In this era following Covid, the way we deliver healthcare is drastically changing to incorporate digital health tools. As a healthcare innovator it is important that you are aware of these tools and that you are at the forefront of integrating them into care delivery.
Join us on Wednesday July 8th at 11:00 am PST for a live webinar where we will discuss a specific form of digital health called asynchronous care.
Asynchronous care is a major piece of the future of healthcare delivery so we will discuss what it is, how future-forward organizations are implementing it, and the biggest decision you will have to make- whether to build it in-house or partner with a vendor.
What to expect:
Digital health + value-based care expert, Meghan Nechrebecki, MPSH, will lead a 30 min presentation + polling with attendees followed by 15 mins of live Q + A.
In this webinar we will discuss digital health and asynchronous care delivery in the era of COVID-19 and beyond.
Are you optimally delivering digital care at your organization in the era of COVID and beyond?
Are you familiar with digital asynchronous care?
Space is limited!- save your seat to join the live conversation and Q+A today.
Meghan Nechrebecki, MSPH is the Founder + CEO of Health Care Transformation and The Health Care Cube. Based in Los Angeles, they are leading the integration of streaming video with strategy, analytics, and marketing into healthcare delivery to achieve ROI.
Meghan is a healthcare administration expert who has been solving complex systemic healthcare challenges at top insitutions for over a decade, including UCLA Health and The Advisory Board Company. She earned her B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Biochemistry and Spanish and her MSPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Check out Meghan's Ted Talk “Shaping the Future of Health Care”. She has been featured on many shows, podcasts, and written publications including Good Morning LaLa Land, Business Rockstars, Touch Point Podcast, Empowerista Podcast, Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, Medical Economics, and more.