Paul H. Keckley is an independent health care industry analyst, policy expert and entrepreneur. He has successfully launched four health care companies and is in-demand as a speaker, regular contributor to national media coverage about health reform and industry trends. His primary focus is the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, its intended and unintended consequences, and the likelihood of Health Reform 2.0.
He writes a weekly health reform newsletter, The Keckley Report, a column for Health and Hospital Networks and has published three books and 250 articles. During the period preceding the passage of the Affordable Care Act, he facilitated sessions between White House Office of Health Reform sessions and major health industry trade groups as private sector input was sought in the legislation.
Dr. Keckley currently serves on the boards of the Ohio State University Medical Center, Healthcare Financial Management Leadership Council, and Lipscomb University College of Pharmacy. He is member of the Health Executive Network and advisor to the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington DC.He served as Executive Director of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions (2006-2013), executive leadership at Vanderbilt University Medical Center (1998-2006), Chief Executive Officer of PhyCor Management Corporation-the IPA Subsidiary of PhyCor Inc. (1994-1998) and Managing Partner of The Keckley Group, a health care research and policy analysis firm (1974-1994). He served as Independent Chairman of Interdent, a California dental practice management company (1992-1996) and as an Adjunct Professor in the Schools of Medicine, Business and Health Policy at Georgetown University and Vanderbilt University.
He completed his B.A.at Lipscomb University, MA and PhD degrees from Ohio State University, and a fellowship in economic policy at Oxford University. He resides in Nashville, Tennessee and enjoys golf, jogging, and the search for great coffee.
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• Health and Entitlement Reforms (Regulatory)
• Clinical Innovations that Disrupt Traditional Modes of Care
• Data-driven health care: the convergence of financial and clinical data
• Employer activism: the relentless pursuit of value and exit from ESI
• Plan Growth and Consolidation: new customers, new realities
• Consumerism: the buck stops at home
• New Competitors: Taking Advantage of the Industry’s Disruption
• Attitudes and Beliefs
• Expectations and Trade-Offs
• The intersections of cost containment pressures, competition from new entrants, clinical innovation, politics and the Affordable Care Act’s implementation through 2020: how will each sector respond, and what factors will determine winners and losers
• The status of the ACA’s implementation
• Two catalysts for disruptive change: employers seeking value and consumers forced to engage directly
• Speed traps for providers—physicians, hospitals, long term care providers: fraud and adherence to evidence-based medicine; business relationship transparency
• Realities for health insurers: new customers, consolidation, scrutiny, diversification
• Physician-Hospital Alignment
• Acute-Long-Term Care Integration
• Plan-Plan Consolidation
• Plan-Hospital Strategic Partnerships
• Emergent Niche Sectors
• OWAs (Other Weird Arrangements)
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