Health plan executives have had to tap the brakes on strategic initiatives during the pandemic. However, the crisis has brought the future quickly into focus and forced everyone to reevaluate the speed at which they plan to implement advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence and intelligent automation. Experts from Walmart Health and InTouch Health will join NTT DATA to discuss how they are building resiliency and preparing to accelerate out of the COVID-19 curve. Grab a seat and enjoy this one-hour webinar.
| How do you adjust your business models and strategic plans to this new virtually connected society?|
| How can health plans re-engage members and future customers using new channels, such as telehealth and retail?|
| How do you plan for uncertainty around employee engagement, member and constituent communication, and even behavioral health?|
Andy Arends (Moderator)
Vice President, Healthcare Solution Strategy & Innovation
NTT DATA Services
Andy leads and supports a multi-disciplinary team with a simple mission: developing leading-edge digital solutions for health insurers to improve member and provider engagement. With experience in health plan and health exchange strategy and consulting, core administration systems/operations and Business Process as a Service, he has keen insight into the potential of technology in the healthcare industry.
Marcus leads a team focused on quality healthcare that is affordable and accessible. Walmart Health is a first-of-its-kind health center in Georgia, delivering integrated care of key health services like primary care, dental, counseling and diagnostics—all under one roof—with affordable and transparent pricing. This forward-thinking care facility leverages innovation and technology to make a difference in patient care.
Chief Commercial Officer
Steve oversees domestic and global sales, as well as product, marketing, and customer service. Ranked 2019 Best in KLAS for Virtual Care Platforms, InTouch Health (recently acquired by Teledoc) supports more than 2,700 hospitals and health systems around the world on its telehealth network and software platform, Solo by InTouch, which includes many of the top 20 U.S. health systems. Steve is passionate about technology’s ability to transform the patient’s experience and access to healthcare.