How is Healthcare Reform Driving Your Mobile Strategy?
Healthcare reform is leading the way for your mobile and multi-channel strategy. The recent decision by the Supreme Court to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will mean that 49.1 million individuals in the US will be required to sign up for health plans within the next 18 months. What is the best way to reach these new potential members? This webinar will explore this question at length and provide a timely assessment of what to expect on the horizon as well as the information systems that will be leading the way.
- Explore how Reform is creating more opportunities for mobile health
- Assess why a Multi-Channel strategy is more than just mobile
- Discover how the agent/broker population will play a critical role in member acquisition
- Understand why a multi-channel strategy will lead to higher enrollments, increased retention and better clinical outcomes
Who Will Benefit?
FROM HEALTH PLANS – COO’s, CMO’s, CTO’s, CIO’s, Vice Presidents, Directors, Information Architects, and Managers of
- Call Centers
- Customer Information Services
- Customer Relationship Management
- Customer Satisfaction
- Customer Service
- Member Retention
- Member Services
- Mobile Strategy
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About our Speakers
Matt Brown Bio – Matt Brown is an experienced professional in the healthcare information technology industry. With over 12 years of healthcare and technology experience, he brings an understanding of member communication, disease management, consumer engagement, clinical measurement, pharmacy and Medicare. Prior to joining the Kony team, Matt has been responsible for sales, contracting, implementation and account management to America’s largest Health Plans, PBM’s and health information companies including UnitedHealth Group, Ingenix, DestinationRx and Eliza Corporation.