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This is a complimentary program sponsored by Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP. 

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There are powerful forces converging to re-invent the U.S. health care market. Payment and delivery system transformation, medical breakthroughs, digital advances and consumer empowerment are among the myriad of drivers behind the seismic shift in the health care landscape.  Leaders from across every stakeholder group—from state Medicaid directors to health system administrators to life sciences and payer executives—will need to navigate their organizations safely through a radically-changing health care environment to succeed in the coming decade.

But which of the trends making headlines are the true game-changers for health care?  And what do health care organizations need to know—and do—to excel in the volatile years ahead?

Manatt Health makes sense of today’s tidal wave of change—and reveals the top megatrends health care leaders need to watch and respond to—in a new educational webinar, “The Megatrends Reshaping Health care: Managing Change and Maximizing Opportunity.”  Attendees will gain powerful insights into how each trend is evolving…what it means for health care today…and how it will impact the future.

Two years ago, Manatt Health first identified the 10 megatrends reinventing health care over the next decade.  In our new program, we will look back at how those trends have played out in expected (and unexpected) ways…what the consequences have been for health care stakeholders…and how health care organizations are transforming to meet the demands of a new market.  Then we’ll look ahead at how our original megatrends are changing and re-forming as they emerge …what new trends are taking hold…and the implications for the full range of health care audiences, including providers; insurers; pharmaceutical, biotech and device manufacturers; regulators; and consumers.

Because Manatt Health works with every health care segment—at the national, state and local levels-- we will provide a 360-degree view of each trend and its impact.  Participants will learn the actions they need to take to position their organizations for sustainable success in a re-defined marketplace.

Educational Objectives:
• Discover the megatrends that are reinventing health care.
• Learn how current trends are manifesting themselves in the marketplace—and what new forces are earning the “megatrend” title.
• Gain insights into each trend’s evolution—from its current status and drivers to its anticipated impact and outcomes. 
• Explore how the megatrends will affect the full spectrum of health care players at every level, from federal to local—as well as their customers and partners—restructuring business models and relationships.
• Examine the  decisions and actions needed to ensure organizational success in a dramatically different market
• Understand how effectively the megatrends will achieve health care’s goals of improving quality, care and outcomes while keeping costs in check—and what work remains to be accomplished.

Who would benefit the most from attending this program?
C-suite executives, management/leadership and counsel for all health care stakeholders, including life sciences companies, hospitals/health systems, payers/insurers, states, foundations and associations.


SPEAKERS

CINDY MANN, PARTNER, HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY, MANATT, PHELPS & PHILLIPS LLP

Ms. Cindy Mann has more than 30 years of experience in federal and state health policy, focused on health coverage, financing, access and operational issues.  She guides states, providers, plans, consumer organizations and foundations on creating and implementing strategies around federal and state health reform, Medicaid, Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and delivery and payment system transformation.

Ms.Mann joined Manatt from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), where she served as deputy administrator and director of the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services. At CMS, she led the administration of Medicaid, CHIP and the Basic Health Program at the federal level for more than five years during the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  Prior to CMS, Ms. Mann was a research professor at the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute, where she was founder and director of the Center for Children and Families.  Before coming to Georgetown, Ms. Mann served as a senior advisor at the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured. She also was director of the Family and Children’s Health Program Group at the Healthcare Financing Administration (HCFA), now CMS.  Ms. Mann came to HCFA from the Center on Budget and Public Policy, where she directed federal and state health policy work. She has extensive experience in state-level matters, having worked on healthcare, welfare and public finance issues in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New York.

Ms.Mann is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and New York. She earned her J.D., with honors, from the New York University School of Law and her B.S. from Cornell University.


JON GLAUDEMANS, MANAGING DIRECTOR, MANATT HEALTH SOLUTIONS, MANATT, PHELPS & PHILLIPS LLP

Mr. Jon Glaudemans is a managing director of Manatt Health Solutions, an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory practice of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP. Mr. Glaudemans has more than 30 years of senior leadership experience in healthcare operations, policy issues management, financial analysis, communications and health insurance. His areas of focus include insurance regulation, payer-provider market dynamics, provider payment policy, e-health, health plan administration, health disparities and quality improvement initiatives across a variety of care settings.


Prior to joining Manatt, Mr. Glaudemans was Chief Advocacy and Communications Officer at Ascension Health, the nation’s largest nonprofit healthcare system, with over 120 hospitals in more than 20 states.  Mr. Glaudemans spent five years as the Senior Vice President/Chief Operating Officer at Avalere Health, LLC, a Washington-based advisory group.  Earlier in his career, Mr. Glaudemans held a leadership role in the Washington, D.C., office of Public Strategies, Inc., which was at the time the largest independent public affairs firm serving Fortune 100 clients.  In 2001 Mr. Glaudemans was asked to serve as Co-Transition Coordinator for the incoming Administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.  Mr. Glaudemans spent a decade at Aetna, where his roles included General Manager of Aetna U.S. Healthcare’s Mid-Atlantic Region.  Mr. Glaudemans began his career at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB), where he was intimately involved in Medicare budget, regulatory and legislative initiatives.

Mr. Glaudemans earned his M.P.A. in Economics from Princeton University and his B.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


ALEX MORIN, MANAGER, MANATT HEALTH SOLUTIONS, MANATT, PHELPS & PHILLIPS LLP

Alex Morin is a manager of Manatt Health Solutions (MHS), an interdisciplinary policy and business advisory division of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP.  Mr. Morin provides policy and quantitative analysis, project implementation support and strategic business services to healthcare providers, payers and other healthcare stakeholders.  His project work focuses on diverse topics within the healthcare sector, including public health insurance programs (Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP), payment and reimbursement reform, delivery system reform, health information technology, and federal and state health policy trends.

Prior to joining MHS, Mr. Morin was project manager at Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at the Brookings Institution, where he led the ACO Learning Network, a learning collaborative of payers, providers and policymakers that developed insights and shared knowledge about Accountable Care Organization strategy, delivery system transformation and payment system reform.  He jointly headed the Center's research and reporting on federal health spending, Medicare and Medicaid reform and Affordable Care Act implementation, including issues related to bundled payments, Medicaid and safety-net providers and ACOs.  Mr. Morin was also a senior analyst within the IT practice of the Corporate Executive Board, where he conducted trend research, authored white papers and developed diagnostic tools for corporate IT and multi-functional shared services executives.

Mr. Morin earned his M.A., summa cum laude, from Texas A&M University and his B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Pittsburgh.