IT Forefront

Grab a seat at the strategy table: Learn more about 3 leading CEO strategies—and their IT implications

by Jim Adams, MBA

IT leaders have a unique opportunity to learn three leading strategies Advisory Board suggests to health care executives on May 3-4 in Washington, D.C. This event—the annual IT Executive Summit—will bring together health care leaders from across the country to better understand these top strategies and their IT implications. 

The Summit kicks off with the State of the Health Care and IT Union, which explores the future of health care and the future of IT, with an emphasis on IT-powered innovation. For the remainder of the Summit, Advisory Board researchers from across our strategy and IT programs will join up to dive into the three strategies and explain the IT needs for each. Here's a preview of the three leading strategies:

1. Medicare risk strategy

This session reviews the continuum of Medicare risk models and explains three approaches to establishing a sustainable Medicare risk strategy.

2. The new physician network advantage

This presentation explains how a high-performing network is within reach but is incumbent on health systems to follow three steps—curate, direct, and support those networks.

3. The consumer relationship Platform

This session presents the steps to design a comprehensive loyalty strategy that establishes durable loyalty to the health system enterprise.

We invite IT and non-IT leaders to register for our IT Executive Summit to be a part of the conversation. 

Be a part of the conversation

Join us on May 3-4 in Washington, D.C. for our annual IT Executive Summit. The meeting will bring together health care leaders from across the country to better understand strategies for meeting health care's biggest challenges and their IT implications.

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