November 10, 2016
This online session, presented by University of Michigan Health System (“UMHS”) and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, in collaboration with national healthcare business advisory firm, GE Healthcare Camden Group, will focus on innovative, forward-thinking approaches two leading AHC systems have undertaken to improve patient flow and optimize capacity to achieve measurable outcomes, including designing and implementing a first-of-its-kind command center. Using both systems as case studies, the speakers will share their experiences, challenges, and successes with achieving capacity transformation without expansion, as they enable the transformation needed to thrive as an AHC of the future.
Mary Martin, MPA, Associate Hospital Director – Surgical Services, University of Michigan Health System
Jennifer Naylor, Senior Consulting Manager, GE Healthcare Camden Group
James Scheulen, PA, MBA, Chief Administrative Officer for Emergency and Capacity Management, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Bree Theobald, Vice President, GE Healthcare Camden Group