About the Webinar

In March 2020, healthcare’s outlook towards interoperability and data sharing changed entirely when CMS and ONC released the final rules under the 21st Century Cures Act. It presents an opportunity for payer organisations, to overhaul the entire data platform and technology to build for the future of healthcare. Join the speakers as they discuss about the impacts of these regulations on payers and explore strategies for healthcare insurance providers to efficiently ingest and transform data, meet compliance standards, and perform portal and data updates, ensuring an enhanced member engagement.

You don’t want to miss the answers to these critical questions:

  • How will CMS 9115-F empower members with more personal health information?
  • How can CMS 9915-F empower members with service-level pricing insights?
  • How can member-centric workflows be built on top of improved interoperability and information access?
  • What are the trade-offs to balance ease of use with security and member privacy?
  • What are the foundational data platform capabilities to underpin all the above points?

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About the Webinar

In March 2020, healthcare’s outlook towards interoperability and data sharing changed entirely when CMS and ONC released the final rules under the 21st Century Cures Act. It presents an opportunity for payer organisations, to overhaul the entire data platform and technology to build for the future of healthcare. Join the speakers as they discuss about the impacts of these regulations on payers and explore strategies for healthcare insurance providers to efficiently ingest and transform data, meet compliance standards, and perform portal and data updates, ensuring an enhanced member engagement.

You don’t want to miss the answers to these critical questions:

  • How will CMS 9115-F empower members with more personal health information?
  • How can CMS 9915-F empower members with service-level pricing insights?
  • How can member-centric workflows be built on top of improved interoperability and information access?
  • What are the trade-offs to balance ease of use with security and member privacy?
  • What are the foundational data platform capabilities to underpin all the above points?

About the Presenters

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.

Elizabeth D. Bierbower
Elizabeth D. Bierbower
Former President (Group & Specialty) at Humana, Highmark, Coventry

Elizabeth Bierbower (Beth) is a strategic leader with more than thirty years of proven executive-level experience in the health insurance industry. Beth held many roles during her long tenure with Humana including President of the Group and Specialty division. Beth serves on the Boards of the American Telemedicine Association, Quest Analytics, Brella and BlueSprig. Prior to joining Humana, Beth held leadership roles with Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield as Vice President of Healthcare Strategy, and Coventry Health Plans of Pittsburgh, PA, as Chief Operating Officer. Beth has expertise in scaling cost-effective and profitable growth strategies through internal innovation. She has a reputation as one of the industry’s most progressive voices, a leader with innovative ideas and a willingness to challenge the status quo. Beth is a frequent speaker, author and host of the B-Time Podcast for leaders.