Don’t miss HealthEdge’s keynote panel: “Payment Transformation and Business Model Innovation to Reshape U.S. Health Care,” taking place Tuesday, May 2 at 9:05 a.m. HealthEdge CEO Stephen Krupa will moderate the discussion, which will explore:
- The value-based reimbursement movement and its impact on payer-provider-consumer relationships
- MACRA and its potential to catalyze significant industry change for years to come
- Outlook on payment reform and what it means to industry stakeholders
- Andrew Davis, VP & GM, Medicare Segment, Medica
Andrew Davis is the Vice President and General Manager of the Medicare Segment. Medica serves over 175,000 Medicare beneficiaries in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Andrew joined Medica in January of 2013 with more than 20 years of diverse healthcare leadership experience. He most recently was a vice president at Express Scripts, Inc where he was part of the leadership team that oversaw the UnitedHealth Group account. He has also held leadership roles related to corporate business development, health care reform strategy and has led a national Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. Early in his career, he held positions with the Minnesota Departments of Health and Commerce as well as served as a legislative assistant to U.S. Rep. James Oberstar. Andrew received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from The George Washington University.
- Alefiyah Mesiwala, MD, Medical Officer, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI)
Alefiyah Mesiwala, MD, MPH, most recently served as Senior Policy Advisor on the National Economic Council. In that capacity, she led on the President’s healthcare team, advising on delivery system reform, healthcare innovation, and the Affordable Care Act. Prior to joining the White House, Alefiyah was a medical officer at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) at CMS and led the design and implementation of new payment reform models such as accountable care organizations and also advised on delivery system reform priorities. She is a primary care physician with clinical training in General Medicine and Preventive Medicine and a Master in Public Health from Johns Hopkins. She also received her undergraduate and medical degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Are you a health insurance executive interested in attending the World Health Care Congress for free?
HealthEdge is seeking insights into health insurers’ plans for transformation during this period of transition and anticipated change. If you are struggling with how your organization is planning to successfully take advantage of market opportunities as regulatory and other policy decisions are made, take advantage of an exclusive, executive-level 1:1 meeting. As a guest of HealthEdge, your registration fee (valued at $2,895) will be waived and your admission to the Congress will be complimentary. This benefit is contingent upon you participating in a 45-minute 1:1 in-person meeting with a HealthEdge executive at the event.
Interested? Please fill out the form*:
*Please note, meetings are scheduled first come, first serve. Submission of this form does not guarantee a meeting, nor does it guarantee complimentary admission. The waived registration fee for the World Health Care Congress is contingent upon the completion of a 45-minute 1:1 meeting with HealthEdge, as scheduled. Incomplete meetings, cancellations and no-shows will not receive benefits as outlined above.