On April 11, we’re bringing together a select group of decision makers to discuss how higher education is navigating a treacherous healthcare landscape.
Limited to 25 leaders, so secure your spot early!
Mary George Opperman
CHRO, Cornell University
What are the human capital challenges in higher education? Between attracting top talent, collective bargaining, and wellness in a workforce that never quits, healthcare is an investment in the workforce.
Under Mary’s leadership, Cornell has received numerous workplace awards as a result of Cornell’s Human Resource programs. In 2015 she was named one of the top 15 most influential women in human resources by Human Resource Executive.
President & CEO, Northeast Business Group on Health
Employers are beginning to look at direct relationships with healthcare service providers to achieve better cost and quality outcomes. High performing networks, accountable care relationships, centers of excellence, and reference based pricing are among the new tools impacting cost and quality.
Laurel Pickering is President and CEO of Northeast Business Group on Health (NEBGH), a 170-member business coalition with the mission of empowering members to drive excellence and value in healthcare and the patient experience.
Daniel Lyons, MD
ACO Medical Director, AtlantiCare Health Solutions
Senior Vice President of Strategy and Innovation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Marta Brito Perez
Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Vice President, Adventist HealthCare
Ebben Smith, MD
Vice President, Provider Solutions, Conifer Value-Based Care
Hear from a panel of experts in the healthcare industry on creating valued relationships with healthcare purchasers, including employers and labor unions. Healthcare providers are transforming care delivery, customer experience, and how they are paid. Find out why your organization is one of the best populations for these new models.
Cammack Retirement Group
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