Key themes emerge from CCM’s Top of Mind 2020 Summit for innovators to tackle in the coming year
Health systems are facing many challenges as they look to the future, from interoperability of data to implementing new digital health technologies.
At the Top of Mind 2020 Summit, organized by the Center for Connected Medicine (CCM), leaders from across the industry came together recently to discuss their top priorities and challenges, and learn how their colleagues are forging ahead.
Packed with speakers from top health systems across the country, the Top of Mind Summit agenda grows from the CCM’s Top of Mind research report, which examines health technology trends for the coming year.
For 2020, the report looked into three technology areas that are essential for managing the transition to value-based care — patient engagement, data aggregation and analytics, and precision medicine.
“Over the past three years this summit has become a special event where leaders in health care can come together and have frank discussions about the state of health care,” said Tal Heppenstall, Treasurer of UPMC and President of UPMC Enterprises. “Our goal is to talk about what’s working, where we’re running into roadblocks, and come away with energy and optimism to continue pushing the forward in the coming year.”
After three days of keynotes, panel discussions, and networking, four key calls to action emerged from the Top of Mind 2020 Summit.