If you were unable to attend the brown bags and want to obtain a copy of each presentation, they are provided in the archives for your convenience.
In summer 2010, the focus of NUSAC’s summer brown bag was perspectives on the impact of health care reform. If you were interested in this topic, you may be interested in the upcoming MacEachern Symposium: Re-forming Healthcare After Health Reform.
Re-Forming Healthcare After Health Reform: ACOs and Other Innovations in Healthcare
May 11th, 2011, James L. Allen Center, Northwestern University, Evanston Campus
Malcolm T. MacEachern, M.D was a legendary figure in healthcare management and in the drive to improve the standards of quality in medical care delivery. Dr. MacEachern devoted himself to training students in the hospital administration program (now Kellogg’s Health Enterprise Management Program), which he founded in 1943 at Northwestern, the oldest accredited program in the nation and the first to establish itself in a business school.
Among the speakers at this year’s symposium:
Karen Ignani, President and CEO, America’s Health
Prof. Lawton, R. Burns, Prof and Chair of Healthcare Management at The Wharton School
Glenn Steele, President and CEO, Geisinger Health System
Have an idea for a future brown bag? E-mail NUSAC at firstname.lastname@example.org.