COVID-19 has disrupted health care delivery in numerous ways. We’ll explore the latest technologies and tools deployed by health care providers to respond more quickly and efficiently. We will discuss the innovative solutions, lessons learned and long-term implications of this pandemic on the health care system. How has this fast-spreading virus upended traditional care delivery models? How can all stakeholders improve patient health outcomes while operating more efficiently and within fiscal constraints? We’ll bring together leaders in health care to discuss care during and post-COVID-19.
June 25 - Thursday
What is the Next Era in Care Delivery?
Care delivery continues to evolve as consumer needs take center stage. Remote care, virtual visits, telehealth, home infusions and mobile health expand access for patients and empower providers, especially during the Coronavirus pandemic. What impact will new care delivery models have on the traditional frameworks which emphasized physical spaces? How will these new delivery models influence the spectrum of care from preventative to wellness to managing chronic conditions? We’ll discuss the outlook as new trends and disruptions arise.
Amy P. Abernethy, M.D., Ph.D.
Principal Deputy Commissioner of Food and Drugs, FDA
Mei Wa Kwong
Executive Director, Center for Connected Health Policy
Michelle Fay Cortez
Medical Science and Tech Reporter, Bloomberg
Leveraging Technology for New Care Models
New care delivery models coupled with the latest tools and technologies generate vast amounts of data. Monitoring devices such as wearable technology provide an array of real-time patient stats. However, data within the healthcare system is often fragmented and prohibits a transparent and connected experience for patient consumers. How can we leverage predictive analytics and machine learning to improve patient engagement and health outcomes while containing costs for both providers and patients? How can the healthcare system connect stakeholders more efficiently? We’ll discuss how providers can integrate data-driven technology into their business plans.
Amy P. Abernethy, M.D., Ph.D.Principal Deputy Commissioner of Food and Drugs FDA
Barb EdsonChief Marketing Officer OptumInsight
Sanji FernandoSenior Vice President, AI and Analytics Platforms Optum Enterprise Analytics
Mari GreenbergerSenior Director of Informatics Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
Mei Wa KwongExecutive Director Center for Connected Health Policy
Michelle Fay CortezMedical Science and Tech Reporter Bloomberg
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