Held in Charlotte, N.C., on August 3, 2012, the Charlotte Chamber's Health Care Summit gathered health care industry experts and business leaders to discuss the Affordable Care Act and its impact on employers; to learn how effective partnerships are controlling health care costs; to hear about innovative initiatives implemented in health care; and to understand what future economic development opportunities might look like.
05 - Keynote: Harry Reynolds17/08/2012 Duración: 28min
Keynote address from Harry Reynolds, director of health industry transformation at IBM.
04 - Innovation in Health Care17/08/2012 Duración: 51min
Moderator Louis Foreman, CEO of Enventys, is joined by panelists Tim Bickmore, associate professor of computer and information sciences from Northeastern University, Russ Guerin, executive vice president of business development & planning at Carolinas HealthCare System, Jason Harwell, director of health informatics at Biz Technology Solutions, and Denise Hatzidakis, chief technology officer at Premier health care alliance.
03 - Partnerships Controlling Costs17/08/2012 Duración: 56min
Panel discussion on how partnerships are helping control health care costs. Moderator Tod Tillman, managing consultant with Findley Davies, is joined by panelists Lesley Bays, controller at Ballantyne County Club, Brian Caveney, medical director of Blue Cross Blue Shield, Shannon Nevergall, director of employee benefits at Novant Health, and Bob Seehausen, senior vice president of business development & sales at Novant Health.
02 - Affordable Care Act: Impact on Employers17/08/2012 Duración: 39min
Moderator Nancy Fey-Yensan is joined by panelists Christian Brutzman, senior human resources director for DukeNet Communications, Gary Garvey, vice president of human resources for Shurtape Technologies, and Brandi Laird, senior benefits manager of Time Warner Cable, to discuss the impact of the Affordable Care Act on employers.
01 - Affordable Care Act: Looming Deadlines17/08/2012 Duración: 08min
explanation of upcoming Affordable Care Act deadlines from Dean Nancy Fey-Yensan of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte