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Cardinal Health presents a webinar
The Huron CEO survey: The Six Trends that will
Change Health Care over the Next  5 Years
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
1:00 - 2:00 PM EDT
PACE® CE will be available
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This basic level complimentary webinar is managed by Whitehat Communications and sponsored by Cardinal Health.
The dynamics of healthcare are such that the industry will continue to be fluid, with evolution and change continuing for the next several years. Beyond healthcare policy, change will be driven by multiple factors. These factors range from value-based care to technology and data to the demographics of the people accessing care.  The macro trends identified will impact the industry as a whole, but have downstream implications and opportunities for the clinical laboratory. The role of the laboratory is evolving relative to patient care as well as how it supports the goals and initiatives of its hospital or healthcare system. This shifting role requires laboratories to think differently and quickly respond to the changes in their environment. Considerations for the laboratory include how to better utilize the data they generate, the expanding role of precision medicine, and addressing how millennials want to consume healthcare and diagnostic testing.

This webinar will outline the six trends that will change healthcare in the next 5 years. These trends were identified as a result of a multi-faceted study conducted by Huron Consulting Group and have several downstream implications to the clinical laboratory. By recognizing the opportunities that exist for the laboratory in response to these trends, the laboratory will be well positioned to create value within their system. 
This webinar will:
Continuing Education:
  • Discuss the major trends impacting healthcare over the next 5 years and the impacts to the laboratory
  • Identify how the laboratory can adapt to these changes and create value for its stakeholders
  • Determine how risk and value-based care models impact the laboratory
  • Recognize the shifting requirements of patient populations
  • One PACE® contact-hour will be provided for this session. Whitehat Communications is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. ® Program.
  • This session is approved for 1 Florida CE credit.
    Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel approved number: 50-12563
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Ted Schwab, Managing Director
Huron Healthcare Practice at Huron Consulting Group Inc.

Ted brings over 25 years of healthcare experience, specifically in healthcare provider strategy, partnerships, and organizational transformation. He is an industry leader in innovation through his work with clinicians, executives, and governing bodies around the country, helping them design the next generation of healthcare organizations.

Prior to joining Huron Healthcare, Ted was a partner at Strategy&, a member of the PwC network of firms. There he led healthcare clients in the provider sector through economic, clinical, and organizational transformations. Prior to PwC, Ted was the Partner of Strategy at Oliver Wyman, where he was instrumental in building the healthcare strategy business. Earlier in his career, Ted served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at Alegent Health (now part of CHI Health).
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This webinar is sponsored by Cardinal Health
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