Patient expectations are rising, and organizations are continuously being asked to do more with less.

Additionally, the convergence of several significant emerging market and policy trends, economic uncertainty, labor force shortages, and the end of the COVID-19 public health emergency has created a unique set of challenges for healthcare organizations.

Attend this timely webinar to learn about new trends and their impact on key healthcare issues, such as patient engagement, migration to value-based care, analytics adoption, the use of alternative care sites, and data governance and management challenges.

CEUs are not provided for this webinar.

Featured Speaker

Leslie Falk

Chief Client Success Officer

Dr. Leslie Hough Falk is the Chief Client Success Officer and a member of the Health Catalyst leadership team. She holds a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from Boise State University, and an MBA and a BS in Engineering from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is also certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Green Belt Lean, and Information Privacy Professional (CIPP, CIPP/IT). Dr. Falk has a varied professional background from bedside pediatric critical care, nursing administration, medical product research & development, and education in hospital and industry settings, nursing informatics, biomedical engineering, and marketing.

Featured Speaker

Tim Zenger

Vice President of Market Insights

Tim Zenger is a seasoned leader with a wealth of experience in the healthcare industry. Tim currently serves as the Vice President of Market Insights at Health Catalyst, where he utilizes his expertise to help drive business growth and strategic decision-making. Before joining Health Catalyst, Tim served as an executive at KLAS Research, where he oversaw research operations and led consulting services. Through his work, Tim gained invaluable insights into market landscapes, competitive dynamics, and customer experiences, all of which have contributed to his reputation as a thought leader in the healthcare industry. With a background in investment banking at Goldman Sachs and Piper Sandler, Tim is no stranger to the world of finance. He is skilled in building and maintaining risk models for secondary fixed-income and public finance securities, bringing a unique perspective to his role at Health Catalyst. Over the years, Tim has conducted hundreds of long-form qualitative interviews and directed dozens of quantitative studies, making him a master of research and analysis. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Utah and a Bachelor's degree in Finance from Brigham Young University.

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