What Is Quality Health Care Going to Look Like in the Near Future?
Health care thought leaders, executives, professionals including pharmaceutical market access vice presidents, executive directors, market access marketing, and brand leads: If you are interested in knowing the answer to the question above, you’re invited to register for:
Aspirational Healthcare Virtual Conference July 14-15, 2021 Use promo code !RICHTER$ to have the registration fee waived.
The virtual conference brings thought leaders, executives, and health care professionals together to discuss changes to health care delivery in the US to lower costs and improve outcomes. When health care’s primary focus is on your health rather than fixing a health problem after it occurs, the whole system is half as expensive and you enjoy a higher level of health.
This innovative health care model is called Aspirational Healthcare. The Aspirational Healthcare Conference will highlight Aspirational Healthcare Systems like Southcentral Foundation’s Nuka System of Care in Alaska and how this system works to prevent health issues before they even become an issue in the first place. For more on the conference and for a schedule of presenters, click here.
The Aspirational Healthcare Conference will be July 14-15, 2021. Stacey Richter, host of Relentless Health Value and Co-President of Aventria and QC-Health, Inc., is the keynote moderator on the second day of the event. During the conference, you will learn from various presenters how they balanced and improved the quality of care by supporting the individual.
You and your company can be a part of this focus on the individual. We really hope you can find the time to attend and learn about this whole movement and how it will positively impact all of us. We are proud to be supporting this unique event and are excited at the prospect of having you participate.
Register here to join the event. And remember to use promo code !RICHTER$ to have the registration fee waived.
Making a difference in patient care by helping patients, providers, and payers collaborate on shared priorities