About the Virtual Session

Healthcare organizations, government agencies, payers and every other stakeholder are working in collaboration to fight the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We are at crossroads where there is no going back to using age-old technologies. Healthcare organizations are struggling to follow their patients and their needs across various care settings. In the middle of this crisis, how has the concept of “healthcare with no address” evolved from the nice futuristic idea to being critical to the future of the industry?

Join industry leaders Stephen K. Klasko MD, MBA, President and CEO, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, and Jonathan Bush, Executive Chairman at Firefly Health, as they discuss the new age of healthcare in the post-pandemic era powered by advanced technologies and virtual care.

You will learn

  • The current state of healthcare in terms of managing patient demand and to what extent has COVID-19 forever changed the system
  • The technologies that are aiding healthcare delivery now and what will outlast the pandemic
  • The impact of the ‘democratization’ of data and information on value-based care and health systems-payer duo
  • Advanced technologies such as AI, Machine Learning (ML) and telemedicine assisting providers to embrace the rapidly evolving healthcare ecosystem and achieve better patient outcomes

Register for the Virtual Session

About the Virtual Session

Healthcare organizations, government agencies, payers and every other stakeholder are working in collaboration to fight the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We are at crossroads where there is no going back to using age-old technologies. Healthcare organizations are struggling to follow their patients and their needs across various care settings. In the middle of this crisis, how has the concept of “healthcare with no address” evolved from the nice futuristic idea to being critical to the future of the industry?

Join industry leaders Stephen K. Klasko MD, MBA, President and CEO, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, and Jonathan Bush, Executive Chairman at Firefly Health, as they discuss the new age of healthcare in the post-pandemic era powered by advanced technologies and virtual care.

You will learn

  • The current state of healthcare in terms of managing patient demand and to what extent has COVID-19 forever changed the system
  • The technologies that are aiding healthcare delivery now and what will outlast the pandemic
  • The impact of the ‘democratization’ of data and information on value-based care and health systems-payer duo
  • Advanced technologies such as AI, Machine Learning (ML) and telemedicine assisting providers to embrace the rapidly evolving healthcare ecosystem and achieve better patient outcomes

About the Presenters

Stephen K. Klasko MD, MBA
Stephen K. Klasko MD, MBA
 
Jonathan Bush
Jonathan Bush
Executive Chairman at Firefly Health, Former CEO and Co-founder, athenahealth

Jonathan Bush is the Executive Chairman of Firefly Health, a start up that provides health navigation and concierge medicine services by providing primary care to patients through a mobile app and clinic visits. Mr. Bush is the co-founder and former CEO of athenahealth. He co-founded the company in 1997 and took it public in 2007 in the most successful initial public offering that year. athenahealth evolved into a leading provider of cloud-based business services to U.S. medical groups pursuing a vision of an information backbone that makes health care work as it should. Prior to founding athenahealth, Mr. Bush served as an EMT for the City of New Orleans, was trained as a medic in the U.S. Army, and worked as a management consultant with Booz Allen & Hamilton. Mr. Bush obtained a Bachelor of Arts in the College of Social Studies from Wesleyan University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Mr. Bush is the author of "Where Does It Hurt? An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Fixing Health Care." The book is a provocative, irreverent, sometimes harrowing and, of course, always humorous journey through the dark underbelly of the American healthcare system – why it’s broken, what the fix will involve, and where innovation is already taking hold.