Innovation in digital health is transforming healthcare, offering more opportunities to boost organizational efficiency and coordination as well as changing how providers deliver care and what patients expect. The advancements have created opportunities for disruptors to enter the industry and there’s much more ahead.
Modern Healthcare's Digital Health Transformation Summit, May 22 to May 24 in Chicago, will bring together executives and leaders from across the healthcare ecosystem to share strategies for navigating these seismic shifts and to make the most of opportunities in the space. You can purchase tickets and see the latest agenda, speaker and event updates here.
Where is the Digital Health Transformation Summit?
This year’s event is at the historic Palmer House hotel in Chicago, 17 E. Monroe St., just a few blocks west of The Art Institute and Millennium Park.
When is the event?
The event begins Monday, May 22, at 5 p.m. CT with a welcome reception. Tuesday, May 23, includes a full-day agenda with networking and panel discussions from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. CT. The event concludes Wednesday, May 24, at 12:10 p.m. CT, after the closing keynote address.
Who are some of the speakers?
The agenda features C-suite executives leading digital transformation at hospitals and health systems, along with emerging healthcare disruptors in the tech space and policymakers from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Speakers include Dr. Nworah Ayogu, general manager and chief medical officer of Amazon Clinic; Dr. David Lubarsky, vice chancellor for human health sciences and CEO of UC Davis Health; David Entwistle, president and CEO of Stanford Health Care; Marty Bonick, president and CEO of Ardent Health Services; Andrea Fletcher, executive director of the digital service at CMS; Rita Khan, chief digital officer at Mayo Clinic; Dr. Maia Hightower, chief digital and technology officer at UChicago Medicine; Mike Anderes, chief digital officer at Froedtert Health; Jeff Terry, CEO of Clinical Command Centers at GE Healthcare; Richard Ashworth, president and CEO of Amedisys, Inc.; Paul Casey, chief medical officer at Rush University Medical Center; and Mike Roberts, chief technology officer at VillageMD.
What topics are on the agenda?
The agenda includes conversations exploring how to leverage artificial intelligence and predictive analytics in organizations, how digital tools will enhance consumer relationships, the evolution of the chief digital officer role and how leaders can most effectively drive change. There also will be case studies of digital transformation at Sanford Health and Stanford Health Care.
Who should attend?
The event is designed for all leaders who play a part in the industry’s digital transformation, including C-suite and senior executives, directors and managers. Sessions and panels will address topics of interest to health systems, hospitals and other providers; insurers; suppliers and vendors; digital health startups and venture capital firms; professional associations; and government agencies.
How much is a ticket?
The regular ticket price is $799. Use code FLASH for $300 off. Contact [email protected] for more information.