posted on May 2, 2017
Casenet®, LLC, a leading provider of population health and care management solutions, announced today that Robert Barker, Application Development Director at Cigna; Steven Prewitt, VP of Analytics at Healthfirst, and Lisa Jenkins Brooks, RN, Director of Business Transformation at Healthfirst; and Derek Gaasch, Health Industries Advisory Director at PwC, will be the Casenet Connect 2017 keynote speakers. Mr. Barker will share his thoughts on “How Healthcare Agility Redefines Collaboration.” Mr. Prewitt and Ms. Jenkins Brooks will speak on “Care Management Partnerships in an Integrated Delivery Network.” Mr. Gaasch will provide insight on “The Role of New Entrants and Innovative Partnerships in the New Health Economy.”
"As the healthcare environment continues to evolve, we find our clients expanding their collaboration efforts more broadly with partners and provider organizations in order to deliver the best care possible to their members," said Peter Masanotti, CEO of Casenet. “Today, we can define the pathway to a future where everyone is working together to provide quality healthcare.”
Casenet Connect 2017 will be held May 8-10, at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge, Mass. With a theme of “Better Together,” Connect 2017 will focus on people, systems and data working in harmony to make a positive impact on the health of individuals and populations. Casenet’s commercial, government and other clients will explore population health strategies and learnings through a series of panel discussions, customer presentations and knowledge sharing.
Other speakers for Connect 2017 include senior executives from iCare, Fallon Health, Magellan Health, Paramount, QualCare, South Country Health Alliance and WellMed.
For more information about Casenet Connect 2017, contact us at 888.701.0886 or email@example.com.
Casenet provides a comprehensive suite of extensible, enterprise population health and care management solutions for commercial, Medicaid, Medicare, TPA, provider/ACO and specialty provider organizations. These solutions improve care coordination and the quality and delivery of care through enhanced case, disease, utilization, home and community-based services management and population management. Casenet supports small to very large enterprise customers requiring tremendous scalability for many lines of business and comprehensive configuration for each targeted member population. Casenet solutions help organizations meet unique business requirements, adapt quickly to changing market and regulatory dynamics, identify and target populations with unique risk characteristics and deploy specific care management programs for those members — taking the first step toward better individual health and total population health management. For more information, visit http://www.casenetllc.com.