11:30am - 12:30pm Thursday, March 12

Location & Room

Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W208C

Already struggling with rising costs, challenges in the patient experience and the entry of non-healthcare players, traditional healthcare systems must rethink their care delivery strategies utilizing a digital mosaic of technology solutions. This session explores how incumbents can turn core competencies - an intimate understanding of patient care, embedded research infrastructures and a history of inventions that have moved from the lab to care delivery - into new models leveraging technology and enjoy scalable efficiency beyond traditional business boundaries. Explore how packaging competencies into software-driven care models and identifying required support structures can help leverage your data and knowhow to succeed in an evolving market despite limited experience in consumer-driven business models. We also discuss if providers should partner with retail businesses whose traditional strengths lie in consumer experiences and low-cost delivery at scale.

Speakers: 
Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital ...,
Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical S
System VP for Strategic Innovation, IP, Life Sciences and Devices,
Commonspirit Health