Healthcare Executive Roundtable


NewYork, NY, USA

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How Does Patient Engagement Drive Healthcare Value?
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Date & Time

Thursday, October 12, 2017

12:30PM – 5:00PM EST

2017 How Does Patient Engagement Drive Healthcare Value?

JOIN an intimate discussion featuring leading healthcare executives, patients, and key opinion leaders convening to discuss how patient-engagement drives healthcare value
DISCUSS how patients and their families are taking an active role in their healthcare and proactively interacting with providers and other healthcare stakeholders to improve health and wellness
UNDERSTAND the latest truly integrated and sustainable approaches regarding patient engagement and healthcare value
BUILD a collaborative network of the top thought-leaders, visionaries, and executives from the patient advocate, provider, biopharma, and payer spaces
ESTABLISH a workplace that embraces and promotes an inclusive environment by leveraging the latest D&I trends and ideas
LEARN the latest best practices and trends of effective patient engagement
ACQUIRE new perspectives from a variety of vantage points throughout the healthcare ecosystem
FOCUS on practical and actionable ideas designed to empower you and your organization to understand the intersection of patient engagement and healthcare value
NETWORK and share ideas with a collaborative group of the top thought-leaders, visionaries, and executives from the patient advocate, provider, biopharma, and payer sectors
CREATE cross-sectorial and multi-industry collaboration and innovation by connecting key partners in industry, patient groups, providers, and academia

The How Does Patient Engagement Drive Value? Healthcare Executive Roundtable is an intimate, invitation-only expert roundtable discussion for healthcare executives, patients, and key opinion leaders to discuss how patient-engagement drives healthcare value.

The 21st-century healthcare landscape is characterized by a consumer-driven, patient-centric model of care delivery, with patients, their caregivers, and advocacy groups playing a vital role in today’s healthcare ecosystem.  Patients and their families are taking an active role in their healthcare and proactively interacting with providers and other healthcare stakeholders to improve health and wellness.  Today’s patients are better informed and more financially invested than ever before, and they play a key role in decision-making processes that can positively impact health outcomes.

This paradigm shift has dramatic implications not only for patients – but also for providers, biopharma, and payers.  As healthcare costs pressures continue to increase, incentives are shifting from a fee-for-service environment to a value-based healthcare system. More than ever, it is critical to understand how patient engagement drives value for patients, providers, biopharma, and payers, and ensure your organization is aligned to operate in the new healthcare economy.

The How Does Patient Engagement Drive Value? Healthcare Executive Roundtable is an expert, cross-sectoral collaborative discussion designed to help healthcare stakeholders optimize engagement, communication, and collaboration.  The exclusive, limited-attendance roundtable is designed to provide the top thought-leaders, visionaries, and executives from the patient advocate, provider, biopharma, and payer spaces with the latest insights and ideas on how patient engagement drives healthcare value for all stakeholders.  The roundtable focuses on pragmatic and actionable ideas designed to empower you and your organization to understand the intersection of patient engagement and healthcare value.  Additionally, the Healthcare Executive Roundtable helps healthcare stakeholders build open and collaborative relationships to positively impact healthcare delivery and outcomes.

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"CHI's Diversity Symposium was great, because it addresses a wide range of topics from diversity in clinical trials to leadership development, including coaching and mentoring diverse groups in our organizations. We’ve really enjoyed and will be returning to Symposium because of the opportunity to network with colleagues in pharma, academia, community health and government sectors." - Nicole Mowad-Nassar,
VP of Marketing, Takeda

October 2, 2015

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