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The Dawn Gideon Lecture

The Dawn Gideon Lecture and webcast is an annual educational event funded by the Dawn Gideon Foundation and conducted by the Department of Health Policy and Management at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health in cooperation with the HPM Alumni Association and made possible by the contributing sponsorship of the Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania. Learn more and view past lectures.

 

2018 Dawn Gideon Lecture and Webcast

INNOVATION IMPACT:
COLLABORATION, CONSOLIDATION, AND COMPETITION IN HEALTHCARE

Monday, November 12, 2018, University Club, Ballroom A
12 Noon Luncheon & Arrival
1:00 PM lecture and webcast portion of the program
2:30 PM Meet & Greet

View video 
Webcast Link: https://tinyurl.com/y9ol7epn

MODERATOR
Everette James, M. Allen Pond Professor of Health Policy and Management, director, Health Policy Institute, University of Pittsburgh

PANELISTS
Sarah Ahmad, senior vice president, innovation & transformation strategy, Highmark Health
Lou Shapiro (HPM ʼ85), president and chief executive officer, Hospital for Special Surgery
Rasu Shrestha, chief innovation officer, UPMC & executive vice president, UPMC Enterprises

Join senior healthcare leaders to explore how organizations are adopting innovative strategies to survive and prosper in the new environment. Experts will answer your questions on innovations in technology, service delivery and organizational change.

REGISTER at the bottom of this page.
Tweet and tag #Gideon @PittPubHealth

HPM Event Questions?

For more information, contact: 

Ali Greenholt
412-624-3123

Doreen Hernandez
412-383-0614 

Jennifer Sciullo
phalum@pitt.edu 
412-648-9725

Dawn Gideon

Dawn Gideon

A proud graduate of Pitt’s hospital administration program, Dawn Gideon (MHA ΄83) built an extraordinarily successful career as a visionary leader in health care—one that was sadly far too brief. Learn more about her and the Dawn Gideon Foundation.

Continuing Education

Participants are eligible for 2 ACHE Qualified Education hours and/or 2 CPH-CE credits

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