The 5th annual Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit – Industry Interrupted: Delivering on the Promise of Change – is underway this week in Dallas, where over 350 healthcare leaders from 33 states, 12 industry sectors, and 6 countries have come together to debate and deliberate upon the theme of disruption in healthcare. (The next Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Summit will be November 5-7, 2018 in Dallas, Texas.)
Here are a few highlights from the evening’s Keynote Address – What’s Next for Health Plans? – featuring Marilyn Tavenner, President and CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), and David L. Holmberg, President and CEO of Highmark Health and Chairman of the Board at Highmark Inc.
In a conversation led by former NPR reporter, Lauren Silverman, a Health, Science, and Tech Reporter at KERA News, Marilyn and David discussed five key topics: market consolidation’s future, the importance of consumer centricity, the evolving role of technological innovation, predictions on new health plan business models, and the healthcare regulatory environment. Here’s more on what they had to say.