Presenters: Frost & Sullivan, Prisma Health, Population Health, Northwell Health and Philips Healthcare Abstract: Major hospital systems are placing large bets that the
Frost & Sullivan, Prisma Health, Population Health, Northwell Health and Philips Healthcare
Major hospital systems are placing large bets that the future of hospital care will be delivered inside patients’ homes.
After more than a decade as a niche offering, hospital-level care at home—some of it offered digitally—is ready to rise, boosted by hospitals seeking to relieve overcrowding during the pandemic, changing patient preference, and insurers interested in lowering healthcare costs. Implementation roadblocks, including patient selection, care management and discharge for home care, will present new challenges and opportunities for a diverse hospital at home (HaH) player ecosystem. Can HaH be one of the most significant global growth opportunities in healthcare delivery, and what will impact different stakeholders?
Join Frost & Sullivan experts Kaustubh Savant and Greg Caressi for a panel discussion featuring Dr. Nick Patel, Chief Digital Officer, Prisma Health; Dr. Zenobia Brown, VP & Medical Director, Population Health, Northwell Health; and Karsten Russell-Wood, Portfolio Leader, Post-Acute & Home, Philips Healthcare. Learn from the experiences of others and walk away with actionable strategies for your organization.
- HaH has seen phenomenal adoption in the past nine months, and many expect it to continue, but where does it go from here?
- How are the health systems/hospitals overcoming implementation and scale-up challenges?
- Frost & Sullivan’s research points toward strategic partnerships with different technology and care coordination players as critical approaches. What is the commitment needed for the transition?
- Remote patient care has transformed from a niche to a significant opportunity. How are technology players like Philips helping health providers capitalize on this?
(Thursday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am EDT