Miami, Florida (PRWEB) October 16, 2015
Care Logistics announced it will be participating in the Hospital 100 Leadership and Strategy Conference in Key Biscayne, Fla., from Oct. 19-21. The event is one of the industry’s premiere conferences for hospital executives to share and discuss the innovations and strategies that will ensure a successful future in the new era of healthcare.
“We’re excited about this year’s Hospital 100 theme of ‘Embracing Risk and Making it Work,’” said Doug Walker, VP of client development for Care Logistics. “Hospital executives are considering bold new operational approaches as they transition to alternative payment models and population health management. Many of these hospital leadership heroes who are truly transforming how they deliver the highest-quality care and patient experience will be sharing their knowledge and ideas at this exceptional conference.”
Walker said the Care Logistics team looks forward to hearing directly from hospital leaders about their goals for care quality and efficiency, patient experience, and cost reduction, all keys to building a foundation for success in value-based care. Many hospitals are meeting those goals today by applying a Lean production model for care delivery, just one of the many innovative approaches being discussed at the conference that includes the following sessions:
- Embracing Risk: Why Hospital Success Depends On It
- Game Changers: Innovations Transforming the Delivery of Care
- Inside the Mind of the Healthcare Consumer
- Everything You Wanted to Know About Post Acute, But Were Afraid to Ask
- Deconstructing Bundled Payments: Looking Under the Hood of Episodic Care
About Care Logistics: Care Logistics partners with hospitals to establish a patient-first, zero-defect “production system” for care. This inspiring new approach transforms hospital operations, powered by culture change, a hub-and-spoke care model, and logistics software. The results: Efficient, predictable and reliable care that dramatically improves every metric that matters to hospitals—care quality, patient throughput and experience, length of stay, and financial performance. http://www.carelogistics.com.
About Hospital 100: Hospital 100 connects senior hospital and health system leaders with the people and ideas that make a difference to their organizations. Provider attendees rate the overall conference experience 4.9 stars (out of five) and call it “the perfect format” for C-level learning. To learn more about the conference, please click the following link: http://www.hospital100.com/hospital100/files/2015/2015-brochure.pdf