For consumers, the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care has pushed them to shoulder more of the financial burden. In this new paradigm, consumers have become more discerning about the types of services to obtain, the providers they seek out, how personalized their interactions can become, where and how they access care and the details of their financial arrangements.
Through product diversification health plans are evolving well beyond their legacy roles to become true value-added partners. Virtual care delivery brings an entirely new way for health plans to “make good” on the promise of value by improving outcomes while containing costs. Today, comprehensive virtual care delivery, powered by data and analytics, addresses the full-spectrum of health care concerns, from everyday ailments to the most complex and costly conditions, all while enabling an engaging, patient-centric, simplified consumer experience.
Virtual care delivery helps health plans keep their promise to become true value-added partners within the health care delivery ecosystem.
Attendees Will Learn:
David Harrison, MD, Senior Medical Director, Best Doctors
David Harrison, MD, is the U.S. Medical Director for Best Doctors. As the leader of the many physicians at Best Doctors, he ensures the highest quality clinical services, organizational infrastructure and service line processes. In addition to his work with Best Doctors, David is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. He is currently an attending physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and practices primary care at MGH’s satellite location in Everett. David received his bachelor’s degree from Harvard College, Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa, and then earned his medical degree at Harvard Medical School. He trained in the Harvard Combined Medicine/Pediatrics Residency.
Dan Trencher, Senior Vice President of Product & Corporate Strategy, Teladoc
Dan Trencher has served as senior vice president of product and strategy since 2014. He oversees the development and execution of new growth opportunities and initiatives for Teladoc, and he ensures the company delivers innovation throughout the product lifecycle, from long-term product roadmapping to project execution. Mr. Trencher brings an unusual depth and breadth of experience in the healthcare industry, including hands-on product and operational expertise, development of analytically driven strategies, and the management and execution of growth initiatives across different healthcare customer segments. He also has developed and managed new growth initiatives involving varied components of the healthcare value chain, ranging from providers to disease management/wellness programs to health information technology. Mr. Trencher holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago.