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A vision for patient engagement solutions: The speakers at MedCity ENGAGE

These are speakers who are both established and up-and-coming leaders, and include those in the trenches of healthcare.

This post is sponsored by MedCity ENGAGE.

MedCity ENGAGE has quickly become a destination for fresh thinking and the latest solutions for patient engagement and healthcare delivery. That’s due in large part to speakers who are both established and up-and-coming leaders, and includes those in the trenches of healthcare.

Here are just some of the ENGAGE speakers, who will cover an array of topics that will make you better able to implement your own patient engagement solutions.

See all of our speakers and the agenda, and then join us at MedCity ENGAGE July 14-15 in Bethesda.

Susannah Fox, chief technology officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Fox is responsible for helping HHS leadership harness the power of data, technology, and innovation to improve the health and welfare of the nation. Together with the IDEA Lab team, she creates opportunities for entrepreneurship across the HHS workforce.

Melissa Hutchison, managing scientist for the division of Applied Research at Allina Health

Hutchison leads the Care Copilot Institute and co-leads the Health Economics and Program Evaluation work for the Allina Health system, focusing on how care guides can improve the healthcare system.

Ravi Chawla, vice president of Advanced Analytics and Client Solutions at Independence Blue Cross

Chawla leads Independence’s cutting-edge initiatives, advanced and predictive analytics, and partnerships to improve the quality of patient care and lower costs. His focus is on medical cost, big data, predictive models, risk stratification, and program evaluations.

Carly Medosch, chronic illness advocate

Medosch’s strongest professional credential is her 21 years’ experience as a chronic illness patient. She serves as a patient adviser to two PCORI-funded projects and is particularly interested in health technology. Medosch believes in the importance of patient inclusion in all aspects of healthcare.

Oregon State Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward

Steiner Hayward is an Oregon legislator and also a family physician at Oregon Health & Science University providing primary care to children and adults. She has a strong interest in payment reform and patient engagement in all aspects of healthcare transformation.

Dr. Michael O. Willis, vice president and business information officer at Kaiser Permanente

Willis is an internationally recognized business executive and management consultant with over 30 years of experience helping organizations plan and achieve their strategic objectives. Over these three decades he has developed a reputation as a results-oriented leader and a strategic thinker with a primary focus on the healthcare industry.

Dr. Roy Beveridge, senior vice president and chief medical officer, Humana

Beveridge is responsible for developing and implementing Humana’s clinical strategy, with an emphasis on advancing the company’s integrated care delivery model. He is known for creating collaborative environments among physician communities and providing thought leadership around population health.

Larry Brooks, director of Business Innovation: Digital Health at Boehringer Ingelheim

Brooks is responsible for redefining Boehringer Ingelheim’s product and value offering through digital health. He identifies and tests novel healthcare solutions and develops the associated business model.

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, director of the George Washington University Cancer Institute

Pratt-Chapman is responsible for strategically planning and implementing health promotion programs across the cancer continuum. Her team helps accelerate dissemination and implementation of patient-centered care practices through the Center for the Advancement of Cancer Survivorship, Navigation and Policy (caSNP).

Craig Hankins, vice president of consumer engagement products at UnitedHealthcare

Hankins oversees the strategy and delivery of mobile solutions that help consumers more easily navigate the health system and improve their well-being. His responsibilities include developing innovative mobile technologies that serve an array of healthcare stakeholders, including consumers, healthcare providers, and employers.

Ash Damle, CEO of Lumiata

Damle drives the company’s mission to transform and advance the world’s medical knowledge into practical insights. Lumiata has developed a first-of-its-kind medical graph based on the most current scientific research and clinical practice.

Ryan Squire, senior director of social media for Kindred Healthcare

Squire coordinates all social activity for Kindred’s 2,000+ locations across the United States. He oversees a team that is responsible for strategy, governance, education, content, measurement, and reputation management.

Join these speakers and many others to learn how to continue to improve patient engagement and healthcare delivery at MedCity ENGAGE.

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