March 2015 Webinar
The New Leadership Competencies for Population Health Management
Because population health management (PHM) is a new model of health care delivery, it makes new demands on health care boards and executives. This webinar will propose a new leadership and governance perspective on scale, volume, and partnerships. The webinar will also describe the role of leadership in fostering key population health management capabilities and introduce new leadership positions that focus on important facets of the population health model.
After this session, participants will be able to:
- Describe a new leadership mindset for PHM related to organizational scale, volume of covered or influenced lives, and partnership opportunities
- Understand new leadership competencies to drive the transition to PHM
- Describe new leadership roles related to key PHM needs such as organizational transformation, medical informatics, and product and benefit design
Jim Pizzo is a Managing Director of Kaufman Hall, responsible for directing the firm’s Physician Advisory practice, an integral part of the Strategy practice. With more than 30 years of healthcare consulting experience, Jim has held leadership positions as a Partner with Accenture, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Ernst & Young LLP, and Ernst & Whinney. At each of the firms, he led the Physician Services and Finance and Planning practices. He first assumed the role of Partner and Practice Leader in 1995.
Rob York is a Senior Vice President of Kaufman Hall and leader of the Population Health Management division in the firm’s Strategy practice. He provides strategic services for a range of healthcare clients. Rob’s responsibilities focus on developing strategies to help providers remain relevant and viable in the new healthcare environment. Such strategies are based on rigorous market analysis, population and payer segment and demand analysis, and strategic partnership evaluation.