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About the webinar
The systematic collection of data is critical for any modern business, particularly in healthcare. As health plans and employers identify new digital care solutions that will support both their business objectives and members, it’s imperative to keep the application and accessibility of data in mind. Health data must be structured in a secure and actionable format so businesses can responsibly leverage that data to continually improve the member experience, and drive the performance of key care programs.
As we look ahead to 2023, health plans and employers should identify and enact a digital care strategy that will not only improve the access and delivery of care but unlock key insights that can drive their care delivery programs forward. Member engagement, for instance, is directly correlated with reduced costs, higher satisfaction rates, and improved outcomes.
Join us on December 1st for the latest session in the Lark Learning Series where we will explore how the use of data, analytics, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) can play a significant role in understanding and improving member engagement and clinical outcomes.
Attendees will walk away with:
- Further insights on how digital care, data, and A.I. can support care access and delivery, at scale.
- Insight into how unique data sources and analytic models can provide expansive, new insights into member populations.
- Specific use cases where Lark has leveraged data, technology, and analytics to help health plans better understand their member populations and apply those learnings to improve engagement and outcomes.
We hope you will join us!
Wesley Pasfield, Head of Data Science, Lark
Wesley Pasfield is the Head of Data Science at Lark. Prior to joining Lark he served in Data Science and analytics leadership roles at AWS, Amazon, GoPro and the Nielsen Company. He has a M.S. degree in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern, and a B.S. from Boston College. He is based in Denver, CO where lives with his wife and daughter.
Chad Kanick, Senior Director of Business Insights and Reporting, Lark
Chad Kanick is the Senior Director of Business Insights and Reporting at Lark. He has experience leading initiatives to solve healthcare problems, both within academia and at multiple startups. He has led R&D, data, and insights teams in the areas of medical devices, wearable technologies, and digital health. Chad was previously an Assistant Professor at Dartmouth College, has a Ph.D. and M.S. from the University of Pittsburgh, and a B.S. from West Virginia University. He currently lives in Pittsburgh, PA, with his wife and young daughter.
Brock Howard, Director of Product Management, Lark
Brock Howard is the Director of Product Management at Lark. He brings deep experience in developing and defining product strategy and leading teams to create people- and patient-centered products. Brock has led the development of “zero to one” products in industries, including health tech, marketplaces, and national security and defense. He has managed Product at Deloitte, Rebellion Defense, and Rally Health a UnitedHealth Group company. Brock has an MPP from George Mason University and a B.A. from The Ohio State University.