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During the Coronavirus pandemic, many deficiencies of our nation’s healthcare system have been laid bare. Yet, we are fortunate to have industry leaders who have experienced these faults in the delivery of care and have helped pave the way for the healthcare industry to adapt to meet the needs of COVID patients and to carry these lessons learned well beyond the current public health crisis.
Our next guest is a shining example of the inspiring frontline heroes who are valiantly working to bring relief and normalcy back to our families and communities.
Dr. Amy Boutwell, President of Collaborative Healthcare Strategies, is a nationally recognized thought leader in the field of delivery system transformation, specifically focused on reducing readmissions, cross-continuum collaboration, and improving care for multi-visit patients. Additionally, Dr. Boutwell is a practicing physician who has been taking care of patients in the Covid Field Hospital in Massachusetts.
While together, Dr. Boutwell shares her harrowing experience of working on the frontlines to battle the virus, what she learned along the way, and how we can implement her findings to propel us to a brighter and more sustainable healthcare industry in the future.
Join me for this timely, candid, and informative conversation as we continue to work together to reimagine a better healthcare delivery system for all.
- Dr. Boutwell’s journey of becoming a national thought leader
- Why Dr. Boutwell chose to practice medicine on the frontlines
- Her experience on the frontlines working to battle the virus
- The lessons learned and what we can take forward beyond the pandemic
About our Guest:
Amy Boutwell, MD, MPP, President of Collaborative Healthcare Strategies and a practicing physician who has been taking care of patients in the Covid Field Hospital in Massachusetts. Dr. Boutwell is a nationally recognized thought leader in delivery system transformation, specifically focused on reducing readmissions, cross-continuum collaboration, and improving care for multi-visit patients. Over the past decade, Dr. Boutwell has designed and led dozens of delivery system transformation initiatives involving hundreds of teams and thousands of participants at the regional, state and national levels. Dr. Boutwell is a graduate of Stanford, Brown Medical School and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she received the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Excellence in Public Service. She trained in internal medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
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