Symposium on value-based healthcare

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Green Templeton will co-host a Global Value-Based Healthcare Symposium from Wednesday 12 May to Thursday 13 May with the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah.

The symposium will open with a keynote address from former US Secretary for Health and Human Services Mike Leavitt. Leavitt, also a former Governor of Utah, will speak on ‘Setting the stage for transition to value’. Presentations will focus on analysing different healthcare systems and providing concrete steps to transition their strategy to value-based care.

The event will feature two-and-a-half hours of sessions on each day with speakers including Dr Brent James, former Chief Quality Officer, and Executive Director, Institute for Healthcare Delivery Research at Intermountain Heare; Dr Melinda Ashton, Executive Vice President and Chief Quality Officer of Hawai’i Pacific Health; and Dr Nicholas Hicks, lead for the Management in Medicine Programme and Associate Fellow, Green Templeton College.

The symposium is part of a joint initiative spearheaded from the college by Nicholas Hicks. It builds on a series of short sessions during 2020 with speakers including former US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr Julie Gerberding.

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Created: 28 April 2021