Aaron Martin, the Senior Vice President of Strategy and Innovation at Providence Health Services (PHS), leads early stage technology investments, commercialization of PHS intellectual property, and digital alliances, and also manages PHS’s venture fund. Here at Health 2.0 this year, Aaron discussed how new innovations are changing the way technology is being developed.
In addition to leading Providence’s healthcare venture fund, Aaron leads early stage technology investments, commercialization of PHS intellectual property and digital alliances. He’ll speak about Providence’s role as Boeing’s ACO and how technology can help manage and mitigate risk as we move towards value-based care. Prior to PHS, he worked for Amazon, McKinsey & Company, and was a founder of two early-stage venture-backed technology companies.
PokitDok curated their session The New Rules for the Business of Health which explored a platform approach to real-time personalized consumer experiences, including e-commerce, telemedicine and patient engagement. Providence, the American Medical Association, MDLive and Cliniq.ly talked about how tapping into big data, claims eligibility, and e-commerce features via PokitDok API helped them innovate and save money.
Nearly a year after ACA implementation, this session dove into the new ways benefits are being offered to consumers, how employers are buying care directly, and what new technologies are enabling change in direct care provision.