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Healthcare Transformation Summit: Partnering for Success


  • Hilton Austin 500 East 4th Street Austin, TX, 78701 United States (map)

Event Description: Healthcare is transforming at a rapidly-accelerating pace of change. Shifting healthcare policy, an intensified focus on population health, health information technology, an increased incentive to gain scale and market share, and a growing call to engage patients in their care are creating challenges that require collaboration and innovation by all entities to succeed. 

Suppliers, providers, payers, patients and the government are all on the same journey—from volume to value, from fee-for service to bundled payment…from individual health to the health of populations. To find success in this endeavor, healthcare organizations are dramatically transforming their strategies and processes, employing new, advanced tools and engaging with partners who can help deliver on the promise of value-based care.

In this unique, two-day event Modern Healthcare, in conjunction with the Austin Healthcare Council, will bring together senior executives from hospitals and health systems, suppliers, payers and venture capitalists along with other entities along the care continuum to discuss how the healthcare industry is changing and how leaders can drive and implement transformation in their own organizations. Participants are from every corner of the U.S. and all are committed to a new era of healthcare.

This event will provide the opportunity to gain insights into the strategies used by healthcare business leaders, innovators and influencers to reduce costs, improve outcomes and ultimately create new growth and revenue opportunities amid uncertainty. It is our intention that you leave this conference with best practices that will keep your business relevant as the industry finds its way in this new world of value-based care.

Event Host/s: Modern Healthcare

RSVP Required?: Yes

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Event Cost: $499

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