Date: Tuesday, May 26 | Time: 10–11 a.m. PT/1–2 p.m. ET
Host: Sachin Jain, MD, former President & CEO, CareMore; Innovator Circle
• Alice Chen, MD, Deputy Secretary for Policy and Planning and Chief of Clinical Affairs, California Health and Human Services Agency
• Peter Fine, President & CEO, Banner Health
• Karen Ignagni, President & CEO, EmblemHealth
The Leadership During a Crisis: Authenticity, Decision Making and Communication webcast brings together a group of cross sector leadership to explore key leadership issues during the post-COVID era. True leadership requires both a vision for the future as well as the courage to make the tough calls, especially in times of crisis. Join health care leaders for a dialogue on how to demonstrate leadership with authenticity, shift decision making and ensure effective communication to manage demands of the pandemic and forecast leadership challenges in a post-COVID era.
Virtual Gathering Pre-Reads:
• Forbes Op-Ed by Sachin Jain: The Healthcare Innovation Bubble: Making The Most Of The COVID 19 Crisis
• CEOs are divided on speaking out in polarizing times
• Op-Ed by James Hudspeth and Sachin Jain: Maintaining morale in crisis: 4 lessons from leading through Covid-19
• An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US by Colette deJong, Alice Chen and Bernard Lo of University of California, San Francisco Department of Medicine
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.