It’s hard to believe that one year ago, the COVID-19 pandemic began impacting virtually every aspect of our lives. Now that Covid cases have decreased and vaccinations are increasing, what does the road to recovery look like? And what does the future of healthcare look like?
If you want answers to these questions, join our next webinar titled, “The Path Forward: Seriously, How Do We Do This?” on Mar. 23 at 1 p.m. ET.
Our speaker, healthcare futurist, Joe Flower will share his perspective on the current state of healthcare in 2021 and the future of healthcare. Following his presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to ask Joe questions in a live Q&A session.
He’ll also share several key takeaways, including:
- Anticipated healthcare legislation & the expected impact on patients
- Potential vulnerabilities to watch out for & how to protect your health system
- Tactics to lower costs & maintain optimal patient care
- And how to build trust in the communities your health system serves
With more than 35 years of healthcare expertise, Joe recognizes that healthcare is complex and solving the industry’s challenges won’t happen overnight. However, he believes there are strategies our industry can adopt to reduce costs, improve care, and make care more affordable and accessible for all. We have the power to make the future of healthcare better.
Sticking with the Status Quo Won’t Cut It
If the last 12 months has taught us anything, it’s that change is inevitable. Sticking with the status quo isn’t an option. America’s healthcare delivery network has been roiled by multiple forces, including the rise of telehealth and new care delivery models, increased costs, and more – all while operating during a global pandemic. These are just a few of the forces that are reshaping the future of healthcare.
Kenneth Kaufman, managing director and chair of Kaufman Hall, acknowledges the complex, strategic considerations that healthcare leaders face following the pandemic in his recent blog.
“And now perhaps, if we are fortunate, we may be starting to come out of the worst of COVID. However, for hospital executives and their boards the question is: coming out into what?” – Kenneth Kaufman, Managing Director of Kaufman Hall
Therefore, it’s time to look at the facts and ask: What does the healthcare industry need to do now to survive, repair damage, and to serve patients better than ever?
Joe will help answer those questions based on his experience working within healthcare industry. He has spoken to or consulted with hundreds of organizations, including state hospital associations, the World Health Organization, the U.K. National Health Service and the U.S. Department of Defense. Joe has also teamed up with the American Hospital Association to create a curriculum on “The Tools of the Futurist” to help organizations adapt to healthcare’s future.
Don’t miss out, so save your spot today. Even if you can’t attend live, still register and we’ll make sure you receive a recording of the webinar. We hope you join us!