The No. 1 takeaway from the 2019 JP Morgan Healthcare Conference: It's the platform, stupid
By Admin | January 14, 2019
If you want to understand the shifting sands of healthcare, you'll find no better place than the nonprofit provider track during the infamous JP Morgan Healthcare Conference that took place this week in San Francisco.
Over 40,000 players were in town from every corner of the healthcare ecosystem. However, if you want to hear the heartbeat of what's happening at ground level, you needed to literally squeeze into the standing room only nonprofit provider track where the CEOs and CFOs of 25 of the most prominent hospitals and healthcare delivery systems in the country shared their perspectives in rapid-fire 25 minute presentations.
This year those presenters represented over $300 billion, or close to 10 percent of the annual healthcare spend in U.S. healthcare. These organizations play a truly unique role in this country as they are integrated into the very fabric of the communities that they serve and are often the single largest employer in their respective regions. In other words, if you work in or care about healthcare, understanding their perspective is a must.
For more information, please read, The No. 1 takeaway from the 2019 JP Morgan Healthcare Conference: It's the platform, stupid, by Becker's Hospital Review.