21 Aug Transform 2013 – Where Business and Healthcare Collide
The cronut, the collision of a donut and croissant. CHOMP!
The tootsie roll pop, the collision of a lollie pop and a chocolatey center. LICK!
The root beer float, the collision of ice cream and sugary soda beverage. SLURP!
Food collisions have taken the food industry by storm. Exciting customers with creative changes and delightful surprises. But what about the healthcare industry? Is the collision of business and healthcare providing positive change?
Are healthcare missions being upheld while meeting business objectives?
What better way to explore the collision of healthcare and business, then to invite industry leaders and experts to the Mayo Clinic's Center for Innovation Transform Symposium main stage!
Maria Bartiromo, CNBC anchor and journalist, will moderate Transform's 'Collide' panel discussion between industry experts and leaders. Bartiromo's expertise in both journalism and reporting can be seen anywhere from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to the Emmy winning news-documentary, "Inside the Mind of Google." Never shying away from a story Bartiromo will facilitate what is sure to be a lively panel discussion.
Bartiromo will lead the discussion with; Roy A. Beveridge, M.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Office at Humana, Paul E. Jacobs, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board and CEO of QualComm Incorporated and Larry Keeley, Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and President and Co-Founder of Doblin Inc.
Roy A. Beveridge, M.D., is charged with leading Humana's integrated care delivery model, developing and implementing Humana's clinical strategy, and creating cost and quality improvement. Beveridge brings a dynamic perspective to the conversation, coming from a healthcare company that markets and administers health insurance.
Paul E. Jacobs, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board and CEO of QualComm Incorporated is charged with leadership and oversight of all the company's initiatives and operations. Jacobs brings an emphasis on tech innovation to the conversation, as he leads a broad range of technical teams and has been granted more than 45 patents for his inventions in the areas of wireless technology and devices.
Larry Keeley, Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and President and Co-Founder of Doblin Inc., is charged with helping many global companies on innovation effectiveness. Keeley brings a focus on innovation effectiveness and the tools needed to deliver innovation effectiveness.