Speaker Spotlight: Brian O’Sullivan

Brian O'Sullivan, MBA
President, The O'Sullivan Group, Inc.

Value Based / Risk Contracting – A Panel Discussion in Post Acute Partnerships Revenue Cycle

Describe your session in a tweet.

Come learn about value based care from the perspective of a health plan Executive, a care management company CEO and a HIT provider COO in an fast paced and interactive panel format. Get to know what health plans are thinking, what they need and what your organization can do to engage and succeed in managed care payer partnerships.

What is the most important thing you want attendees to take away from your session?

Attendees should come away with an understanding of the direction of value based care and ideas that they can translate into actionable strategic pathways to improve their competitive position.

Excluding your session, what other topics are you passionate about in relation to the home and alternate site industry?

I am interested in learning about data analytics driven clinical and cost effectiveness tools. I am also interested in automated administrative process solutions and EDI.

What are you passionate about outside the home and alternate site infusion industry?

Overall in work I am passionate about helping all types of providers and learning about new solutions and connecting people and organizations. Outside of work I really enjoy mountain biking, hiking, time at the beach, family, friends, faith and recently being a grandparent. Guilty pleasure is an afternoon nap after a mountain bike ride and house/yard/honey-do chores.

What is your superpower?

Being at the right place at the right time. Its more luck than a superpower. What can I say, I'm Irish.

What additional superpower would you like to have and why?

Emotional intelligence - with four daughters and being married for 33 years, it's more of a learned experience.


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