Welcoming the New age of HealthCare’s Digital Transformation

23 February | 10 AM PT/ 12 Noon CT/ 1 PM ET |
Patient Relationship Management
About the Webinar

Healthcare witnessed ten years’ worth of change in just a few months! In the fight against the pandemic and beyond, the need to evolve to a more technology-driven value-based care system is necessary. Harnessing the power of integrated data is critical to improving the processes, allowing for seamless payer/provider support, and ultimately meeting patient expectations. Data and technology are helping healthcare organizations develop predictive models for individuals and implement patient-specific interventions, yet it is a long way to go!..

You will learn
What has been the digital transformation trend of healthcare in the past decade and where is it headed now?

Why has it been so hard to apply advanced data analytics to healthcare? How can we eliminate the data barrier?

How can technology-enabled solutions aid healthcare organizations in the new normal of healthcare?

How can we enable the providers to leverage the full potential of technology and drive better outcomes?

How can a healthcare data platform drive synergies across stakeholders to achieve better clinical and financial outcomes?

How did CHI Texas gain a better view into its network parameters such as emergency department visits, skilled nursing facilities operations, population health statistics, and more, by turning their data into actionable insights?

About the Presenters
Learn from the industry leading experts
David Nash MD, MBA
Strategic Advisor, Innovaccer
Michael J. Camacho
Division Vice President of the Clinically Integrated Network (CIN), CHI Texas
David Nace MD
Chief Medical Officer at Innovaccer, Former VP & CMO at Aetna, & Former VP at McKesson

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