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The healthcare landscape is changing rapidly, and some organizations are implementing innovative approaches to stay ahead of accelerating industry trends. To help organizations prepare for what’s next, The Chartis Group partnered with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) to craft the four-part Healthcare 2030 series that unpacks the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for today’s healthcare leaders.

Each part of the series provides insights and guidance for those leaders navigating tomorrow’s challenges, helping them prepare for 2030 and beyond.


Part 1

CFO of the Future

CEO of the Future

Featuring Bashar Naser, Dominic Nakis, Dennis Dahlen, Jennifer P. Marion and Matthew Streeter

Part 2

workforce of the future

Workforce of the Future

Featuring Sergio Melgar, John Bluford, Corey Feist, Robert Flannery, Dan Harris and David Salsberry

Part 3

Future of consumer expectations

The Future of Consumer Expectations

Featuring Tatyana Popkova, Nick Patel, Sara Vaezy, Ian Morrison, Errol Weiss, Frank Cilluffo and Bradley Crotty

Part 4

4 of 4 hmfa 2030-1

The Future of Strategic Investments

Coming December 6, 2021

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