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July 14, 2020, 4 – 5 PM EDT

Access the SLIDES & RECORDING for this executive roundtable

Join this interactive and exclusive executive roundtable where national payer representatives will discuss anticipated payer response to telehealth supports as the nation reopens to the new post-crisis normal. Is telehealth here to stay? What restrictions are likely to re-appear and what will be forever changed? Payers—regional, national, and across the public sector and commercial sector—will share their perspective on the impact of COVID-19 on behavioral health utilization, changes made to support consumers and provider organizations during the era of social distancing, and anticipated response through the remainder of 2020 and into the future. Payers will also share ongoing measures to support and promote telehealth, such as consumer cost-sharing waivers and reimbursement for telehealth services not previously supported prior to COVID-19.

Join us for a dialogue with the payers—be prepared to go on camera. Mark your calendar for July 14 at 4 pm EDT and RSVP (use the form on the right) to get the Zoom link. Send your questions for the OPEN MINDS consulting team ahead of time—just email us at info@openminds.com.


Featured Speakers

Deborah Adler, Senior Associate, OPEN MINDS

Deb Adler has more than 20 years of experience in executive health care roles, serving in a variety of capacities including network executive, quality management executive, and chief operating officer. Her consultant work with OPEN MINDS spans a broad range of customers (provider organizations, payers, and government programs) and topics, including collaborative care models/medical behavioral integration; provider network functions– contracting, network designs/tiering, recruitment, telehealth network implementation; and strategic planning. In addition, Ms. Adler has a special interest in helping technology-enabled providers in “go-to-market” strategize and streamline network functions.

Kathleen Mahieu, Director of Digital Product Innovation & Strategic Partnerships, Aetna Mental Wellbeing

Kathleen Mahieu is responsible for strategy and innovation for Aetna Mental Wellbeing. Within the business, Kathleen works to design, refine, and implement creative solutions that improve the member experience, expand access to care, broaden integrated medical/behavioral solutions, and improve health outcomes. Ms. Mahieu leads Aetna Mental Wellbeing’s digital strategy with an emphasis on strategic partnerships that differentiate and advance innovation and transformation in behavioral health care delivery; oversees behavioral health product development and market and consumer insights that inform and guide innovation; and facilitates plan sponsor and provider leadership forums to collaborate on new products, solutions, and approaches that promote the delivery of quality behavioral health care.

Sean Schreiber, Executive Vice President, Network & Community Health, Alliance Health

Sean Schreiber is currently the EVP of Network and Community Health with Alliance Health, a regional Medicaid Behavioral Health Managed Care Organization. Prior to his current role, he served as the organization’s Chief Clinical Officer. Before that, Sean served as the Director of Program Development for two large behavioral health provider organizations and was responsible for implementing new programs for youth with complex needs and adults with mental illness and substance use disorders. He has served as a consultant with a national payer and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor.

Amy Pearlman, Vice President, Clinical Provider Strategy, Beacon Health Options

Amy Pearlman oversees a national team of clinical staff who seek to engage providers in collaboration to improve Clinical and Quality outcomes for those who receive Behavioral Health care through the analysis of trends in aggregate data patterns. Ms. Pearlman also plays a leadership role in developing trainings, including Beacon’s national opioid strategy initiative in response to the current opioid crisis. Ms. Pearlman has transitioned between provider and payer settings over the course of her career to develop her clinical skills and maximize her empathy of provider experience, with the mission of aligning perspectives around a shared focus and goal to improve healthcare for individuals and families. Ms. Pearlman has a Master of Social Work degree from Smith College School for Social Work, where she later served an adjunct professor.

Roberta Montemayor, Director, Telemental Health Innovation for Network Strategy Optum Behavioral Health

Roberta Montemayor is responsible for the development, maintenance, and servicing of Optum’s innovative Telemental Health network, and works with both internal and external customers in leveraging Optum’s industry-leading Telemental Health program to enhance and augment access to quality care for our Optum members via telemedicine. Roberta has over 25 years in the managed care industry, focusing on network development, provider contracting, and provider relations. Ms. Montemayor was a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Ursinus College with a B.S. degree in psychology and biology, focusing on neurobiology and neuropsych research.

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