About the Webinar

COVID-19 has majorly impacted healthcare delivery and pushed the need for providers to care virtually for their patients. To prepare for the surge of coronavirus infected patients, hospitals delayed thousands of elective surgeries, which has worsened patients’ health and temporarily deprived health systems of revenue. How can health systems restore by identifying high-risk patients and optimizing their pre-surgical processes to minimize the risk of exposure and safely expedite the dates of surgeries for them?

Join David Nace MD, Chief Medical Officer, Innovaccer and Evan Grossman, Chief Product Officer, Innovaccer at a webinar to discuss the revival strategy and pre-surgical optimization process for hospitals and health systems to adapt to the new normal of healthcare delivery successfully.

You will learn

  • Elective surgeries, one of the most lucrative offerings for hospitals, have seen a drastic decline due to the ongoing pandemic. How do hospitals plan to bounce back in the post-pandemic era?
  • What are the social and behavioral aspects that play a crucial role in the decrease in elective surgeries? Is there a way for hospitals to avoid the infection and not delay the surgeries at the same time?
  • “If not done timely, elective procedures will cause a surge in ED admits, bringing a sizable portion of people in need of preventive surgeries to hospitals.” How accurate is this hypothesis?
  • What healthcare processes and infrastructure would instill back the trust in the population to encourage opting for elective surgeries?
  • Can data analytics play an essential role in bringing revenue back to health systems by identifying high-risk patients and the early adopters to bring back the business for hospitals?
  • How is technology going to dictate the post-COVID new normal? Are virtual visits set to become the gateway to care delivery in the future?

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About the Webinar

COVID-19 has majorly impacted healthcare delivery and pushed the need for providers to care virtually for their patients. To prepare for the surge of coronavirus infected patients, hospitals delayed thousands of elective surgeries, which has worsened patients’ health and temporarily deprived health systems of revenue. How can health systems restore by identifying high-risk patients and optimizing their pre-surgical processes to minimize the risk of exposure and safely expedite the dates of surgeries for them?

Join David Nace MD, Chief Medical Officer, Innovaccer and Evan Grossman, Chief Product Officer, Innovaccer at a webinar to discuss the revival strategy and pre-surgical optimization process for hospitals and health systems to adapt to the new normal of healthcare delivery successfully.

You will learn

  • Elective surgeries, one of the most lucrative offerings for hospitals, have seen a drastic decline due to the ongoing pandemic. How do hospitals plan to bounce back in the post-pandemic era?
  • What are the social and behavioral aspects that play a crucial role in the decrease in elective surgeries? Is there a way for hospitals to avoid the infection and not delay the surgeries at the same time?
  • “If not done timely, elective procedures will cause a surge in ED admits, bringing a sizable portion of people in need of preventive surgeries to hospitals.” How accurate is this hypothesis?
  • What healthcare processes and infrastructure would instill back the trust in the population to encourage opting for elective surgeries?
  • Can data analytics play an essential role in bringing revenue back to health systems by identifying high-risk patients and the early adopters to bring back the business for hospitals?
  • How is technology going to dictate the post-COVID new normal? Are virtual visits set to become the gateway to care delivery in the future?

About the Presenters

David Nace MD
David Nace MD
Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer, Former VP & CMO at Aetna, & Former VP at McKesson

Dr. David Nace is the Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer where its category creating healthcare data activation platform is on a mission to organize healthcare information and make it accessible, useful, and actionable. Dr. Nace has over 25 years of executive management experience in large healthcare systems, payer health plans, and leading healthcare provider and health information technology organizations. With strong collaborative and cross-functional leadership skills, he previously served as SVP, CMO with United Health Group and VP, CMO with Aetna, and CMO at McKesson. Dr. Nace earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

Evan Grossman
Evan Grossman
Chief Product Officer, Innovaccer

Evan Grossman is the Chief Product Officer at Innovaccer. Having done his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, Evan holds deep expertise in business strategy, product development, and health information technology. Prior to Innovaccer, Evan Grossman enjoyed an esteemed career at athenahealth, taking care of the provider and practice optimization, as the Vice President of five critical departments of Integrated Services, Clinical Operations, Client Performance, Consulting services, and Product Strategy over nine years. An entrepreneurial executive with technology-savvy and leadership experience across multiple start-ups and fast-growing companies, Evan retains deep familiarity with ASP/SaaS business models.