Now, more than ever, transitioning care home is mission-critical as COVID-19 further spotlights the instability of institution-based care. Reimagining the home as a destination of care across the entire continuum requires the adoption of 3 pillars of care management. This includes embracing technology, evaluating and addressing non-clinical needs, and finding ways to provide critical support that has been stripped away as an unintended result of an overburdened system, social distancing and self-isolation.
It’s through a holistic approach that health insurance providers can pave better care pathways home, ensuring that our most vulnerable populations are shielded from the disparities and realities of a system shuttering under the impact of an already compromised approach to acute care.
Join our expert panel as they discuss insights and best practices of unlocking the value of health-at-home.
Chief Growth Officer
Steve Wogen brings more than 25 years of experience in healthcare leadership to CareCentrix. As Chief Growth Officer, he is responsible for growth strategy and medical economics. Steve comes to CareCentrix from Express Scripts, formerly Medco Health Solutions, where he was the SVP/GM for Prescription Drug Plan and Retiree Solutions, and led the integration of the companies’ retiree business lines. He led the launch of Medco’s Prescription Drug Plan and employer sponsored retiree products, which he grew to a $4 billion business; became CFO of the Retiree Division and directed the cross-functional team responsible for launch of Medco’s Medicaid strategy and operational model. Previously, Steve was Regional Director of Medical Economics at Cigna.
Steve holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and medical ethics from Davidson College in Davidson, NC, and a master’s in health administration from the Medical College of Virginia, in Richmond, VA. He has published and presented his work on electronic prescribing, the value of pharmaceuticals in care management, Medicare Part D and efficiency in healthcare delivery.
Mary Naylor, PhD, RN, FAAN
Marian S. Ware Professor in Gerontology
Director of the NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health
Dr. Mary Naylor is a pioneer in the design, evaluation, and spread of health care innovations that have significantly improved the outcomes of chronically ill older adults and their family caregivers, while reducing health care costs. Since 1990, she has led a multidisciplinary team of clinical scholars and health services researchers, resulting in the Transitional Care Model, a cost-effective advanced practice nurse-led model to improve the transitions of older adults who are navigating complex and often fragmented systems of care.
Dr. Naylor is a member of the National Academy of Medicine’s Leadership Consortium on Value & Science-Driven Health Care and co-chairs the Care Culture and Decision-Making Innovation Collaborative. She is also a member of the RAND Health Board of Advisors, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s National Advisory Council and the Board of the Dorothy Rider Pool Health Care Trust. Additionally, she serves as a member of Villanova University’s Board of Trustees.
Dr. Naylor received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Villanova University, and her Master of Science in Nursing and Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Terri Maxwell PhD, APRN
Chief Clinical Officer
Turn-Key Health, a CareCentrix Company
As Chief Clinical Officer of Turn-Key Health, Dr. Maxwell is responsible for clinical care delivery, competence and quality. In addition, she serves as Vice President of Clinical Education for the nation’s largest hospice pharmacy, Enclara Pharmacia.
A recipient of a Project on Death in America award from the Soros Foundation, Dr. Maxwell previously held a number of executive positions focused on improving care for persons receiving hospice and palliative care, and established the Center for Palliative Care in the Department of Family Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University where she led a system-wide palliative care quality initiative and developed a medical school and residency palliative care curriculum.
A widely published author and frequent presenter at state and national meetings, Dr. Maxwell has served on a number of committees and editorial review boards. Dr. Maxwell earned a master’s in Nursing and a Ph.D. in Nursing Science from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor’s in Nursing from the University of Rhode Island. In 2010, the College of Nursing at the University of Rhode Island made her a dean’s list honoree at its Distinguished Achievement Awards.