February 10, 2021 | 1 PM ET
Leading healthcare trends are always top of mind for healthcare organizations as they help providers and suppliers understand market dynamics that drive opportunities for your organization’s growth. Gain key insights into how we can expect to view the healthcare landscape differently in 2021 as a result of the pandemic.
In this webinar, you will:
- Understand top trends we’re tracking in 2021 and how we expect them to impact providers and suppliers
- How will shifts in sites of care and trends shift strategic priorities for leading healthcare organizations
About the Speaker:
Amy Brouhle, Vice President, Business Development, Sg2
As a vice president at Sg2, Amy is responsible for driving new business for Sg2 in the supplier segment of the market, which includes pharmaceutical, medical device and life science companies. She focuses on identifying emerging trends, industry disruption and partnership opportunities for life science organizations to leverage for growth, and she helps prioritize IDN segmentation and innovation. Previously at Sg2, she was accountable for growing new sales in the Western region of the United States, including California and Texas.
Amy has over 25 years of experience in the health care arena and has held positions spanning a variety of consulting, operational and clinical services. Prior to joining Sg2, she worked with Press Ganey Associates, Inc, and most recently served as vice president of ambulatory services, where she was responsible for the strategic direction, revenue growth, product development, regulatory alliance, sales messaging and marketing of the ambulatory service lines. She also managed product development and collaborated with marketing and sales as vice president of client enterprise solutions, and she provided marketplace and regulatory expertise to large medical practices seeking to grow market share as director of medical services, among other Press Ganey Associates duties and roles.
Additionally, Amy has held positions with GE Healthcare, Per-Se Technologies and the TriZetto Group, Inc. She has extensive consulting experience in medical practice start-ups, physician compensation planning and revenue cycle reengineering. She began her career as a registered nurse.
Amy holds a master of business administration and a master of health administration from the University of Colorado Denver, and she has a bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Virginia.