How biometric data can help health plans close the information gap

Monday, April 19th, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CT

Biometric or remote patient monitoring not only offers greater convenience for healthcare consumers, but has the potential to enable earlier interventions, improve engagement and compliance, and generate novel data that can, in turn, drive a more personalized experience. But traditionally, health plans have not played a central role in collecting, leveraging and owning this powerful data.

In this strategic discussion designed especially for health plans, we will discuss:

  • Why health plans are uniquely positioned to integrate biometrics into their digital health strategy
  • How the right remote monitoring strategy can position organizations to differentiate their brand
  • A framework for assessing, designing and implementing a biometric monitoring strategy




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Susan Beaton

VP, Health Plan Strategy, Wellframe

Susan is an innovative and collaborative healthcare industry executive with a passion for engaging consumers outside the four walls of health care. She offers over 25 years of experience as a clinical nurse leader and health plan executive, coming to Wellframe from Blue Cross Blue Shield Nebraska where she was VP of Care Management, Provider Services and Risk. Susan’s direct experience in the clinical and payer arena help teams reimagine the way they can support their members while yielding incredible value.

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Rachel Daricek

Senior Director, Product Marketing, Wellframe

Rachel Daricek is a strategy and marketing executive focused on using tech to improve healthcare. Rachel brings 20 years of experience across marketing & strategy, customer success & sales, and operational excellence. Prior to joining Wellframe, Rachel held VP of Marketing roles at TetraScience and Lux Research. Before that, Rachel spent nearly 7 years with QuantiaMD (acquired by Physicians Interactive and re-branded as Aptus Health, now owned by WebMD) in a variety of roles, most notably leading commercial product strategy and customer success. Rachel holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MEM (Masters of Engineering Management) in Product Innovation and Design from the Kellogg School of Management/McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University.