Posted by Prealize Health ● December 13, 2021

Fireside Chat - Pop Health in a Persistent Pandemic World [VIDEO]

What does the future of pop health look like in a world where Covid won’t quit? How can we actually achieve the triple aim? And are we incentivized to the do the right thing? Watch this previously recorded fireside chat with Dr. Gordon Norman, chief medical officer of Prealize Health, for a provocative discussion on:  
  • Addressing skepticism around care management and pop health effectiveness 
  • Doing the right thing: tradeoffs in the triple aim in the short vs long term 
  • Impacts of predictive analytics and telemedicine on pop health, provider shortages and health equity strategies

 

About the Speaker

Dr. Norman brings extensive population health management and value-based care expertise to his role as Chief Medical Officer for Prealize Health. He gained this experience over 25 years in executive roles in the provider, hospital, health plan, employer, and supplier sectors of healthcare focusing on quality and value improvement.  He has focused on supporting provider & health systems, ACOs, health plans, and large employers as they pivot to the value-based care era where cost efficiency, quality outcomes, and experience of care are balanced to formulate the overall value of health care delivery.

 

Previously, Dr. Norman leveraged this background at Willis Towers Watson to lead their Health System Consulting practice working directly with health systems transitioning to value-based care while also serving employer clients as a Senior Consultant in Health Management helping them to obtain higher value health care. Previously, Dr. Norman served as Chief Medical Officer for xG Health Solutions, where he adapted and disseminated the value-based care know how and tools developed by Geisinger Health System for other delivery systems transforming from fee-for-volume to fee-for-value care models. Before that, he held executive leadership roles at Alere Medical and PacifiCare Health Systems focused on quality improvement and population health innovation.

 

Dr. Norman received AB, MD, and MBA degrees from Stanford University.  Following family medicine residency training in Maine and New York, he practiced in rural upstate New York and southern New Hampshire prior to pivoting to the business side of healthcare in mid-career.

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