Webinar: A Comprehensive Approach to Health Care Transformation: A Framework for Success

  • 07 Oct 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Online


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A Comprehensive Approach to Health Care Transformation:

A Framework for Success


Please transform health care mindfully, our lives are at stake!

Succeeding in the constantly evolving health care ecosystem requires understanding the national journey, harnessing lessons learned, and remaining flexible in the face of ever-emerging challenges and opportunities. This session presents a framework for charting pathways to success that adapts to ongoing changes in patient perspectives, health care laws and policies and information technology advancements.

In this webinar, Alix Goss will share her insight and expertise acquired from her 30+ years as a leader in the industry.  Her leadership roles include developing national health care standards, implementing and complying with federal and state regulations, and aligning business strategies, systems integration and operations management in both private and public sectors.  Alix is passionate about enabling healthier and more productive people by strengthening organizations, public policy and national standards. She was appointed to and served on the National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, the public advisory body to the Secretary of Health and Human Services for health data, statistics, privacy, and national health information policy and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Recognized for her involvement and leadership of game-changing initiatives to improve the United States health care system’s efficiency and outcomes, Alix received WEDI’s Louis Sullivan Award honoring individuals who have distinguished themselves through their leadership, vision and achievements in advancing the efficiency of health care.

Alix will present the Imprado health care transformation framework for success, comprised of five categories: business, technology, policy, process & governance, and culture & environment. The framework provides context for: 1) organizations to mindfully design and iterate plans post-COVID to address policy and technology opportunities resulting from 21st Century Cures-related regulations, public health modernization and equity barriers and 2) innovating approaches to patient, caregiver and community engagement essential to improving health care outcomes. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn the five categories that influence nationwide interoperability and the interplay between them
  • Understand the re-usability of the framework on the never-ending journey to improve health care outcomes for all citizens
  • Recognize challenges and opportunities of a patient centric approach to bridge from current technology to new technology and innovative models
  • Appreciate the value of “the village” it takes to improve health care for all
  • Speaker: Alix Goss, Vice President and Senior Consultant

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