Rethinking Post-Acute Care to Drive Value

  • October 30, 2018
  • 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET
  • Online

It’s time to rethink post-acute care strategies in order to drive value. Innovation is born from identifying and understanding what’s not working.  A great example is post-acute care (PAC); spending has more than doubled in the last decade alone [1] with no end in sight; and Medicare PAC expenditure is nearly $60 billion per year [2]. This is a significant area of untapped cost savings opportunity for health insurance providers; and now is the time to innovate. Webinar attendees can expect an interactive experience with live-polling and real-time results discussed throughout the event.

Healthcare insurance providers will discover how to revolutionize their post-acute care services with topics including:

  • Areas of greatest opportunity for the future of healthcare delivery
  • How technology can enable better healthcare
  • Using data to manage out of control costs and waste


Steve Wogen
Chief Growth Officer
CareCentrix, Inc.

Steve Wogen brings more than 25 years of experience in healthcare leadership to CareCentrix. As Chief Growth Officer, he is responsible for growth strategy, medical economics, Sales, and Marketing.

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.

Dr. Michael Cantor,
Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Cantor is a geriatrician and attorney with almost 20 years’ experience in designing and implementing population health and quality improvement programs for health plans and healthcare providers. He is currently Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for CareCentrix, a post-acute benefits management company, and prior to that served as CMO for the New England Quality Care Alliance (NEQCA), the 1,800-physician network for Tufts Medical Center in Boston, where he managed network-wide population health and quality improvement programs. He also served as founding Medical Director for the NEQCA Medicare Shared Savings Accountable Care Organization (ACO), and was the first CMO for Minuteman Health, a CO-OP insurance plan, where he developed and implemented medical management programs. Prior to that he served as a medical director for Evercare of New England, a division of United Health Group, where he managed care managers and nurse practitioners, and led quality efforts for the Senior Care Options (SCO) program for people over 65 with Medicare and Medicaid coverage. He also held positions at the VA Boston Healthcare System, Brigham and Womens Hospital, and the Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for Aged, where he was responsible for developing new clinical programs for older people, and provided geriatrics assessments, primary care, long term care, palliative care, and made house calls. He trained in internal medicine at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, and did his geriatrics fellowship at Harvard Medical School. His degrees in law and medicine are from the University of Illinois.




[1] Medicare Payment Advisory Commission. A data book: healthcare spending and the Medicare program. Washington (DC): MedPAC; 2011. Jun.

[2] “Report to the Congress: Medicare Payment Policy: Medicare’s Post-Acute Care: Trends and Ways to Rationalize Payments.” , MedPAC, Mar. 2015,