Host: Jean Drouin, MD, CEO, Clarify Health
- Sree Chaguturu, MD, Chief Medical Officer, CVS Caremark
- Richard Clarke, PhD, Chief Analytics Officer, Highmark Health
- Jessica Mega, MD, Chief Medical & Scientific Officer, Verily Life Sciences
Is the push-and-pull to lower costs, raise quality, and cut out waste simply the nature of the healthcare ecosystem, or can we fix it by repairing trust? Money works because we trust our currency system, companies like Airbnb work because we trust other people’s recommendations, and bank loans work because we trust credit scores. Is healthcare missing its source of trust between payers, providers, and life sciences companies? Can big data and analytics offer transparency and accountability to fill the trust gap in the future?
Watch this webcast to hear these executive’s perspectives on:
- Creating higher-value healthcare in 2021
- Using analytics to build stakeholder trust
- Encouraging innovation through greater transparency
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