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Host: Carina Edwards, CEO, Quil

Discussion Leaders:
Dan Hilferty, CEO, Independence Blue Cross; Health Evolution Leadership Committee
Kevin Mahoney, CEO, University of Pennsylvania Health System
Bill Strahan, EVP HR, Comcast

Discussion leaders will shared their perspectives on:
• Payer and provider insights into Consumer engagement and telehealth in a post-COVID world as we face many “new normal”
• Overcoming challenges of engaging consumers in their health journeys and key consumer demands that remain to be solved
• How payers and providers can best collaborate to help populations thrive and become the healthiest versions of themselves
• Strategies to scale innovation to improve health outcomes and better handle remote capabilities
• Accelerating the role of data sharing in the consumerization of healthcare

Read the Insider article that recaps this webcast here.

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COVID-19 Innovation Guide

Returning to the next normal of operations and care delivery will require establishing trust and ensuring safety for employees and consumers as well as leveraging digital technologies — all of which set the stage for adopting new models of care. This first in a three-part series of reports shares lessons learned by Providence, the pandemic’s original ground zero in the U.S. Read the report.

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