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Leadership in Healthcare: Helping the Healers Lead in the Face of Complexity and Political Uncertainty, Boston

Wednesday, Nov 14 2012 at 11:00 pm - Thursday, Nov 15 2012 at 1:30 am

A panel discussion led by Dr. Howard Forman, MD, Professor, Diagnostic Radiology and Public Health, Professor, Economics and Management, Director, MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare, Director MD/MBA Program @Yale, Director, Health Care Management Program (HCM) @ Yale School of Management Healers know how to heal, but they are challenged to lead more than ever in our changing and increasingly complex health care system. This dynamic panel discussion will provide an overview of today's health care challenges, identify expectations and limitations of physicians as leaders of change, review different approaches and lessons-learned for developing health care leaders, and point out implications for developing leadership in other complex industries. Co-sponsored by SOMAA & Yale Life Sciences Alumni Association & Yale Boston Panelists include: -Tanya Chermak '83, Director of the Leadership Academy, Atrius Health -Rob Greenly '83, Executive Director of the Corporate Physician Leadership Center -Todd O'Brien '12, M.D., Vice Chair of Surgery, North Shore Medical Center. Where: Red Thread (8th Floor), 22 Boston Wharf Road, Boston, MA [Seaport District]. There is a garage on Floors 1-6. Take the elevator up to the 6th floor and then take another to 8th floor offices. When: November 14, 2012, 6:00-8:30pm

Additional Information

  • Contact

    Rob Greenly
  • Location

    22 Boston Wharf Road Boston, Massachusetts