The 2018 Mark McKenna Lecture in Health Care Management will feature Gov. Mike Leavitt, who served as governor of Utah for 10 years, and also led the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Health and Human Services.
In today’s highly partisan health care environment, Gov. Leavitt is widely known and respected for his ability to bring people and organizations together to focus on what needs to be done to build a sustainable health care system that contributes to overall population health and a strong economy. As a founder and chairman of Leavitt Partners, he advises clients on how to use collaboration to solve problems, boost competitiveness and strengthen resilience in health care.
The McKenna Lecture is made possible by the generous supporters the Mark McKenna Lecture Endowment.
You are also encouraged to attend the Symposium on Health Sector Supply Chain — The Impact of Hurricane Maria on U.S. Health Care Delivery, hosted by ASU’s Health Sector Supply Chain Research Consortium (HSRC).