Learn how UCSF is thinking differently about automating and scaling their care delivery with Conversa Health.
As leading health systems look beyond the coronavirus, it’s clear that virtual care is here to stay as an essential ingredient in the care delivery process of the future. Use of automated virtual care has uncovered several key benefits for large health organizations faced with financial, experience, and capacity constraints. Many traditional components of care delivery can be automated, from routine outreach, to remote patient monitoring, to escalation pathway guidance, and more.
By integrating automated personal patient outreach, analysis, education, and escalation into the clinical workflow, care professionals are able to drastically scale their time and resources, and focus on the patients who need care the most, when they need it. These efficiencies have a direct positive impact on clinical outcomes and financial bottom lines.
In this session, we’ll explore how UCSF Health adopted automated virtual care technology to meet a timely, critical need; explore how their adoption expanded into several critical use cases across the enterprise like mental health, lung transplant, and chronic care, and their results; and discuss their plans to expand the use of automated virtual care in the future. Hear from 4 national leaders in healthcare and technology discuss their journey in leveraging automated virtual care to manage capacity challenges, delivering better patient experience, and improving population outcomes, all at lower cost.
Murray Brozinsky - CEO - Conversa
Phil Marshall MD - Co-founder, Chief Strategy Officer - Conversa Health
Becky James - SVP of Program Operations - Conversa Health
Dr. Aaron Neinstein - Director of Clinical Informatics - UCSF CDHI
Olivia Bigazzi - Product Manager, UCSF CDHI
Mark Goldstein - Chairman - UCSF Health Hub