This executive roundtable brings together healthcare executives, key opinion leaders, and patient groups from the provider, payer, technology, pharma, and other sectors for an intimate and collaborative discussion on Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) programs which are part of an evolving Medicaid delivery system reform initiative. DSRIP programs provide states with funding that can be used to support healthcare providers - including hospitals, ACOs and Community Partners - to improve how they provide care to Medicaid beneficiaries. The New York DSRIP program was started in 2015 to promote community-level collaborations and focus on system reform with a goal to achieve a 25% reduction in avoidable hospital use over five years. The exclusive, limited-attendance roundtable is designed to provide the top thought-leaders with the latest insights to discuss the implementation process, challenges, and opportunities of DSRIP.
This workshop brings together healthcare leaders, medical school academics and leaders, providers, patients, pharma, and other stakeholder groups for an innovative and collaborative discussion on how to best equip our future healthcare leaders with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that allow them to adequately treat all patients and communicate with their families. Medical school and other healthcare training curriculums must be designed to appropriately train cultural competence. By proactively beginning to think about culturally competent healthcare leaders of tomorrow, we can begin to take steps towards addressing the broader healthcare disparities and health inequities that afflict the U.S. healthcare system.
The 8th annual Diversity, Inclusion, & Health Equity Symposium is a leading annual, collaborative event focusing on health equity and health disparities in the U.S. The symposium brings together leading healthcare professionals, executives, physicians, patient groups, patients, researchers, academics, clinical trial professionals, and diversity and inclusion advocates to discuss health equity in the life sciences and the health sectors. The symposium focuses on the latest trends, challenges, opportunities in both the marketplace and workplace, with a specific focus on how to best serve an increasingly diverse patient base. We also aim to address the broader health disparity challenges in the U.S., and the symposium equips attendees with the latest insights and ideas. Attendees will learn practical solutions, share perspectives, and meet new industry and marketplace colleagues.
Healthcare Executive Roundtable: Transforming Healthcare Outcomes through Blockchain and Data Analytics
This executive roundtable brings together healthcare executives, key opinion leaders, and patient groups from the provider, payer, technology, pharma, and other sectors for an intimate and collaborative discussion on the intersection of data analytics and health disparities. The exclusive, limited-attendance roundtable is designed to provide the top thought-leaders with the latest insights and ideas on how data analytics can address some of the large-scale health equity challenges that are driving costs and impacting the U.S healthcare economy. The half day roundtable brings these key thought-leaders together for an afternoon of collaboration and co-learning.
Trust is the most valuable – yet vulnerable – currency of any organization. In this workshop, Openbox will lead a group of healthcare executives and entrepreneurs in applying trust to challenges and opportunities in their own organizations. Taking inspiration from familiar examples, we will introduce participants to a human-centered design approach and framework for cultivating trust.
The Center for Healthcare Innovation’s 5th annual Healthcare Executive Roundtable is an intimate, invitation-only, expert roundtable discussion for healthcare executives, key opinion leaders, and patient groups to discuss how stakeholders throughout the healthcare ecosystem can address critical issues related to healthcare value, quality, and cost. The Roundtable will focus on several key market forces that affect the current state of healthcare in the U.S.