Much like the addition of standards and automation to skilled craftsmen in the last century, healthcare is moving through its own “industrial revolution.” Payers and providers are building on a model that relies exclusively on intelligent practitioners to create a more intelligent system.
In this session, we’ll discuss implications of broad population-health visibility, beyond traditional provider walls and payer membership. Learn how others, both in the U.S. and globally, are combining the power of data, analytics and technology for longitudinal, patient-centered insights that improve quality and cost outcomes across healthcare settings.
We will give real examples in four areas where industrialization will have the greatest impact: reducing wasteful variations in care; engaging the right physicians and patients with targeted messages and interventions; supporting pay-for-performance and risk-sharing models; and coordinating patient care across sites and channels.
This session is sponsored by IMS Health
With many years of experience in Healthcare, including practicing medicine, Brad Ryan has a unique perspective on the future of healthcare. Currently, he is responsible for IMS solutions offered to healthcare payers and providers worldwide.
Brad joined IMS in February 2012. Prior to that, he worked at McKinsey & Company, where he served as a leader in the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products Practice since 2005, driving strategy and growth engagements for clients across the healthcare value chain.
Brad has a notably broad view of industry issues from multiple angles, having worked with major provider, pharma, retail pharmacy, medical products, and health technology organizations on a variety of commercial, development, and productivity initiatives. He is an industry thought leader on a diverse range of healthcare topics, and applies that knowledge to create innovative analytics and knowledge-based technology solutions at IMS.
Brad started his career as a physician with the Department of General Surgery, University of Alabama – Birmingham.
Brad holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Alabama, and an M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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