In 2020, US healthcare, and especially how it is delivered and how much we pay for it, will be top of mind. Politicians will float many bold plans for transforming the industry. Health system leaders will tout their investments in technology and transformation, as the US health industry works to catch up to the rest of the digital economy. The question for 2020 will be whether this digital transformation will benefit consumers—marking a new dawn for the US health industry and for the people whose lives depend on it.

Featured Speakers

Gurpreet Singh

US Health Services Leader

Gurpreet is a Partner and the US Health Services (Payer/Provider) Leader at PwC. He is responsible for delivering strategies that enhance growth, improve financial performance and leverage emerging technologies to gain competitive advantage. He has expertise in Patient Outcomes, Real World Evidence and Health Information Technology/Digital Strategies that drive innovation for the largest healthcare organizations.

Karen Young

US Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Leader

Karen is a Partner and the US Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Leader at PwC. She is responsible for setting the strategy for the firm’s practice across Audit, Tax and Advisory. She leads over 3,000 professionals in delivering against that strategy with the highest level of client service and thought leadership working within our global network to achieve results. Karen has served many pharmaceutical and life sciences clients. She specializes in the areas of acquisitions, divestitures, strategic alliances, pharmaceutical gross-to-net issues and tax structuring.

Benjamin Isgur

Health Research Institute Leader

Ben leads PwC's Health Research Institute. In this role, he oversees thought leadership and research initiatives for the firm and clients. He also consults with healthcare systems, trade associations, and policy groups on strategic planning, and industry intelligence and trends. Ben is a published writer and his research is often cited by health leaders across the industry. In addition, he frequently speaks on a range of topics, including physician-hospital alignment, government policy, medical cost trends, consumerism, academic medicine and digital health. Ben received a master's degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin where he was a US Department of Defense fellow.

Date:  Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Time:  1pm ET / 10am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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