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Cleveland Winter EXPO 2020
Join us as we feature Dr. Peter Pronovost, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer at University Hospitals, a world-renowned patient safety champion, practicing critical care physician, and global thought leader informing US and global health policy. His scientific work to reduce catheter-related bloodstream infections has saved thousands of lives and he was subsequently named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time Magazine. He is regularly recognized as one of the most influential executives and physician executives in healthcare.

Dr. Peter Pronovost wants us to use technology to measurably improve value and end “innovation theatrics” in healthcare. Access to capital is no longer a barrier and technology is now just a commodity. The solution to realize true innovation value is to focus on the application of clinician usability and design in digital solutions, coupled with an efficient operating model. Using a concept he calls “defects in value”, Dr. Pronovost will share how his approach can save the US healthcare system 30% in healthcare costs, approximately $1.4 trillion in value.

In addition, the 10 startups currently in our fall accelerator program will present their cutting-edge solutions on sterilization, contact tracing, remote patient monitoring, patient engagement, medication management, and clinical decision support.

Nov 12, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Peter Pronovost
Chief Clinical Transformation Officer @University Hospitals
Dr. Pronovost currently serves as the Chief Clinical Transformation Officer for University Hospitals, a $4.5 billion comprehensive, integrated health system with a national reputation for providing world class healthcare, research and education. Previously, Dr. Pronovost served as the Senior Vice President for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Medicine as well as the founder and director of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. Dr. Pronovost also served as the Senior Vice President for Clinical Strategy and the Chief Medical officer for UnitedHealthcare. Dr. Pronovost is an advisor to the World Health Organizations’ World Alliance for Patient Safety and regularly addresses the U.S. Congress on patient safety issues. He is also co-chairing with the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) the Healthcare Quality Summit to modernize HHS’s quality measurement system.