The Role of Healthcare Providers in Achieving the Triple Aim

  Friday, April 21


The Role of Healthcare Providers in Achieving the Triple Aim

Leaders and organizations in healthcare continue to face challenges in creating new cultures, structures and systems to meet the triple aims of improving the health of the populations in their communities; providing better, safer and more accessible care; while containing costs. It is crucial for partnerships among physicians, administrators, payors, systems, and ambulatory centers, and other healthcare organizations to collaborate in order to drive better outcomes for patients and families. ACHE of Greater Ohio and Xavier University GPHSA are co-hosting this panel discussion.

  • Earn 1.5 Face-to-Face education hours
  • Light appetizers & refreshments provided


William Wilder, Director of Outpatient Marketing, Johnson and Johnson


Tom Daskalakis, Chief Administrative Officer of West Chester Hospital, of UC Health
Michael Demagall, Director of Accountable Care / Population Health, Saber Healthcare Group
Barry Malinowski, MD, Regional Vice President & Medical Director, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Jonathon Spanyer, MD, Commonwealth Orthopedics Centers

  • 2:30 PM  Registration & Networking
  • 3:00 PM  Panel Discussion
  • 4:30 PM  Closing & Networking
  • 5:30 PM  Conclude

Cintas Center, Xavier University  is a co-educational Jesuit, Catholic university in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. The school is the sixth-oldest Catholic and fourth-oldest Jesuit university in the United States.
  • 4,572 Undergraduate Students
  • 2,165 Graduate Students
  • Jesuit Catholic University
  • 97% Placement Rate