HOUSTON, July 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Top officials from three of Houston's leading healthcare institutions will headline Modern Healthcare's upcoming Issue Briefing on Sept. 13, "From Volume to Value." The breakfast and panel discussion will focus on the challenges and the opportunities healthcare leaders face as they transition from volume to value. Panelists will discuss new strategies in population health management, the need for usable data, the importance of provider collaboration and more. The Houston event is the third of this year's multicity series that is exploring how local healthcare markets are addressing this timely topic.
Dr. Benjamin Chu, president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System; Dr. Tony Lin, chairman of the board of managers, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic; and Steve Nelson, CEO of UnitedHealthcare's Medicare and retirement business, will discuss a range of topics surrounding their move from volume to value.
"The issue briefings are designed to educate providers on healthcare needs across the entire population they serve," said Fawn Lopez, vice president and publisher of Modern Healthcare. "Attendees value the interaction with panelists, having the ability to ask questions and network with local healthcare professionals."
Modern Healthcare Issue Briefings are designed for leaders seeking new insights and critical discussions, with the executive audience specifically in mind. This year's series is the third annual after successful breakfast events in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis and San Diego.
"The transition from volume to value is one of the most important and strategic issues facing healthcare providers today," said Jaclyn Schiff, editorial programs manager of Modern Healthcare. "These city breakfasts give local stakeholders the chance to learn from one another and forge key relationships."
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