Vital Insights on Location:
How Technology Turns "Sick Care" into "Healthy Care"
January 11, 2022
This episode of Vital Insights was recorded on location at EDGE 2021 in Washington, DC. As usual on this series, we sat down at the conference with thought leaders and visionaries who are trying to change the way we care for patients through technology solutions, with a particular bent on how we can do that legislatively, at federal and state levels.
With the passing of the Affordable Care Act years ago, one of biggest changes was the shift from fee-for-service care to value-based care. And underpinning that shift was a concept called the Quadruple Aim, or the drive to 1) improve the patient care experience, 2) improve the health of a population, 3) reduce per capita health care costs and 4) improve the clinical experience.
Mike Braham joins this episode of Vital Insights to delve into the often-discussed Quadruple Aim and how technology is helping to turn “sick care” into “healthy care” for patients.
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About Mike Braham
Mike Braham is responsible for profit & loss performance and leading all aspects of strategy and execution of the Trapollo business plan. Braham retains a unique blend of strategic and operational experience in healthcare, telecommunications, and crisis management industries. Mike formerly led Magellan Health’s Federal Division with over 1,500 employees across 300 facilities in 13 countries. Before his leadership role at Magellan Health, Mike served as Aetna chief of staff, head of strategy and innovation and head of member engagement and digital assets for Aetna’s $8 billion Medicare division. He has extensive expertise in building high-performance teams and has been a leader in public and private enterprise level organizations as well as smaller venture capital-backed firms.