Every year at HIMSS, Gregg Masters and I get a chance to sit down with
Kaveh Safavi, MD Senior Managing Director, Head of the Global Healthcare Practice at Accenture. It’s become one of the meetings we most look forward to. This year Kaveh discussed Accenture’s recently released Digital Health Consumer Survey and he also discussed a little bit about his thoughts on AI that he shared in a recent piece in Forbes.
Health Literacy is a critical issue in the United States.
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn in a blog post discussed some of the the major issues identified in a recent report by Accenture which you can read here.
To get some real world insights and ideas on how to improve Health Literacy, join
Drs. Russell Rothman from Vanderbilt and Brian Primack from University of Pittsburgh October 3, 1-2 pm for a Webinar entitled . Improving Health Literacy: What Works and Why
I’ll be your friendly, neighborhood moderator.
One of the
Triple Aim‘s has gotten lost. Will anyone in the healthcare sector publicly declare that they are in fact working on the Double Aim?
The Triple Aim, that lofty set of goals that the healthcare system claims to have embraced:
Improving the patient experience of care (including quality and satisfaction);
Improving the health of populations; and.
Reducing the per capita cost of health care.
I agree with them and believe they are appropriate and necessary.
Everyone it seems,
At the recent HiMSS conference in Las Vegas I had the pleasure of interviewing
Kaveh Safavi, MD (, @DrKavehSafavi) Senior Managing Director, Health Industry, Accenture Health ( @AccentureHealth) . Dr. Safavi discusses their recent Patient Engagement Survey and other topics. They are doing some very forward looking work in this area.