About the Webinar

Healthcare organizations are including health equity as a strategic priority. Join these speakers to understand the future of health equity and why it is more than just an aspirational goal.

You will learn

  • What is the role of health equity in making healthcare more affordable for everyone?
  • With the acknowledgment of the importance of social determinants of health (SDoH) in causing health disparities, why hasn’t health equity been achieved?
  • Do you agree that value-based care can help shrink the health equity gap by focusing on quality measures designed to provide accessible care to more people? What are some of the measures providers could implement to achieve that goal?
  • Do you believe that fundamental changes in organizational capabilities are necessary to achieve health equity? Would that include collaboration with non-healthcare partners, cultural competency of clinicians, governance structures, or other changes?
  • What is the forecast for health equity? Do you think more virtual care options will help expand healthcare access and help support communities that are addressing social needs? Or, do you feel there is still a long way to go?

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About the Webinar

Healthcare organizations are including health equity as a strategic priority. Join these speakers to understand the future of health equity and why it is more than just an aspirational goal.

You will learn

  • What is the role of health equity in making healthcare more affordable for everyone?
  • With the acknowledgment of the importance of social determinants of health (SDoH) in causing health disparities, why hasn’t health equity been achieved?
  • Do you agree that value-based care can help shrink the health equity gap by focusing on quality measures designed to provide accessible care to more people? What are some of the measures providers could implement to achieve that goal?
  • Do you believe that fundamental changes in organizational capabilities are necessary to achieve health equity? Would that include collaboration with non-healthcare partners, cultural competency of clinicians, governance structures, or other changes?
  • What is the forecast for health equity? Do you think more virtual care options will help expand healthcare access and help support communities that are addressing social needs? Or, do you feel there is still a long way to go?

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 a physician executive with over 20 years of senior management experience in large healthcare systems, payer health plans, leading healthcare providers, and health information technology organizations. With his strong collaborative and cross-functional leadership skills, he has demonstrated excellence in business development, client relationships, communication and presentation skills, executive presence, and an ability to mentor, lead, and educate. Dr. Nace’s areas of interest include clinical integration, accountable and value-based care, patient-centered medical home, population health, and the application of technology in healthcare innovation. He is passionate about new models of care delivery, collaboration across markets and industries, disruptive innovation, and patient centered care.

Kelly Garrison
Kelly Garrison
CEO, Emtiro Health

Kelly Garrison is a passionate and energetic leader with nearly 15 years of healthcare experience from a variety of areas including, quality, provider network development, operations, and informatics. Through her work in a variety of healthcare settings—inpatient, outpatient, and community-based—she is dedicated to supporting all sectors of healthcare with innovative models to drive improvement. As CEO, Kelly drives the vision for Emtiro Health. The company’s population health analytics suite manages data ingestion, integration, reporting, and care management operations of healthcare providers participating in population health or value-based payment initiatives. Emtiro offers expertise in NCQA PCMH recognition, clinical pharmacy integration, community and clinical integration support, and behavioral health integration. Kelly has advanced degrees from UVA and Pfeiffer University, and her lean healthcare certificate from NCSU.

David Nash MD, MBA
David Nash MD, MBA
Strategic Advisor, Innovaccer

Dr. David Nash is the Founding Dean Emeritus of the Jefferson College of Population Health and one of the most renowned healthcare thought leaders in the United States. He has been named on Modern Healthcare’s list of the Most Powerful Persons in Healthcare. He’s also the Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy at Thomas Jefferson University. He’s the editor in chief of four major national journals, and he has authored and edited numerous peer-reviewed articles and books. He is also on the founding editorial board of TeleHealth and Medicine Today. Dr. Nash received his BA in economics from Vassar College, his MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, and his MBA in Health Administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Angela Shippy
Dr. Angela Shippy
Senior Leader, AWS

Angela A. Shippy, MD, MHA, FACP, FHM is Amazon Web Services (AWS) Senior Physician Executive, Nonprofit Healthcare. In this role, Dr. Shippy brings clinical and operational leadership experience and perspective to work supporting, enabling, and advocating on behalf of patients and providers. Previously, Dr. Shippy served as Senior Vice President, Chief Medical & Quality Officer at Memorial Hermann Health System where she had system-wide oversight for accreditation, clinical quality, employee and patient safety, lab, and pharmacy. Prior to Memorial Hermann, Dr. Shippy served as Chief Medical Officer of HCA’s Gulf Coast Division and as Vice President of Medical Affairs at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in the Texas Medical Center where she practiced as a hospitalist. She earned a B.S. in biology from Texas A&M University and an M.D. from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, where she also completed her residency in internal medicine. Dr. Shippy has served on local, state, and national councils and committees and held volunteer clinical faculty positions at Baylor College of Medicine and UT Health in Houston.