Date(s) - 30 Nov 2023
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Arizona Business and Health Summit 2023
Arizona Business and Health Summit: Implementing Programs for Resilience: Lessons for Sustained Change in Healthcare Provider Organizations
day & time
W. P. Carey School of Business, McCord Hall Room 106, Avnet Lounge
450 E. Lemon St Tempe, AZ 85281
Free admission with registration
The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, in collaboration with Arizona Biomedical Research Centre, is hosting the second annual Arizona Business and Health Summit (ABHS). The summit will be a place for researchers, clinicians, practitioners, public policy makers, and community partners to advance business and health throughout Arizona through increased collaboration.
The conference is a not-to-be-missed event: A full day focusing on the discovery environment in Arizona for those conducting and using health- and business-related research.
Arizona Business and Health Summit Focus Areas for 2023
In 2023, the ABHS will focus on Implementing Programs for Resilience: Lessons for Sustained Change in Healthcare Provider Organizations.
The summit is an opportunity for healthcare managers, executives, clinicians, and academics to learn about progressive practices from different sectors and document success factors for implementing and sustaining innovative programs and policies to solve business challenges and improve resilience.
During the summit, we will reflect upon strategies employed by suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and providers to mitigate ongoing challenges – focusing on project goals, options considered, evaluation criteria (e.g., strategic fit, risk, ROI), business requirements, anticipated and accrued benefits, and impact on the end-user/ customer/ patient.
To understand the role of evidence-based management and implementation practices across sectors with a special emphasis on healthcare provider organizations.
• If you are a manager, attend to learn best practices for successful implementation projects related to resilience.
• If you are an executive, attend to learn best practices for successful implementation projects related to resilience and how to best introduce, manage, and lead through change, given your role as a change manager.
• If you are a health sector clinician, attend to learn about successful implementation programs for resilience. Change is challenging in clinical settings, even when great evidence supports it. This Symposium is an opportunity to learn more about the important competency of managing change.
• If you are an academic, attend to learn about significant and successful resilience initiatives in the health sector and gather ideas for research. ASU prides itself on its commitment to practice-inspired research. Our research, too often, is fairly lacking in its provision of “implications for practice.” Presenters will provide insights into how managers seek and employ knowledge in managerial decision-making, providing guidance for increasing the relevance of our research.
- Breakfast and Welcome: Ohad Kadan, Charles J. Robel Dean and Distinguished Chair, W. P. Carey School of Business
- Introduction to the Summit Template and Implementation Science for Business
- Implementing Resilience in Supplier Organizations
- Bringing Services to Where the Customer/Patient is
- Cross-Case Discussion – Facilitated Engagement with the Audience
- Preparedness for the Long Game
- Intermediary Organization Roles for Preparedness
- Cross Case Discussion – Facilitated Engagement with the Audience
- Implications for Research
- Reception: End of day networking for all attendees
- Anna Choi, Project Manager, AZ Next
- Phillip Barr, Assistant Director, Operations and Courses, Center Healthcare Delivery and Policy
- Denis A. Cortese, MD, Professor and Director, Center for Healthcare Delivery and Policy
- Jim Eckler, M.S., Visiting Professor, W. P. Carey Supply Chain Management
- Keith Frey, MD, Senior Advisor and Professor of Practice, W. P. Carey School of Business
- Mikaella Polyviou, PhD, Assistant Professor, W.P. Care Supply Chain Management
- Raghu Santanam, PhD, Senior Associate Dean for Executive Education, Corporate Partnerships and Lifelong Learning, McCord Chair in Business and Professor
- Eugene Schneller, PhD, Professor, W. P. Carey Supply Chain Management
- Jeffrey Wilson, PhD, Associate Dean of Research and Inclusive Excellence
- Natalia Wilson, MD MPH, Executive Director, Center for Healthcare Delivery and Policy, Adjunct Faculty College of Health Solutions