23rd Population Health Colloquium
The Leading Forum on Population Health Innovations
The Colloquium is the foremost gathering of the most influential people in healthcare transformation. Gain insights on critical business solutions from leaders across the health ecosystem and discover new approaches on the leading edge of innovation.
The landscape of health and healthcare delivery continues to evolve in ways that improve equity and access. The last few years have spurred tremendous innovations, with new technologies and tools to connect patients to their clinical care providers. We also learned the importance of providing information and tools to sustain and support our healthcare professionals as they seek solutions to address the challenges that drive inequities in care.
For over 20 years, the Colloquium has provided an open forum to showcase groundbreaking work of organizations and people that are leading the way and shaping the future of healthcare with their population health programs, strategies and innovations.
This 3-day conference will bring together stakeholders from across the ecosystem to showcase new tools and technologies, and share best practices, case studies, expert insights and industry trends related to population health.
There will be a virtual option for those who are unable to join in person. See you in Philadelphia!
Co Chair – David B. Nash, MD, MBA
David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus, Jefferson College of Population Health, is a Co Chair of the Population Health Colloquial. Dr. Nash was interviewed by hosts Jim Tate and Dr. Nick on their respective shows. Check out the episodes below.
The Tate Chronicles: Dr David Nash, Founding Dean Emeritus of Jefferson College of Population Health
Host Jim Tate talks to Dr. David Nash, the Founding Dean Emeritus of Jefferson College of Population Health and a board-certified internist as well as a respected expert on health care accountability, quality, and leadership. His book, How Covid Crashed the System: A Guide to Fixing American Health Care co-written with Charles Wohlforth is a must read.
The Incrementalist: How COVID-19 Crashed the System with David Nash, MD
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick, discusses How COVID-19 Crashed the System with David Nash, MD, Founding Dean Emeritus, Professor of Health Policy at Jefferson College of Population Health. Their discussion includes opportunities to fix what’s broken, failures in pandemic response, the disproportionate impact on poor people of color, positives included mRNA vaccine development and acceleration of science, the need to focus on improving health rather than just healthcare delivery, addressing burnout in the medical profession through a shift toward humanism and communication.