“…volume to value”
“What will define tomorrow’s
successful hospital?” “…navigating healthcare’s altered landscape…”
In November, hospital and healthcare executives will assemble with policymakers, insurers and industry analysts for an important new leadership forum in Washington, D.C., presented by U.S. News & World Report. You are invited to
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“What’s our surest, most sustainable business model?”
“How does one prepare
for an uncertain future?”
Be part of the critical discussion. “We’re convening in Washington, D.C. to address—at the highest level—the challenges facing hospitals today, and to examine the best practices and optimal strategies for charting a course through healthcare’s unpredictable landscape ahead. Will you add your voice to this important conversation?” Brian Kelly, Editor and Chief Content Officer U.S. News & World Report
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future success. These are changing times for the healthcare industry. A shifting patient population, rapidly expanding technology, rising costs, increasing payer and regulatory demands, the uncertainty created by the Affordable Care Act. Those issues—and more—will be front and center at the groundbreaking Hospital of Tomorrow leadership forum, where you’ll have the opportunity to tackle the challenges, examine the strategies and explore the solutions that will prepare your hospital for success in tomorrow’s healthcare world.
A solutions-driven conference inspired by the country’s best hospitals. Hospital of Tomorrow is produced by U.S. News & World Report, a world leader in rankings and research, and internationally known for its rigorous, data-supported analysis of America’s Best Hospitals. Expect a conference that encompasses the same vision and views of the nation’s finest medical institutions, because industry leaders from the top-ranking facilities in the country will be well represented here. These professionals are on the leading edge of healthcare’s emerging trends, and will bring their pioneering strategies and best practices to Washington to explore the solutions that will inform long-term planning and provide a road map into the future.
REGISTER NOW. To ensure quality interaction and optimal collaborative benefits, attendance is limited to 750 executives. ACT NOW TO SECURE YOUR PLACE AT THE TABLE.
Best Insights. Best Ideas. Best Hospitals. High-level learning for C-suite hospital executives.
Hospital of Tomorrow is a C-suite conference that brings together the country’s foremost healthcare executives from across all disciplines for an unprecedented exchange of information and ideas. Use this top tier forum to confer with change makers, collaborate with colleagues and learn from the nation’s most distinguished healthcare experts and innovators from pioneering health systems.
U.S. News Hospital of Tomorrow Advisory Council
Many thanks to the medical experts, leading hospital executives and renowned healthcare visionaries who make up our 2013 Advisory Council, and whose knowledge, expertise and strategic direction have contributed greatly to the program’s high caliber and relevance. Steven J. Corwin, M.D., CEO New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell Toby M. Cosgrove, M.D., President and CEO Cleveland Clinic Kenneth L. Davis, M.D., President and CEO Mount Sinai Medical Center Victor J. Dzau, M.D., President and CEO Duke University Health System Patricia Gabow, M.D., Former CEO Denver Health and Hospital Authority Dean Gruner, President and CEO ThedaCare Elizabeth Nabel, M.D., President Brigham and Women’s Health Care Ronald R. Peterson, President The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System Gregory Poulsen, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer Intermountain Healthcare Louis A. Shapiro, FACHE, President and CEO Hospital for Special Surgery Peter L. Slavin, M.D., President Massachusetts General Hospital Michael Williams, D.O., M.D., M.B.A., President University of North Texas Health Science Center
A focus on pioneering strategies and best practices.
The three-day executive summit offers exclusive opportunities to take part in keynotes, panel discussions and breakout sessions that zero in on critical issues. Forum participants will share case studies, best practices and leading-edge strategies for negotiating healthcare’s unpredictable terrain and shaping its future. Content includes the following areas: design features and developing technologies impacting care quality; end of life care; costs, obstacles and outcomes; strategic partnerships and staffing. Below is a sample listing of Hospital of Tomorrow 2013 conference sessions. HOSPITALS AS HEALTH INSURERS Hospitals that choose to insure a segment of their population gain a unique opportunity to innovate, diversify their revenue streams, improve care, and manage financial risk. Explore the possibilities and the perils. UNLEASHING THE POWER OF BIG DATA The healthcare system is drowning in data. Examine early efforts to make use of Big Data, and how the pioneers are meeting the main challenges: the cost of the necessary technology and the difficulties of getting systems to communicate with each other. HEALTHY POPULATIONS: RETHINKING PRIMARY AND CHRONIC CARE Trends in reimbursement are increasingly motivating hospitals to develop disease-management programs for the chronically ill and undertake population-based prevention efforts for everyone else. This reorientation toward population health lies outside hospitals’ traditional responsibilities and competencies. Presenters will offer a menu of promising strategies hospitals are pursuing to address this challenge.
THE PUSH TO PERSONALIZE MEDICINE Peering into patients’ genes to identify those at high risk for heart disease, diabetes, and certain brain conditions has become reality. Some cancer centers now screen tumors routinely for known mutations that can be targeted by drugs. An update on the status of personalized medicine, costs and obstacles, and how hospitals are re-orienting care accordingly.
Sample Listing of Hospital of Tomorrow featured speakers: Toby M. Cosgrove, M.D. President and CEO Cleveland Clinic Peter L. Slavin, M.D. President Massachusetts General Hospital
INSIDE THE U.S. NEWS BEST HOSPITALS RANKINGS A tutorial on the U.S. News Best Hospitals and Best Children’s Hospitals methodologies. Participants will be able to ask questions and suggest improvements. U.S. News listens carefully to thoughtful critics; many changes made over the years have come from discussions like this one.
William H. “Bill’ Frist, M.D. Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Donna E. Shalala, President, University of Miami Former U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary
For complete session descriptions, updated information on speakers and the schedule-at-a-glance, please visit www.usnewshosptialoftomorrow.com.
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Due to the limited nature of the conference, seats are filling up fast. Registered conference delegates include: Chief Medical Officer
Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters
Cleveland Clinic Children’s
Franciscan Physician Network
President & CEO
Hospital for Special Surgery
Medical University of South Carolina
Executive VP Strategy
Chief Medical Officer
SSM St. Mary’s Health Center
VP Clinical & Support Services
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Chief of Medicine
UT Southwestern University Hospitals
Chief & Vice Chair
Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic
Senior Vice President
Johns Hopkins Health System
Join us in Washington, D.C., the most influential city for healthcare. Hospital of Tomorrow is held in the nation’s capital, where policy-making and hospital management now intersect in unprecedented ways— making it the ideal location for this important industry-shaping conference. For savings on accommodations at the host hotel and airfare, visit our website and click “Reserve Accomodations”.
Published on Aug 22, 2013