A pleasure to welcome Brian Kim, Senior Vice President, Business Development and Marketing, ikaSystems, to today’s show! ikaSystems helps health plans of all sizes transform how they serve their customers.
When it comes to payers, why don’t we talk more about “the total cost of ownership?”
A discussion around the massive shift towards the individual…
What are the major market trends that are driving the transformation in payers’ strategies?
How does the profile of a payer today differ from 20 years ago?
Describe how a technology solution can either enable a payer or prevent it from succeeding today.
How are ikaSystems’ customers leveraging modern solutions to lead the transformational shift of the healthcare industry?
If a health plan realizes it is at risk of being left behind, what would you advise that the plan do?
About Brian Kim:
Brian Kim leads the company’s product and business expansion efforts, including product management, product partnerships, marketing, and corporate development. Mr. Kim brings to the organization over 20 years of healthcare experience, with expertise in client management, strategy, and translation of strategy into operational results.
Prior to joining ikaSystems, Mr. Kim led the data licensing business and aspects of business development at Medco Health Solutions, Inc. There he specialized in identifying new partnership and acquisition opportunities to support the core business, including the $730 million acquisition of United Biosource. Before joining Medco, Mr. Kim held account management and business development roles at software and healthcare organizations. At NaviNet, Inc., he was vice president of partner management and director of business development, ensuring and raising high levels of client service, customer satisfaction, and profitability for the company.
Mr. Kim graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a degree in biomedical engineering.
He is a former marketing strategist, national political operative, and lobbyist.
Todd has published five books, writes a business + lifestyle column, is a distance runner, and lives in Chicago with his wife Stephanie + family.