7 May, 2015    Minneapolis MN , USA
How Hospitals and Insurers are finding, funding and adopting innovation that delivers quality, cost-effective health care.

No longer content to let innovation find its way into the health care system, hospitals and insurers are using their assets and influence to advance and adopt new technologies and services that are redefining the health care system.

In this inaugural event, executives from the leading investment programs representing payers and providers will join health care executives, venture investors, entrepreneurs, and other thought leaders to discuss and address the swirling dynamics of health care and how innovation of all kinds can help elevate standards while lowering costs.

Topics to be covered include:
·How Strategic Investments Are Solving Today's Problems.
·Can Payers and Providers End Their Cold War?
·How Can We Make Care Coordination Work?
·Getting Service and IT Innovation to Work in Today's Healthcare.
·How Are Payers and Providers Adapting to the Rise of the Consumer?
·Leveraging Mobile Technology to Change Patient Behavior.
·Where Medtech Fits Into Tomorrow's Acute Care Hospital.
·How Cutting-Edge Diagnostics Will Change Standard Of Care.
·Finding Cost Savings through Technologies in the Home.
·How Can Start-ups Demonstrate 'Real' Cost Savings To Hospitals?

Website: http://atnd.it/25004-0
Booking: http://atnd.it/25004-1
Website: http://atnd.it/25004-2

Standard: $995

Speakers: ROB COPPEDGE Cambia Health Solutions, GAUROV DAYAL SSM Health, TOM FLYNN SV Life Sciences, THOMAS HAWES MD Sandbox Industries, BRANT HEISE Summation Health Ventures, MATTHEW HERMANN Ascension Ventures, COLIN HILL GNS Healthcare, CHAIM INDIG Phreesia, OLIVER MOSES MTS Health Investors, LLC, ERIC ROCK Vivify Health, TOM RODGERS McKesson Ventures, DAVE SCHULTE Kaiser Permanente Ventures, JOSEPH SOWELL III HCA, RYAN STEWART TripleTree, PAUL WALLACE Herita


Location: Loews Minneapolis Hotel
Contact 601 1st Ave N, , MN 55403, United States Minneapolis , USA
(612) 677-1100


(516) 765-9005

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