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Put A PCP in the Palm of Your Hand

  • June 06, 2019
  • 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Online
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Primary care is a key component to a healthy and productive, long life. While research shows that positive healthcare outcomes and costs in the U.S. are strongly linked to the availability of primary care physicians and a continuum of care, primary care isn’t working for a large and growing portion of the population – nearly 30% of American adults don’t have a PCP. The gap prevents patients from receiving timely and cost-effective quality care.

In this fast-paced session, you’ll learn how a virtual primary care program can improve access and member satisfaction while decreasing costs for both members and health plan partners.

Attendees will learn: 

  • Why traditional primary care models aren’t working for a large and growing portion of the population.
  • The financial impact of inaccessible primary care on your population.
  • How Virtual Primary care complements current care options while improving accessibility, affordability, and quality.

Speakers


Prentiss Taylor, MD
VP of Medical Affairs at Doctor On Demand

Dr. Prentiss Taylor, is a Primary Care Physician and VP of Medical Affairs at Doctor On Demand. He is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and has worked as a medical director for United Healthcare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and with the Advocate Health Care ACO. This overlaps with 20 years experience with employee health which is near and dear to him. He has worked as an employee health physician at AT&T, UPS, and most recently at JPMorgan Chase. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine, and Occupational Medicine. He is based in Metro Chicago.


Kent Griffin
VP of Product at Doctor On Demand

Kent Griffin is the VP of Product at Doctor On Demand for the past 3 years. He been leading teams in mobile products, payments, and retail experiences for over 10 years. Prior to Doctor on Demand, he was Director of Mobile Products at PayPal, where he led the redesign and relaunch of the PayPal mobile app. He received his BS and MS from Stanford University.