On August 3rd, The Millennium Alliance Healthcare Providers & Payers Transformation Virtual Assembly kicks off with a keynote address from Jeff Immelt, Former CEO at General Electric. Immelt is a longtime leader in healthcare skilled with innovating and creating change during times of crisis. He’s been recognized by Barron’s as a “World’s Best CEO” three times, and served as a chairman for the “President’s Council on Jobs & Competitiveness” during the Obama administration. He has deep experience in the healthcare industry as a payor, innovator, investor and policy advisor. He is currently a Venture Partner for New Enterprise Associates (NEA), an organization helping founders build successful companies that improve the way we live.
In his keynote address, Immelt will share what’s next for providers and payers, the newfound importance of digital transformation for healthcare 2.0, and he will address any questions from the audience during a live Q/A session. Interested in learning from one the most influential voices in leadership & healthcare? Go here to request an invitation to the virtual assembly!
About Jeff Immelt
Jeff Immelt joined NEA in 2018 as a Venture Partner on both the technology and healthcare investing teams. He is the author of HOT SEAT, a memoir of leadership in times of crisis.
Jeff served as chairman and CEO of GE for 16 years where he revamped the company’s strategy, global footprint, workforce and culture. During his tenure, he led several innovative transformations that doubled industrial earnings, reshaped the portfolio, re-established market leadership, grew a strong share position in essential industries, and quadrupled emerging market revenue.
Jeff has been named one of the “World’s Best CEOs” three times by Barron’s. During his tenure as CEO, GE was named “America’s Most Admired Company” by Fortune magazine and one of “The World’s Most Respected Companies” in polls by Barron’s and the Financial Times. He has received fifteen honorary degrees and numerous awards for business leadership and chaired the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness under the Obama administration.
Jeff earned a B.A. degree in applied mathematics from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from Harvard University. He currently serves on the board for NEA portfolio companies Bloom Energy, Bright Health, Cleo, Collective Health, Desktop Metal, Formlabs, Radiology Partners, Tri Alpha Energy, and Tuya. In addition, he is on the board of Sila Nanotechnologies, Hennessy Capital, and Twilio. Jeff is a member of The American Academy of Arts & Sciences. He and his wife have one daughter.