Apr 26 2016

NEHI "On Call" Series: Delivering Medical Innovation in a Value-Based World

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The shift to value-based care has created a new environment for innovation: health care delivery systems and payers are now seeking innovations that not only improve care, but can also meet their financial and quality targets. This new environment has significant implications for innovations, including how they are accessed, delivered and measured.

In October 2015, NEHI and The Deloitte Center for Health Solutions (DCHS) hosted a meeting with NEHI members and other stakeholders from across the health care system to identify changes necessary for innovation to be properly integrated into care in a new, value-based environment. Now, join us for a special "NEHI On Call" session with two of our meeting participants as we discuss NEHI and DCHS' findings and the strategic implications for biopharmaceutical and medtech companies.
  • Terry Hisey, Senior Principal, Life Science & Healthcare Practice, Deloitte
As a senior leader in the firm Terry heads the firms efforts with two global life science companies in medicines and medical technology.  Prior to this role, Terry spent 8 year as the Vice Chairman of Deloitte leading its efforts in Life Sciences across all service areas of the firm.  Terry’s personal focus has been development and execution of strategies across a wide range of industry issues with a focus on implementation of sustainable change for competitive improvement.He has experience across the entire Life Sciences Value Chain including R&D, Commercial, Manufacturing & Distribution and key enabling areas.  He has worked with industry executives in small and large molecule pharmaceuticals, medical technology companies as well as other key stakeholder groups across the LSHC ecosystem.
  • Donald May, Executive Vice President of Payment and Health Care Delivery, AdvaMed

Donald May joined AdvaMed in November 2013 as executive vice president, payment and health care delivery policy. He is responsible for leading AdvaMed’s advocacy efforts on payment and health care delivery policy, and serves as the association’s lead representative on payment, coverage and access issues. Mr. May plays a key role in shaping AdvaMed’s policy development aimed at guarding against the potential for unintended consequences, such as stinting on care and hindering innovation, while also seeking to preserve what’s good about the new approaches. Mr. May formerly served as vice president for policy at the American Hospital Association, leading AHA's policy development activities for Medicare and Medicaid payment. 
  • Steve Phillips, Senior Director of Global Health Policy, Johnson & Johnson

Steve Phillips is a Senior Director with the Global Health Policy team in Johnson & Johnson’s corporate Government Affairs and Policy office.  He provides policy leadership and guidance in the area of reimbursement to all J&J operating companies, particularly related to all aspects of Medicare reimbursement policy, including delivery system reforms enacted by the Affordable Care Act. 

Prior to joining J&J in 2005, Steve had over 18 years of experience at the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, most recently as the chief of physician reimbursement and, prior to that, as chief of Medicare's inpatient hospital DRG system.  In these positions he oversaw the development of national policy for these two critical parts of the Medicare program. 
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