Projected revenue losses for primary care physicians and organizations are expected to exceed $15 billion in 2020. More than impacting finances, COVID-19’s disruption to primary health care is rapidly changing how providers and organizations are delivering care, opening the way for possible new models of care delivery that is the front door for so many health care organizations.
On Thursday, July 23, BWBR will host a live discussion, BWBR Live Talk | The Future of Primary Care, with Rachel Woods of the Advisory Board. The timely discussion will examine how primary care could look in coming years utilizing technology, data, and extended care teams to reshape how patients access care and manage their health. Woods will talk about the changing environment for primary care and address the challenges and trends facing practitioners and organizations. She will offer insights into innovative approaches that benefit both patients and providers.
The event will begin at noon and continue to 1:30, with a moderated discussion for attendees to present their questions. Registration is free for this event: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eh6q1umb547166cd&oseq=&c=&ch=
Qualified credit for ACHE members is pending.
Woods is a senior director at the Advisory Board who leads research studies on provider strategy and applies the knowledge and resources available through Advisory Board research to address the top challenges at individual organizations. She oversees a wide range of publications on topics like primary care transformation, consumer strategy, medical group operations, physician engagement, and burnout prevention. Through her research Woods provides the strategic guidance, tools, and implementation support to help executives find and implement the best solutions to the toughest challenges facing health care.