The COVID-19 pandemic sharply highlights myriad problems in health care, from racial disparities in care to the poor fit of fee for service payment with health care’s essential purpose. As the focus shifts from managing the immediate crisis to longer-term recovery, health care has an opportunity to intentionally implement changes that lead to higher value for patients and families in a post-pandemic world.

In this webinar, the Directors of the Value Institute for Health and Care, Elizabeth Teisberg and Scott Wallace, will discuss key changes emerging that can strengthen health care value—such as taking a relationship-based approach to telehealth, rethinking care team composition, reducing low-value care, adopting new payment models and more—and answer participant questions.

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