Hospital Systems and Health Providers
Providers are attending HLTH 2022
Providers for the past decade have faced increasing opportunities, challenges and even greater disparities between academic and for-profit hospitals as a result of consumerization. The adoption of digital tools, telehealth and remote patient monitoring has resulted in much-needed innovation, however the playing field has never been so uneven. Furthermore, new entrants focusing on preventative-care vs. sick-care are ready to take away market share. The future for hospital system and health providers is uncertain, but the conversation on how to shape it will be happening at HLTH 2022.
Why Attend HLTH 2022?
As patient behavior shifts to more preventative self-care, traditional hospital systems that solely focus on sick-care models will be facing a moment of reckoning. Current trends, precipitated by the pandemic, show consumers and patients turning to their own devices to pursue care management. Whether it's adopting a hybrid care model or partnering with a digital health startup that offers in-person or virtual on-demand care, providers will need to quickly adapt to changing behaviors.
Advanced analytics, digital transformation and AI-integration are helping to drive provider efficiency and participation in value-based care models; however new potential challenges such as interoperability and cybersecurity pose an uphill battle if not resourced adequately.
Increased focus on health equity has created demand for a new type of role that understands, addresses, and reduces health disparities. The cost of change is high for hospitals, and ensuring their investments will pay off is critically important. Supply chain issues, workforce shortages, and high labor costs are also squeezing providers.
Join us at HLTH 2022 to learn how to address these imminent and emerging obstacles for providers.
KEY TOPICS AND THEMES
✔ Combatting lagging revenues due to higher labor and supply costs
✔ Mitigating uncertainty around future revenues in a post-COVID world
✔ Introducing new systems and procedures to keep up with health tech startups
✔ Adequately addressing emerging areas such as mental and behavioral healthcare
✔ Dealing with staffing/nursing shortages while also reducing burnout which could impact quality of care
✔ Generating capital investment to catalyze innovation and preparing for consolidation resulting from M&A activity
Event Programs You May Be Interested In
As part of the HLTH 2022 attendee experience, we have curated recommended programs and activities that we believe will optimize your event journey and help accelerate your business goals.
Curated 1:1, double opt-in matchmaking program pairing industry buyers with innovative solution providers.
In partnership with MedCity News, attend programming exploring how providers and payers are focusing on patient-centricity.
Network with other attendees through the digital platform and reserve a dedicated time slot to connect onsite.