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Transforming Medicare Advantage into a Strategic Asset

Sheppard Mullin Chicago

Registration & Breakfast
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Three First National Plaza
70 West Madison Street, 48th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602

Medicare Advantage represents a market segment poised for continued growth, even when the only certainty in the market is uncertainty. Health systems, in particular, are well positioned to increase share in Medicare Advantage; however, execution risk can also be high. Join us as our experts discuss strategies for provider-sponsored plans to capitalize on the Medicare Advantage opportunity.

Please join us for breakfast as we cover the following topics:

  • Why does Medicare Advantage continue to be an attractive market segment in an uncertain environment?
  • Is it the right time to enter the Medicare Advantage health plan market?
  • How does Medicare Advantage fit into my senior market strategy for Medicare patients?
  • Real world experience from Providence Health Plan
  • What is the playbook for starting a Medicare Advantage health plan?
  • How can I align the operating model with my strategic objectives?


  • Jack Friedman, Former SVP Accountable Care Services & Payer Relations, Providence Health & Services and Former CEO, Providence Health Plan
  • Eric Klein, Partner and Healthcare Team Leader, Sheppard Mullin
  • Cary Badger, Principal, HealthScape Advisors

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Attendees should be C-suite executives from Illinois hospitals or healthcare organizations. To register for this complimentary program, please follow the link below:


Questions? Contact Chelsea Ross via email or at 202.747.3269

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