The University of Cincinnati’s College of Nursing will be holding their National Telehealth Conference March 19th through the 20th. Several members and sponsors of the telehealth community will come together to promote and discuss advancements, benefits, and the future of telehealth medicine and services. In anticipation of the event, we’d like to introduce Bill Woodson, the keynote speaker for the event.Bill Woodson: Senior Vice President for the Center for Strategic Planning
Bill Woodson is senior vice president for Sg2, an analytics-based health care proficiency that helps hospitals and health systems join together, prioritize and drive growth and performance across the healthcare board. He co-leads Sg2’s Center for Strategic Planning, which focuses on developing healthcare strategies and expansion. He and his team develop advanced analytics, periodicals, classes and conferences for more than 1,200 organizations across the industry.
A well-regarded speaker on the future of healthcare, Woodson’s areas of expertise include market evolution, care delivery innovation, physician-hospital alignment, and all aspects of System of CARE planning and growth.
Bill’s background includes more than 20 years of experience in healthcare planning, marketing strategies, market forecasting, health system development and public policy. Before joining Sg2, he worked for Solucient where he managed the company’s department of strategic planning and marketed their products.
Bill also worked in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ healthcare consulting practice where he led strategic planning, service line development, capital planning and health system merger engagements. He began his career as a legislative assistant for health care policy for Congressman Bill Lowery in California.
Bill received his MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University and his BA from Yale University.
To attend the conference, follow this link. If you’d like more information regarding how Alpha Telehealth services can benefit you and your loved ones, fill out our online form or call us at (513) 321-3600.