Aetna’s chief medical officer did not mince words when he addressed a group of industry stakeholders yesterday at a White House roundtable. “The delivery and coordination of health care services in America must change,” said Lonny Reisman, M.D., Aetna's chief medical officer. As part of a White House Business Council and Business Forward's Roundtable Discussion on health information technology issues, Dr. Reisman encouraged further, rapid innovation in the development of health technology.

The roundtable, "America's Innovation Economy: Health IT in Hartford," was part of the Winning the Future Roundtable with American Businesses series. A year after The Affordable Care Act became law, the issues surrounding delivery of health care have taken center stage as participants from the provider, payer and vendor communities struggle to adequately address health care delivery problems.

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