9:30-9:35 a.m. EDT
9:30-9:35 a.m. EDT
10:45-11:30 a.m. EDT
2020 has marked a sea-change for what's possible in home-based care, but what is a temporary blip, and what's a lasting seismic shift?
Learn from our experts who will share their insights on how care in the home will continue to be shaped by regulatory, technology and market forces, and what your business should do now to be at your competitive best in the post-pandemic world.
11:35-12:05 p.m. EDT
The strength of the healthcare system can be gauged by its treatment of one of our most vulnerable populations: the frail elderly.
When care has to extend beyond episodic treatment and into holistic and continuous support, look to these best-in-class payers who are leading the way. Dr. Romilla Batra is Chief Medical Officer for SCAN Health Plan, one of the nation's largest not-for-profit Medicare Advantage plans. Dr. Gordon Kuttner is a senior medical director for Florida Blue Medicare, a health plan that has served Medicare members since 1965.
12:30-1:20 p.m. EDT
Annie Erstling, Forcura’s Chief Strategy Officer, moderates conversations with company leaders to share insights on the technology, product and service innovations that drive our company forward. This session is open to everyone.
Chat with Joe Held, Chief Technology Officer
Forcura’s Product Innovations: What’s Here, What’s Next
From provider relationship management to Analytics and Referral Automation with IQ, Forcura greatly enhanced its product portfolio in 2020. But the year isn’t over yet! Hear from leaders on our Product team as they discuss the strategies driving Forcura’s evolution.
How Forcura Remains Ahead of the Curve
Continuous healthcare can’t happen without communication. Learn how Forcura connects and collaborates across sectors and stakeholders to ensure we are your communications platform of choice.
1:25-2:10 p.m. EDT
Enabling care coordination across the care continuum requires two strategic rails: continuous clinical oversight and continuous data capture. As our industry edges closer to consumer-directed care and value-based relationships, your organization should be ready to deliver on both. Our speakers will provide proof of what's possible when care and data are in sync.
2:15-3:00 p.m. EDT
Perhaps nothing has shown as much potential to make care delivery more precise and patient-centered than predictive analytics – and in today’s market, we need this capability now more than ever. From managing medically-complex patients, to optimizing operational and financial performance, predictive analytics can elevate your company’s approach from a defensive position to one that is proactive - improving patient outcomes, your bottom line and your position in the market. Hear from three experts who will share how data and expertise must flow through your company, partners and technology systems to harness the full promise of predictive analytics – and its potential to shape the future of post-acute care.
3:05-3:50 p.m. EDT
What happens to health when you flip the tech stack, using technology as the foundation of care delivery instead of the point-solution afterthought?
You might find that patients become more central to their own care, providers gain enhanced insights into their patient populations, and care becomes continuous. This panel of technology experts will help you envision a new care delivery paradigm, and discuss how your business can prepare for the future.
3:55-4:25 p.m. EDT
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the adoption of telehealth and remote monitoring has skyrocketed, but the utilization of these technologies are still largely a one-to-one approach.
In this session, we'll discuss how organizations can leverage connected technology, advanced data science, personalized coaching, and telehealth to optimize the physician experience while also benefiting health consumers – providing personalized care for at-risk populations, at-scale.
4:30-5:00 p.m. EDT
From one of the highest healthcare technology posts in Washington DC to one of the biggest post-acute care providers in the country, Bruce Greenstein, former Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and current Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer at LHC Group, has a unique perspective on the interplay of policy, technology, and reimbursement in healthcare. As Covid19 forced unprecedented change at unprecedented speed among healthcare’s highest governing bodies, “new rules” for the way healthcare will be delivered and reimbursed are starting to emerge. Bruce talks with Jessica DaMassa about how some of the biggest changes in health data management, health tech, reimbursement, and values-based care will push post-acute care into the future.
5:45-5:50 p.m. EST | 30 min
Feel good knowing you’re making an immediate impact: The $50 registration fee from each completed registration will be donated to United Way Worldwide’s COVID-19 Community Response and Recovery Fund.
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