Over 50 C-suite and board level leaders from Blue Cross Shield, Allina Health, Providence St Joseph, Novartis, Moderna and others have committed to coming together on November 15, 2021 to set the roadmap for a system of full access and health equity at the Total Health virtual forum, hosted by Reuters Events.
Following a turbulent period felt by the industry, healthcare leaders will join forces on stage to share with 2500+ attendees how they will apply lessons learned during the pandemic – urgency, collaboration, and speed of innovation to build a better healthcare system.
“Disruption to the status quo has created a volatile, uncertain, and complex environment–an environment that is ripe for innovation, acceleration and implementation of needed changes around cost, equity and access to care. This moment must not be lost, so we’re excited to bring together some of the most influential voices in healthcare for the Total Health forum,” said Jamie Harding, Head of Healthcare at Reuters Events and Chair of Total Health.
As well as c-suite executives from all the major healthcare systems and payers, the forum invites critical stakeholders from the entire healthcare ecosystem, including pharma, health start-ups, patient advocates and policy makers. “Barriers to healthcare innovation are falling. Regulation, reimbursement and market-share competition have created an environment of collaboration and accelerated change, providing a once in a generation opportunity to solve healthcare’s biggest challenges,” said Harding.
To facilitate this seismic shift across the care continuum, Reuters Events has built the forum around five critical pillars: Health Security, Health Data and Collaboration, Virtual Care, Behavioral Health and Breakthrough Medical Innovation.
Those interested in taking part in the forum can find out more information here.
heather.carpenter @ tr.com