Presenter: Dr. Rubin Pillay, Assistant Dean, School of Medicine, and Chief Innovation Officer, Health System, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Host: Stephen Lance, Senior Vice President and Business Unit Leader, Employer, Benefitfocus
Over the coming decades, humanity will encounter some of the greatest transitions any generation has ever had to face. Technological disruption is reshaping every part of our lives… every business, every industry, every society, even what it means to be “human.”
Exponential technologies are on the cusp of solving some of humanity’s biggest challenges and healthcare is set to be one of the chief beneficiaries. We are already in the midst of this medical revolution driven by the convergence of exponential hardware, software, communication and biomedical technologies.
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Rubin Pillay, Ph.D., is a medical futurist and professor of healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship in the Collat School of Business and the assistant dean for global health innovation in the School of Medicine. He is a family physician and clinical pharmacologist who holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration, MBA, and M.S. in Health Management. He has extensive international teaching and consulting experience and has published widely in the field of strategic health leadership. His current work focuses on the role of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in the transformation of health and healthcare. He is the editor in chief of the Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Health.
Stephen Lance currently leads Benefitfocus’ Employer Business Unit and is responsible for the strategic, operational, and financial performance for the employer, public sector and consumer market segments. Lance previously served Benefitfocus as VP of Solution Engineering, leading technical sales function across all Benefitfocus market segments and product offerings. His twelve-year tenure has focused on evolving and aligning the Benefitfocus product and services suite to achieve the business outcomes desired by prospects and customers. He has a combined 25 years of experience in healthcare operations, technology consulting, and cloud software. Lance holds a Bachelor of Science in health care administration from Appalachian State University, Master of Health Care Administration from Georgia State University, and a Master of Business Administration in finance from Georgia State University.
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