Healing our Health Care System: Transforming the Future

  • 08 Jan 2013
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Sinai Hospital Baltimore MD

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On January 8, 2013, come hear a panel of health care experts in a lively and inspiring discussion about health care from their perspectives and ways in which we can make positive and sustainable change.

Health Care Legislation, Health Coaching,
Physician Leadership Development and
Workplace Wellness Programs will be explored
as Viable and Promising Solutions

It is no secret that our current health care system is in urgent need of care and in spite of increased access to sophisticated research about how to stay healthy, our nation is fast becoming increasingly unhealthy, while the cost of health care continues to rise.

The United States is number 1 in obesity, 37th in infant mortality rate, and tied at 54th with Fiji for fairness in health care, yet it is spending over 16% of the GDP on health care--the highest per person by far in the world.

As health care experts look to address the epidemic of chronic disease and the out-of- control cost of health care, the solutions must be multi-faceted and must take a multi-discipline approach.  A shift must be made from a system that focuses solely on sick-care and disease management, to one that is invested in prevention, self-care, self-responsibility and wellness.  Regardless of who pays the bills, unless we begin to emphasize health care prevention, all the increased health care coverage in the world will not truly solve the problems of the growing cost of health care, the deteriorating health and the subsequent loss of employee productivity.

This event is co-sponsored by the Tai Sophia Institute.

 


Date: Jan 08, 2013
Time: Registration 6:30 – 7:00pm Program: 7:00 – 8:30pm
Place: Sinai Hospital, 2401 W. Belvedere Ave.,
Baltimore, MD, 21215, Zamoiski Auditorium
Phone: 410-601-9000
Cost:
Before Jan 1st - $35.00 members; $45.00 non-members
After Jan 1st - $45 members; $55 non-members

Distinguished Panelists:

Warren A. Green, President and Chief Executive Officer, LifeBridge Health.  Mr. Green has total responsibility for LifeBridge Health, which is the parent company for Sinai Hospital, Northwest Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Sinai Rehabilitation, LifeBridge Health and Fitness as well as a number of other smaller subsidiaries in Baltimore, Maryland.  He received both his B.A. in English and Master of Science in Health Care Administration degrees from the University of Pittsburgh.  Prior to entering the voluntary healthcare field, Mr. Green served as a Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps of the United States Naval Reserve, in Portsmouth, Virginia.

Z. Colette Edwards, M.D., M.B.A. is a gastroenterologist who leads Insight MD, a healthcare business consultancy which offers a broad portfolio of services to corporations, one of which is PeopleTweaker, a coaching service line providing health, wellness, and life coaching, training in health coaching techniques for health professionals and support staff, and coaching for physicians suffering burnout. She is the Managing Editor of The Wharton Healthcare Quarterly and a graduate of Harvard University, The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, the Wharton School, and the Health and Wellness Graduate Certificate Program in Health and Wellness Coaching from the Tai Sophia Institute.

Mitchell Schwartz M.D., Chief Medical Officer, Anne Arundel Health System & President of Physician Enterprise, LLC. Dr. Schwartz is responsible for quality initiatives, development of the physician enterprise, integration and enhancement of the IT structure and clinical programs growth. Dr. Schwartz graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA in 1981 and earned his MD from the University of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine in 1985 with honors. He served as Chief Resident on Internal Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and, as well as completed a fellowship in Cardiology in 1992.

Jonathan W. Anders, Chief Executive Officer of Allegeant Accountable Care Solutions an organization providing strategic accountable solutions to business and organizations for managing workforce health risks. In addition, Jonathan is the Chairman of the Joint Legislative Committee for both the Maryland Association of Health Underwriters (MAHU) and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA).


Read Susan Hahn's article on Coaching and Healthcare as was posted in the Maryland Chapter of the ICF President's Corner e-broadcast.


This event is co-sponsored by
the
Tai Sophia Institute.

 

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