The bright future of healthcare: A virtual conference

October 1, 2020 Providence News Team

American healthcare is the most expensive in the world. Yet it often delivers suboptimal clinical outcomes and patient experiences. Tectonic shifts in American healthcare offer opportunities to drive much better care at significantly lower costs. Moving from volume to value enables Providence to provide highly personalized, goal-oriented care developed in partnership with patients. This approach, we believe, meets or exceeds best-known practices and outcomes.

On Tuesday, November 10, 2020 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. PST (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST) the Institute for Human Caring will host a virtual conferenced called The Bright Future of Healthcare: From Aspiration to Actualization. Watch the video below to learn more.

You can register for the event here.

“As one of the nation’s largest health systems, we’re transforming healthcare and want to share our approach with you,” said Dr. Ira Byock, founder of the Institute for Human Caring. “In this conference, we’ll highlight strategies and tactics to improve quality and save costs. Our approach is mission-driven and results-oriented. Our methods are measurable, scalable and transferrable.”

This virtual conference is designed to bring healthcare leaders together to share how Providence is transforming healthcare and to find new ways to collaborate in order to deliver world-class care. If you are a CMO, CNO, CFO, COO, or another senior-level decision-maker in healthcare, we hope you will register for the event.

It’s time, as national colleagues, to transform American healthcare together.

#TransformHealthcare

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