The Center for Healthcare Innovation is committed to producing and organizing the highest quality, innovative educational workshops, events, and symposia that help healthcare stakeholders increase their knowledge and understanding of the opportunities and challenges of maximizing healthcare value to improve health and quality of life. Our goal is to increase understanding of the definition, framework, and metrics of healthcare value, as well as bring together key healthcare stakeholders to develop collaborative relationships to positively impact healthcare quality, costs, and access. Click on our upcoming events below to learn more:
Thursday, February 8, 2018 | San Francisco, CA, USA
The Breakthroughs in Healthcare Diversity Symposium is a leading collaborative symposium for patients, patient groups, clinicians, researchers, technologists, healthcare and life science executives, and diversity and inclusion advocates to discuss diversity and inclusion in healthcare. The symposium brings these groups together in a collaborative forum to create networks, discuss best practices, and exchange new ideas related to making healthcare more diverse, with a specific focus on understanding how to serve underserved patient groups, including racial and ethnic minorities, women, and the LGBT community. The symposium will also focus on in helping provider, pharma, and other organizations who serve patients with the latest ideas and insights on how these organizations can become more diverse and inclusive in order to best understand the unique and diverse needs of the patients they serve. Attendees will learn the newest insights and ideas, discuss practical solutions, and meet industry and marketplace colleagues.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 | Chicago, IL, USA
The Diversity, Inclusion, & Life Sciences Symposium is an annual, interactive, collaborative symposium for life sciences and healthcare executives, entrepreneurs, policymakers, researchers, scientists, technologists, academics, and service providers to discuss best practices as well as challenges and opportunities at the crucial interface of diversity, inclusion, and the life sciences industry. The symposium is the world’s preeminent annual conference focused specifically on mutually beneficial collaborations between the life sciences industry and diverse communities. Attendees will gain valuable contacts, connections, knowledge, information, and insights.
3rd Quarter 2018 | Aurora, IL, USA
The Patient Engagement Workshop: Building a Healthy Aurora Community is an educational workshop designed to help the Aurora healthcare community optimize engagement with patients and residents. The workshop will bring together leading healthcare experts, community, and patient groups in a collaborative setting to exchange new information, ideas, and best practices on how to build healthier communities. The workshop will focus on how to (1) engage and encourage patients and residents on how to be active participants in their care and wellbeing, (2) develop coordinated messaging for patients, and (3) explore new and novel ways to reach residents and patients. The workshop will welcome healthcare professional, patients, community-based organizations, and non-traditional health care organizations (e.g. schools, utilities). The workshop will also be followed up by a comprehensive executive summary research report, designed to equip attendees with the latest insights and innovative ideas on how to build healthier communities.
2nd Quarter 2018 | Washington, DC, USA
The Patient as Innovator workshop is an educational forum for patients, providers, payers, and policymakers to discuss innovative ways to create an earlier intersection between patients and developers of medical technologies in order to deliver a more informed, value-driven approach to the innovation of new medical solutions, technologies, and treatments. In today’s healthcare landscape, patients are dramatically more informed, empowered, and financially invested in their health and well-being than ever before. Technology has also made today’s patients as savvy and informed as ever. Additionally, providers, payers, and policymakers are faced with rising costs, increasing demand, and other pressures as healthcare transitions to a value-based system. Thus, it is critical to engage key stakeholders and incorporate their perspectives earlier in development phases in order to ensure that provider organizations deliver healthcare products that are producing maximum value and quality, increasing access, and reducing costs for patients.
Thursday, October 12, 2017 | New York, NY, USA
The annual healthcare executive roundtable, which is an expert, cross-sectoral, collaborative discussion designed to help healthcare stakeholders optimize engagement, communication, and collaboration. The roundtable is limited to a smaller and more intimate group of senior healthcare executives discussing key issues impacting healthcare. This year’s roundtable will focus on many of the pressing healthcare value and pricing issues facing today’s consumers, including a focus on drug pricing, generics, and shift from volume to value.