Kentuckiana Health Collaborative Annual Conference: Humanizing Healthcare
Mar 10 - Mar 11$275
According to Health Affairs, the concept of healthcare consumerism generally means “people proactively using trustworthy, relevant information and appropriate technology to make better-informed decisions about their health care options in the broadest sense, both within and outside the clinical setting.” Today’s consumer places a premium on simplicity, convenience, affordability, reputation, connectivity, and personalization. So how do we redesign a healthcare system that treats patients and families with respect, optimizes outcomes, addresses social determinants of health, and activates patients in a healthcare system with providers energized and engaged in mission-driven work? Join us for a full day to learn what healthcare consumerism means for key healthcare stakeholders including providers, purchasers, payers, policymakers, and patients.