9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.
Healthcare’s Report Card:
How Well Are We Serving the Needs of Patients Across the Life Cycle
How well is the healthcare industry serving the needs of girls and women—from members of Generation Z, and young, stay-at-home mothers, to C-Suite executives in their ‘40s and recently retired seniors?
Women tend not to put their lives in boxes. They seek the same experiences from healthcare that they get from the best airlines, restaurants, retail stores or hotels. They rely on interactive digital channels like telehealth, wearables and mobile devices and want more options, access, and convenience than ever before. And they have renewed power to choose from among traditional providers, retail clinics, urgent care centers, and virtual care.
Join us as we explore how healthcare cares for girls and women. Among the issues we plan to discuss:
How healthcare fails and succeeds at supporting girls and women at varied stages of the life-cycle
The design and deploy consumer-centric models that meet the needs of girls and women
Improving women’s access to care by integrating digital and mobile technologies
Creating a culture that honors, respects and responds to the healthcare needs of women consumers
Identifying emerging trends for women healthcare consumers
The impact and changing nature of women healthcare consumers as healthcare brokers and decision makers across generations
The differences between and within generations of women—Generation Z vs. Millennials vs. Generation X vs. Baby Boomers
Vice President of Public Policy
Planned Parenthood Federation of America/ Planned Parenthood Action Fund
As vice president of Public Policy, Emily oversees Planned Parenthood’s policy and advocacy work on health care delivery issues and leads strategic initiatives and campaigns to protect and expand access to sexual and reproductive health care. In her role, Emily also focuses on ensuring that women’s health is prioritized in policy and advocacy circles, and she leads Planned Parenthood’s work to center sexual and reproductive health in broader health care system transformation initiatives – leveraging policy savvy, operations experts, and business strategists to make gains in achieving health equity for sexual and reproductive health care.
Melissa Davis, MD, MBA
Yale University, School of Medicine
Anne Klibanski, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Davis is assistant professor in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, Emergency Radiology section, where she serves as section chief. She completed her BA in Chemistry and Psychology at Wellesley College. In 2009 she received her medical degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. Subsequently she completed a Diagnostic Radiology residency and a Neuroradiology fellowship at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Davis obtained her MBA in 2017 from Yale University with a focus in healthcare management. Melissa’s academic areas of interest include organizational change and innovation within the healthcare space.
Dr. Klibanski is the Laurie Carrol Guthart professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and serves as the chief academic officer and chief executive officer at Partners HealthCare, and the academic dean for Partners HealthCare at Harvard Medical School. She is a nationally recognized expert in the field of translational research focusing on rare endocrine diseases. Her management responsibilities include personalized medicine, Clinical Trials Office, Partner’s commercialization, licensing and venture arm, research data science/digital health and research subject protection. She is an elected member of the Association of American Physicians and the American Society of Clinical Investigation; recipient of the Clinical Endocrinology Trust Medal – British Endocrine Society and the Endocrine Society Clinical Investigator Award.
Barbara McAneny, MD
Immediate Past President
American Medical Association
Dr. McAneny is a board-certified medical oncologist/hematologist from Albuquerque, N.M., became the 173rd president of the American Medical Association in June 2018. She has been a member of the AMA Board of Trustees since June 2010, serving as its chair in 2015–2016. Dr. McAneny is a fellow and former member of the board of directors of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), a master of the American College of Physicians, and a past president of the New Mexico Medical Society (NMMS), the Greater Albuquerque Medical Association and the New Mexico chapter of the American College of Physicians.