Trinity Health, CommonSpirit Health, and Mayo Clinic commit to scaling digital health across care settings.
C-suite leaders from Trinity Health, Northwell Health, CommonSpirit Health, and Mayo have committed to coming together on June 16th to scale digital health across care settings at the latest Reuters Events Healthcare virtual forum, Digital Health.
Following the turbulent 12-15 months that the industry has had, leaders in these companies and more will join forces on stage to share with the 1000+ attendees how to collaborate on new virtual care models, predictive, value-based, data-driven, and accessible healthcare.
“The pandemic has exposed fundamental flaws in the healthcare system, and critical concerns around cost, access, and equity are now top of mind for all c-suite healthcare executives,” says Jamie Harding, Head of Healthcare at Reuters Events and chair of the Digital Health Forum. “And so there has never been – and we will never again see – a greater opportunity to leverage Digital Health to provide virtual, predictive, preventative care. This moment must not be lost.”
As well as c-suite executives from all the major healthcare systems and payers, the forum invites critical stakeholders from the entire healthcare ecosystem, including pharma, health start-ups, patient advocates, and policymakers. “Healthcare can’t do it on its own. Only by building true partnerships across the ecosystem will healthcare be able to deliver on what matters – better outcomes for all patients,” said Harding, ahead of the three-day event.
To facilitate this seismic shift across the care continuum, Reuters Events has built the forum around six critical pillars:
- Scale remote health across care settings
- Hybrid care: sure up care across the continuum
- Unlock the value of healthcare at home
- Apply big data and ai to complex health settings
- Health security and preventative care
- Understand population health to deliver cost-effective value-based care
Those interested in taking part in the forum can find out more information here.