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Position
Co-founder and Collaboration Leader
Company
National Institute of Collaborative Healthcare
Location
Greenville South Carolina        UNITED STATES
Bio
Dr. Randy Vogenberg, Principal, Institute for Integrated Healthcare; and Co-Founder, National Institute of Collaborative Healthcare (NICH); is a U.S.health care expert on health-system delivery & economics, and health related solution innovation research. His broad hospital and managed care expertise includes current or future trends around financing, market excellence, and benefit management or design. Through NICH, he drives disruption for health innovation, incubation and implementation. www.nich-online.com. He is the Co-Project Leader for the National Employer Biologics & Specialty Pharmacy Initiative through the Midwest Business Group on Health. Use link for more information at www.specialtyrxtoolkit.com. A leader in & highly requested speaker on applied health systems research, he is an author of programs or books on self-funded health benefits, managed markets, hospitals, & integrated medical-pharmacy benefit management. A founder of firms that provide a relational view of key market stakeholders, he has co-founded ACCESS MARKET INTELLIGENCE (AMI) that also provides insights into benefit advisors, employers, health systems, specialty pharmacy, and health plans/PBMs. www.accessmarketintell.com His academic relationships include having been a Senior Fellow at the Jefferson School of Population Health. Currently is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Rhode Island CoP & Presbyterian SoP as well as an adjunct at the Univ.of Illinois CoP. Specialties: Managed Markets, Employers & benefit advisors; hospitals, health-systems; B-to-B coalitions; Health benefit coverage, medical and pharmacy benefits, insurance, finance; hospital economics and finance; health care and pharmaceutical economics; health policy; manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, biologics, diagnostics, devices, and medical equipment; education and strategic business perspectives on U.S. health care.