The Health Summit at Sundance Discusses Technology and the Future of Health Care

The Health Summit at Sundance welcomed a select group of healthcare leaders and innovators to Utah to discuss the current state of health care in the United States, providing a supportive and closed-door environment to listen, learn, and brainstorm solutions on systemic healthcare issues.

Over the course of the four-day Summit, discussion focused on insights into problems facing the healthcare workforce, healthcare accessibility challenges, and extracting lessons from successful digital disruptors in other industries to apply in health care. Attendees deliberated solutions such as proactive reform, new and unique opportunities and partnerships, alternative approaches to care delivery in hospitals and clinics, ways to make purchase and use of insurance less complicated, and the use of predictive technology in health care.

On the second day of the Summit, Jewish Healthcare Foundation President and CEO Karen Wolk Feinstein, PhD participated on the panel "Making a Digital Health Start-Up Balanced Scorecard: Our Wishlist." During the discussion, Dr. Feinstein spoke about safety goals and metrics, and detailed essential conditions to shape safety improvements, including JHF's work to establish a National Patient Safety Board.
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