2020 and Beyond: A Healthcare Innovation Odyssey – DAY 1
Are you an employer interested in attending but not a member? Contact Jennifer Fucci
How Does COVID-19 Change Us Now and in the Future?
COVID-19 has upended life as we’ve known it and changed the way we think about work and wellbeing.
What lessons have we learned that make us better prepared for an uncertain future when it comes to delivering better health outcomes and more engaging experiences for our employees?
How will technology innovation reshape healthcare delivery and the benefits landscape in a cost-effective way?
We’ll tackle these questions and more at our 9th Annual Health & Wellness Benefits Conference!
* This virtual conference replaces our original June 11 event. If you registered for that event, you are automatically registered for this one! Questions or concerns? Contact Diane Engel
~ Registration for this event includes access to both days of programming (September 10 and 17, 8:30am – 11:30am)
Thursday, September 10, 2020
Alan J. Murray
Space Age Medicine and the New Normal
While much of the world came to a stand-still because of the coronavirus, technology innovation didn’t stop. What does that mean for our ability to get through a 2nd or 3rd wave of the virus – and for fighting off future pandemics?
Daniel Kraft, MD, Stanford and Harvard trained physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, and innovator. He is the Chair for Medicine & Neuroscience, Singularity University, Founder & Chair, Exponential Medicine
XPRIZE Pandemic Alliance
Mariya Fillipova provides an update on the Rapid Covid Testing XPRIZE.
Plugged in to Patients: The Hospital of the Future
Paul Testa, MD
Richard R. Barakat, MD
How has new technology helped enhance care of patients with COVID-19 and other illnesses? Can AI help monitor patients, and predict risk for disease and serious complications? How can we build capacity for future public health crises while still streamlining hospitals for efficiency? And what are the implications for costs – especially for employers?
Health and High-Risk Employees: Divided We Stand?
Van H. Dunn, MD
Karinn A. Glover, MD, MPH
COVID-19 has placed a spotlight on healthcare disparities and the risks for chronic and serious disease among minority and low-income populations. What needs to happen now? And what role do employers play?
Barriers to Health and Employer Strategies
Access to healthcare is one thing. But what can employers do to ensure employees have equitable access to good health?
Technology, Talent and Innovation: Health Plans at the Cutting Edge
Craig Hersh, MD
Deb Friesen, MD, FACP
Rhonda L. Randall, DO
The healthcare delivery system has had to scramble to keep up with the demands of a public health crisis. What did health plans learn about meeting the needs of clients while re-tooling to deal with an uncertain future? How are they employing new talent and technologies to make themselves – and employers — more agile? And how much is that going to cost?
COVID-19 Puts Pharma Innovation on Center Stage
Lindsay Jubelt, MD
Rick Nettles, MD
Elizabeth Blowers-Nyman, MPH
What’s the outlook for vaccines and game-changing treatments for COVID-19? When – if ever – will we be back to normal? Who’s planning ahead for the next global health threat?