- On Campus Event
Wednesday, November 29, 2017 8:00am – 5:30pm
MIT Sloan E51 - Wong Auditorium (2 Amherst Street, Cambridge, MA 02142)
The health care industry is in flux, facing shifting economic, regulatory, and societal demands. Yet a vision is emerging: an affordable system that consumers can rely on – not only to diagnose and cure disease, but to help them achieve and maintain health. This transformation from “Health Care” to “Health Management” will require integrating the social determinants of health – how people live, learn, work, and play – into new models of care. MIT is developing these new models and ways of thinking, but it also requires input from you.
Together, we can leverage innovative, system-level management practices that employ analytics, organizational and workforce redesign, and technology.
Hear from MIT faculty who are conducting ground breaking studies that are advancing how the health care industry is managing its digital practices.
Engage with expert industry leaders on machine learning in medicine, digital health innovations, the long term care workforce, and state models of innovations in community health, share their insights and answer the critical questions that are on the minds of every patient.
Network with industry leaders and MIT alumni from a variety of backgrounds
Keynote speakers include
Donald J. Mordecai, MD, National Leader, Mental Health & Wellness, Kaiser Permanente
Dusty Majumdar, PhD, MD, VP and Chief Marketing Officer, IBM Watson Health
NOTE - We have posted the videos and slide decks from each presentation and photos from the day on the MIT Sloan Alumni website. We hope that you will share this link with friends and colleagues and continue to join us at future events at MIT, and around the world.