Transforming Healthcare via Science-based Technology
2016 Presidential Faculty Lecture by Lisa Marsch, director of the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health at the Geisel School of Medicine. Tuesday, March 1 at 4pm. More.
Professor of Medicine, Community & Family Medicine, The Dartmouth Institute
The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
Professor of Business Administration (adjunct), Tuck School of Business
Professor of Public Policy (adjunct), Dartmouth College
Guest Speaker in Structure, Organization and Economics of the Health Care Industry, Spring Term 2015
The Healthcare Initiative Uhrig Speaker Series hosted Trevor Price for a roundtable:“Transforming Healthcare: Innovation and Opportunity in Healthcare Technology and Services.”Mr. Price discussed the landscape and human capital needs for early and growth stage companies.
Professor, Geisel School of Medicine, The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science
Senior Institute Associate - Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard Business School
Guest Speaker in the Structure, Organization and Economics of the Health Care Industry, Spring Term 2015
Critical Care: Prescriptions for Marketing With Big Data
Mr. Meade leads an integrated group that includes the Marketing, Research, Advertising, Product, Member Experience, Communications, Public Affairs, Thought Leadership, Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Relations functions as well as the Aetna Foundation.
Panel: Doing Well by Doing Good: New Models in Healthcare
The student-led conference held a healthcare focused panel with guests Daphne Psacharopoulos, T’98, Senior Vice President, Client Services & Strategic Initiatives, PatientsLikeMe; Julie Skaff, T’08, Implementation and Account Management, Grand Rounds; and Liam Donohue, T’95, Co-founder and Managing Partner, .406 Ventures. Moderated by Merritt Patridge, T13, Director for Strategy and Operations, The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science.
“Disruptive Philanthropy: Science + Mission Fights Disease”
The Healthcare Initiative, together with the Entrepreneurship Initiative, the Center for Business & Society and the Alan Smith D’52, T’53 Visiting Executive Program hosted this public event focused on the foundation’s entrepreneurial strategy to accelerate the development of new drugs.
Professor Vijay Govindarajan presented “Leveraging India: Innovation and Leadership.” He shared his experience in emerging markets, research and lessons in innovation in health care delivery and harnessing the power of business to solve social problems. Through these themes, Professor Govindarajan made the case for India, highlighted India as an innovation lab and discussed global leadership imperatives.
Mr. Do, recently retired EVP and CSO at Merck, talked about his new career direction in leading a non-profit organization. He discussed the challenges of the disease and how good management practices are needed to address the problem.
Elliott Fisher is Director, TDI; James W. Squires Professor of Medicine and Community and Family Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth; Co-Director, Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care. Guest Speaker in Structure, Organization and Economics of the Health Care Industry.
Professor Rob Shumsky, Professor of Operations Management will serve as co-instructor with Prof Paul Gardent in this class. Ms. Miller will serve as responder to the case discussion in Management of Health Care Organizations.
This event was part of the Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies Britt Technology Impact Series and was co-sponsored by the Healthcare Initiative at Tuck. Tech Triage: Health Care's New Network explored the collision of technology and health and focused on how the emergence of new technologies such as personal genetic testing, wearable health and fitness devices, automated health monitoring, decision support services, and Big Data analytics will change the face of medicine as we know it. This panel discussion explored how these technologies have potential to improve outcomes for patients and exactly how they will change medicine.
Steven M. Altschuler, M.D., is the chief executive officer of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the nation’s oldest hospital dedicated to the care of sick children. He spoke in the Strategic and Financial Management of Health Care Institutions course offered at TDI and met with students in the Tuck MD-MBA, Tuck MBA, TDI and MHCDS programs.
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