Reimagining healthcare: A patient-provider conversation on trust, empathy, and human-centered care from NRC Health
Join NRC Health for an engaging and thought-provoking webcast as we delve into the world of healthcare from a patient and provider’s point of view. In this interactive session, we will explore the pressing questions and concerns that patients have about their experiences with physicians and healthcare systems. Our guests will discuss the crucial elements of building a strong patient-physician relationship, address the changes needed in the healthcare system, and envision a brighter future for healthcare through the eyes of both the patient and provider.
Don't miss this opportunity to participate in a conversation that aims to shape the future of healthcare, focusing on personalized, patient-centric care that values individual needs and preferences. Your voice matters, and together, we can work towards a healthcare system that truly serves the people it's meant to help.
Geeta Nayyar, M.D., M.B.A., is a nationally recognized leader in healthcare information technology as well as board-certified former physician with expertise and experience that spans the entire modern medical industry. Dr. G is the author of “Dead Wrong,” a post-pandemic look at the rise of medical misinformation in the digital age. She has been named one of the “Top 26 smartest people in Health IT” by Becker’s Report and ranked one of the “Top 75 Minority Healthcare Executives” by Modern Healthcare
Cheryl Marker spent years battling chronic illnesses with no clear diagnosis. Her health struggles include Fibromyalgia, Occipital Neuralgia, POTS, Small Fiber Neuropathy, Cervical Spine Arthritis, Depression, and Anxiety. Throughout this challenging journey, she often felt unheard and misunderstood. Even after receiving her diagnosis, she continued to feel isolated in her health struggles. Today, Cheryl has become a source of support and understanding for thousands of people who also suffer from chronic pain and illness. She is dedicated to ensuring that they don't have to go through their healthcare journey feeling alone and unheard.