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WBL Webinar: Midterm Elections and What it Means for Healthcare
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When: November, 8, 2018
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Where: United States
Contact: Karoline Krekorian

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About the Webinar:
Whether you work for a health care provider, insurer, consumer organization, or are an employer, we’ll help you to “cut through the noise” and see what the midterm election results mean for health care costs and coverage.  We’ll cover many topics, including:

  • The future of the Affordable Care Act
  • Expectations for Medicaid
  • Changes to the insurance markets
  • Pharmaceutical regulations

About the Presenters:
Rosemarie Day, Founder and CEO, Day Health Strategies

Rosemarie Day is a health reform pioneer who has worked through the value chain of the health care industry, from start-ups to major corporations to government.  She has a passion for transforming organizations by connecting strategy to execution and developing strong teams.  She has led through uncertainty and handled crises calmly and effectively.  She works collaboratively with diverse groups to achieve groundbreaking results.  Her goals include improving access to health care in the US and making health care more consumer-focused and patient-centered.


Rosemarie has bridged gaps between the public, private and non-profit sectors throughout her career to develop new possibilities.  As a founding leader of the Health Connector in Massachusetts, Rosemarie played a significant role in launching the award-winning organization that established the first state-run health insurance exchange in the United States and brought the uninsured rate down to 2%, the lowest in the country. During her tenure, the Health Connector became a model for national health reform.

As the Founder & CEO of Day Health Strategies, she initially focused on implementing national health reform.  She built on her company’s early success and is now serving organizations that want to transform their approach to offering or delivering health care.  A nationally recognized expert in health reform and an accomplished leader, Rosemarie has advised numerous companies on their health reform and related strategies. 

Previously, Rosemarie served as Chief of Staff to the Dean of Harvard Kennedy School, where she helped to lead strategic planning and develop the leadership to grow the school in a new direction.  She also served as the Chief Operating Officer for the Massachusetts Medicaid program, a $6 billion state agency covering more than 1 million members, where she led strategic change and improved overall performance on major projects and daily operations.  She honed her fiscal skills through several senior level positions, including Assistant Secretary for Administration & Finance, as well as Budget Director for the Department of Transitional Assistance, a $1 billion state agency.

Rosemarie shares her experience through teaching, writing, and advising.  She holds a faculty appointment at Northeastern's D'Amore-McKim School of Business, guest lectures at the Harvard School of Public Health, and has served as a Visiting Fellow at the McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.  She has authored several articles on health reform and leading strategic change and is currently working on a book on health reform.  She has served as a Senior Advisor to other consulting firms, including McKinsey and Health Management Associates.  

Rosemarie holds an MPP from Harvard’s Kennedy School and an AB from Stanford University.  She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts with her husband and their three children.  She is an active volunteer in the Somerville Public Schools, a diverse urban district, and is currently serving on the Healey School Site Council where she champions off-site learning opportunities for all children.

Sarah Matousek, PhD, MPH, Senior Consultant, Day Health Strategies
Sarah Matousek brings more than 13 years of healthcare and research experience. Her expertise includes strategic planning/implementation, change management, health reform, data and analytics, quantitative and qualitative research, operations, and program development. Her work at DHS includes a broad range of projects in multiple healthcare sectors. With a dedicated team, Sarah is currently leading the planning and implementation effort for a large Model A MassHealth ACO, redesigning care management for a major provider network and evaluating primary care/behavioral health integration efforts for a public agency in Massachusetts. Recently she helped a transforming behavioral health company manage through some significant organizational challenges. She also recently helped the team with a detailed analysis and recommendations for the new secretary for EOHHS in Rhode Island.

A former academic neuroscientist, Sarah currently teaches courses on the ACA and the US Healthcare System at Boston University. Sarah also holds an affiliate faculty position with Atul Gawande’s Ariadne Labs at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital and the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.

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