Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 4pm ET / 1pm PT
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, health systems across the country experienced an immediate strain in capacity, forced to prioritize the influx of patients with the most urgent needs and push out access for many others. As various phases of ‘re-opening’ progress has begun, health systems are taking strategic and innovative approaches to enabling broader access to care, while also preparing for potential future waves of the pandemic. The planning process spans a range of important patient access topics - from the role of virtual care in the future and what the go-forward digital front door looks like, to how to think about different specialties in the re-opening process and what strategies to employ to connect with various patient communities.
Join leaders from Providence, Houston Methodist, and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) to hear how their organizations are shifting from responding to the pandemic to rolling out recovery plans as they expand access to care, optimize their resources, and continue planning for the future.
This session in our virtual forum series will focus on:
*Please Note: This Forum Has Ended*
Executive Vice President &
Chief Digital Officer,
University of Pittsburgh
SVP & Chief Operating Officer,
Houston Methodist Specialty
Physician Group; President,
Houston Methodist Primary Care Group