Healthcare Drivers for 2016: Why Data is a Health Plan’s Strongest Asset

Paul KeckleyThe future for health plans is not so much in plan design or call centers but in how they leverage their storehouses of healthcare data, advises Paul Keckley, managing director of Navigant. In this audio interview, Keckley talks about infomediation—the mining of membership data to determine factors influencing population health—and its influence on payor valuation, its role in shared risk arrangements, and why health plans’ ’embedded Intel’ uniquely positions them for success.

During a November 2015 webinar, Trends Shaping the Healthcare Industry in 2016: A Strategic Planning Session, now available for replay, Keckley and Laura Jacobs, executive vice president of GE Healthcare Camden Group, provided a roadmap to the key issues, challenges and opportunities for healthcare providers and payors in 2016.


Length: 2:40 minutes

Trends Shaping Healthcare for 2016: Rethink the Patient Experience in Response to Consumerism

Laura JacobsThe patient experience begins before an individual even thinks about going to the doctor or hospital, notes Laura Jacobs, executive vice president for GE Healthcare Camden Group, and patient satisfaction has moved beyond what is measured on surveys. As such, healthcare organizations should thoughtfully craft communications and care delivery strategies to meet rising consumer expectations and boost quality metrics. In this audio interview, Ms. Jacobs suggests how to better manage the consumer experience across the care spectrum and respond to the proliferation of consumer-generated healthcare data via apps and social media.

During a November 2015 webinar, Trends Shaping the Healthcare Industry in 2016: A Strategic Planning Session, now available for replay, Ms. Jacobs and Paul Keckley, managing director of Navigant, provided a roadmap to the key issues, challenges and opportunities for healthcare providers and payors in 2016.


Length: 3:35 minutes

Is Technology the Answer to Patient Engagement? The Intermountain Healthcare Experience

Tammy RichardsTools such as smartphone apps and automated reminders are increasingly employed to engage patients in self-care. But if healthcare organizations aren’t careful to create a seamless care experience, technology could actually disengage patients, even the youngest ones, according to Tammy Richards, corporate director of patient and clinical engagement at Intermountain Healthcare. In this audio interview, Ms. Richards suggests some ways to incorporate meaningful technology while creating a connected health strategy to engage patients.

During an October 2015 webinar, A Patient Engagement Framework: Intermountain Healthcare’s Approach for a Value-Based System, now available for replay, Ms. Richards shares the six key tenets of Intermountain’s patient engagement strategy.


Length: 3:02 minutes