Our Post-COVID Healthcare System & What We Have Learned - InfoMC
Our Post-COVID Healthcare System & What We Have Learned
A panel discussion: Our Post-COVID Healthcare System & What We Have Learned
The COVID 19 pandemic exposed numerous vulnerabilities and weaknesses in our society as whole and especially within our healthcare systems. In this moderated discussion, we will address the factors that contributed to the breakdown of our complex healthcare systems as well as lessons learned from this crisis. Finally, we will provide recommendations for the system and healthcare institutions to achieve meaningful change and improvements to create a stronger and better performing healthcare system.
The City of Philadelphia as an example of system failure
Tackling mental health epidemics in our society
National interoperability and data exchange strategy
The future of Value Based Care
The role of technology in managing population health
David Nash, MD, MBA Founding Dean Emeritus at Jefferson College of Population Health; Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy; Co-Author of the upcoming book, How COVID Crashed the System.
Harm Scherpbier, MD, MS, FAMIA Chief Medical Information Officer, InfoMC; Health Analytics Faculty Jefferson College of Population Health
Allen Daniels, Ed.D. Moderator – Director of Clinical Solutions, InfoMC
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