Covid hit health systems hard across the nation—but nowhere did it hit harder than New York. Michael Dowling, president and CEO of Northwell Health, the largest health system in the New York Metropolitan area and New York State’s largest private employer, will share his learnings from an impossible year—and his strategy for what comes next. From solving talent shortages to building the tech-driven, consumer-focused organization of the future, Dowling’s insights into the interplay of medicine, technology, caring and leadership are essential for the road ahead.
Even before Covid-19, health systems were on the verge of rapid consolidation, driven by significant regulatory changes, technological innovations, financial pressures and market dynamics. The financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic are expected to drive more consolidation between and among hospitals and physician practices. So how do you lead consolidation, and how do you win?
Based on decades of experience advising major healthcare systems and suppliers including New York Presbyterian Hospital, Lahey Clinic, and Cardinal Health, as well as scores of hospital CEOs, CFOs and other executives, MIT senior lecturer Jonathan Byrnes will provide a growth-minded playbook to help you achieve efficiencies—and innovation— for smarter, scalable, back-office and customer-facing systems that create real savings and strategic advantage.
Attendees will gather in small groups to discuss critical topics with their peers.
Boards and management teams must work together to effectively recover and reinvent their institutions. What’s required is a tall order: recognize, retain and reward a beleaguered workforce while simultaneously accelerating business transformation via the “triple aim.” We will discuss linking pay with redefined performance goals while focusing on improving holistic organizational health. Together, these approaches can shift the balance between “managing” and “leading,” allowing healthcare systems to emerge stronger from this time of crisis.
This roundtable is geared towards healthcare business owners contemplating a sale. Join your peers to discuss the pros and cons of selling to a private equity firm or to a health system. The discussion will touch on deal structure and valuation, process and transition, and life after the transaction/legacy.
President Biden set out an ambitious health care agenda during his campaign. With Democrats holding a bare majority of Congress, what’s ahead for healthcare regulation? What are the implications of expanded Affordable Care Act premiums? What role will Medicaid play in the Biden administration’s healthcare policy? How should healthcare providers be preparing for value-based care and pricing transparency reform? We’ll break down the regulatory issues and imperatives facing the health care industry to help you think through the strategic implications.
Avik Roy, President, Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity
Covid-19 has been a major catalyst for virtual health adoption, and the entire healthcare system is now seeing the benefits of virtual health. But it also exposed weakness in lack of integration throughout the healthcare system. What will it take for telehealth to reach its fullest potential? How can healthcare providers improve usability, privacy and security? How do we prevent certain populations from being left behind in the digital divide? What type of long-term policy and regulatory reform is needed to make telehealth sustainable going forward?
David Sides leads the global commercial, technology and operations teams at Teladoc Health. His insights will help you build a sustainable and comprehensive telehealth program that marries your digital-physical locations to deliver seamless, sustainable services that empower high-quality, whole person care and a more efficient healthcare experience.
Healthcare organizations have transitioned to widespread use of digital data over the last few years. Unfortunately, many have struggled to tap into the power of this data to produce forward-looking analytical insights. Implementing a successful analytics initiative that produces better patient outcomes and potentially reduces healthcare costs involves more than some electronic health data and a robust computer. There are other continuums that are frequently ignored as well as not understanding the role of leadership in the implementation and utilization of analytics. In this session, leaders will learn the implementation model, recognized by Gartner, critical to analytics success, as well as the importance of leadership in setting the vision and charting the course to achieving the most value from their analytics program.