Conference on Healthcare Innovation (CHI)

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Conference on Healthcare Innovation (CHI):

improving healthcare value

Prentice Women’s Hospital

250 E. Superior Street

3rd Floor Conference Area 

Northwestern University Medical Center

Chicago, Illinois 60611 USA

May 2, 2014

We are pleased to invite you to the  “Conference on Healthcare Innovation (CHI): improving healthcare value”,  sponsored by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and organized by the Marshall Memorial Fellowship Alumni Leadership project.

Innovation to improve value in healthcare may be achieved via a multitude of pathways: by scientific, translational research, or novel ways to utilize technology or a process. Innovation occurs when the “discovery “, be it drug, device, or process, adds value to healthcare by improving quality or reducing costs.

This convening seeks to educate, inspire, and forge networks regionally, nationally, transatlantically, and globally to lead to better healthcare value.

CHI has limited seating to allow for learning and networking in an intimate environment. We ask that participants who register for CHI stay for the duration of the convening.

CHI Planning Committee Leader: Shubha Ahya

CHI Planning Committee: Michael Brown, Lerry Knox, Lavinia Orac, Liani Reeves, Nancy Sullivan

Registration for CHI is required. To learn more about CHI and register, Click Here.

You will receive an registration acceptance email and a request for confirmation of your attendance on Tuesday, April 29, 2014.

To learn more about GMF:

http://www.gmfus.org/

To learn more about GMF Transatlantic Leadership Initiatives projects:

http://www.gmfus.org/archives/results-of-mmf-alumni-leadership-projects-2/#sthash.L15BLl8t.dpuf

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