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Talk about it
Despite the repeated introduction of new innovations in medical science, digital technology, analytics, process improvement and behavior change; as well as being resourced by one-fifth of the U.S. GDP, the U.S. healthcare system continues to lag other developed nations in terms of healthcare outcomes and cost effectiveness.
And, as the U.S. patient population becomes increasingly consumerist-minded, our hospital systems are at risk to slip farther and farther behind in meeting the demands and expectations of its customers and consumers.
The explanation for this is that we've been stuck in a paradigm that is decades-old. We will not be able to optimally leverage the innovations and technologies as long as we continue to think and act in ways that are not consistent with a consumerist culture and with rapidly advancing consumerist demands.
All of this has profound and immediate ramification in terms of our legacy hospital systems' being able to compete with new entrants such as the large retail chains (both big box and online), dig-tech companies, retail pharmacy chains, urgent care centers, as well as insurance companies that are forming unprecedented integrated delivery networks with highly specialized provider groups.
I've spent the past few years distilling an approach that will provide healthcare system leaders with a step-by-step guide to thriving in a consumerist, value-based healthcare market. The specific steps are derived from years of personal hands-on experience in care redesign and process improvement as well as clinical operational leadership; and from literally thousands of hours of studied observation and in-depth interviews with leaders who are successfully transforming healthcare delivery.
The new era of consumerism is already upon us and is continuing to receive increasing attention by hospital system leaders, almost on a weekly basis. The mantra of 'disrupt or be disrupted' is one that many leading healthcare systems are adopting. This presentation will provide an overview of an approach to creating positive disruption that is comprehensive and cohesive.
Zeev E. Neuwirth, MD
Senior Medical Director of Population Health
• 2.00 ACHE Credits
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• 2.00 Contact Hours / 0.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)