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Educating for the Modern Global Economy 
How To Deliver Truly Sustainable And High Value Health Care: Maximizing The Potential Of Cross-Border Learning
30 Oct - 30 Oct, 2013
 2013-2014 Winter Festival: A New Year's Celebration



Wednesday, October 30, 2013

09:00    Welcome and Introduction
Herbert P. Gleason, formerly Chairman of the Board of Health and Hospitals of the City of Boston, and member of the Salzburg Global Seminar Board of Directors 1950 - 2010

09:10    Improving the Health of the Communities we serve: Massachusetts General Hospital’s Approach to Delivering High Quality Care to All
Dr. Peter Slavin, Massachusetts General Hospital

09:30    Plenary discussion

10:00    Break

10:20     How Do We Get To The Next Level of Quality Improvement in Low and Middle Income Countries?
Dr. M. Rashad Massoud, Director of the USAID Health Care Improvement Project (HCI), URC-CHS

10:40    Plenary discussion

11:10     How Can Cross-Border Learning Maximize Real Value and Innovation in Health Care Delivery?
Dr. Albert G. Mulley Jr., Director, Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science

11:30    Plenary discussion

12:00    Lunch

13:00    'Reverse Innovation': learning from innovation in resource constrained contexts
Working Groups
led by Dr. Kristian Olson, Clinician Educator, Massachusetts General Hospital; and Medical Director of the Consortium for Affordable Medical Technology (CAMTech)
With Kevin Cedrone, Plasma Science and Fusion Center, MIT, and
Craig Mielcarz, Principal at Mielcarz Consulting, Inc.

14:15    Break

14:30     Engaging Vulnerable Communities: Peru and The United States
Dr. Jaime Bayona, Director of Global Health Programs and Practice, Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science
William Walczak, Founder, Codman Square Health Center
Dr. Clemens Hong, Massachusetts General Hospital

15:00    Plenary discussion

15:30     How to Realize the right to Health: Engagement of the People in the Design and Implementation of Health Systems
Dr. Maria-Luisa Escobar, Manager, Health Practice, The World Bank Institute
Dr. Roberto Iunes, Senior Health Economist, The World Bank Institute
Dr. Michael Barry, President, the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation

16:00    Plenary discussion

16:30    Adjourn

17:00     Public Lecture: The Role of Quality Improvement in Strengthening Health Systems: Can we Collectively Improve the Science?
Dr. Tim Ferris, Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Gregg Meyer, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Respondent: Dr. Katrina Armstrong, Chair of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital

18:30    Reception MGH Russell Museum

Please click here to download the Program as a pdf-file.

Please note:
The seminar will take place in the Trustee Room, and the public lecture at 5 pm is in the O’Keeffe Auditorium.
Please click here for a map of MGH as a pdf-file (address at the bottom of the page; hotel recommendations are included).


Roberto Iunes
Albert Mulley

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