About the Webinar

Blending insights from traditional claims and clinical data with insights from non-traditional data sources provides a more holistic view of an individual’s predicted behavior and its impact on their health.

The key to improving health outcomes is to close gaps in care by using actionable, data-based insights. Using data on social determinants of health—such as income, educational level, and employment—can improve community health and well-being.

How can we distill the most relevant information to incorporate into conversations with patients and members when there is so much data available from disparate sources?

Join Dr. David Nace and Tim State, Senior Vice President of Associate Health and Well-Being at Humana, to learn how to use data, analytics, and technology to create better health outcomes and lower costs through access to real-time information.

You will learn

  • How can payers and providers focus on non-clinical as well as clinical factors to improve health outcomes?
  • How has COVID-19 highlighted the need for technology to integrate social determinants of health into care planning?
  • How can data-driven decision-making help address mental, emotional, and financial well-being to create a more personalized healthcare experience for members and physicians?
  • How can cloud platforms help the healthcare industry address inefficiencies while improving health outcomes by delivering a 360-degree view of patient health?

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About the Webinar

Blending insights from traditional claims and clinical data with insights from non-traditional data sources provides a more holistic view of an individual’s predicted behavior and its impact on their health.

The key to improving health outcomes is to close gaps in care by using actionable, data-based insights. Using data on social determinants of health—such as income, educational level, and employment—can improve community health and well-being.

How can we distill the most relevant information to incorporate into conversations with patients and members when there is so much data available from disparate sources?

Join Dr. David Nace and Tim State, Senior Vice President of Associate Health and Well-Being at Humana, to learn how to use data, analytics, and technology to create better health outcomes and lower costs through access to real-time information.

You will learn

  • How can payers and providers focus on non-clinical as well as clinical factors to improve health outcomes?
  • How has COVID-19 highlighted the need for technology to integrate social determinants of health into care planning?
  • How can data-driven decision-making help address mental, emotional, and financial well-being to create a more personalized healthcare experience for members and physicians?
  • How can cloud platforms help the healthcare industry address inefficiencies while improving health outcomes by delivering a 360-degree view of patient health?

About the Presenters

David Nace MD
David Nace MD
Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer, Former VP & CMO at Aetna, & Former VP at McKesson

Dr. David Nace is the Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer where its category creating healthcare data activation platform is on a mission to organize healthcare information and make it accessible, useful, and actionable. Dr. Nace has over 25 years of executive management experience in large healthcare systems, payer health plans, and leading healthcare provider and health information technology organizations. With strong collaborative and cross-functional leadership skills, he previously served as SVP, CMO with United Health Group and VP, CMO with Aetna, and CMO at McKesson. Dr. Nace earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

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.

Tim State
Tim State
SVP Associate Health and Well-being at Humana

Tim is a strategic Human Resources leader with over 17 years of business experience within the healthcare, consulting, technology, staffing and mobile communications industries. His leadership focus includes associate Benefits, Compensation and Organization, Positive Performance Management, Engagement, associate Health & Well-being strategy and broader Human Resources strategy. Over his 10+ years at Humana, he has lead innovative and large-scale human capital initiatives throughout a period of intense business growth and transformative change, contributing to key evolutions in how the company rewards business contributions, motivates talent flow and development, designs benefits that drive associate health and well-being, and advances a culture of high-performance and well-being practices.