2022 Direct-To-Employer Summit Join our May 5th virtual event to learn direct-contracting best practices from health systems and employers.

Join like-minded executives in a thought-provoking discussion on current and future opportunities for provider-driven employer healthcare strategies.


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Rule of Three and First Choice Health are excited to announce the next Direct-to-Employer Summit will be held Thursday, May 5, 2022. The discussion will address the major issues, considerations, and challenges health systems face when deploying a "Direct-to-Employer" strategy. The Summit is designed to also explore, through best practices and shared experiences, how health systems can improve and successfully manage a sustainable direct-contracting model that attracts more commercial customers.


We open this year's summit showcasing an interactive discussion with two industry-leading early adopters of direct-contracting:  Bruce K. Muma, MD, FACP, President & CEO, Henry Ford Physician Network & ACO, Henry Ford Health System, and Sheila Savageau, Global Health & Well-being Leader, General Motors.

The session will focus on best practices in developing strong employer-provider direct contracting partnerships, including:

  • Lessons learned from the General Motors / Henry Ford Health System partnership over the last three years
  • Latest update on performance of the value-based agreement
  • Insights into creating a sustainable healthcare model that best serves employees / patients without sacrificing quality or choice

Followed by an exclusive fireside chat, conversation and Q&A with CEO, Morgan Health, Dan Mendelson. 


 RSVP and/or Questions: [email protected]

Thursday, May 5, 2022

8am PT - 10:30am PT (11am ET - 1:30pm ET)


  1. Dan Mendelson

    CEO, Morgan Health

    Dan Mendelson oversees a business unit at JPMorgan Chase focused on accelerating the delivery of new care models that improve the quality, equity and affordability of employer-sponsored healthcare. He was previously Founder and CEO of Avalere Health, a healthcare advisory company based in Washington DC, and also served as Operating Partner at Welsh Carson, a private equity firm. Before founding Avalere, Mendelson served as associate director for Health at the Office of Management and Budget in the Clinton White House. He currently serves on the boards of Vera Whole Health and Champions Oncology (CSBR), and is an adjunct professor at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. He previously served on the boards of Coventry Healthcare, HMS Holdings, Pharmerica, Partners in Primary Care, Centrexion, and Audacious Inquiry.

  2. Bruce K. Muma, MD, FACP

    President & CEO, Henry Ford Physician Network & ACO, Henry Ford Health System

    Bruce K. Muma serves as the Chief Medical Officer of the Henry Ford Physician Network. In May 2019, he assumed the roles of HFPN President and CEO, after serving in an interim capacity in those roles since 2017. Dr. Muma leads the network's clinical integration efforts, which includes monitoring clinical performance and developing clinical support programs to advance the HFPN's value-based delivery model of a high-performance physician network. Dr. Muma received his medical education at Wayne State University and completed a combined residency in internal medicine and pediatrics at Henry Ford Hospital. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Physicians.

  3. Sheila Savageau

    Global Health & Well-Being Leader, General Motors


    Sheila Savageau is the U.S. Healthcare Leader at General Motors. Savageau has been with General Motors since November 2013 and is responsible for U.S. healthcare benefits plan design strategy and policy for hourly and salaried employees. She has been instrumental in establishing and executing the healthcare benefits strategy for General Motors and managing over $1B in annual expense. An advocate for improving experience, engagement and efficiencies across the healthcare industry, Savageau is an active member of other employer coalitions, including National Business Group on Health, the ERISA Industry Committee and American Benefits Council. Prior to joining General Motors, Savageau spent nine years at Ingersoll Rand leading strategy, design and implementation of new initiatives and managing benefits programs for 60,000 employees globally.

 C-Suite Executives from hospitals, health systems, and provider organizations  

 All levels of experience regarding DTE  

 All regions of the U.S.  


Invite-only attendance will be limited to 40 organizations to maximize interactive participation. No more than two individuals from one organization may participate.

Virtual meeting (Zoom)

Opening and closing keynote presentations

Interactive and moderated breakout sessions of small groups

Pre and post summit materials for attendees


Please RSVP to [email protected] by April 20, 2022.

We invite you to include your mailing address to receive an appreciation gift.