Why should you attend? 

Facing the challenges of a rapidly aging population, and a rapidly changing health delivery landscape, clinicians are increasingly called upon to lead and manage change. Who better to design a better path forward in delivering high quality cost effective care that delivers exceptional outcomes than the clinicians or administrators who have been in the trenches of medicine? Yet when the time comes to lead we often discover that the years of training in anatomy, pathology, and pharmacology that serve so well in one-on-one medicine are not enough. Traditional education in medicine does not cover how to lead organizational transformation, analyze business opportunities, or manage in complex healthcare organizations. To lead effectively requires a new skill set for clinicians and this calls for a new kind of training.

Friday, July 29
  • Change is Hard: A Leadership Case Study
  • Current Healthcare Ecosystem: Implications for Geriatric Care
  • Opportunities for Leadership in Geriatrics
  • Taking Risk
  • Leadership Team Development
  • Program Development & Implementation Strategies Within Large Organizations 
  • Workflow Integration of Clinical Programs
  • Small Interactive Workgroups
  • Funding Your Project: A Group Challenge
  • Health Equity - Opportunities for Geriatric Leaders
Get to know Faculty
Saturday, July 30
  • The Most Important Issues Facing Geriatrics
  • Making the Case for Value in Quality Improvement
  • Theory Burst: How to Run an Effective Meeting
  • Theory Burst: Priorities & Communication
  • Small Interactive Workgroups
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Making the Case for Value in Quality Improvement
  • Theory Burst: Avoiding Burnout
  • Capstone Session: Analysis and Application
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