2:15 SESSION 6: NEXT STEPS: ALIGNING POLICIES WITH LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
What are the key policy priorities if the best and most applicable lessons from the engineering sciences are to be applied in bringing about the necessary transformational changes? A panel of leaders from key settings will offer brief (5-minute) reflections on the policy and related culture changes necessary, followed by an interactive discussion.
Chair: Donald M. Berwick, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IOM)

images   Academic medical centers
Denis A. Cortese, Mayo Clinic (IOM)

images   Community hospital settings
Paul F. Conlon, Trinity Health

images   Integrated healthcare delivery organizations
Louise L. Liang, Kaiser Permanente

images   Small ambulatory care settings
Douglas W. Lowery-North, Emory University

images   Skilled nursing facilities
Mary Jane Koren, The Commonwealth Fund

   
Panel discussion to follow
   
4:30 CONCLUDING SUMMARY REMARKS AND ADJOURNMENT
Denis A. Cortese, Mayo Clinic and Roundtable on
Evidence-Based Medicine (IOM)
J. Michael McGinnis, IOM
   
Planning Committee:
William B. Rouse. Ph.D., M.S. (Chair), Georgia Institute of Technology
Jerome H. Grossman, M.D., Harvard University
Brent C. James, M.D., M.Stat., Intermountain Healthcare, Inc.
Helen S. Kim, M.B.A., Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Cato T. Laurencin, M.D., Ph.D., University of Virginia
The Honorable Paul H. O’Neill, Value Capture, LLC


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