August 19, 2018
Biotech Place, Innovation Quarter
575 N. Patterson Ave.
Winston Salem, NC
What insights do providers need to succeed in value-based contracts while also providing whole person healthcare – all while seeing 20 patients a day? Comprehensive gap closure requires thoughtful and efficient approaches to analytics and workflows. Rich Parker, MD and Stefanie Groner will host a conversation to discuss what providers need to understand and succeed in a transforming payer landscape – and how to build the right data infrastructure and tools across the network to do so.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday August 21st to attend this exciting discussion!
About Rich Parker, MD:
Dr. Parker serves as chief medical officer for Arcadia with overall responsibility for the design and implementation of clinical strategies, input into the roadmap and development of Arcadia’s technology and service programs, thought leadership in support of providers transitioning to value-based care, and strategic advisory work for physician leaders at Arcadia’s clients.
Previously, Dr. Parker was an internist with a 30-year history at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. From 2001 until 2015, he served as the medical director and chief medical officer for the 2,200 doctor Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization. He oversaw the physician network evolve from a fee-for-service payment system to a nationally recognized global payment pioneer Accountable Care Organization. Dr. Parker’s other areas of expertise include end of life care, medical malpractice, care of the mentally ill, electronic medical records, and population health management. Dr. Parker served as assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, having graduated from Harvard College in 1978, and the Dartmouth-Brown Program in Medicine in 1985.
About Stefanie Groner:
Stefanie works with healthcare organizational leaders on pathways to improving contract outcomes through data. As a sales engineer, Stefanie is an enthusiastic advocate for Arcadia’s client goals and identifying Arcadia’s solutions to support them. She brings a breadth of experience to her work designing analytics programs, from concept to implementation. Prior to joining Arcadia in 2017, Stefanie worked on market strategy for emerging artificial intelligence technologies in precision medicine. As a management consultant, Stefanie worked with organizational leaders on technology visions and implementations to improve strategic performance for industrial, utilities, and public sector clients. Stefanie is a graduate of Northwestern University and now lives in Boston, Ma.