Humana is hosting two live panel discussions with dynamic industry leaders from across the country drawing on nearly a decade of critical insights and data, and sharing how these learnings will shape the future of healthcare. Was one silver lining of 2020 the main-stream visibility of health-related social needs that will ultimately propel us into a health system that is more equitable and effective?
Coinciding with the release of our 2021 Bold Goal Progress Report, Humana will broadcast these two sessions via our Humana LinkedIn channel on May 18 and May 19. We hope you can join us.
Some of the leading minds in the industry will share insights and results driven by research, pilots and partnerships over the last decade, with a particular focus on the acceleration of social determinants in 2020. Panelists will discuss their continued commitment to addressing health at a community level, and how employing a multi-sectoral approach has helped them overcome challenges faced serving our most vulnerable.
Moderator: William Shrank, MD, MSHS, Chief Medical and Corporate Affairs Officer, Humana
Jennifer Hancock, President and Chief Executive Officer, Volunteers of America, Mid States
Ellie Hollander, President and Chief Executive Officer, Meals on Wheels America
Preston Burnes, VP of Strategic Partnerships Friendship Line, Institute On Aging
Nicole Lowery, Director, Population Health Strategy, Humana
By assimilating the learnings of the last decade, with a particular emphasis on insights from 2020, the health care industry is evolving to deliver care in a more seamless, equitable and integrated manner. This panel of prominent, innovative thinkers will discuss how the future of health care can be shaped through policy, improved with value-based care models, and advanced through sophisticated digital analytics and technology. Taken together, these factors will lead to a more innovative, personalized healthcare experience.
Moderator: Andrew Renda, MD, VP, Bold Goal and Population Health Strategy, Humana
Rivka Friedman, Group Director, State and Population Health Portfolio at Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, CMS/CMMI
Dr. Nwando Olayiwola, Chief Health Equity Officer & Senior Vice President, Humana
Dr. Laura Gottlieb, Professor of Family and Community Medicine University of California, San Francisco & founding director of the Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network, SIREN
Humana will release its 2021 Bold Goal Progress Report in its entirety at PopulationHealth.Humana.com on May 18.
Please join us to hear leaders from across the industry share their insights on where healthcare is headed on Humana’s LinkedIn channel.