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Leading Transformation Efforts to Improve Health From Theory to Execution
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When: Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Where: Park Hotel
Madison, Wisconsin 
United States

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Join the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement and the HealthDoers Network in a one-day summit to learn how transformation efforts can improve health. The summit will provide leaders, senior executives, quality improvement and population health professionals theory and insights to help build or sustain cultures that support transformation. Participants will also learn practical ways to engage stakeholders in the transformation process – an essential element in efforts to achieve the triple aim. You’ll be surrounded by leaders with similar challenges and experiences, and learn from those who have been successful about how they did it and what they’re doing now to ensure future success. 

Expand your understanding of large scale system theory of change and discuss how to build a culture that supports transformation in your community;

➢ Explore the importance of multi-sector partnerships in healthcare system redesign;

➢ Learn tactics to execute transformation strategies including specific tools to engage each stakeholder group;

➢ Hear from your peers about what they have done to fuel creativity locally 


Keynote Speaker, John Toussaint, MD Dr. Toussaint, co-author of On the Mend: Revolutionizing Healthcare to Save Lives and Transform the Industry, is internationally recognized for his work in transforming healthcare. He is the founder and CEO of Catalysis (formerly ThedaCare Center for Healthcare Value); the founding chair of the Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality and of the Wisconsin Health Information Organization; and the non-executive leader of the Partnership for Healthcare Payment Reform in Wisconsin. He was Dr. Toussaint’s healthcare improvement work has been featured in a wide range of journals and news outlets ranging from Health Affairs and the Journal of Healthcare Management, to the Wall Street Journal and TIME Magazine.

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