We believe the U.S. is about 25 years
into a 40-year transformation...

The pace of change in the health care marketplace can feel both rapid and painfully slow as policy makers and health care stakeholders seek new strategies to address our most pressing cost, quality and access challenges.  At Leavitt Partners we have a framework for this: we believe the U.S. is about 25 years into a 40-year transformation to a uniquely American, value-driven health care system.  This journey is characterized by periods of rapid change, and experimentation, as well as understandable setbacks. The destination is a fundamental change in the way physicians are paid and care is delivered.

Our experts and thought leaders bring data-driven insight to help audiences understand current delivery system transformation trends, the growth of value-based payment arrangements, barriers and challenges, and what it takes to succeed. 

LEAVITT PARTNERS TOPIC EXPERT SPEAKERS:

MOL Photo Web Ready - squareGovernor Michael O. Leavitt
Founder

Former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 3-term Governor of Utah; Co-Chair of the Financial Review Panel for the Global Fund (View Bio)

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Chief Executive Officer

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)

 

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Vince Ventimiglia
President,
Leavitt Partners Collaborative 
Advocates

Former Principal, FaegreBD Consulting; Former Assistant Secretary for Legislation, HHS; Former Director of the Government Affairs Office, Medtronic (View Bio)

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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)