10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m
The future of person-centered health care will depend on listening to the perspectives of individuals and communities about what they need to achieve their optimal health and well-being. But how do concepts like shared decision-making and community engagement work in practice? This panel explored how the authentic and intentional engagement of communities can advance solutions that work to optimize health and well-being and rebuild an ecosystem of trust. Panelists discussed time-tested and novel approaches for successfully engaging communities and building impactful community partnerships.
This panel is part of a larger summit event.
As the health care system grapples with unprecedented challenges post-pandemic – from workforce to supply chain shortages, from technological advances to continued health inequities and affordability challenges – will the future of the health care system meet the needs of real people and communities? When “people” become “patients,” what happens? And what do health policy leaders need to know to put people first?...