ATLANTA, October 10, 2019 – Emad Rizk, M.D., president and chief executive officer of Cotiviti, has been selected as a featured panelist at the HLTH conference. For the panel, titled “Transforming Claims, Billing & Payment,” Dr. Rizk will draw on his more than 30 years of experience in both the provider and payer sectors to share insights into concrete ways healthcare leaders can leverage data to drive transformative change.
"Payer-provider collaboration is the foundation of financial and clinical success in healthcare, and using analytics to gain valuable insights contained in the universe of available data is key to supporting this convergence," said Dr. Rizk. "By bringing together health plans, physicians, investors, and government agencies, the HLTH conference serves as an important opportunity for stakeholders to align around the strategic and operational changes necessary for true innovation in healthcare."
With deep expertise in data analytics, Cotiviti is uniquely positioned to help break down organizational siloes, uncover opportunities for growth and innovation, and deliver better value to the healthcare ecosystem. By meeting the industry’s growing demand for timely information on quality, cost, and utilization, Cotiviti is uniting pivotal stakeholders and providing the data and insights needed to go beyond the status quo—moving the needle on improving financial performance and ultimately healthcare quality.
Along with Dr. Rizk, the panel will bring together senior executives from Premera Blue Cross, Softheon, and Avalon Healthcare Solutions to discuss the overhaul of traditional revenue cycle management and the future of payer-provider partnership, while highlighting real-world examples of how merging clinical and financial data will allow healthcare organizations to fund innovations in patient care. The session, which is part of the “Taking Care of Business” track, will take place Monday, Oct. 28, 2019, at 8:30 am PT.
The HLTH conference is expected to bring more than 5,000 attendees, including more than 300 speakers, 850 CEOs and founders, and 200 analysts and journalists together to highlight bold perspectives and develop unique solutions to tackle the issues plaguing the healthcare industry. This event will draw stakeholders from every healthcare constituency—payers, providers, employers, investors, fast-growing startups, pharma, policymakers, and innovation centers—to examine industry trends and develop actionable solutions to healthcare’s most urgent and fundamental problems.
To learn more about Cotiviti or schedule a meeting with Dr. Rizk before or after his panel, please contact Ashley Owen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cotiviti is a leading solutions and analytics company that is reshaping the economics of healthcare, helping its clients uncover new opportunities to unlock value. Cotiviti’s solutions are a critical foundation for healthcare payers in their mission to lower healthcare costs and improve quality through higher performing payment accuracy, quality improvement, risk adjustment, and network performance management programs. The company also supports the retail industry with data management and recovery audit services that improve business outcomes. For more information, visit www.cotiviti.com.
HLTH is the leading event for innovation in the health industry. It’s an unprecedented, large-scale forum for individuals, companies, and policymakers who are reshaping the health industry to learn, collaborate and evolve. The event is unique in bringing together all key stakeholders, ranging from established payers, providers, employers, and pharma services to disruptive startups and prolific investors, as well as representatives from government, academia, health associations and business groups, media, and industry analysts. By leading the development of a new dialogue and ecosystem, HLTH’s mission is to drive substantial reductions in health costs and dramatic increases in health quality. HLTH takes place on October 27–30, 2019 at the MGM Grand’s brand-new conference facility.
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