Valuable, Data-Driven Intelligence About Accountable Care

The rise of accountable care has been an important feature of the movement from volume to value.   Yet, there are many challenges to fundamentally changing the way physicians are paid and taking on downside financial risk.  What does this mean for health care leaders seeking to change their networks and benefit designs, transform care delivery and leverage new technologies and analytic capabilities?   Leavitt Partners has been tracking ACOs and value-based payment since 2010.  Leveraging this unique expertise, our speakers can provide valuable, data-driven intelligence about how accountable care is impacting, and being impacted by, market dynamics and what it takes to succeed in the journey toward value.


Andrew - squareAndrew Croshaw

Former Senior Executive Advisor to HHS Secretary Michael O. Leavitt; Held multiple leadership positions at Eli Lilly and Novartis; Harvard Business School, MBA (View Bio)

Brett - squareBrett Graham
Chief Strategy Officer

Held multiple leadership positions with Meritain Health; Former Vice President, UnitedHealth Group; Harvard Business School, MBA (View Bio)

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David Muhlestein
Chief Research Officer

Current Adjunct Assistant Professor of The Dartmouth Institute (TDI) at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College, and Visiting Policy Fellow at the Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University and the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (View Bio)

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John Poelman
Executive Director, ACLC

Executive director of the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative, an organization housed at Western Governors University with a mission to accelerate the accountable care movement and provide members with actionable intelligence on delivery system reform (View Bio)