10th Annual Employer Leadership Summit

10th Annual Employer Leadership Summit

May 19, 2017

Transitioning our health care system from one that is expensive and inequitable to one that is affordable and equitable requires keeping people healthy and providing consistent and outstanding patient care. This was the overarching message from 2017’s sold-out Annual Employer Leadership Summit.
“Health care reform is about simple execution with a high degree of collaboration,” said keynote speaker, Andy Slavitt. “Instead of building a new hospital wing or imaging center, we need to build better prevention programs that take social determinants into consideration. The cost of treating chronic conditions is out of control; people are becoming very sophisticated in their health care knowledge, and are ready to do their part.”

Summit Photos:

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Available Presentations:

Panel Discussion: Taking Aim at Low- and No-value Health Care to Reduce Costs and Improve Health
Mac Baird (University of Minnesota), Keith Cook (MedImpact), Stefan Gildemeister (MN Department of Health), Dom Lorusso (Consumer Reports)

Panel Discussion: Flexible, Scalable, Affordable: Real Solutions for Stopping Diabetes in its Tracks
Cherie Buraglio (HealthFitness), Brenda Schmidt (Solera Health), Dan Sheeran (HealthSlate), Nancy Van Buren (Blood Centers of America)

Is Minnesota Still a Health Reform Leader?
Manny Munson-Regala, Principal, Root Cause Consulting LLC

A Day in the Life of Learn to Live [Presentation not publicly available. To view, please contact Sue Jesseman ([email protected])]
Dale Cook, CEO and Co-Founder, Learn to Live

Innovator’s Showcase Participants

Meeting Materials:

Program and Speaker Biographies
Taking Action Express: Summit Special Edition
Summit Sponsors
News Release: POPS! Diabetes Care Receives Minnesota Health Action Group Innovation Award
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