Health Care of Tomorrow: Transforming the Consumer Experience

featuring Stephen Klasko, CEO and President, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health

Tuesday, October 23, 2018
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Consumer demands are accelerating transparency and convenience through technological advancements while institutions pivot to a more patient-centric experience. Now, more than ever, the health care industry is recognizing the importance of the patient’s needs and expectations to ensure a better outcome.

Join us as Stephen Klasko, President and CEO, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, shares the disruptions and transformations that are driving us to a re-imagined health care delivery system. Discover the ways organizations in our region are working to secure a brighter future for overall patient health and experience.

Following his keynote, hear perspectives from our region’s leading innovators on the influence of these changes across various sectors.

Featured Speakers:
Chris Cera, CEO, Arcweb Technologies
Marilyn Eckley, Executive Vice President Health Services, Amerihealth Caritas
Mark Switaj, Founder and CEO, RoundTrip
Moderated by: Chris Raphaely , Co-Chair, Health Law, Cozen O’Connor

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