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The future of healthcare IT and care delivery models in 2030

Innovation, technology and strategies to lower costs and improve outcomes 

Innovation is bringing large-scale disruptions across the healthcare market and is changing the way we look at traditional healthcare. From the rise in acceptance of telehealth appointments from the coronavirus pandemic to advances in patient healthcare delivery models to greater accessibility of patients’ electronic health records (EHRs) and increased transparency of healthcare costs, healthcare is changing at an unprecedented rate.  

Join Baker Tilly and leading healthcare and technology specialists as we explore the innovative changes that are happening, and that we predict will happen, in the healthcare marketplace throughout the next decade. Our team will discuss the current and future digital framework across the entire healthcare marketplace as well as digital solutions and initiatives that can lead to more effective care and lower costs.  

Learning objectives 
  • Explore current innovations in healthcare IT 
  • Recognize trends within the healthcare marketplace 
  • Identify how changes in healthcare IT can help lead to more effective care and lower costs 
Who should attend 
  • C-Suite professionals as well as VPs and directors of operations, finance and IT at healthcare provider organizations 
  • Steve House, Managing Director 
  • Grace Macalino, Director
Information about CPE eligibility 

There are no prerequisites for this webinar, and advance preparation is not required. There is no cost to attend this webinar.  

A certificate of completion will be emailed to you four to six weeks after the event. 
Level: Basic 
CPE credit: One (1) hour total credit 
Field of study: Information Technology (IT) 

Host: Stephanie Pottschmidt 

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