SEARCH MIT MANAGEMENT
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Time: 8:30am – 4:00pmLocation: E51 - Wong Auditorium2 Amherst Street, Cambridge, MA 02142Contact Email: email@example.com
The health care industry is in flux, facing shifting economic, regulatory, and societal demands. Yet a vision is emerging: an affordable system that consumers can rely on – not only to diagnose and cure disease, but to help them achieve and maintain health. This transformation from “Health Care” to “Health Management” will require integrating the social determinants of health – how people live, learn, work, and play – into new models of care that leverage analytics and technology. It also requires input from YOU. Together, we can create an ecosystem that nurtures system innovation and new management practices. This discussion is an important step and you can help point the way forward.
Programming throughout the day will focus on:
• Workforce Innovations and Digital Health
• Emerging Digital Health Innovations
• State Models of Innovations in Community Health
• Digital Innovations in Personalized Medicine
Please join us for this special event to explore Digital Health Transformations with industry, academic, and government leaders from around the country.
In partnership with the MIT Sloan Initiative for Health Systems Innovation.
Registration & Continental Breakfast
Welcome RemarksDavid Schmittlein, John C Head III Dean, MIT Sloan School of Management
Morning Keynote AddressDonald J. Mordecai MD, National Leader, Mental Health & Wellness, Kaiser Permanente; Director of Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Services, and Chair, Chiefs of Psychiatry, Kaiser Permanente Northern California
Panel: Machine Learning in Surgery and CancerModerator: Professor Dimitris Bertsimas, SM '87, PhD '88Panelists: Jack Dunn, PhD student at the MIT Operations Research Center
George Velmahos, MD, PhD, Division Chief of Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Surgical Critical Care at MGH
Daisy Zhuo, PhD student at the MIT Operations Research Center
MIT Sloan researchers are collaborating with MGH surgeons to shed new light on the potential of machine learning in transforming how work is done in the operating room. In this panel you will hear multiple perspectives on how cutting edge research is taken into the hospital to be transformed into delivery system innovations.
Panel: Digital Innovations and the Long Term Care Workforce: What is Needed for Success?
Moderator: Professor Paul Osterman, PhD ‘76 Panelists: Carol Raphael, Board Member, Commonwealth Care Alliance and Senior Advisor, Manatt Health Solutions
Tom Grape, Chairman & CEO of Benchmark Senior Living
Long term care is primarily human-centric work, with an increasingly critical shortage of personnel. What organizational changes can better meet the needs of patients and create good jobs for long term care workers? How can digital technologies support this transformation? What else is needed?
Panel: State Models and the Potential for Digital Innovations to Transform Population Health
Moderator: Professor Retsef Levi
Panelists: Jason Helgerson, Medicaid Director, State of New York Department of Health
Michael Wilkening, Undersecretary, California Health and Human Services Agency
Dan Tsai, Assistant Secretary for MassHealth and Medicaid Director for the Commonwealth
This panel will discuss how state-level policies can best leverage digital health innovation to improve their local health systems as well as boost the local economy. For example, how can digital health innovations be leveraged to transform how states redesign their health systems to provide higher value and improve population health? What systems experiments are states running to learn what works for patients, providers, and payers? What other digital and analytics capabilities could states support to impact costs and quality? And, how can states position themselves as a preferred location for digital health companies and entrepreneurs?
Panel: Emerging Digital Health Innovations: Value Propositions in Healthcare Delivery and Health Management
Moderator: Eran Broshy, SB ’79, Operating Executive, Tailwind Capita
Panelists: Elliot Cohen, MBA ’13, Cofounder and CTO, PillPack
Christine Tsien Silvers, SB '91, SM '93, PhD '00, MD, CMO HealthReveal Inc
More panelist details to be announced.
MIT Sloan is building an ecosystem for digital health innovation. Faculty, students, and alumni are working together through classes and advice networks to create and grow innovative digital health-based companies that are having impact. In this session MIT alumni and other innovators will share their experiences on how providers of digital health innovations can work with healthcare delivery systems to create value through system transformation, and overcome barriers to adoption of transformative technologies.
Afternoon Keynote AddressDusty Majumdar, PhD, VP and Chief Marketing Officer, IBM Watson Health and IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences
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