Healthcare Leaders Discuss Fixing ‘Broken’ System
Speakers from across the country lead discussion at Fitger's Spirit of the North Theater
DULUTH, Minn. – Health system leaders from across the country are in Duluth talking about how to better provide healthcare.
The second annual “Believe in Better” project is a hands-on forum for invited guests to discuss how to fix what they call a “broken” healthcare system.
Speakers talked about how marijuana legalization affects healthcare systems, using data and analytics to improve care, and how to prevent doctors from getting burnt out.
“They all want to make people healthier,” said Marsha Hystead, Partner and Chief Creative Officer at Hailey Sault, the marketing agency that put on the event. “That’s why they went into health care in the first place, we’ve just gotten lost in a lot of ways with reimbursement to insurance companies and the cost and the lack of access.”
The forum continues Thursday at the Spirit of the North Theater in Fitger’s.