June 30th at 4 PM (EDT)
Network and plan designs for the future: 5 new strategies to curb cost
Join guest speakers:
Jill Dailey | Vice President, Commercial Product and Strategic Programs, Aetna
Eric Fennel | Vice President, National Network Strategy, Innovation and Value Based Solutions, Aetnato reserve your spot for the webcast.
About the webcast
The world is changing by the minute and as employers look to the future, they must approach healthcare with bold benefit designs that unleash value by driving down cost and improving the employee experience.
Join Aetna and CVS Health for their live webinar on June 30th at 4:00 p.m. EDT, where Jill Dailey, Aetna Vice President of Commercial Product and Strategic Programs and Eric Fennel, Aetna Vice President of National Network Strategy, Innovation and Value Based Solutions will share how employers can implement the next generation of network and benefit design into their strategies.
Attendees will learn about:
- The evolution of healthcare and how it impacts your benefits and network design strategy
- The latest consumer research on which new benefit features consumers value most
- Our top five considerations to build an affordable benefit strategy over the next decade
Join us and learn how innovative network and benefit design is the ultimate triple threat: lowering costs for employers, improving outcomes for employees, and delivering greater value through your health care coverage. So be sure to RSVP. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity! And invite your clients to join as well.
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About The Speakers:
Vice President, Commercial Product and Strategic Programs, Aetna
As Vice President of Aetna Commercial Product & Strategic Programs, Jill is responsible for commercial product strategy and portfolio management, new product development, and delivery excellence. She leads a team that builds products and solutions to meet the needs of all sizes of employers, while helping to manage the health and well-being of members. Informed by customer input and local market needs, a data driven approach is used to ensure Aetna’s products and solutions drive value.
Prior to assuming this role in June, 2020, Jill was Vice President, Joint Venture Product, Service, Experience & Operations, where she was responsible for designing and implementing innovative products, services and consumer experiences across our five JVs with large provider systems (i.e., Allina Health | Aetna (Minneapolis), Banner | Aetna (Phoenix), Sutter Health | Aetna (Sacramento), Innovation Health (Northern Virginia), and Texas Health | Aetna (Dallas)).
Prior to joining Aetna in the spring of 2018, Jill enjoyed a 20-year career in strategy consulting with Accenture where she was a managing director in the Health Strategy practice and led the Strategy practice in the Northeast Region. She worked with domestic and international health care companies on the transformation to consumer-driven business models, specializing in business and digital strategy development, innovation, organic growth and merger integration. Prior to shifting her focus to the healthcare industry at the inception of Health Care Reform, Jill helped large scale companies integrate acquisitions and was a patent holder for Accenture’s Merger Integration Methodology.
Vice President, National Network Strategy, Innovation and Value Based Solutions, Aetna
Eric Fennel serves as the Vice President, National Network Strategy, Innovation and Value Based Solutions at Aetna, a CVS Health company. Eric is responsible for leading a range of initiatives to transform the provider network and deliver greater value to consumers through new partnerships, payment models and technologies. In support of this effort, Eric also maintains responsibility for Aetna’s Value-Based Solutions strategy, operations, and engagement services across all lines of business.
Eric has more than 25 years of experience across a diverse range of health care organizations. Prior to joining Aetna, Eric oversaw operations nationally for Evolent Health’s Value Based Solutions group. In this role, he was accountable for the performance of more than 80 clinicians across 10 states, working locally with patients and providers to execute Evolent’s care management programs and deliver more than $30 million in medical cost savings, and guiding the development of Evolent’s VBS products and infrastructure.
Prior to joining Evolent, Eric was a senior member of the Policy and Programs Team at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI), which he joined early in its formation, supporting development of CMMI’s strategy and leading efforts to build and manage its $10 billion innovation portfolio. In this work, Eric drew upon his earlier experiences in developing new payment and engagement models at Lumenos and WellPoint/Anthem as well as his work at the National Committee for Quality Assurance.
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