Five trends to shape the future of dental payer/provider relationships
Tuesday, September 204:15 PM - 5:00 PM CT
Leveraging HealthScape’s previous experiences, Covid implications, and the coming months of 2022, HealthScape will walk through what it believes to be the five major trends that will shape the future of the dental payer/provider relationships. Topics for discussion could include but are not limited to:
- the rise of virtual health and other disruptive technology impacting payors and providers
- vertical integration,
- innovative payer/provider arrangements and more
HealthScape will walk the group through each of the trends, highlighting what this means for the future of the dental landscape.
Brian advises health plans, specialty health organizations, and private equity investors on various strategic and operational topics. Brian has led successful healthcare engagements across multiple topics, including market entry and expansion, product development and launch; transaction advisory services; and performance improvement. Before joining HealthScape, Brian served as a senior executive at EyeMed Vision Care, leading the development and execution of its partner channel “One-Stop-Shop” strategy. During his tenure, he successfully led multiple cross-functional initiatives, including EyeMed’s expansion into Medicaid, investment in its Medicare Advantage solution, and the launch of its medical-surgical vision solution. He also supported efforts to develop, implement and contract more than ten successful partner deals covering over 2 million members. Previously, Brian was a director at HealthScape Advisors and started his career with Huron Consulting Group. Brian earned his Masters and Bachelors in Accountancy from the University of Illinois and was a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) and Certified Fraud Examiner (inactive).
Luke has extensive experience supporting clients with strategy creation & tactical execution, organizational design, and new product development. Throughout his career, Luke has advised his clients on a variety of industry topics, including, but not limited to Value-Based Care Program Design, Ancillary / Specialty Health, Behavioral Health, and Organizational Redesign. Of note, Luke recently worked with a private equity-owned ancillary carrier to implement a multi-year value creation plan expected to generate a yearly, eight-figure EBITDA expansion. This project required coordination across the entire enterprise and multiple vendors to implement. Luke and his team focused on financial modeling, program management, business requirement design, and strategic execution support. Luke has also led multiple internal and external ancillary transaction advisory teams performing data room analysis, financial and discounted cash flow modeling, provider network analytics, investment thesis development, market/competitive research, operational assessments, and functional diligence process management. Luke began his career working in various finance roles at United Technologies before joining HealthScape in 2011 as a consultant. Luke earned his bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Illinois.
Caitlin has extensive experience advising clients on a broad spectrum of strategic and operational engagements across the healthcare landscape. Her consulting experience includes new business capture for federal and state government programs, operational construct design and market entry support, specialty services procurement, payer-provider collaboration, strategic growth plans, and operational process improvement. Before joining HealthScape, Caitlin led Medicaid and Medicare business development at EyeMed Vision Care.
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