Webinar: COVID-19 is influencing consumer health behavior. Are the changes here to stay?

Webinar: COVID-19 is influencing consumer health behavior. Are the changes here to stay?

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The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the economy, the way we work and the health system. A comparison by PwC’s Health Research Institute (HRI) of American consumer sentiment before and during the pandemic reveals that people are accessing health information in new ways. Their trust has shifted as well.

In this webcast a panel of health experts will examine insights from PwC’s recent consumer survey findings: The COVID-19 pandemic is influencing consumer health behavior. Are the changes here to stay? HRI, which surveyed 2,533 Americans between April 2 and 8, found that the delivery of care may look very different after the pandemic. HRI’s results signal that US businesses could play an even bigger role in protecting the health of their workers, that the health system likely will make more room for telehealth and other forms of virtual care, and that the American consumer may take a more active role in managing health and participating in a system that is being remade.

Agenda

● The COVID-19 pandemic is influencing consumer health behavior. Are the changes here to stay?

● Understanding the broad pandemic implications on your healthcare business: Dynamically simulate the progression of COVID-19, potential economic impact and consumer response - so that you can plan your healthcare company’s strategies and actions.

Guests from Price Waterhouse Cooper:

Sundar Subramanian
Health Industries Advisory Strategy Consulting and Growth Platforms Leader, PwC US

Sierra Hawthorne
Health Industries Advisory Director, PwC

Benjamin Isgur
Health Research Institute Leader, PwC

Sarah Haflett
Health Research Institute Director, PwC