Wed, August 5

|12:00pm - 1:00pm

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Description

How telehealth is changing healthcare in the U.S.

Panelists:
Dr. J. Trevor Rester, MD, Methodist Health System
Scott Flannery, CEO of employer & individual operations in North Texas and Oklahoma, UnitedHealthcare
Dr. Alicia Makaye, president and co-founder, GXA Network Solutions
Stacey Holsinger, global benefits director, Texas Instruments
Now more than ever, physicians are treating patients through online or virtual visits, allowing patients to be seen from the comfort of their own home or office. This also allows physicians to increase the number of patients they can see in one day, reduces administrative staff time needed for each office visit, and decreases the wait time for patients. Overall, this results in reduced costs for everyone. Telehealth also has created challenges for the healthcare industry, ranging from legal issues to how healthcare insurers manage the payment process. In this lunchtime presentation, the panel will address what these changes mean to patients, healthcare providers, insurance companies and company insurance plans.
Trevor Rester is an experienced primary care physician who has served the North Texas area since 1998. He is board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics. As a primary physician, he brings us his perspective of telemedicine and the future of healthcare. Dr. Rester is a graduate of the McGovern Medical School and the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He joined the Methodist Health System earlier this year.
Scott Flannery is CEO of UHC's employer & individual operations in North Texas and Oklahoma. He's held several leadership roles during his 21-year career at UHC, including central region growth officer, sales national practice lead for UMR and vice president of sales and account management. Outside of work, Scott serves on the board of directors for the Collin County Business Alliance and is a member of the Junior League of Dallas Advisory Board.
Dr. Alicia Makaye is a philanthropist, entrepreneur and co-founder of GXA Network Solutions, an IT solutions provider that helps other businesses take command and control of their IT. GXA was founded in 2004 by Dr. Makaye and her business partner and spouse, George Makaye. Dr. Makaye is an Air Force veteran and graduate of UT Dallas with a Ph.D. in Public Affairs. She is an alumni of Goldman Sachs 10,000 small businesses entrepreneurship program. In 2019, she was selected by Dallas Business Journal 2019 Minority Business Leaders for outstanding leadership and community impact, by UT Dallas as alumni of the year and by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as Minority Women Business Entrepreneur of the Year.
Stacey Holsinger joined Texas Instruments in 2017 as the Worldwide Director of Benefits & Mobility where she leads the strategy and administration of health & welfare, retirement, leave management, wellness and work/life programs and global mobility. Prior to joining TI, she served as Senior Director of Benefits with Tenet Healthcare in Dallas leading benefits for more than 130,000 employees. Prior to Tenet, Stacey held various positions with Vanguard Health Systems in Nashville and Stream Global Services in Dallas in Canada.

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