August 25th, 2021
With digital technology resulting in good outcomes, more and more healthcare providers are switching from paper-based medical processes to automated ones. Digital automation simplifies processes, such as medical billing. It minimizes errors and fastens time-consuming tasks. Digital transformation can be introduced in healthcare systems for better results. However, it may take time for the medical staff to adopt digital technologies. Healthcare providers may need to financially invest to smoothen the transition.
Our speaker for this episode of the webinar series on Healthcare Leadership Insights is Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, a Health economist and trend-weaver for clients in the health sector. She will be providing personal insights into her vision, her role in helping healthcare organizations go through digital transformation, her journey as a healthcare leader, the struggles faced, and her learnings.
Besides being a health economist, Jane is also an advisor and a health care consultant who helps people connect with technology. She works with health stakeholders across the health care ecosystem in terms of strategy, scenario planning, policy and health care reform, and environmental analysis. Jane also blogs at Health Populi and contributes to Huffington Post, Tincture, and Medium. She is a member of many Advisory Boards, Onboard Health, and Women of Color in Pharma being some of them. She has been named for various recognitions, including the HIMSS Social Media Ambassador, February 2019 and One of the Top 100 Most Influential Economists in the World, May 2020
Stacy is a Senior Healthcare Advisor at OSP. She is a patient consultant and healthcare advocate with over 20 years of experience in the health industry and physician practice management. Stacy is one of 10 HIMSS Digital Influencers and a patient advocate. She has expertise in patient opinions and patient-centric health product design. Stacy is a stage IV colorectal cancer survivor and full-time caregiver to her intellectually and developmentally disabled son. She also works towards the association of pharma/technology companies and healthcare institutions.
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