Healthcare Consolidation: Why It Should Matter to You and Your Employer

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D Magazine

750 North Saint Paul Street

#2100

Dallas, TX 75201

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Join D Healthcare Daily for a breakfast panel discussion featuring

  • Joel Allison, CEO of Baylor Scott & White Health

  • Dr. Christopher Crow, President of the Catalyst Health Network and CEO of StratiFi Health

  • Marinan Williams, Senior Executive Officer for Market Relations, Southwestern Health Resources

Moderated by Matt Goodman

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For the past five years, we’ve seen massive consolidation in Dallas-Fort Worth. Baylor merged with Scott & White. Texas Health Resources paired with UT Southwestern Medical Center to form an integrated network. Independent physicians have been grouping together, aiming to help give them the resources to implement the value-based payment models that the federal government is increasingly mandating.

But, OK, what does that all mean for the people actually using the healthcare services? And what does it mean for the employers who are subsidizing their workforce’s medical claims?

On December 9, from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m., D Healthcare Daily will host a panel discussion focusing on those very topics—namely, what does healthcare consolidation mean for the way we get our medical services in the future?

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  • Joel Allison

    Joel Allison

    Baylor Scott & White Health

    Outgoing CEO

  • Dr. Chris Crow

    Dr. Chris Crow

    Village Health Partners and Catalyst Health Network

    President

  • Matt Goodman

    Matt Goodman

    D Healthcare Daily

    Editor

  • MW Marinan Williams

    Marinan Williams

    Southwestern Health Resources

    Senior Executive Officer for Market Relations


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A continental breakfast will be provided.


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