Penn DC & WCNCR Presents: The Digital Revolution of Healthcare, Accelerated Due to COVID-19


Date and Time
Thursday, June 11, 2020
10:00am—11:30am
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Washington, DC
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A Virtual Panel Discussion: How will the Digital Revolution in Healthcare Factor into
Our Return to a “New Normal”?

Join us for a thought-provoking virtual panel discussion about the Digital Revolution of Healthcare, suddenly accelerated due to COVID-19. Our experts will discuss the positives, such as greater access to affordable healthcare, a more comprehensive picture of the patient with linked medical records, predictive artificial intelligence for better patient outcomes... and the negatives, such as privacy and security exposure, the digital learning curve and possible “depersonalization” of medicine.

We will learn how digital medicine, contact tracing, and artificial intelligence (AI) will factor into our return to work and school plans, and help us manage the tsunami of current behavioral health and wellness needs - such as mental health and diagnostics like diabetic monitoring amid COVID-19. Also, from their front-line perspectives, our experts will discuss the potential for COVID resurgence and the search for and implementation of a vaccine program.

Panelists include:

Moderator:
• Lisa Katzman, C’87, Director of Marketing, Optisave LLC, Healthcare IT Advisory firm specializing in cost reduction and performance improvement

Speakers:
• Chris Brandt, WG'08, Founder & CEO Audacious Inquiry (AI), an information technology and policy company focused on connected healthcare
• Sunil Budhrani, C'95, Chief Executive Officer at Innovation Health - Aetna, a CVS Health Company & INOVA Health System partnership
• Genevieve Morris, Owner, Integral Health Strategies (IHS), Health IT and strategic consulting services

Contact: Lisa Katzman, lisajillkatzman@gmail.com, 703-618-6537
Date/Time: Thursday, June 11, 10:00-11:30AM

This event is brought to you by the Penn Club of DC; the Wharton Club of the National Capital Region; the Columbia Alumni Association of Washington, DC; and the Wharton Healthcare Management Alumni Association.

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