Healthcare THOUGHT LEADERS
Alan Hille has been in the insurance industry for more than 13 years and brings with him a robust knowledge of both commercial lines and personal lines ranging across many types of coverage and products. He started his career as a commercial underwriter for PACCAR Financial where he was underwriting fleet policies for large trucking companies with multi-million dollar equipment packages.
Dr. Wendy Lynch is the Co-Director of the Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care at the Altarum Institute. She serves as Co-Director of the Center for Consumer Choice in Health Care at the Altarum Institute and runs her own consulting firm. She also holds an adjunct position of Associate Professor at IUPUI in Indianapolis.
Kory Wells became involved with workers' compensation almost 20 years ago as one of the first programmers of ModMaster experience rating analysis software. A frequent speaker and published author in both professional and creative genres, she’s now a senior adviser for P&C technology with Zywave.
Donna Galer is a consultant, author and lecturer. She served as the chairwoman of the Spencer Educational Foundation from 2006-2010, following retirement after 17 years at Zurich Insurance. Galer is the author of two top selling ERM books. She is also a senior adviser for Hanover Stone Solutions.
David Axene started Axene Health Partners in 2003 after a successful career at Ernst & Young and Milliman & Robertson. He is an internationally recognized health consultant and is recognized as a strategist and thought leader in the insurance industry.
Richard is an actuary in the Chicago Casualty practice of Milliman. He joined the firm in 2002. Richard’s expertise in property and casualty primarily involves loss reserving and forecasting for self-insured clients in the area of medical malpractice and workers’ compensation liability. He also has extensive experience in commercial lines, including workers’ compensation, professional liability, general liability, auto liability, and property insurance.
Unique among actuaries, Fred Kilbourne has credentials and has practiced in virtually all actuarial areas, from auto to life insurance, and from prepaid vision care to defined benefit pension plans. He has been retained as an actuarial expert more than 100 times, including a dozen times by the Internal Revenue Service.