A Real Conversation: Patient Engagement in the New Normal

A Real Conversation: Patient Engagement in the New Normal

The value of patient engagement can’t be understated. Patients who are actively involved in their healthcare regularly attend appointments, make more informed decisions — and ultimately see better care outcomes. But among today’s healthcare consumers, engagement is often lacking. What can providers do?

Our roundtable webinar brings together leaders in healthcare who share their insight on current patient engagement challenges and solutions.

Key Takeaways

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Bruce Kennedy

VP, Head of Healthcare,
Bruce leads Idomoo's efforts to create better connections throughout the healthcare consumer journey. For over 25 years, he's focused on patient engagement, perioperative support and social determinants of health.

Melissa Neal

VP, Director,
Relevate Health
Melissa is passionate about encouraging teams to think outside the box to deliver results as well as working with hospital and pharmaceutical clients to drive HCP and patient engagement. Her background includes 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry.

Carla Parker-Hollis

COO, Jersey City Medical Center at RWJBarnabas Health Carla has more than 25 years of healthcare experience as a hospital leader. Her career includes clinical service line growth, patient and employee engagement initiatives and implementing strategies to deliver high-quality patient care.

Luke Poppish

South Shore Health VP of Operational Excellence Luke is a seasoned internal executive consultant with strong relationship building and strategic planning leadership skills at all levels of the healthcare system. He works with various teams at South Shore Health to shape their long-term strategy.

Geoffrey Roche

Senior VP, National Health Care Practice, Core Education PBC Geoffrey is an accomplished healthcare and higher education executive with steadfast commitment and passion for healthcare innovation. His career includes over 15 years in hospital administration and higher ed leadership.