Value Initiative: Instilling Value with Low-Tech Solutions

While advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robots and precision medicine, will be integral in changing how care is delivered in the future, they alone will not improve value. To continuously improve value, hospitals are also using value-based strategies that include innovative, low-tech approaches. In this virtual workshop, learn how hospitals are using tech-light, simple, human and scalable approaches such as coordinated team-based care patient-centered care to lower costs, improve outcomes and enhance the patient experience.

Presenters:

  • Jillian Warriner, MPH, Manager, Community Benefit and Health Improvement, Sharp HealthCare
  • Cecille Sulman, M.D., Chief, Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
  • Kimberly Cronsell, M.D., Medical Director for Digital Health & Experience, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin

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