ChangeMaker Series
GuideWell Innovation Center | Orlando, FL
January 22, 2019

Connecting Organizational and Clinical Transformation to Move Your Organization and our Healthcare System Forward

 
Please join Dr. Elizabeth Teisberg, the executive director, and Scott Wallace, JD, MBA, managing director of the Value Institute for Health and Care within Dell Medical School at University of Texas Austin, as the facilitate a participatory and interactive educational program that enables you to engage with your peers tased with population health management and value-based care initiatives. 
 
The program will focus on the strategic and cultural transformation that needs to take place as the leaders of hospitals and health systems move their organizations foward into population health management and value-based care. What kinds of organizational transformation must take place in order to achieve health system change? Participants will be challenged to think different about their leadership preparedness, their informaiton supply chain, how technology supports their strategy, and the capabilities they need from their information technology systems. 
 
Discussion topics will also include other factors in moving to a value-based care -- payment models both in terms of revenue collected and how physicians are paid, clinician burnout, the call for a better patient experience, and patient engagement.
 
This program is the official launch of the ChangeMaker Series, presented by Healthcare Informatics. The ChangeMaker programs provide an opportunity for small groups of healthcare executives to gather and discuss the most important topics facing our industry today. 

Meet the Faculty

Elizabeth Teisberg, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Value Institute for Health and Care
 
Elizabeth Teisberg is an expert in transformational innovation and the implementation of high-value health care and speaks to and advises organizations throughout the U.S. and around the globe. In addition to being an integral member of the leadership team and faculty at Dell Medical School, Teisberg is a professor at UT Austin's McCombs School of Business and a senior associate at Harvard's Insitute for Strategy and Competitiveness. Co-creator of the concept of value-based health care delivery, Teisberg is best known for writing Redefining Health Care: Creating Value-Based Competition on Results, which she co-authored with Michael E. Porter in 2006. Learn more about Elizabeth...
Scott Wallace, J.D., MBA
Managing Director, Value Institute for Health and Care
Associate Professor, Department of Medical Education
 
Scott Wallace is the co-founder and managing director of the Value Institute for Health and Care at Dell Medical School, where he leverages his business, health care IT and health policy background to work with health care leaders and other stakeholders to transform health care delivery in the U.S. and around the world. Scott is a professor at the McCombs School of Business, a Batten Fellow at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business and was previously appointed by President George W. Bush to chair the Federal Commission on Systemic Interoperability. Learn more about Scott…

About the Venue

 

The Guidwell Innovation Center is the latest addition to Lake Nona Medical City, a 650-acre life sciences campus, and is home to some of the nation’s top hospitals, universities and research institutions.

Fortune magazine described Lake Nona as the “future of cities” and the Innovation Center inspires healthcare leaders to make changes that will positively impact the health and wellbeing of future generations. 

About the ChangeMaker Series

The ChangeMaker Series is presented by Healthcare Informatics and provides an opportunity for small groups of healthcare executives to gather and discuss the most important topics facing our industry today.
 
The first program of the series, “Connecting Organizational and Clinical Transformation to Move Your Organization and our Healthcare System Forward”, is made possible through the support of InterSystems. The program is being held under Chatham House Rule. Discussions will be captured and shared with participants of the program via an executive summary. Discussions/comments will not be attributed in the executive summary.
 
Registration for this program is by invitation-only. Please contact us with any questions.