, one of the nation’s leading providers of acute care management solutions, will host a panel discussion on how population health can be effectively managed by hospitals and health systems across care settings.
In partnership with Healthcare Executive Insight, the live video webcast, “Physician Leaders, Emerging Trends and the Future of Hospitals in Population Health
”, will air on Tuesday, August 25, 10:00am to 11:00am PDT (1:00pm to 2:00pm EDT).
The panel of physician leaders includes CEP America’s Gail Silver, MD, Director of Ambulatory & Urgent Care Practice; Rick Newell, MD, MPH, FACEP, Director of Quality & Performance; and Denise Brown, MD, Vice President of Practice Development. All three are practicing physicians at CEP America-staffed facilities.
Topics explored by the panel, followed by an interactive Q&A session, will be:
- How the role of hospitals will change under population health management
- Why the healthcare environment today requires hospitals to take a leadership role in managing populations of patients
- Potential innovations to help administrators implement population health management
- The multiple benefits population health strategies can have for hospitals
“A population health strategy that addresses care coordination and access will be essential for hospitals going forward in order to meet the growing demands of healthcare reform,” states David Birdsall, MD, Vice President for CEP America. “Innovations in acute care management driven by strong physician leadership will help navigate the rapidly changing healthcare environment, stay on top of emerging trends, and improve patient experience and outcomes.”
Registration for this free event is available via www.cepamerica.com
. Further evidence-based resources on integrated approaches to patient-centered acute care are also available on the site.