Sirius Healthcare and HealthIMPACT are midway through a panel discussion series designed for healthcare IT leaders transitioning from a period of rapid pandemic response to a sustainable recovery in a world forever changed. As the entire system faces unprecedented challenges, the value of digital healthcare has never been more evident; yet at the same time, resources have never been more scarce. The proliferation of telemedicine, remote patient monitoring, rapid touchless diagnostics and cloud-based platforms to enable collaboration, coordination and care from a distance has been remarkable. Now health systems faced with months of unrecoverable revenue must look to their technology to support care and containment of COVID as well as assist with revenue generation.
Leveraging HealthIMPACT’s network of leading CxOs, this four-part series will equip health system IT leaders with the insights, tools and strategies they need to reopen, reprioritize and ready their organizations for the “new normal.”
Interested in attending? Sign up for the next two sessions below!
Tuesday, November 10, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
Cutting Costs and Scaling Service While Improving Quality of Care
Healthcare IT organizations are grappling with reduced budgets, increased regulation and now the disruptions created by a global pandemic. Their leadership is faced with the challenge of how to continue providing the delivery of care and continuity to the business of healthcare in the face of disaster while struggling to manage costs.
In this session, IT leaders will share how their HC organizations are leveraging a hybrid cloud strategy that mixes public and private clouds to realize significant cost savings, to generate revenue via expanded offerings in telehealth and remote patient care, and to ensure sustainability across the organization.
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Tuesday, November 17, 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
Decision-Making Post-COVID: Use the Data You Have to Drive Efficiency and Quality
Data is generated at every point on the patient’s digital journey inside and outside the healthcare system. How this data is protected, shared, governed and used is of critical importance to the healthcare provider, and will be the difference between success and failure. Join us as we explore how health systems can help develop the data skills needed to thrive in the digital era.
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Did you miss sessions 1 and 2? No problem! Check out the recorded panel discussions on demand HERE.