Patient Exp. Forum: The Quest for Patient Transparency & Trust
Monday, April 17 at 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM CT
South Building, Level 4 | S404
In the context of healthcare, the term “transparency” often refers to pricing, but it’s about more than just the cost. It’s about results, process, and information access at a level the patient and caregiver can understand. And while advances in technology, data, and analytics are undoubtedly promising for the future of healthcare, patients and caregivers often remain in the dark about what, why, and how innovations impact their care coordination. Join us as we discuss the evolving landscape of health technology through the patient lens, and what needs to be done to drive greater transparency and trust.
This session is part of the Patient Experience Forum agenda and requires separate registration.
Advocacy Groups Focused on Patient/Family Member/Caregiver, Chief Quality Officer and Chief Clinical Transformation Officer, Consumer Advocate Groups
Attorney; Malpractice Survivor; Patient Rights Activist
Founder, Greater National Advocates
Chief Executive Officer and Board Certified Patient Advocate
Enlightening Results, LLC
Greg O'Neill, MSN, APRN, AGCNS-BC, NPD-BC
Director, Patient and Family Health Education