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Health System Transformation Webinar Series:

Public health opportunities in today’s commercial health insurance landscape

Wednesday, September 28

2:00–3:00 PM ET

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Adobe Connect link (for visual and audio via computer speakers): [preferred]

Conference Number: 866-830-7903; Passcode: 3643771

Please note: We encourage participants to use the Adobe Connect audio feature to listen to the webinar using your computer speakers.

Please join us for the fourth installment of our Health System Transformation Webinar Series. This webinar series will explore the history of health system change and describe key drivers and trends that influence current decision making among the major players in the field (health insurance plans, employers, and clinical providers).

Webinar 4: Public health opportunities in today’s commercial health insurance landscape, will examine the landscape of private insurance and employer-sponsored health plans and highlight key considerations for insurers establishing health care benefits packages. At the end of the webinar, participants will have increased understanding of health plans’ coverage determination process. With this understanding, public health practitioners can begin to identify opportunities to collaborate with private insurers to improve health outcomes and control health care costs.


Claire v.S. Brockbank

Claire v.S. Brockbank is a principal at Segue Consulting, a health care strategy and business development firm. Since 1996, Segue has helped clients revamp their business strategies to help shape or better align with the rapidly changing health care marketplace. Claire has extensive experience with health plans and with employer coalitions. She is working with the Centers for Disease Control and state governments on innovative collaborations with the private sector to promote mutually beneficial wellness strategies; and the National Business Coalition on Health to promote value-based purchasing. Claire received an MS in Health Policy & Management from Harvard.


Danielle Turnipseed, JD, MHSA, MPP

Danielle is the Vice President, Prevention and Population Health at America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP). AHIP is the national trade association representing the health insurance industry. In her capacity, Danielle oversees programs, activities and industry-wide initiatives related to prevention, wellness, population and public health and related activities. She has led the AHIP-CDC multi-year, multi-million dollar cooperative agreement to scale and deliver the National Diabetes Prevention Program (or the National DPP) to prevent Type 2 diabetes, and is also very involved in women’s health, disparities, chronic conditions, and wellness initiatives. Danielle received a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University, a Master in Public Policy and a Master in Health Services Administration (MPP / MHSA) from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and her Juris Doctor (JD) from the University of Maryland Carey School of Law.

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