Graziadio School of Business and Management Hosts Future of Healthcare Symposium

July 27, 2016  | 1 min read

The Graziadio School of Business and Management presented its symposium, The Future of Healthcare, at the Concourse Hotel in Los Angeles on April 28.

The Future of Healthcare, hosted annually by the Graziadio School, explored how advancements in policy and technology can reshape and improve healthcare. The event provided an opportunity to unite experts and professionals to expand the healthcare discussion with shared insights, experiences, and ideas.

Keynote addresses were presented by innovation and education entrepreneur Jeanne Holm, as well as Optum executive vice president Amir Dan Rubin. An evangelist for Data.gov, Holm discussed a live case study that explored how data creates an empowered environment for healthcare transformation, and how this technology can be directly applied to all areas of healthcare and personal business.

Rubin shared his background working to raise patient experience scores to the highest levels in the nation, advancing quality and clinical innovation, and deploying lean management approaches.

This year’s panelists included Keith Stewart, president and CEO of the Division of Hematology and Oncology at the Department of Internal Medicine at the Mayo Clinic, and Davin Lundquist, vice president and chief medical information officer for physician integration at Dignity Health.