Symposium 2013 Leading Together

Leading Together

Overview

This national symposium on health management and policy involved over 300 top practitioners, researchers and policy makers who gathered together to listen and share innovative ideas and best practices for meeting the challenges in the transformation to population health. We would like to extend our gratitude to all of our generous sponsors and supporters, without whom this event could not have taken place.

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  • Over 300 friends, colleagues, faculty and students from across the country packed the ballroom to learn and share ideas.

    Over 300 friends, colleagues, faculty and students from across the country packed the ballroom to learn and share ideas.

  • Wayne Lerner, HMP alumnus and GLC Advisory Board Chair.

    Wayne Lerner, HMP alumnus and GLC Advisory Board Chair.

  • Attendees included alumni, colleagues, faculty, students and friends.

    Attendees included alumni, colleagues, faculty, students and friends.

  • Emily Friedman, Independent Health Policy and Ethics Analyst, was the keynote speaker.

    Emily Friedman, Independent Health Policy and Ethics Analyst, was the keynote speaker.

  • Presenters challenged attendees to consider the transformation to population health.

    Presenters challenged attendees to consider the transformation to population health.

  • Speakers Emily Friedman and Debbie Chang, member of the GLC Advisory Board.

    Speakers Emily Friedman and Debbie Chang, member of the GLC Advisory Board.

  • Leon Haley, HMP alum and GLC Advisory Board member speaks with John Griffith, Professor Emeritus.

    Leon Haley, HMP alum and GLC Advisory Board member speaks with John Griffith, Professor Emeritus.

  • HMP students attended with professionals from across the country.

    HMP students attended with professionals from across the country.

  • Students meet speaker GLC Advisory Board member and HMP alumnus, Dan Edmonds-Waters.

    Students meet speaker GLC Advisory Board member and HMP alumnus, Dan Edmonds-Waters.

  • Marianne Udow-Phillips, Director, CHRT and GLC Advisory Board member with colleagues.

    Marianne Udow-Phillips, Director, CHRT and GLC Advisory Board member with colleagues.

  • John Griffith, Professor Emeritus with speaker Elliot Joseph, President and CEO, Hartford HealthCare and HMP alumnus.

    John Griffith, Professor Emeritus with speaker Elliot Joseph, President and CEO, Hartford HealthCare and HMP alumnus.

  • Speaker Amir Rubin, President and CEO, Stanford Health Care and HMP alumnus with Associate Professor Christy Lemak, GLC Faculty Director.

    Speaker Amir Rubin, President and CEO, Stanford Health Care and HMP alumnus with Associate Professor Christy Lemak, GLC Faculty Director.

Select presentations

Deborah Chang ('87)
Vice President, Policy and Prevention
Nemours
Innovations in Population Health: Perspectives from an Integrated Child Health System

Daniel Edmonds-Waters ('91)
Vice President, National Sales Operations and Performance
Kaiser Permanente
Ronald Louis Copeland, M.D.
Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer
Kaiser Permanente
Winning in the New World: Integrated Systems of Care and the Age of Population Care

Mark Herzog ('82)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Holy Family Memorial Hospital
Inspired Caring: Transforming for Population Health

Elliot Joseph ('79)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Hartford HealthCare
Transformation: The Leadership Imperative

Ramanathan Raju, M.D.
Chief Executive Officer
Cook County Health and Hospital System
Leading the Transformation from Provider TO Provider, Payer and Plan while Focusing on the Patient

Jeffrey D. Selberg
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Leading Together: What Will It Take?

Herbert C. Smitherman, Jr., M.D. ('94)
Assistant Dean, Community and Urban Health; Associate Professor, Department of Internal
Medicine and Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University
School of Medicine/Detroit Medical Center; President and CEO
Health Centers Detroit Foundation
Managing Change through Population Health