Podcast: MultiCare and Premera Blue Cross executives discuss new alliance
Kylie Walsh | Jun 12, 2018 | Washington
Both in Hawaii and across the country, the problem and challenge of housing insecurity continues to grow, continues to challenge our sense of community, and continues to fall short of the needs of individuals in distress. This podcasts offers some new ideas and talks through legislative approaches to bridge the
Accountable Communities of Health were first adopted in statute in 2014. Four years later, their promise and progress has had mixed results. This session fosters an honest conversation about the future of these new organizations, and the role they may be expected to play moving forward. Amina Suchoski: Executive Director
This time of transition challenges leaders to become more creative, more agile, and perhaps more collaborative. This session of executive leaders from Hawaii’s health care sector highlights the principles, strategies, and thinking that underpins the organizational leadership in Hawaii’s health care sector today. Ray Vara: President & Chief Executive Officer,
As governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley led one of the most innovative reform efforts to have been implemented in any state. By moving hospitals to a fixed and predictable payment model, incentives for the organizations were redirected from quantity to a new focus on quality. O’Malley was a candidate for
John Kitzhaber continues to be one of America’s most important thought leaders on the topic of health reform and health policy. The CCO model Oregon adopted under his governorship remains one of the most ambitious re-designs of the health system in any state. This intimate conversation, moderated by DJ Wilson,
The 2018 legislative session is just around the corner. And with a big election year in California, health care politics are becoming even more important. This session will bring you up to speed on what’s happening in Sacramento policy discussions, and point the way towards what to expect in 2018.