This year at HLTH, McKinsey & Company, the trusted advisor to the world’s leading healthcare institutions, is bringing together leaders and inspired thinkers from across healthcare to engage in creative problem solving around some of the industry’s most salient challenges. Our theme this year is focused on unleashing the power of collaboration by further industrializing our healthcare ecosystems through leveraging the advances and trends in technology and digital.
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The healthcare ecosystem at an inflection
An intimate group of leading and innovative CEOs, and chief digital and chief information officers from across payers, providers, and pharma; top executives of established and select high-tech health startups; and senior government officials will join a unique invite-only Executive Summit to be held on Sunday, October 27, and Monday, October 28.
What’s at the Executive Summit? These leaders will take part in a series of plenary roundtables and innovative design thinking breakouts to explore the fast-evolving health ecosystems. They’ll engage in problem solving to address the challenges representing the views of the different stakeholders and explore ways to leverage technical innovations to disrupt the industry. We’ll also feature leading experts on analytics and digital, and other key technologies in healthcare.
As part of the HLTH Startup Pitch, Fuel by McKinsey will share their insights and expertise from working with the entrepreneurs, investors, and corporates across the globe and in Silicon Valley.
The winners will have the opportunity to make one-on-one connections and collaborate with a team of experienced entrepreneurs from McKinsey to help accelerate their innovative solutions and go-to-market strategy and rapidly become a contributor to the health ecosystem.
State Innovation Workshop
Wednesday, October 30: During this workshop, McKinsey & Company’s Medicaid practice and Center for US Health System Reform will bring together leading thinkers in policy, government, and public healthcare administration to share stories of successful innovation and the need for new healthcare models to tackle our most critical health challenges, from chronic disease to long-term care and disability.
From value-based payment to digital patient engagement, these sessions will bring together senior government officials and technologists to put forth bold visions for the future of Medicare, Medicaid, and other government health services.