On-Demand Webinar: AI and ML's Role in Impacting Affordability

A Faster Horse or a Car: AI-ML's Role in Impacting Affordability

 

Now is a more important time than ever for healthcare experts to get together to discuss how to use advanced analytics to reduce costs, improve member outcomes and manage crises.

Tune in to this exclusive webinar panel discussion to hear from senior executives at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Cambia, HealthNow, and Kaiser Permanente on how they are utilizing analytics to impact their member population, manage COVID-19, and improve member outcomes.

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Upcoming Panel Webinar: AI/ML's Role in Impacting Affordability 

 

Webinar Panel: AI/ML's Role in Impacting Affordability

Now is a more important time than ever for healthcare experts to get together (digitally, of course) and discuss how to impact affordability and improve care.

 

Join us for an exclusive webinar panel discussion to hear from senior executives at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Cambia, HealthNow and Kaiser Permanente on how they are utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning to impact affordability, improve member outcomes, and manage COVID-19.

 

Tune in by clicking the button below and registering for the webinar.

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John Loomis

John Loomis

John joined NextHealth from Privia Health as a Senior Director of Engineering responsible for management and oversight of multiple engineering teams that handled the software development across multiple technology stacks.
 John has built clinical decision support tools and co-authored several research papers in clinical decision support, data integration, shared decision making, and patient-centered care.

Biography:
Loves the mountains as much as the sea and spends his free time mountaineering, skiing, sailing and scuba diving.

Education:
John has his BS in Computer Science from the University of Maryland University College and has done post-baccalaureate work in clinical informatics from John’s Hopkins School of Medicine.


Rasesh Joshi

Rasesh Joshi

Rasesh has over 20 years of leadership experience in healthcare technology working for companies ranged from startup to mature organizations. He enjoys the challenge of building innovative product and enabling high performing engineering teams utilizing leading edge technologies to solve business needs. He is extremely familiar with the technology landscape and the emerging needs of the payer market.

Prior to NextHealth, Rasesh served in Director of Engineering and Architecture roles at Trizetto (now Cognizant) and Invidasys where he was instrumental in the architecture of a Software as a Service, cloud-based next gen solution with a standards based approach to data integration. In his tenure at Trizetto and QCSI, he led several key initiatives around engineering deliverables for the QNXT product both as an engineering leader and an individual contributor with a focus on key integration projects with third party products.

Biography:
Rasesh has a global background with time spent in Tanzania, India and extensive travel at a young age across the globe prior to settling down in the Western United States. His passions include international travel and learning life lessons from his wonderful wife and kids.

Education:
Rasesh pursued a B.S. in Computer Science at Arizona State University.


Megan Gettle

Megan Gettle

Megan is a passionate and highly experienced human resources professional with
demonstrated history working for rapidly growing companies. As Director of Human Resources, Megan is responsible for HR operations, facilities and administration—as well as benefits, talent management, recruiting and employee engagement. She takes pride in her ability to support people and constantly strives to foster an environment of continuous improvement.

Biography:
In her spare time Megan enjoys performing magic tricks for friends and family. She also has a passion for flamenco dancing and polka music.

Education:
University of Iowa – BA, Communication Studies Minor, Human Relations & Spanish. SPHR Certified.


Dan Ensign

Dan Ensign

With 15 years of big data experience in fields ranging from biophysics to finance to education publishing, Dan brings a fresh view to healthcare analytics and to the Analytics team at NextHealth. He is motivated to find hidden efficiencies in claims data using cutting-edge machine learning techniques, and to enable the Analytics team to do the same.

Biography:
Weekends, Dan can be found gardening, playing chess or working on projects with his 3 kids, and fixing his 1976 GL1000.

Education:
Dan holds a Ph. D. in computational chemistry from Stanford University (2010), where he worked on the big data project, [email protected]


On-Demand Webinar: Measure Everything! Establishing a Baseline to Tackle Affordability

Learn how BlueCross of Idaho significantly improved affordability using an analytics platform – presented by Drew Hobby, SVP of Healthcare Economics.

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Webinar: Measure Everything! Establishing a Baseline to Tackle Affordability

Learn how BlueCross of Idaho significantly improved affordability using an analytics platform – presented by Drew Hobby, SVP of Healthcare Economics.