December: CVS Kidney Care

JUNE_2020-RSE_Industry_Spotlight_Program_General_BannersApril_2020-RSE_Industry_Spotlight_Program-General-1007x152_jpg.jpg

Disrupting the kidney care ecosystem: innovative solutions for early
identification, proactive disease management, and home-first treatment options


Tuesday, December 8, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET


Join us to learn how CVS Kidney Care is working to change how the industry approaches care for individuals living with kidney disease.

CVS Kidney Care programs focus on early identification, to be a partner to you and your patients with engagement and support to delay the progression of the disease, and provide the education and counseling to prepare individuals for next steps - like transplant or dialysis - to enable more planned starts with disease progression. It has been known for many years that more frequent, longer dialysis improves patient outcomes, which can realistically only be delivered in the home. As a home-first provider, CVS Kidney Care is focused on developing programs and services to support patients in successfully starting and staying on home therapies. They are also exploring ways to innovate how to deliver home dialysis differently, with technology in clinical trials aimed to make home dialysis accessible to more individuals.   

Hear from CVS Kidney Care experts on the innovative initiatives they are taking to transform the approach to the treatment of kidney disease through early identification, disease management, and a commitment to make home dialysis easier to manage and accessible to more patients.

Register_Today-Button_NoBckrd.png





Sponsored by:

CVS_Kidneycare_reg_rgb_redblk.jpg
About the Presenters

Bruce Culleton, M.D. 
Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, CVS Kidney Care

Bruce Culleton provides medical oversight and guidance to all strategic initiatives for CVS Kidney Care. Before joining CVS Health in 2017, he spent more than 10 years in the medical device industry in a variety of global medical affairs and clinical development roles. He has also worked as an academic nephrologist and has published more than 100 scientific papers related to chronic kidney disease, dialysis and clinical practice guidelines.

Bruce received his medical degree and fellowship diplomas in internal medicine and nephrology from the Royal College of Canada. He also earned a fellowship diploma in clinical epidemiology from the Framingham Heart Study and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Michael Vollmer 
Head of Operations, CVS Kidney Care

Michael Vollmer serves as the Head of Operations for CDVS Kidney Care, providing broad strategic guidance and operational oversight of portfolio products and services. Before joining CVS Kidney Care, Michael served as Division Vice President at Davita, managing kidney dialysis operations in the Missouri and Arkansas markets where he oversaw the P&L for 83 clinical programs. Prior to DaVita, Michael served as the Director, Innovations Accelerator Team, at Ascension where he led a nationwide launch and operationalization of the first synchronous Online Care capability of any hospital system in the United States, and launched a nationwide healthcare finance and travel company.

Michael received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Business School.   He also attended the U.S. Naval Academy (USNA).


* Non-NRAA Members have access to NRAA Education Station (online courses,) but may pay a higher fee per course and are required to register as a Webinar Attendee first. Webinar Attendees do not receive member pricing for courses or any other NRAA Member Benefits.

To join as a NRAA Member or as a Webinar Attendee, click here.