About this Webinar
August 2nd, 2022 @ 1:00 PM EST – RethinkFutures team provides a look into how technology solutions can enable health plans to address not only the triple aim, but also the quadruple and quintuple aims to support and benefit those receiving care, providing care, and authorizing care as it relates to Applied Behavior Analysis services for the autism population.
Attendees will be privy to an open panel discussion between Board Certified Behavior Analysts and a Strategic Collaborator who have experienced the gaps between utilization and care management, strategic innovation, and health disparities.
- Learn about all 5 aims in detail
- Discuss how the aims relate to autism treatment and population health
- Discover various technology solutions available
About the Speakers
Kathye Gorosh, MBA, CSSGB, CSM,
Strategic Collaborator // Non-Profit & Executive Leader
Kathye Gorosh, MBA, CSSGB, CSM: offers 30 years of innovative and collaborative executive leadership with a demonstrated track record with not-for-profit, health, and social service agencies. Kathye has earned a reputation for solid business acumen with a focus on strategic innovation and program integration and social determinants of health. She excels in leading major organizational change, establishing highly efficient infrastructure and operational processes, building consensus among diverse networks, and leading innovation to ensure organizational sustainability and growth with a focus on health and racial equity. Kathye has extensive experience with complex health conditions at the systems level which has deepened due to changes and challenges to the field –especially health disparities and inequities in disenfranchised and underserved populations. She has developed and executed third-party payer contracts including new lines of business with managed care organizations.
Dana D’Ambrosio, MS, BCBA, LBA
Dana D’Ambrosio leads Clinical Development for RethinkFutures. She is a New York state licensed and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. She brings over a decade of clinical knowledge, with experience spanning from direct patient care in various treatment settings to utilization and care management within the payor realm. She specializes in the creation and enhancement of technology solutions utilized by providers and health plans, to ensure best practice, high quality, coordinated care and streamlined review processes for all parties. She received a BS from the University of Central Florida and an MS degree in Counseling, specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis, from Nova Southeastern University.