Top 3 reasons to register for our interactive Modern Healthcare webinar, Rethinking Standardization, on July 18 at 12 p.m. EST.
1. The Takeaways: It’s all about you.
Reductions in variations of care are more important than ever. Get a new framework for viewing standardization, learn more about leveraging data and feedback to drive results, and hear a tangible example about a successful standardization effort – not to mention interactive polling questions and plenty of time for Q&As with our presenters. Speaking of…
2. The Presenters: Not just one, but three esteemed leaders in our industry.
Dr. Randy Pilgrim, Enterprise Chief Medical Officer for SCP, has over 25 years’ experience as an emergency physician, has served in numerous leadership roles including four terms as Chair of EDPMA’s Board of Directors, and regularly advocates on behalf of our providers and clients in state, federal, and public policy issues. SCP Chief Growth Officer Lisa Fry is a proficient leader who has spent nearly three decades working in healthcare and health management, aligning and driving revenue growth to support client financial goals and creating superior outcomes with each partnership. Dr. Beverly Gladney, SCP Senior Vice President and Group Medical Officer, is a board-certified emergency medicine physician with an established record of clinical excellence. Her work within the field as a dedicated liaison for client hospitals brings exceptional service and outstanding business results.
3. The Impact: Standardization can make a difference.
A recent Advisory Board report showed that with actionable care variation reduction opportunities, a typical provider organization has the potential to save $20-30 million, per $1 billion. If that’s not reason enough, consider the patient care, economic, and quality drivers in our industry – patient experience expectations, increasing costs, and the transition to value-based models, to name a few. Learn how to seize the opportunities and rethink standardization in this short but informative session.