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As we approach 2024, the landscape of healthcare is rapidly evolving with digital transformation serving as the fulcrum of change. Health systems in particular face daunting financial challenges, and are pursuing digital opportunities across their enterprise. The size of the prize is enormous - a $2B net patient revenue system could generate between $250 million to $350 million in financial benefits through digital solutions. To capture this substantial value quickly, healthcare organizations must navigate a complex web of digital strategies, establish practical digital roadmaps with committed funding, and address multiple governance and organizational challenges.
In this can't-miss webinar, our expert panelists Peter Bresler and Sara Samson will share real world learnings and proprietary data on driving digital transformation drawn from AVIA Health Innovation’s work with 50+ leading health systems. We will share actionable insights to help you execute a high-impact, financially sustainable digital transformation.
Learning objectives for this webinar include:
- Understanding the current maturity of health systems in using digital to enable their business strategies, beyond the hype
- Understanding the where the biggest financial impact from digital can be generated
- Understanding the critical impact effective organization and governance of digital makes on the realization of financial benefits
- Practical steps to take to maximize the financial impact from digital
Our panel discussion will be guided by Peter Bresler, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Digital Performance at AVIA Health Innovation, and Sara Samson, Senior Director of Digital Performance, two industry thought leaders with a wealth of experience in driving digital transformation in healthcare.
Please join us for this highly-anticipated conversation — you are encouraged to bring questions to make this pivotal topic come to life for your organization.
AVIA operates on a membership model, offering continuous support for healthcare organizations navigating digital transformation. Our network includes over 50 healthcare organizations, and we focus on long-term relationships rather than one-off projects.
Senior Vice President
Prior to joining AVIA, he held numerous leadership roles at Willis Towers Watson and predecessor organizations, including working with large health systems and self-funded employers to develop strategies for capitalizing on value-based care opportunities. His broad business background includes expertise in health care strategy, mergers and acquisitions, process and organization design, change implementation, human capital measurement and HR function effectiveness. In addition, he has extensive operational management experience in business process outsourcing.
Peter holds a Masters of Management (MBA) with Distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University with concentrations in Finance and Organizational Behavior. He graduated with a BA in Economics with High Distinction Honors from the University of Michigan.
Sara is a Director on AVIA’s Digital Performance team. She is responsible for establishing compelling business cases for member investments in digital solutions, leading Digital Performance strategic initiatives and serves as a subject matter expert regarding opportunities for health systems to use digital solutions to advance their business objectives.
Prior to AVIA, Sara held a variety of leadership positions within the Mass General Brigham system. Most recently, she served as the Business Director for Virtual Care at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), using analytics to drive strategic planning and operations. Prior to this role, Sara was the Director of Planning and Analysis for the BWH Department of Surgery. In this role she managed a project portfolio, focusing on ambulatory operations, patient experience, process improvement, data analysis, digital health, and business planning. In addition, she served as a Senior Consultant on the Ambulatory Performance Management team for Massachusetts General Hospital.
Sara holds a Master’s degree in Health Administration from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Towson University in Maryland.