Solving Alaska’s value equation
Strengthening Alaska’s Economy Through Reduced Cost of Care
8-9:45 a.m. | Friday, April 8
There are a variety of emerging strategies to manage the growth of health care spending including value-based care, price transparency, promoting payment reform and reducing administrative burden for providers. Panelists will share examples of how businesses are controlling the cost of health care through innovative strategies and new models.
Local leader panel
Welcome keynote address provided by Kati Capozzi, CEO, Alaska Chamber
— Greg Loudon, Vice President of Employee Benefits, Parker, Smith and Feek
— Rhonda Prowell-Kitter, Chief Financial Offer, Public Education Health Trust
— Mike Waters, Executive Vice President, Providence Ambulatory Care Network
Interactive breakout session
Engage in dialogue with leaders from diverse industries about ways to make healthcare more affordable throughout Alaska.
2022 Community dialogue series
Hosted by the Providence Alaska Board of Directors
Providing high-value care in Alaska is about more than containing costs. It is also about transforming our health care system to achieve the best health outcomes for Alaskans. Solving Alaska’s value equation will take leadership from across all sectors and geographies. The Quadruple Aim dialogue series provides an opportunity for Alaska leaders to share ideas and identify actions to achieve better patient outcomes, improved patient satisfaction, provider well-being and lower health care costs.
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