As healthcare organizations develop new programs that blend in-person and virtual care, they’re gaining new insights into the challenges of creating value-based care. Today’s healthcare environment is about health just as much as care, developing services and pathways that address immediate clinical needs while creating strategies that support long-term health outcomes. In this landscape, the emphasis is on connections and collaboration.
Our annual two-day virtual summit will explore some of the newest strategies for connecting people to their care providers and the technology enabling connectivity to occur and be integrated more fully into the overall care experience. We’ll talk about payer support for connected health programs and the future of innovation in the space. And we’ll take a look at some of the more innovative programs on the market, from hospitals and health systems down to clinics and small practices.
The proliferation of data and digital footprints beyond the EHR holds immense promise for improved experiences through the lens of understanding patients and consumers as whole people. With greater insight, however, comes the challenge of enhanced data management, including access to data and rationalization of data.
In this session, leaders from health systems and public health will share how their organizations have become more empowered to improve care coordination, personalize experiences, and inform business and clinical decision-making by bringing a flexible approach to data management.
Between the challenges posted by COVID-19 and rapidly shifting consumer expectations, the task of humanizing and modernizing the healthcare experience has never been more pressing. As of 2020, 28% of consumers have switched or stopped going to a healthcare provider because of a poor digital experience a 40% increase from 2019.
Cedar is hosting a special panel event featuring innovators from the New England region, designed to hear directly from these leaders about their strategies for optimizing long-term engagement and accelerating digital transformation.
We all know the healthcare experience is more consumer-focused than ever. But what exactly are consumers looking for, and how are they making choices about their care? A survey in the 2021 Healthcare Reputation Report uncovered some of the most important factors consumers consider when choosing a healthcare provider. Unfortunately, this research also identified a huge disconnect between what healthcare consumers want and what health systems are delivering.
As the computer form factor shrank from the size of a room to a laptop, computing “mobility” finally became a reality as devices could be transported anywhere. For over a decade, the laptop continued …
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