Discover how looking outside of health and health care settings can foster the type of integrative thinking and collaboration that leads to innovative solutions.
This one-day conference on May 8 in Columbus will showcase innovative approaches to health-related issues that have been adopted from other industries or sectors, and that have the potential to reduce costs, improve outcomes or increase access. Participants will also learn about the relevant state or federal policy implications of these approaches.
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Agenda Highlights At-a-Glance
Keynote Address: Leveraging social learning networks and technologies for quality improvements in healthcare
- Dr. Brian McGowan, Chief Learning Officer & Co-Founder at ArcheMedX
Author of #SOCIALQI: Simple Solutions for Improving Your Healthcare
Predictive analytics and decision support for improving patient care
- Dr. Martin Harris, CIO, Cleveland Clinic
Kenneth Bachmann, CEO, CeutiCare, LLC
Applying behavioral economics to end of life decisions
- Dr. Scott Halpern, Deputy Director, The Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics at the Leonard Davis Institute (CHIBE) University of Pennsylvania
What public health can learn from the community development sector
- David Erickson, Manager, Center for Community Development Investments, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Improving the consumer experience: lessons from the design industry
- Facility Design: Dr. Xiaobo Quan, Research Associate, the Pebble Project, Center for Health Design
- Human-Centered Design: David Webster, IDEO
Patient safety: Lessons learned from the nuclear power industry
- Howard Bergendahl, President, The Bergendahl Institute, LLC
What the gaming industry can teach us about prevention, managing health and reducing costs
- Ben Sawyer, co-founder of Digitalmill and the Games for Health project