The Affordable Care Act: New Tech Strategies for a New Healthcare Market
Prior to joining Aite Group, Mr. Trilli was a director of product development and information management at American Express. In this capacity, he led the software development strategy and execution for point-of-sale products; he also consulted with stakeholders to deliver data and analysis, supporting wide-ranging global initiatives across compliance and product development. Prior to that, he was a director of product management at TSYS Acquiring Solutions, where he focused on revenue growth for proprietary and strategic partnership products, including healthcare, mobile, data security, and prepaid. He has also worked at American Express in various roles, including positions in project management for database marketing capabilities and corporate card operations, product development of customer experience tools and reporting, client consulting, and fraud risk management.
Mr. Trilli received his B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University and holds an M.B.A. from Arizona State University. He is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is driving a dramatic shift from the traditional fee-for-service model of healthcare and health insurance to a new, outcome-based “risk/reward” model, where all the players have a stake in exposing inefficiencies, improving outcomes and reducing demand for healthcare services.
Key to insurers’ abilities to respond to these daunting new requirements is deployment of the technologies known as “SMAC” – social media, mobile, analytics and cloud.
Attend this webinar to learn how SMAC provides capabilities to address a variety of ACA-related mandates including:
- Leveraging ICD-10 compliance as a source of big data, enabling more effective analysis of disease symptoms, diagnoses and procedures, resulting in improved outcomes
- Improving actuarial models tied to costs
- Tapping big data to develop tailored incentive programs to encourage and reward positive behavior, and to connect with member populations on an individual level
- Using social media to encourage, incentivize and motivate customers into adopting healthier lifestyles
- Transforming the smartphone into a delivery channel and data collection device
At this session hosted by Insurance & Technology and ISG, you’ll learn about the emerging new models of health insurance and healthcare, where social media is integrated with business strategy and the winners will be those players willing to share the expense and risk of developing and implementing scalable models.