Virtual expert opinions help members make more informed decisions.

And when you use powerful data to connect specialists from the nation’s leading healthcare, academic, and research facilities to members, they will actually thank you for it.

Join us to learn about these new approaches to virtual expert medical opinions:

Identify the Right People with Predictive Analytics
Build a Smart Communications Plan that Works for You
Use Plan Design to Go Beyond Carrots and Sticks

Speakers

Matt Lisovitch
Vice President, Payer
Optum Health Solutions

 

 

For over 12 years, Matt has held leadership positions for leading healthcare companies focused on management of complex conditions, electronic medical records, risk and quality, remote patient monitoring, wearables and population health solutions.

Michael Menen, MD, FACC
National Chief Medical Officer, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Diseases
Optum Health Solutions

 

As Optum’s National Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Menen is responsible for driving superiorhealth outcomes through the integration of quality, innovation, research, and care delivery. He collaborates with health systems, payers, and other health care providers to accelerate the improvement of care provided to members and patients nationwide. As an innovative thinker and strategic planner, Dr. Menen’s primary goal is to exercise the full measure of his capabilities in the pursuit of building and facilitating sustainable systems that reliably deliver excellent and compassionate healthcare.

Meg Wirth (Moderator)
Vice President, Health Plans
2nd.MD

 

 

In her role, Meg builds bridges between health plans and 2nd.MD. She is passionate about building lasting partnerships, maximizing value and driving innovation in the healthcare system.

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