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Part 2 of the Paying for Health Series will examine how payment and incentive structures impact health outcomes domestically.
Series to Summit: Paying for Health
The misalignment of payment and incentives is a tremendous barrier to innovating in health care. This has become more apparent as we consider the health needs of today and how we rebuild a health care system to be one that is more resilient. In order to unpack the depths of this topic, Cambia Grove is honored to present a three-part series of conversations leading up to the 5 Points of Health Care Summit: Paying for Health. Learn more about the Series and Summit.
Part II A Domestic Perspective
Part two of this three-part series brings together provider and payer perspectives to examine the different ways our health care system works to improve the health of individuals and the population at large. Specifically, we will examine how payment and incentive structures impact health outcomes domestically. Questions will include: Where are the bright spots for good health outcomes and how is it financed? What are the biggest challenges? How was the U.S. designed to respond to health crisis and how has it actually worked? What are key takeaways from past and current experiences that we can use to rebuild the health care system?
Moderator: Hayley Hovious – President, Nashville Healthcare Council
- Dr. Vin Gupta – University of Washington
- Peter Long - Senior Vice President of Healthcare and Community Health Transformation, Blue Shield of California
Cambia Grove Members will join the panelists for a 30 minute Slack chat following the event. Not a member yet? Learn more/apply.
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Hayley Hovious is the president of the Nashville Health Care Council. Prior to her appointment as president, Hovious served as the executive director of the Council Fellows, an initiative which seeks to engage, educate and inspire senior executives in health care. Prior to joining the Council staff, Hovious served as trade director at the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development where she developed and managed the states export program. She worked as a marketing manager for software startup, Consensus Point and before that as a brand manager at E.J.Gallo Winery in Modesto, Calif. A Nashville native, Hovious is a cum laude graduate of Smith College and has an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management. She was appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to serve on the Tennessee District Export Council, is a member of the Downtown Nashville Rotary and is on the board of Sister Cities of Nashville.
Dr. Vin Gupta, has 15 years of experience in strengthening health systems as a physician-scientist, policy advisor, military officer and program manager, he brings unique, cross-sectoral leadership on how to improve population-level health. Prior roles have included leadership in clinical strategy and health policy for Harvard University, Apple, Inc., the World Bank, and multiple non-profit organizations across the United States. He’s also led epidemiology-focused research initiatives for the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, the US Centers for Disease Control and the China Centers for Disease Control. In his current role now for Amazon Care, he is leading clinical strategy and quality measurement efforts for the organization.