About the Virtual Session

Altering existing workflows to ease data accessibility for other healthcare stakeholders across the value chain did not feature high up on the list of priorities for payers until now. However, since the CMS Final Interoperability rule has been issued, it is important to achieve compliance within the designated timelines.

The collateral benefit of implementing the mandate is accomplishing absolute data transparency. Interoperability makes it easy for healthcare payers to identify gaps in care, execute timely interventions, and get new insights for population health management.

Join us for a live virtual session with leading Payer experts to understand how the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule establishes data transparency in the healthcare continuum and subsequently improves overall care delivery and health outcomes.

You will learn

  • CMS mandate requirements and impending timelines
  • How establishing interoperability can improve health outcomes and reduce costs
  • Optimizing utilization processes with analytics
  • Reinventing Gaps Closure at the Point of Care
  • Performance-driven collaboration
  • Connected Consumer Health interoperability solution options
  • Resources available to help payers achieve compliance

Register for the Virtual Session

About the Virtual Session

Altering existing workflows to ease data accessibility for other healthcare stakeholders across the value chain did not feature high up on the list of priorities for payers until now. However, since the CMS Final Interoperability rule has been issued, it is important to achieve compliance within the designated timelines.

The collateral benefit of implementing the mandate is accomplishing absolute data transparency. Interoperability makes it easy for healthcare payers to identify gaps in care, execute timely interventions, and get new insights for population health management.

Join us for a live virtual session with leading Payer experts to understand how the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule establishes data transparency in the healthcare continuum and subsequently improves overall care delivery and health outcomes.

You will learn

  • CMS mandate requirements and impending timelines
  • How establishing interoperability can improve health outcomes and reduce costs
  • Optimizing utilization processes with analytics
  • Reinventing Gaps Closure at the Point of Care
  • Performance-driven collaboration
  • Connected Consumer Health interoperability solution options
  • Resources available to help payers achieve compliance

About the Presenters

Mike Sutten
Mike Sutten
Chief Technology Officer, Innovaccer & Former CTO at Kaiser Permanente

Mike has more than 25 years of CTO and CIO leadership experience with Fortune 500 organizations, including Kaiser Permanente, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Koch Industries, Sybase and General Electric. Most recently, he served as CTO & Senior Vice President at Kaiser Permanente where he led initiatives on analytics, cloud capabilities, data storage, and mobile technologies for the company. He also served as the CTO and deputy CIO within the U.S. government, where he was recognized for exemplary leadership and service. Throughout his career, he has driven technology innovation by architecting modernized, profitable enterprise-wide systems, ensuring compliance for data integration, and reducing IT costs through the standardization and application of tools. Mike holds an MBA in information systems from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from Iowa State University.

Fran Soistman Jr.
Fran Soistman Jr.
Executive Healthcare Advisor, Healthcare Management and Transformation Advisory Services LLC

Fran Soistman is the Founder and President of Healthcare Management and Transformation Advisory Services LLC (HMTAS). Prior to this he was Executive Vice President at CVS Health-Aetna , where he led their Government Services Business portfolio, the growth engine of the company. Fran also represented Aetna on the Health Care Transformation Task Force, and served as its Chairman until his retirement from CVS Health- Aetna on October 1, 2019. He was a recipient of the 2004 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Healthcare Technology/Services category. From 2004 to 2008, he was appointed by Pennsylvania Governor Rendell to serve on the Health Care Cost Containment Council, providing direction for the state agency charged with addressing growing health care costs.

John Pigott
John Pigott
Managing Director, Payer at Innovaccer, Former VP Allscripts

John has worked in the U.S. healthcare sector for more than four decades in senior positions at Allscripts, Cerner, Trizetto Corporation, and many more. As former Vice President Sales, Payer & Life Sciences (Now Veradigm), John drove significant division growth, creating new client relationships with the largest U.S. Health Plans and Pharmaceutical companies. Throughout his career, John has had an impeccable record of boosting revenue growth, uncovering new business deals and partnership opportunities in the companies he has worked. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University.