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September 21, 2021

COVID-19 shed light on the urgent need for higher-quality health care, health inequities that exist among our communities, and a growing mental health epidemic at both the state and national level. This event will take a state-focused look at those issues, the longstanding changes to health care that will remain as a result of the pandemic, and the ability of health IT to impact both the cost and quality of health care.

This is a must-attend event for members of the health care industry and those who want to learn what the future of health care will look like for the state of North Carolina as we edge out of the pandemic.

Learn how the NC Chamber is advocating for improved health care value here. 

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Agenda

Tuesday, September 21
8:00 amRegistration and Continental Breakfast
8:30 amOpening Remarks
  • Kelly Fuller, Strategic Advisor to the President, NC Chamber
  • Carl Schmid, Executive Director, HIV+Hepatitis Policy Institute
9:00 amKeynote: The Future of Health Care

Eugene A. Woods, MBA, MHA, FACHE, President and CEO, Atrium Health

9:30 amThe Emotional Well-being of Employees: The Impact of COVID-19 and How Employers are Addressing the Issue
  • Jerry Cook, Vice President, Government and Trade Relations, Hanesbrands, Inc.
  • Moderator: Kelly Fuller, Strategic Advisor to the President, NC Chamber
10:15 amNetworking Break
10:30 amHealth Systems and Business: Partnering to Set the Standard with Innovative Care Methodologies
  • Dr. Lynne Fiscus, President and Chief Executive Officer, UNC Physicians Network
  • Diana Rhyne, Executive Director of Research & Innovation, WakeMed
11:15 amAlternative Payment and Care Models: Disrupting the Status Quo
11:45 amClosing Remarks