The Post-COVID Health Care Landscape: Implications for Strategy
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The Post-COVID Health Care Landscape: Implications for Strategy

July 23, 2020

Noon - 1 p.m. CST

Co-hosted by the Texas Hospital Association Foundation and Texas Healthcare Trustees

Sponsored by:

What will the US health system look like post-COVID-19? Hospitals and health systems will be facing the financial aftereffects of a COVID related economic slowdown or recession. They will also have to deal with the political uncertainties created by the 2020 national election. Finally, they will face the continued threat of disruption of their existing businesses by new technologies and new competitors. What are the most significant threats, and also opportunities, in this post-COVID landscape? How do health system boards and leadership set strategic priorities for this uncertain near term future?

Target Audience:

CEOs, chief financial officers, chief operations officers, chief nursing officers, chief information officers, chief legal officers and chief human resources officers

Continuing Education:

1.0 hour ACHE Qualified, CHT, and 1.2 hour CPE

Registration Pricing:

You are allowed one connection/viewer per member registration. Additional line connections will be billed accordingly. If you would like to gather as a group, select the group rate for unlimited attendees/connections to the webinar. Simple instructions with a link to the webinar will be sent when you register and again the day before the webinar. A recording of this program is also included in the cost of registration.

Faculty:

Jeff Goldsmith, president, Health Futures, Inc.


Jeff Goldsmith, is president of Health Futures, Inc. For eleven years ending in 1990, he was a lecturer in the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago, on health services management and policy. He has also lectured on these topics at the Wharton School of Finance, Johns Hopkins, Washington University and the University of California at Berkeley. Jeff Goldsmith's interests include biotechnology, health policy, international health systems, and the future of health services.
Goldsmith was the recipient of the Corning Award for excellence in health planning from the American Hospital Association's Society for Healthcare Planning in 1990 and has received the Dean Conley Award for best healthcare article three times (1985, 1990 and 1995) from the American College of Healthcare Executives. He has written six articles for the Harvard Business Review and has been a source for articles on medical technology and health services for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Business Week, Time and other publications. Jeff Goldsmith is a member of the editorial board of Health Affairs.