The pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of healthcare by as much as 10 years in a matter of a few months. Wireless telemedicine, point-of-care transactions, AI-enabled disease management, home diagnostics, the virtual hospital, e-enabled customer choice, e-enabled assisted living, e-communities of practice, just-in-time training, and procurement service providers are just a few of the many technology-enabled areas that are being used to accelerate a positive transformation in healthcare.
AI, advanced robotics, and other emerging technology will never replace doctors and nurses, but they will provide them with more data-driven insights and actions that elevate effectiveness and enable all levels of healthcare staff to achieve their desired outcomes faster.
Understanding the future facts that are shaping the post-pandemic future of healthcare, as well as the amazing new opportunities they represent, will empower attendees to determine a clear course of action.
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In this eye-opening and highly motivating presentation by one of the world’s leading global futurists, disruptive innovation experts, and serial entrepreneurs, New York Times bestselling author of seven books Daniel Burrus blends rich examples with just the right amount of humor as he shares the most important trends shaping the future of healthcare and the opportunities they provide. In addition, Burrus will share his methodology for accurately anticipating the coming changes in AI and machine learning, accelerated pharmaceutical development and distribution, medical IoT applications, and mobile health technology, to name a few, that will position you and your organization as a leader in healthcare transformation.
Using Burrus’ mastery of storytelling to illustrate examples, deliverables include:
- How healthcare providers can identify the Hard Trends that will happen to accurately anticipate disruptions before they disrupt, turning disruption into a choice
- How to use Hard Trends to identify problems before you have them so they can be pre-solved
- How to use Hard Trends to identify emerging opportunities to create better outcomes and accelerate growth
- How to identify the Soft Trends based on assumptions that might happen and the related opportunities to influence them to improve the entire patient experience
- How to use the certainty that comes from Hard Trends to accelerate both Everyday Innovation and Exponential Innovation with much lower risk
- How to use Problem Skipping to accelerate your organization’s growth and your employees’ personal success
“Daniel has given an excellent, insightful and inspiring presentation during our Bright Minds at Work – Live Innovator Conference in 2012. He is an eloquent speaker and has a very good understanding of future Hard and Soft Trends combined with the required creativity to develop innovative solutions.” – Dr. Ulrich Betz, Director of Strategic Innovation, Merck
Over the past three decades, New York Times bestselling author Daniel Burrus has established a worldwide reputation as a visionary thought leader for his exceptional record of accurately predicting how technological, social, and business forces are converging to create enormous, untapped opportunities. Based on his revolutionary method of identifying Hard Trends from Soft Trends, and linear/exponential changes from cyclical changes, attendees learn how to anticipate and capitalize on new opportunities, and to use the new tools and rules of leadership to accelerate profitable growth.
Daniel Burrus’ influence is highly regarded in business, innovation, and leadership worldwide. He has authored seven books, including the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller Flash Foresight and his latest bestseller, The Anticipatory Organization, and has delivered over 3,000 keynote speeches worldwide. Daniel is one of the most influential leaders on LinkedIn, with over a million followers, and his weekly syndicated blogs have over a million readers.
He is a strategic advisor to executives from many Fortune 500 companies and has founded and managed six businesses, four of which were national leaders in the U.S. within their first year.