November 10, 2016
In November 2016, LLR brought together more than 70 thought leaders and senior operators for discussion and networking around critical healthcare industry topics. Held just days after the 2016 election, the Healthcare Summit was designed to leverage attendees’ collective insight post-election cycle to assess trends in reimbursement, technology innovation and the future of healthcare reform under a Trump administration.
The annual event was created as a way for members of LLR’s extensive network – including portfolio management teams and other healthcare CEOs, seasoned operating advisors and industry influencers – to share knowledge and expand their networks. Each year the agenda and speakers are chosen to reflect critical issues impacting business growth.
“With our healthcare industry at such a critical junction, we believe our role is to go beyond investing capital and deliver additional resources, education and introductions that can help companies navigate the current environment,” said Scott Perricelli, partner at LLR. “We collaborate across our network to provide guidance to business leaders so they can focus on growth in the ever-changing healthcare landscape.”
Topics and Speakers:
The Impact of the Presidential Election on Healthcare: Russell Sullivan, Partner, McGuireWoods
Former staff director for the Senate Finance Committee
Spokesperson on frontier strategic and clinical best practices
Panel: Trends in Healthcare Reimbursement
- Amy Jensen Cunniffe, Principal, Washington Council, Ernst & Young
- Dr. A. Craig Hillemeier, CEO, Hershey Medical Center
- Patrick Blair, Chief Marketing & Consumer Officer, Anthem
- Bryan Cote, Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group
Networking & Dinner at The Rodin Museum
Dinner the evening before at The Rodin Museum