The Roundstone Medical Captive Forum will take place on May 10-11, 2017. The Forum will kick off with an evening reception to be followed by a full day of informative sessions presented by dynamic speakers. Here are a few of the highlights:
Our Keynote presenter, John O’Leary, is a #1 national best-selling author and sought-after, inspiring speaker. In 1987, John O’Leary was a curious nine-year-old boy. Playing with fire and gasoline, John created a massive explosion in his home and was burned on 100% of his body. John was originally expected to die, but has ultimately made his career showing others how to truly live. John inspires over 50,000 people each year at events across the world. John’s first book ON FIRE: The 7 Choices to Ignite a Radically Inspired Life was an instant #1 National Bestseller. John is a contributor for The Huffington Post and Parade Magazine website and has an online community of over 75,000 participants.
Ziad Rubaie also presented at our previous Forum and we are excited to have him back to share his wealth of knowledge on the pharmacy industry. As Senior Vice President of Sales at LDI Integrated Pharmacy Services, Ziad plays a role in all aspects of new business and implementations. He is also responsible for developing and establishing strategic partnerships with retail and wholesale channels and developing value through PBM services opportunities and partnerships. Prior to LDI, Ziad served as Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Essex Dental & Vision Benefits.
Mary Catherine Person will be on hand to present Program Design. Mary Catherine joined us at our last Forum and was very well received by attendees, so we’re pleased to have her back. Mary Catherine brings a wealth of experience to the session. She currently serves as President for HealthSCOPE Benefits. In this capacity, she is responsible for claims administration, customer service, sales and account management for the organization. Prior to her employment with HealthSCOPE Benefits, Mary Catherine worked for the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy where she gained extensive background in the issues of rural health and the problems employers and providers face in those areas.