MarinHealth CEO David Klein, MD, guest speaker at the San Francisco Business Times “Future of Healthcare” event on Tuesday, June 7


GREENBRAE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MarinHealth announced today that CEO David Klein, MD, MBA, will speak at the San Francisco Business Times’ upcoming event on Future of healthcare, which takes place at the Hilton Union Square on Tuesday, June 7. The in-person roundtable will focus on the innovations that are shaping the healthcare industry. Registration details are included below, including an option for people who want to attend the event virtually.

Dr. Klein will be joined on stage by other distinguished guests, including Suresh Gunasekran, MBA, President and CEO of UCSF Health; David Joyner, CEO of Hill Physicians Medical Group; Carrie Owen Plietz, President, Northern California Kaiser Foundation Health Plans & Hospitals; Rajeev Ronank, President, Digital Platforms at Anthem; Myoung Cha, President of Omnichannel Care and Chief Strategy Officer at Carbon Health; and Gyre Renwick, chief operating officer at Modern Health.

Questions panelists are expected to answer include:

  • What will be the lasting impact of Covid-19?

  • What innovations are occurring as healthcare organizations embrace telemedicine, remote monitoring, precision health, data analytics and new delivery models?

  • How do healthcare organizations deal with the challenges of burnout and staff shortages?

  • What barriers await health care providers?

  • How are healthcare institutions themselves changing?

  • And how are healthcare organizations addressing health equity?

All panelists will discuss the innovations that are transforming healthcare, what’s driving change, and what to expect in the future.

Event details:

When: Tuesday, June 7 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Where: Hilton Union Square, 333 O’Farrell Street – Grand Ballroom

Link to register: bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/event/167586/2022/future-of-health-care

PLEASE NOTE: The organizers require that anyone attending this in-person discussion be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Those attending in person will be required to present proof of vaccination and identification before entering. Additionally, conference organizers will follow recommendations from the CDC and local health authorities, including:

  • Encourage all participants to wear a mask during the event, except when eating or drinking. They will have masks available if you need them.

  • Limit the total number of participants to provide more physical distance.

  • Work with site to ensure CDC cleaning procedures are followed and hand sanitizers are readily available.

About Marin Health

MarinHealth encompasses respected local health care resources that have served the Marin County community since 1952. Residents of Marin County enjoy Marin’s healthy lifestyle and transformative natural environment. In keeping with the values ​​and needs of this unique community, MarinHealth is dedicated to treating the whole patient, mind, body and spirit. MarinHealth Medical Center, MarinHealth Medical Network and their ancillary services all share the same philosophy of patient-centered care.

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