HIMSSCast: Leveraging care networks toward humanizing healthcare

Podcast guest Dr. Summer KnightPodcast visitor Dr. Summer Knight

In her new guide, Humanizing Healthcare, out April 6th, Dr. Summer Knight leverages her encounters as a medical doctor, an entrepreneur, a patient and a mom of a son with most cancers to existing a paradigm for how healthcare can modify – how it can be a better experience for healthcare consumers and find better price savings and outcomes together the way.

Dr. Knight joins host Jonah Comstock to go over some of the essential thoughts in the forthcoming guide.

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Speaking points

  • Dr. Summer Knight’s tale and why she wrote Humanizing Healthcare.
  • Humanizing Healthcare as a North Star for reforming all the pieces of healthcare.
  • The three +1 essential motorists of healthcare transformation.
  • Why humanity has to be hardwired in as technological innovation improves.
  • Altering the society of care delivery and developing therapeutic alliances.
  • Rethinking the healthcare buyer as a shopper, not a patient.
  • Healthfulness hubs – an infrastructure for operationalizing care networks.
  • Reforms to preventative care and healthcare finance.
  • Dr. Knight’s assistance for HIMSSCast listeners.

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