Date: May 19, 2020 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET
Host: Rick Gates, SVP, Pharmacy and Healthcare, Walgreens Boots Alliance; Partner Committee
• Dave King, Executive Chairman of the Board, Former CEO, LabCorp; Summit Chair
• Mark McClellan, MD, Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy & Robert J. Margolis, M.D., Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy; Duke University Summit Chair
• Howard Zucker, MD, Commissioner of Health, New York State
• Conditions in testing, surveillance, contact tracing to signal a return to semi-normal future
• Guidelines to identify when to re-open businesses, schools, and workplaces
• Key benchmarks for required data, health system capabilities and public health infrastructure
Virtual Gathering Pre-Reads:
• Advancing Treatments to Save Lives and Reduce the Risk of COVID by Scott Gottlieb, former Deputy Commissioner, FDA, and Mark McClellan, MD, Director, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy & Robert J. Margolis, M.D., Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy, Duke University; Summit Chair
• Reopening North Carolina, together step by step by Dale Jenkins, former chair of the N.C. Chamber of Commerce and CEO of Curi; Dave King, Executive Chairman Former CEO of LabCorp and Mark McClellan, MD, Diirector of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy and former Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
• CEOs share early COVID-19 lessons learned to prepare for the next outbreak
The Innovation Lab is a compilation of successful innovations focused on key CEO actions and takeaways. The Innovation Lab includes a series of Impact Reports, Innovation Guides and Innovator CEO Profiles that showcase examples of how provider, payer or life science organizations are using technology and solutions to achieve key business goals and strategic priorities.
COVID-19 Innovation Guide
Returning to the next normal of operations and care delivery will require establishing trust and ensuring safety for employees and consumers as well as leveraging digital technologies — all of which set the stage for adopting new models of care. This first in a three-part series of reports shares lessons learned by Providence, the pandemic’s original ground zero in the U.S. Read the report.