IDN Summit Virtual Experience Keynotes
Below are the keynotes that were presented at the 2020 IDN Summit Virtual Experience.
REIMAGINE: Healthcare Keynote
Tuesday, August 25 | 11:00 AM ET
Healthcare delivery has changed dramatically in 2020 as we strive to discover new solutions to today's problems. As IDNs begin to recover from the human, operational, and financial toll of the pandemic, continuing the rapid pace of innovation has never been more critical for patient care and operational survival for many IDNs and their suppliers.
Throughout his 25-year career, Dr. John Whyte has served as a regulator, researcher, educator, and media executive for public and private healthcare organizations. In his current role as WebMD's Chief Medical Officer, he leads efforts to create meaningful change around health issues through strategic partnerships. Dr. Whyte is passionate about changing how we think about health and exploring how innovations change the way healthcare is delivered.
In this keynote, Dr. Whyte will address cutting-edge innovations in healthcare, including personalized medicine using big data and genomics; practical uses of artificial intelligence; and telehealth advancing on-demand healthcare; among other topics impacting IDNs. Join us as we reimagine the future of healthcare and support solutions that improve outcomes for patients.
REIMAGINE: Healthcare Supply Chain Leadership Through COVID-19 and Beyond Keynote
Tuesday, August 25 | 3:00 PM ET
Research VP, Healthcare Supply Chain
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SVP, Supply Chain
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Join us for this interactive panel discussion on reimagining supply chain leadership through the pandemic response and what the future holds for the profession at IDNs. Innovating new approaches to supply chain strategy, leadership, governance and communication are issues with mandates from CEOs and IDN governance boards to be reviewed and implemented now. Gartner’s Eric O’Daffer will lead the discussion with supply chain leaders who have experienced some of the hardest hit regions impacted by COVID-19, Régine Villain from Ochsner Health, Jun Amora, Supply Chain COVID Response for the New York City Mayor’s Office and Ed Hisscock from Trinity Health provide lessons learned in dealing with COVID-19 and their insights in leading their IDNs post pandemic.
REIMAGINE: Your Supply Chain Keynote
Wednesday, August 26 | 11:00 AM ET
In less than ten years the US trade deficit of medical equipment has more than doubled and much of the deficit has been the Chinese impact on the healthcare supply chain. This deficit was laid bare during the PPE sourcing nightmare driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, with China the home of over 50% of the world’s PPE products. Many constituencies are demanding increased sourcing of medical equipment and drugs manufactured locally but how realistic is that approach. Should the US shrink from the world economic stage or become a larger player?
Major General (Ret.) Vincent Boles led the most complex supply chain in the world through incredibly challenging times. General Boles understands the complexities of today’s world and the unique challenges we all face in running supply chains so dependent on other countries.
General Boles will lead us through the challenges the healthcare supply chain needs to confront to withstand future disruptions and suggest processes you should be implementing now to avoid future pitfalls from global sourcing.
REIMAGINE: Your World
Looking Through the Beltway Crystal Ball: Federal Health Care Public Policy Outlook and Potential Election Outcomes
Wednesday, August 26 | 3:00 PM ET
With unexpected, increased costs and a drastic drop in revenue, the COVID-19 pandemic worsened many IDNs’ precarious financial situation. The U.S. government responded to the pandemic by passing COVID-19-related legislation, including unprecedented funding and changes to policy. Join experts from Faegre Drinker as they share an overview of federal health policy actions to date, the outlook regarding anticipated health policy actions between now and the November election, and a peek into the future with respect to potential election outcomes and their respective implications for the Federal health legislation and regulation impacting the health care ecosystem.