Thursday, October 11, 2018
7:30 - 8:25 AM
Registration & Networking Breakfast
8:30 - 8:45 AM
State of the Healthcare Industry
Reforms to the healthcare industry have been in the crosshairs of the White House and Congress for the past two years. Next month’s mid-term elections will determine whether the battle will resume over the next year. Few people follow the trials and tribulations closer than Sam Baker, health care editor of the news site, Axios.
Sam Baker, Health Care Editor - Axios
8:45 - 9:15 AM
Andy Slavitt, founder and general partner at Town Hall Ventures, will deliver a keynote presentation at the Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit where he will share his vision of how Town Hall and other Investors, Innovators, Payors, and Providers can reshape how healthcare is delivered.
Andy Slavitt, Founder & General Partner - Town Hall Ventures
Former Administrator - Center for Medicaid and Medicare Service
Kevin Longo, Managing Director - Silicon Valley Bank
9:15 - 9:25 AM
2018 Digital Health Funding and Valuation Update
Katya Hancock, a partner at StartUp Health, will drop some serious knowledge onto the stage with this year’s report on the dollars going into Digital Health deals. She’ll also examine an exciting, new phenomena – the exit!
Katya Hancock, Partner - StartUp Health
9:25 - 9:55 AM
Over the past 12 months, digital therapeutics companies have scored massive rounds from venture capitalists, partnerships with industry, and a long-coveted approval from the FDA. This panel of start-up CEOs and senior executives representing Pharma companies and Payors will examine the next critical steps for this burgeoning treatment modality.
Seth Feuerstein, MD, JD, Chief Medical Officer, Medical & Digital - Magellan Healthcare
Luba Greenwood, JD, Strategic Business Development & Corporate Ventures - Verily
Eddie Martucci, PhD, CEO - Akili Interactive Labs
Corey McCann, MD, PhD, President & CEO - Pear Therapeutics
Ruchita Sinha, Senior Director, Investments - Sanofi Ventures
9:55 - 10:25 AM
How HealthTech Is Helping Families
CEOs of four of the fastest rising start-ups in healthcare will share how their companies are bringing digital technology and services into the home, helping people to grow and care for their families. Also, they’ll discuss what approaches work best with fundraising (and what it is like to be on Shark Tank)
Heidi Leeds, Consultant - Korn Ferry
10:25 - 10:50 AM
Morning Networking Break
10:50 - 11:15 AM
Why Intermountain Isn't Waiting to Make Innovation an Imperative
Like most forward-thinking healthcare systems, Intermountain adopts new ideas and technology quickly to find better ways of delivering care. But the Salt Lake City-based healthcare system takes an even more active role by creating and co-founding new ventures and technology that could achieve its mission.
Bert Zimmerli, EVP & CFO - Intermountain Healthcare
Keith Figlioli, Partner - LRVHealth
11:15 - 11:45 AM
So, You're Thinking of Taking Risk? A Deep Dive into New Risk-Bearing Care Models
Healthcare delivery organizations – and their vendors – are embracing financial risk-bearing care models as a response to the shift to value-based care. This panel will discuss how these innovative early-stage companies are answering the call to manage the total cost of care of their patient populations. You’ll learn what levers these emerging organizations are pulling to improve clinical and financial outcomes and succeed in a value-based world.
Toyin Ajayi, MD, Chief Health Officer - Cityblock Health
Veeral Desai, President, Enterprise Operations - agilon health
John J. Donahue, CEO - axialHealthcare
Julian Harris, MD, President, CareAllies - Cigna
Mona Siddiqui, MD, Chief Data Officer - HHS
Dan Gebremedhin, MD, MBA, Principal - Flare Capital Partners
11:45 - 12:10 PM
What Can History Teach Us About the Future of Alternative Care Models?
Veteran industry executive, Chet Burrell, former president and CEO of CareFirst, reflects on his decades of experience with Payers and Providers: what works, what hasn't, and why. He will discuss what lessons apply to today's landscape in the uneasy relationship between Payers, Physicians, and Hospitals.
Chet Burrell, Former CEO - CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
Brandon Hull, Industry Advisor - New Mountain Capital
12:25 - 1:15 PM
1:40 - 2:10 PM
East vs. West Coast VCs Strive for Supremacy (Part II)
We had so much fun last year that we had to do it again.
- Which Coast Boasts the Biggest Fear of FOMO?
- Why Do Unicorns Thrive in More Temperate Climates? (Related: Why Do West Coast VCs Even Need to Wear Fleece Vests?)
- Is FAANG's Gravity Well Drawing Even More Healthcare Deals to the West Coast?
- Flatiron, PillPack. Really? Do East Coast VCs Even Need to Travel?
- When Are Start-Up Executives Better Served: Working East to West? Or West to East?
- Which Investors Work Fastest? Give the Best Terms?
Mike O'Hara, Partner Life Sciences and Healthcare Practice - Deloitte
2:10 - 2:40 PM
The Consumer as Payor: Patient Financial Health
As patients are asked to bear more of the financial responsibilities, start-ups are emerging to help them manage the burden and to minimize the revenue risk for providers and physicians. In this panel, DHIS co-chair Robert Mittendorff, MD, will lead a discussion between CEOS of two of the leading companies in this emerging space.
Robert Mittendorff, MD, MBA, Partner - Norwest Venture Partners
3:05 - 3:35 PM
Afternoon Networking Break
4:15 - 4:45 PM
New Care Models for Seniors
Our healthcare system still relies too heavily on hospitals – the costliest setting in healthcare – to care for our senior citizens.
Although traditional alternate-site business models have reduced costs and improved outcomes, the healthcare industry must find more innovative approaches to improving care for this growing demographic while controlling costs. This panel of CEOs – representing very promising yet distinct approaches to providing eldercare – will explain how they’re re-imagining business models and exploring essential changes.
Matt Holt, Managing Director - New Mountain Capital
4:45 - 5:10 PM
What Is Microsoft's Prescription for Better Healthcare?
Simon Kos, MD, chief medical officer of Microsoft, lays out the technology giant’s ambitious strategy for integrating digital technology into healthcare delivery. His talk will cover patient engagement, care team empowerment, empowering AI investigators, and delivering democracy in diagnostics.
Simon Kos, MD, Chief Medical Officer - Microsoft
5:15 - 6:30 PM
Interested in taking a leadership or active role? There are several ways to get involved.