8/11/21: Healthcare Innovation in the Post-Pandemic Era

The pandemic has accelerated multiple trends in healthcare. Marc Rothman, MD, CMO of Signify Health, joined NY Alliance to discuss.
The pandemic has accelerated multiple trends in healthcare that were already underway. Things like tele- and digital-medicine, the home as a site of care, payment innovation and value-based plan design are all impacting how healthcare is paid for and delivered. Understanding these trends is key to controlling costs and improving quality over the next several years. Marc Rothman, MD, Chief Medical Officer of Signify Health joined NY Alliance to discuss: key drivers of Healthcare Reform, innovations in Care Delivery, and Benefit Design: the shift from volume to value.

Healthcare Innovation in the Post-Pandemic Era

8/11/2021

About this event:

The pandemic has accelerated multiple trends in healthcare that were already underway. Things like tele- and digital-medicine, the home as a site of care, payment innovation and value-based plan design are all impacting how healthcare is paid for and delivered. Understanding these trends is key to controlling costs and improving quality over the next several years.

Bullet Points:

  • Key Drivers of Healthcare Reform: Cost, Quality, Chronic Disease Management, Data & Analytics
  • Innovations in Care Delivery: Telemedicine, Digital Care, Care at Home, Evidence Based Medicine
  • Benefit Design: The Shift from Volume to Value

Speaker info:

Marc Rothman, MD

Marc Rothman, MD has served as Chief Medical Officer of Signify Health since June 2020. Prior to joining Signify, Dr. Rothman served as Deputy Chief Medical Officer at Aspire Healthcare, where he led a nationwide palliative care medical practice and implemented and grew new clinical models and business lines. He also served as Enterprise Chief Medical Officer at Kindred Healthcare, Inc., where he oversaw medical affairs, clinical quality, patient experience and pharmacy services. Additionally, he served as the Chief Medical Officer of Kindred’s Nursing Center Division, leading the medical and pharmacy leadership team. Dr. Rothman holds an MD from New York University School of Medicine and a BA in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He completed his postgraduate clinical training at Yale New Haven Hospital and is triple boarded in Internal, Geriatric and Hospice & Palliative Medicine.

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