AVIA Innovator Executive Program
Digital Disruption: A “No Regrets” response
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
2:00 – 4:00 pm PT
Wynn Las Vegas
This year’s compelling program examines digital disruption in healthcare through trends emerging from AVIA's work with over 30 health system innovation centers across the U.S. and the U.K. and expertise from Leavitt Partners. Powerful panels featuring leading health system executives and industry experts will share insights on disruptive trends to attract consumers, deliver value based care, and address social determinants.
2:00pm: Opening Remarks
2:10pm: The Greatest Disruptor: Catering to the Consumer
The field of play is shifting beneath our feet, and new B2C entrants are threatening traditional B2B operations. Technology by itself is not the real disruptor, being non-customer centric is the biggest threat to any business. When 43% of total healthcare spend by consumers with employer-sponsored coverage is considered “shoppable,” how do health systems reorganize services around customers before they are disrupted past the point of no return?
2:50pm: The New Table Stakes: Delivering Value
The mandate for better affordability and efficiency has never been stronger and will only increase. While this shift to value is unfolding at various speeds across the US, all health systems must build out the competencies required to provide high-value care or risk regret. Digital solutions offer health systems the best opportunity to transform care delivery at scale. Innovation is no longer optional, but a prerequisite of surviving and a key predictor of thriving. Discover how the shift to value is inspiring some of the most innovative models in healthcare. How is this value being defined? What metrics are these models moving?
3:25pm: The Financial Imperative: Creating Capital Efficiency
Digital innovation is an imperative not only to create a competitive advantage but also to operate with capital efficiency. Healthcare labor cost growth is unsustainable and missing the mark. Failure to address social determinants has led to unnecessary ED utilization, overextended inpatient stays, and preventable readmissions that shrink already tight hospital margins. And any current processes are very manual and labor-intensive. How can digital marry with people and process to produce substantial productivity gains, better outcomes, and bottom-line value?
4pm: Closing Remarks