College of Business, Crain's to host 'Sustainability in Healthcare Management' talk on Feb. 8
UM-Dearborn and Crain's Detroit Business will host a "Sustainability in Healthcare Management" panel discussion from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 8 in Quad E of the Fairlane Center North Building.
The event will explore how healthcare providers are adapting to the impact of various dimensions of sustainability in the design and delivery of their services. The talk will shed light on best practices, standards and initiatives launched by the industry and the implications of the recently adopted health care reform bill on sustainability related issues.
Panelists will include:
- William R. Alvin
President and chief executive officer of Health Alliance Plan (HAP) and senior vice president of Henry Ford Health System
- Vernice Davis Anthony
President and chief executive officer of Greater Detroit Area Health Council
- Joseph T. Aoun
Shareholder of Nuyen, Tomtishen and Aoun, P.C. and an insurance/healthcare business lawyer
- Malcolm Henoch, M.D.
Senior vice president and chief medical officer for Oakwood Healthcare, Inc. and president of Oakwood Physician Practices Division
- Daniel Wakeman
President and chief executive officer of St. Luke Hospital
A networking breakfast will be held from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. prior to the presentation. Payment and registration is required to attend the event. Visit https://www.umd.umich.edu/index.php?id=691950 for more details and to register.
The "Sustainability in Healthcare Management" discussion is part of the Betty F. Elliott Initiative for Academic Excellence, which was launched in early 2010 by the College of Business as a campus-wide exploration of critical business issues which will connect business leaders, alumni, faculty and students throughout the next decade and beyond. The theme for the year 2010-11 is "The Business of Sustainability".
The Elliott Initiative is made possible by a generous gift from Edward W. Elliott, Jr. (B.B.A. '67) in memory of his late wife, Betty F. Elliott (B.B.A. '67).
The University of Michigan-Dearborn does not necessarily endorse speakers' views.