HEALTHCARE KEYNOTE SPEAKER
We are in the midst of a watershed moment for Healthcare. For a customized keynote that is energizing, impactful, and actionable – book Kaihan for your next healthcare event or conference.
TOP HEALTHCARE KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The healthcare industry is experiencing change and disruption from numerous fronts. Some factors in healthcare that are driving the need for strategic thinking, growth, and innovation are the rise of telemedicine, smart health, AI, automation, labor shortages, affordability and insurance debates around universal healthcare. When change happens there is opportunity to develop ecosystems, test new business models, change how you engage your employees, re-evaluate what impact your organization has on the world, and ultimately develop creative solutions to complex problems. Kaihan Krippendorff is the perfect keynote speaker to bring your next healthcare event to life.
Throughout his career as a consultant, keynote speaker, and founder of the Outthinker Strategy Network (an exclusive network of Chief Strategy Officers and Executives from Fortune 500 and private companies with $1B+ revenue), Kaihan Krippendorff has worked with some of the biggest brands in healthcare including: CVS Health, Abiomed, AbleTo, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Amgen, GE Healthcare, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Takeda, Memorial Sloan Kettering, Vitas Healthcare, Teladoc, The Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Trudell Medical, University Orthopedics, Mosaic Healthcare, Biogen, and Zoetis.
Selecting the right keynote speaker for your healthcare event is one of the most important decisions you will make this year. Content, energy, ability to connect to an audience, and actionability are all important factors to consider. Former McKinsey Consultant, NYU Professor, bestselling author, and globally recognized authority on strategy, growth, and transformation, Kaihan Krippendorff will make your event an undeniable success with a customized healthcare keynote that leverages his unique perspective and deep experience in the industry.
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- Ten million people in the United States live in counties with low physical access to healthcare facilities, providers, and limited or no broadband access (McKinsey). Telehealth has skyrocketed—not just due to COVID-19, but also to treat patients in hard-to-reach areas with a lack of healthcare providers and facilities. Telehealth also saves on hospital overutilization costs when patients avoid coming to the hospital or ER for every issue.
- During the COVID-19 pandemic, revenues in the healthcare industry fell 50 percent due to patient uncertainty over visiting healthcare facilities (Forbes).
- Global healthcare funding reached $31.6B in Q1 2021.
- COVID-19’s effect on minority groups has revealed significant inequity in outcomes for them: racial inequity, healthcare access disparity, social and behavioral health, and physical wellbeing (McKinsey).
Trends in Healthcare
The Outthinker 8P framework – opportunities for disruption and innovation in healthcare
- TytoCare is a telehealth company providing medical screening technology to patients.
- Their target market is parents of young children, but the technology can be used by anyone.
- Their primary product is a $299 modular kit that enables individuals to examine their heart, lungs, mouth and throat, skin, and eyes. It comes equipped with a stethoscope, otoscope, and a high-resolution camera (Fast Company).
- TytoCare’s kit allows patients at home to self-screen and submit their symptoms to doctors through a remote network.
- TytoCare is developing multiple branches: TytoClinic, which will enable schools, offices, and nursing homes to transform into remote clinics; TytoPro, which will target clinical professionals with higher-grade equipment; and TytoHome, aimed at patients with chronic issues such as asthma, COPD, or those with disabilities (Fast Company).
- The company is currently working on developing new attachments and sensors to increase the functions and capabilities of the home health kit.
- Seventy-five percent of Americans are open to the idea of seeing a doctor virtually instead of an in-person visit.
- Virtual visits cost $40-$50 USD, half the cost of an in-person visit.
- Offers a comprehensive virtual care solution, which covers telehealth, expert medical, and licensed platform services for organizations and individuals.
- Manages a network of over 3,100 board-certified doctors licensed to see patients in 50 states, as well as international locations.
- Doctors have access to a patient’s medical records and test results. They can see more patients and become more efficient as paperwork becomes digital (Source).