HLTH Matters

The HLTH Matters GoLIVE webinar series will bring together industry leaders and subject matter experts to offer thought-provoking conversations around technologies, innovations, and partnerships that will shape the dynamic health ecosystem in the years ahead.

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Upcoming Webinars

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May 28, 2020, 04:00 PM 05:00 PM ET

Crisis Investing: Assessing COVID-19’s Impact

Moderator: Peter Micca, Partner | Life Sciences & Health Care, Deloitte & Touche LLP
Nancy Brown, General Partner, Healthcare, Oak HC/FT
Stephen Kraus, Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
Nina Kjellson, General Partner, Canaan

After a record-breaking year for health investments in 2019, all signs pointed up for 2020…then came COVID-19. The current situation is not pretty—ghastly high unemployment rates, a tumultuous economy and piggy banks all over drying up. But are there silver linings and lessons to be gleaned from this grim situation? These leading investors are looking past the negatives and offering sound advice to startups and fellow investors in navigating these new waters. There are ample success stories to be shared and game-changing health innovations brewing right now. If anything, this pandemic has re-oriented our focus towards solutions that truly make an impact, inspired more creativity and joined our health community together in new ways.

Takeways:

  • How VCs and other investment entities have been impacted by the pandemic
  • Advice for portfolio companies, smaller startups and those seeking to raise right now
  • How this pandemic has fundamentally changed the health investment landscape
  • Examples of companies who have successfully pivoted their business models during this time

Stay on after the webinar for an expert mixology demonstration (cocktails + mocktails)!

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June 3, 2020, 01:00 PM 02:00 PM ET

The Virtual Health Awakening

Murray Brozinsky, Chief Executive Officer, Conversa Health
Dr. Nick Patel, Chief Digital Officer, Prisma Health
Dr. Zenobia Brown, Chief Medical Officer & VP Pop Health, Northwell Health
Moderator: Reenita Das, Senior Vice President and Partner, Frost & Sullivan

As we move into a post-coronavirus world, It’s evident that virtual health is not just a nice extension of traditional care, it’s an essential one. Health organizations who’ve adopted rich virtual health initiatives early on understand the breadth and depth of their impact and have kept pace with a quickly changing market. With COVID-19 turning traditional care models on their heads, it’s clear that the need for virtual care options extends far beyond hospitals and health systems. Everyone is now in the health business. In this session we’ll explore Virtual Health's truly unique journey, looking at early adopters and their programs, market perspectives on accelerated Virtual Health Adoption in the face of this global pandemic, and what’s next for all the players within the health ecosystem across the country. Hear from three national leaders in healthcare and technology discuss how their journeys in addressing these pressing issues with cutting-edge, automated screening technology have allowed them to provide the best care for patients in a very uncertain time.

Takeaways:

  • Gain critical insight into how Virtual Health was, is, and will be used in this shifting healthcare landscape.
  • Discuss how and why Virtual Health technology has seen such a rapid expansion in adoption.
  • Learn how Virtual Health now addresses important needs across all industries.
  • Hear first-hand experience of navigating change-management and mitigating COVID-related turbulence.
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June 10, 2020, 04:00 PM 05:00 PM ET

Architecting Change in the Face of a Pandemic

Moderator: Roy Schoenberg, MD, MPH, CEO & President, Amwell
Darren Dworkin, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Information Services and CIO, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Roberta Schwartz, PhD, Executive Vice President and CIO, Houston Methodist
Aimee Quirk, Chief Executive Officer, innovationOchsner

Prior to COVID-19, it was hard to imagine a public health crisis so severe that people would actively avoid emergency departments, hospitals would cancel all non-emergency medical care, and entire health systems would be forced to shift business models virtually overnight. When faced with this extraordinary situation, three nimble health systems sped up their agendas and deployed a 5 years’ worth of technology plans in a matter of weeks in order to meet the immediate needs of patients. They quickly recognized that our healthcare system will be forever altered in how we approach telemedicine, automation, how to engage and connect with patients, and most importantly how technology is applied and adopted. While the pandemic certainly tested their infrastructure and resolve to the highest degree, these healthcare leaders helped their organizations succeed through a seamless and ambitious technology-driven transition.

Takeaways:
- How 3 health systems were able to successfully alter their tech and virtual care strategies in the wake of COVID-19
- How to leverage innovative technologies and unique partnerships to address specific challenges
- Best practices for navigating change management issues when implementing new tech
- Preparedness in our hospitals, employers and communities for the “new normal"

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Past Webinars

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May 12, 2020, 01:00 PM 02:00 PM ET

The Resilient Workplace

Dr. Andrew Le, Co-Founder & CEO, Buoy Health
Bryony Winn, Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Dr. Lorna Friedman, Global Health Leader Multinational Client Group, Mercer
Moderator: Lydia Ramsey, Senior Reporter, Business Insider

It's not a question of whether or not employees will be returning to work. It's about when, and how. How does an employer guarantee a healthy environment when asymptomatic infection is a real possibility? And what’s the best way to implement and manage new tactics like widespread testing? The challenges are imminent and the situation is evolving rapidly, but the best employer response at this point in time is a smart, data-driven plan.

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