Can Payers and Providers Collaborate to Achieve the Quadruple Aim?

  • December 15, 2016
  • 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET

As if there hasn’t been enough change in health care over the past eight years, now there’s a new administration with a whole new set of goals and ideas. No matter what, achieving the Quadruple Aim (can they define what Quad Aim is?) will remain as a driving objective throughout the industry. It’s simply the right thing to do. This thought-provoking webinar will explore how payers and providers will need to collaborate now, and in the future, even more than before to achieve the Quadruple Aim.

What will attendees learn:

  • How fostering collaboration will help them achieve the Quadruple Aim

Who should attend this webinar:  Payers, Providers and Hospital/Provider Executives 


jon-zimmerman-photoJon Zimmerman, Vice President and General Manager
GE Healthcare Digital – Value-Based Care Solutions
Seattle, WA

Jon was previously at Availity, where he served as the General Manager of Clinical Solutions, leading the strategic development, planning and delivery of clinical information exchange via the Availity® Health Information Network.

Jon began his career with IBM, earning numerous awards for innovation and engineering, and qualifying for the top sales honors at the company. Later, at Siemens SMS, he was instrumental in developing and operating HDX, an early leader in health care electronic data interchange and in partnership with colleagues there, holds a patent in Revenue Cycle Management. Jon has also held executive management and product development roles at CareFusion, (a medical device spin-off of Cardinal Health) and served as Senior Vice President of Solutions Management at Allscripts.

Jon served as the National Co-Chair of the Data Harmonization and Interchange of the WEDI Report 2013. He has participated on many boards of directors in the health information network industry, including the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI), eHealth Initiative; and the National Alliance for Health Information Technology (NAHIT).

Jon earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.