HLTH title sponsor to lead discussions and demonstrate how real-time care insights can combat healthcare fragmentation and friction
WHO: Bamboo Health, a healthcare technology solutions company focused on fostering care collaboration and providing actionable insights across the entire continuum of care, will lead discussions on how to reduce the fragmentation and friction that plagues healthcare and prevents the desired results of improved outcomes, better experiences and lower costs. HLTH 2022 is the perfect setting as it brings together the biggest and brightest minds in healthcare – senior leaders focused on solving healthcare’s most pressing problems.
WHAT: Each year, more than $344 billion is wasted in healthcare due to poorly executed care rising from errors and inefficient practices, fragmented care that results in unnecessary emergency department visits and readmissions and over treatment driven by fee-for-service models. The disconnect among physical health, behavioral health and social care has also led to an ever-widening gap in health disparity and the rapidly-growing behavioral health epidemic. Delayed information, data overload and alert fatigue add even more friction at a time when healthcare providers are struggling to ensure proper continuity of care and keep up with surging patient demands.
To share how Bamboo Health is helping to combat these growing issues, company leaders will demonstrate how its solutions deliver Real-Time Care Intelligence™. These solutions deliver distilled and specific insights at the high-value care moments that matter, bridging the gap in health equity, improving both clinical and financial outcomes, and making whole person care a reality.
- An executive fireside chat titled, “988: Opportunity for Equitable Behavioral Health Access?” on Monday, Nov. 14, from 11:50 AM – 12:10 PM PST. Dr. Nishi Rawat, Bamboo’s Chief Clinical Officer will moderate the discussion featuring:
- Madhuri Jha, LCSW, MPH, director at Kennedy-Satcher Center for Mental Health Equity and Morehouse School of Medicine
- Brandon J. Johnson, MHS, MCHES, public health advisor at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and Center for Mental Health Services
- Together, they will discuss the challenges associated with the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline in terms of an equitable response for all, including varied resources, awareness and stigma. The chat will also explore ways 988 has opened behavioral health access and what remains a challenge for the initiative regarding health equity. Those wishing to continue the conversation are invited to Bamboo Health’s Grove Theatre in booth #2030 from 12:15-12:45 p.m. PST. To reserve your seat or to schedule an executive briefing, please contact Alison Matthiessen or Jill Anderson.
- The Grove Theater will open on Sunday, Nov. 13 for HLTH participants to attend presentations led by members of Bamboo Health’s executive leadership team. Session topics will cover the company’s diverse set of solutions that span behavioral health, prescription drug monitoring and acute and post-acute care events including Rising Risk, the latest care collaboration suite solution that drives better outcomes and lowers surging costs associated with high-risk patients. In attendance will be:
- Rob Cohen, CEO
- Nishi Rawat, chief clinical innovation officer
- Guy Mansueto, chief marketing officer
- Russell Olsen, chief product officer
- Brian Manning, chief revenue officer
- Chris Skowronek, VP corporate strategy and partnerships
- Deb Daly, director, corporate strategy
- Bamboo Health is also a finalist in the Mental and Behavioral Health Best in Class category for the UCSF Digital Health Awards, which recognize the achievements of innovative health technology companies dramatically improving healthcare. Bamboo Health’s executive team will be in attendance at the awards ceremony on the evening of Nov. 14 at 6:00 p.m. PST at the Zouk Nightclub in Resorts World in Las Vegas to see the winners crowned. To secure your spot, you can register here.
WHEN: Nov. 13-16
WHERE: The Grove, Bamboo Health Booth #2030 at HLTH in Las Vegas.