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Inforum Industry Groups bring together content experts and practitioners to collaborate on industry issues and share best and next practices
Inforum's HealthcareNEXT industry group is for Inforum members who want to stay ahead of health care's next curve. The group is focused on sharing knowledge, increasing understanding of key health care issues, and offering unique professional development and relationship-building opportunities for health care providers and health plans, the payer community, educators, consultants, attorneys and other experts who routinely work in health care.
Gloria Brooks, HealthcareNEXT Co-Chair
Hospice of Michigan
Susan Hawkins, HealthcareNEXT Co-Chair
SVP, Quality & Patient Safety and Chief Quality Officer
President and CEO
VP, System Performance Excellence
Executive Director Center for Exceptional Families
Acting Executive Director for University Hospitals
Senior Associate Director for Operations & Clinical Services
Chief Administrative Officer for Surgical Services
Henry Ford Health System
Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Beaumont Health - Troy
Trinity Senior Living Communities
Detroit Medical Center
VP, Business Development
Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Mary Ann Tournoux
Health Alliance Plan
St. John Providence Physician Network
How can a bold creative problem solving process transform your organization?
Design Thinking enables people to build skills for innovating, including the
ability to think creatively, work collaboratively with others, and implement
innovations. It provides a structured process for addressing challenges in all
aspects of our lives.
Join your Inforum HealthcareNEXT colleagues for a morning of learning -- and
doing–- as you experience an immersive, rapid cycle activity that touches on all
areas of the design thinking process. You will not only learn what design
thinking is, you will leave inspired to take action in your own organization.
Our guide will be Deborah Parizek, Executive Director of Henry Ford Learning Institute, a champion of design thinking’s role in changing how we think and learn, and a frequent presenter who provides actionable information with real life applications as she shares HFLI’s evolving model of success with schools, communities and businesses around the world. Click here to read Deborah's full bio.
Thank You To Our Generous Sponsors
In her just-published book, Unconventional Leadership, Henry Ford Health System CEO Nancy Schlichting reveals what it takes to succeed and how courage played a big role in both her personal and professional life.
Join us for a one-of-a-kind evening with the author to hear stories from her remarkable journey first-hand. Get to know this fascinating leader who pursues the unexpected and enables others to reach their full potential.
A copy of Nancy’s book, Unconventional Leadership, is included with each ticket. Nancy will be available to sign copies of her book immediately following the program.
THE CONVERSATION CONTINUES
Immediately following her remarks, Nancy will be joined on stage by Linda Forte, Comerica SVP of Business Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer and Henry Ford Health System Board of Trustees, to continue the conversation. Click here for Linda's full bio.
Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Place: Gem Theatre, 333 Madison Avenue, Detroit 48226
Tickets: $50 Inforum members (main floor seating); $65 Inforum members (VIP reception and balcony seating); $70 Non-Members (main floor seating); $85 Non-Members (VIP reception and balcony seating). All tickets include a copy of the book Unconventional Leadership.
A patient's perspective on health care options is rapidly changing with a greater demand to understand health care's value proposition. With the advent of high deductible plans, increased transparency of service, access, quality and price, health care is being driven by patients as consumers more than ever before.
The power of choice is causing disruption in how health care is accessed and delivered, especially as patients are increasingly responsible and accountable for their health care expenses.
This panel discussion will explore the evolving role of the patient as a consumer and the implications of these changes for the industry, through the lenses of population health, patient empowerment and accountability, and behavior change.
Thank You To Our Generous Host
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2015