Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery
December 9 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
MO-ACHE Virtual Face-to-Face Education Program, Disruptive Innovation in Healthcare Delivery
Disruptive innovation, a term coined by Harvard professor Clayton M. Christensen, is a transformative business model that leverages technology to help focus on making products and services more accessible and affordable. In healthcare delivery, disruptive innovations have the potential to decrease costs while improving both the quality and accessibility of care. Disruptive innovations enable new applications and changes in behaviors. The current thinking with many innovators is a belief that a host of disruptive innovations would have wide implications for payers by shifting payment models to reward precision diagnostic tests and abilities of providers. Several current disruptive innovations like retail clinics, telemedicine, medical tourism, and point-of-care medical payments are making a major difference in how health care is delivered. This panel will focus on the role of innovation in the medical marketplace and examples of disruptive innovations that will change lives in health care.
Denise Murphy – Vice President, Patient Care Systems & Chief Nurse Executive, BJC Learning Institute
– Damon Broyles, MD, FAAFP – VP, Clinical Innovation Services, Mercy Technology Services
– Ali Rahnavard – Assistant Professor of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, George Washington University – Milken Institute School of Public Health
– Vijay Chauhan – GlobalSTL Lead, GlobalSTL, an initiative of BioSTL
– David Danhauer, MD, FAAP, FHIMSS – System VP/CMIO, Owensboro Health
Virtual Face-to-Face Credit – 1.5 hours
This program has been approved for 1.5 hours of ACHE virtual Face-to-Face credit.