Don Antonucci Leaders in Health Care

Recognizing the 2016 Leaders in Health Care

By Don Antonucci, President, Regence BlueShield | February 29, 2016

Technology continues to advance, shaping the health care industry and the patient experience. On Thursday, February 26th, Regence was the proud presenting sponsor at Seattle Business Magazine’s Leaders in Health Care Awards.  Eighteen individuals and companies were recognized not only for their passion for change and their vision of better patient care, but also how they’re harnessing the power of technology to tackle issues in the health care industry.

I represented Regence at these awards and discussed how Regence aims to transform, collaborate, and simplify the customer experience while containing cost. I later published a post reflecting on the evening and outlining how Regence is working to change the way health care is delivered.

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