2014 Health Care Leaders Forum

Agenda Highlights

Paul Keckley, Former Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, will give a keynote at the 2014 Health Care Leaders Forum.

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2013 Health Care Leaders Forum

Over 200 attendees joined the Detroit Regional Chamber for the 2013 Health Care Leaders Forum at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago – Detroit Branch. Some of the nation’s top health care thought leaders examined the current direction and pace of health care reform and transformation.

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The Prognosis for Employers, Providers and Individuals

The Chamber hosted its annual Health Care Leaders Forum on  Wednesday, March 12, bringing regional and national industry leaders together to discuss the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and ways to navigate the ongoing changes in health care reform. Speakers took a realistic look at the challenges and opportunities presented by the ACA and other industry trends, and stressed the importance of increased governmental transparency, embracing change and new partnerships among employers and a commitment to innovation.

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David Lansky Keynote

David Lansky, president and CEO of Pacific Business Group on Health, speaks at the 2014 Health Care Leaders Forum about important near-term and long-term decisions employers should make to handle health care changes.

Fast-Changing Relationships: The Road Ahead for Employers

2014 Health Care Leaders Forum: Experts John Neuberger and Randy Vogenberg join moderator Kathleen Neal to discuss tools to help employers and purchasers address the fast-changing employer-employee relationship.

Carlos Jackson Keynote and Panel

Carlos Jackson explains how the changing playing field for providers affects patients and payers in a keynote address at the 2014 Health Care Leaders Forum. Also, he is joined by Gina Buccalo, Michael Madden and moderator Laura Appel to examine the challenges and opportunities that the ACA presents to providers.

Paul Keckley Keynote

Paul Keckley, former executive director of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, covers the Affordable Care Act and the trends, challenges and opportunities that shape health care of tomorrow.

Tevi Troy Keynote

Tevi Troy, former deputy secretary in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, discusses key decisions the government must make in the face of societal, economic and political challenges.

Jay Want Keynote

Jay Want, principal at Want Healthcare, LLC, makes the case for increased transparency in health care and examines ways that transparency can be improved in Detroit.

Discussion Leaders: “Regional Initiatives: Detroit and Michigan Miles to Go Before We Sleep?”

Kate Kohn-Parrott and Christopher Priest join moderator Kirk Roy to look at health care initiatives already under way and how they can be integrated to provide a higher value of health care.