The future of health care requires the leaders of providers, payers, employers and government to create solutions. The Redefining Health Care Workshops provide actionable insights — things leaders can do differently immediately — and equip participants to think strategically, begin to solve problems, and ultimately, redefine health care delivery around health and creating value for patients.
An outgrowth of the internationally acclaimed Health Care Strategy program at Harvard Business School, the workshops combine a library of value-based health care case studies, facilitated discussions, innovative frameworks and content-expert lectures. By studying others’ struggles — and successes — in redefining health care, leaders from every health organization will broaden and deepen their understanding of value, and the specific steps they can take now to make change happen.
Led by Elizabeth Teisberg and Scott Wallace, professors at the Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin, the interactive, onsite programs are completely customized to the learning objectives of the sponsor. Accomplished advisers and innovative educators, the professors teach from from their own research and experiences, combining deep expertise with an entertaining style that is at once disarming and enabling. The workshops are engaging and centered on conversation, and both professors view each workshop as an opportunity to guide an organization toward driving meaningful change in health care. The experience is about the leaders and the capabilities their organizations need to deliver value and improve health outcomes.
Stand-out benefits include:
Rooted in the 2006 groundbreaking book by Professor Teisberg and Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter, the workshops build on a decade of experience implementing value-based health care delivery concepts. The workshop’s program content can be targeted more deeply into any dimension that addresses the organization’s specific needs and concerns. Past programs have taught leaders to develop strategies that:
Care Delivery Strategy:
Employee Health Strategy: