Seattle, WA (June 2, 2015) — Array Health, a leading provider of private health insurance exchange technology, has announced that CEO Jonathan Rickert will present at America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) Institute 2015 on June 4, 2015. The session will address the how the rise of consumerism and digital technologies are disrupting traditional business models in health care, and why they are critical to deriving new business value.
Technology innovation, analytics, social networks and the increasing use of mobile devices are reshaping the health care landscape, disrupting traditional business and care delivery models — and creating massive amounts of data. These digital records surrounding patients, providers, medical devices and consumers are critical to deriving new business value in health care. The session will examine how these levers are essential in supporting the transformative forces of consumerism, accountable care and digital health within the health care industry.
Session attendees will gain insight into the following:
- The digital technologies that are disrupting traditional business models in the health care
- Why consumers are demanding new ways of interacting with health plans and health systems
- How the industry can better harness the power of data and technology to support consumerism
WHEN: June 4, 2015 at 7:30 a.m. CST / 5:30 a.m. PST
WHO: Jonathan Rickert, CEO, Array Health, Dr. Joseph C. Kvedar, Vice President of Connected Health, Partners HealthCare and Emma Hoo, VP, Private Exchange Evaluation Collaborative and Director, Pacific Business Group on Health. Session will be moderated by Bill Shea, Vice President of Business Consulting in Health Care, Cognizant.
About Array Health
Array Health brings consumers and insurers closer together by powering a personalized health insurance experience. Its cloud-based e-commerce software platform enables health insurers to deliver their own branded online exchange— including e-commerce support throughout the value chain of brokers, employers and consumers, across all lines of business. The company’s technology gives employers a new way to control costs and personalizes the health insurance experience for consumers, enabling them to make more informed decisions and to more deeply engage in their health. Array Health is a privately held company based in Seattle. To learn more, visit arrayhealth.com.