April 29 Webinar – Health Industry 2021: Will a Shocked System Emerge Stronger?
April 29, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Health Industry 2021:
Will a Shocked System Emerge Stronger?
This Program Qualifies for 1 Hour of ACHE Qualified Credit
In 2021, healthcare organizations will seek to rightsize after the virtual health explosion, revealing new avenues of growth. They will strive to build better digital experiences for clinicians and reengineer how clinical trials are conducted.
Health Research Institute (HRI) leader, Ben Isgur, FACHE, will examine how the healthcare industry is expected to face uncertainty in 2021.
Join us on April 29 for a look at the state of healthcare in 2021. And earn 1 hour of ACHE Qualified Education credit.
Healthcare organizations and their front-line clinical workforce have absorbed the brunt of the pandemic and the emotional toll of witnessing the deaths of hundreds of thousands who could not have loved ones present.
Physicians are now dealing with sicker patients because of delayed care during the pandemic. The healthcare system in 2021 also faces a tremendous challenge in responding to the nation’s mental health crisis, as 32% of US consumers surveyed by the Health Research Institute (HRI) said they had experienced anxiety or depression as a result of the pandemic.
Lastly, 2020 drew the public eye to racial disparities and the blind spots of the healthcare system and other US institutions.
At the end of the webinar, we will do a drawing for two gift baskets filled with a Yeti coffee mug, Starbucks Coffee, and a $25 Amazon Gift Card. You could win just by attending!
- Trends facing the healthcare industry in 2021.
- Observations on how some of the nations leading health systems are addressing these trends to support their employees, patients, and communities.
- How healthcare leaders can transform these disruptions into opportunities for growth within their own provider ecosystem.
- How early careerists can learn from these trends and develop skills for long-term career growth.
Benjamin Isgur, FACHE
Managing Director and
PwC Health Research Institute Leader