Leading Innovation in Health Care Delivery
Chris Trimble, MBA
Contracts that reward value instead of volume are spreading. This is powerful progress in the effort to fix health care, but changing the incentives is only step one. The rest of the job — fixing the care — is up to innovators on the front lines. Across the country, there are tens of thousands of opportunities to build new care teams that transform the way care is delivered. Building on more than a decade of cross-industry research into the best practices for managing innovation within established organizations, Chris Trimble will examine what it takes to succeed, with particular attention to the need for physician leadership.
Chris Trimble is an expert on innovation inside of established organizations. He published his sixth book, How Physicians Can Fix Health Care: One Innovation at a Time, in the Fall of 2015. His prior books include the New York Times bestseller Reverse Innovation: Create Far From Home, Win Everywhere, which focuses on innovation in the emerging markets, and How Stella Saved the Farm, a fable about innovation. Chris is on the faculty at Dartmouth, where he teaches in the MBA, MD, MPH and MHCDS programs.
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