Breakfast with Roundtable Discussions
Join the following companies for a roundtable discussion over breakfast:
Where Should You Locate Your New Clinic? The Important Role Data and Visualization Tools Play in the Real Estate Conversation
-Matthew A. Coursen, Senior Managing Director, Mid-Atlantic Healthcare
While most healthcare companies utilize some form of analytics in their strategic process, very few integrate property data with healthcare metrics, PHI and population demographics to predictively model the future performance of a clinical facility. JLL will lead a thoughtful discussion around how to build these data-driven strategies for healthcare organizations of all sizes.
Payers and Providers, Teaming up to Improve Access
–Michael Morgan, Vice President, Payor Programs and Network Development
Enhancing Organizational Improvement Capabilities: A Multi-Modal Approach to Engaging and Empowering Teams
–Desty Kamm, RN, BSN, MS (HQPS)
–Jenifer Cartland, Ph.D.
To achieve the promise of the most effective Healthcare of Tomorrow, new methods are needed for care improvement. In order to enhance improvement at our organization we have established an Improvement Scholars Course, conducted a Quality Improvement Writers club and implemented logic model development for projects. We will discuss an organizational strategy to build knowledge around improvement science and to foster engagement and alignment among interdisciplinary teams through workforce development and training.
Does Your Buying Process Support Speed to Market?
In today’s world, opening facilities faster is critical to the financial outcomes of a health system, but competing priorities can be a roadblock to speed. This discussion will focus on balancing competing decisions to create an atmosphere designed to promote speed when opening a new facility.
Patient Acquisition in the New Age of Patient Discovery: Do You Really Know What Your Patients Need?
–Carrie Liken, Head of Industry, Healthcare
The benefit of using digital tools to drive patient acquisition is that you gain valuable data via search queries that point to what patients are looking for and what they need with respect to their care. Do you know what your patients need and are you marketing to them to fulfill those needs? 98% of health system websites cannot answer the questions patients are asking about their care, which means they could potentially opt to work with a competitor and leave your system for good. Learn ways to identify how to marry where you need to drive patient volume with answering the questions based on what patients need — which leads to better patient acquisition and patient experience.
Telehealth is Health
–Ann Mond Johnson, CEO, American Telemedicine Association
As increasing numbers of patients turn to digital tools to access health care, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) is working to ensure that the industry is ready to deliver. Ann Mond Johnson, CEO of the American Telemedicine Association, will host a highly-interactive discussion about how virtual care and telehealth are transforming the way care is delivered, as well as the questions and concerns health care executives have as they make their own forays into digital health deliver.