Interoperability and Digital Transformation: Critical Imperatives for Health Plans

The lack of interoperability across the U.S. healthcare system is concerning, despite regulations designed to incentivize greater adoption. Leaning on emerging technologies and proven processes can help realize the triple aim of healthcare – cost of care (financial imperatives, regulatory compliance), health outcomes (care management), and the experience of care (member expectations) – even faster.



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Learn how emerging technologies such as cloud, AI and blockchain to digitally connect the healthcare ecosystem, deliver optimum outcomes and create new opportunities far beyond the regulatory requirements.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why addressing process debt is critical to accelerate digital transformation and interoperability
  • How to rethink the role of emerging technologies and how they integrate with legacy systems
  • What real-life examples of interoperability initiatives demonstrate health plan growth and improved member and provider satisfaction

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Our Speakers

Kumar Srinivas
Kumar SrinivasHealth Plan CTO, NTT DATA
Kumar has responsibility and accountability for innovation, capabilities and technology integration including digital BPaaS and value-based care. A member of the Forbes Technology Council, he led the investment funding and buildout of an AI-based chronic disease model that combines data from health plans, clinical (EMR), labs and pharma using explainable AI. He also championed and created a health data bank that brings together multi-state data from over 60 payers.
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Saurabh GuptaPresident, Research and Advisory Services, HFS
Saurabh sets the strategic research focus and agenda for HfS Research and oversees its global research function by managing a global team across the U.S., Europe and Asia. With more than two decades of experience across client, provider, advisory and analyst roles, he brings a uniquely realistic and wide-ranging perspective to industry challenges and opportunities. He is known for spotting disruptive technology trends like Blockchain, Web3, Metaverse, cloud, AI and automation and predicting their implications for different stakeholders through frameworks like OneOffice and OneEcosystem.
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David DobbsVice President, Health Data Integration and Analytics, HMSA
David has extensive experience measuring and improving population health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, SAIC, UCSF Health and HMSA, Hawai’i’s Blue Cross and Blue Shield affiliate. In his current role, he is responsible for ensuring HMSA has the right data and analytics to decrease healthcare costs and improve patient outcomes, experience and care equity.
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Mike BergerChief Data & Analytics Officer and System Vice President, Enterprise Data, Mount Sinai Health System
Mike has the dual role as chief data and analytics officer for Mount Sinai Health Partners as well as system vice president of enterprise data services. He leads the development and implementation of Sinai’s modern data strategy including architecture, data and analytics platforms, move-to-cloud, governance and provides analytics-as-a-service to our enterprise. He also oversees the actuarial and clinical analytics and data science teams which support our population health enterprise.