Learn how purchasers and policymakers are shifting their strategies as a result of Covid-19, how the delivery system will need to shift operating models going forward, and what the election means for the future of health care.
In a year when the public and political spotlight was already focused squarely on health care, the Covid-19 pandemic has only intensified the level of scrutiny on the industry. While sentiment toward the industry has largely improved, the outbreak has also reinvigorated conversations about the structural shortcomings of the current system. And although the debate continues to focus heavily on issues surrounding coverage and affordability, Covid-19 has introduced a new dimension—resilience—to the discussion as well.
The 2021 State of the Union examines the emerging focus on resilience in the healthcare industry by breaking down how purchaser motivations are (and aren’t) shifting, and how the core structural elements of the delivery system—namely, our approach to developing, manufacturing, and distributing supplies and pharmaceuticals; our approach to educating, compensating, and organizing our clinical workforce; and our approach to designing, configuring, and deploying our fixed cost assets—could and should evolve as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This January edition of the State of the Union will also include Advisory Board’s perspective on what the election means for the future of the health care industry.
After participating in this webinar, you will learn:
- How health care purchasers and policymakers are shifting their strategies as a result of Covid-19
- How the pandemic is likely to impact provider consolidation and site-of-care shifts
- How the delivery system will need to shift operating models to enable greater resilience in the future
- What the election means for the future of the health care industry
The presentation around healthcare is designed to be of interest to anyone in the healthcare industry – practitioners, operators, insurers, community based organizations, etc. Our content is always targeted to individuals in:
- Providers/Payers/Healthcare Organizations
Rachel (Rae) Woods has been leading and advising on research studies at Advisory Board since 2014, and she brings deep health care knowledge, strategic insight, and operational expertise to her hands-on work with executives and frontline providers. She frequently speaks at and facilitates retreats and leadership meetings and is known for her energetic and passionate teaching style. Rae is also the host of Advisory Board’s f star-rated podcast, Radio Advisory, and has become a well-known voice and advisor to thousands of health care leaders. She talks with health care experts to make sense of what’s happening in health care and offer recommendations on what to do next.
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