Hosted at Kiln coworking space in downtown Salt Lake City and livestreamed online, Utah Business editor Elle Griffin will moderate a deep-dive discussion with Utah healthcare executives about the intricacies of navigating a global pandemic. In partnership with Roseman University, we’ll discuss how our panelists responded to the crisis, what steps their organizations took to pivot to a new normal, and what innovations were made that will set us up for a more sustainable future. Find the agenda of the event below.
2:00-2:55pm: We’ll be discussing the state of healthcare now. Including:
- What was it like working in healthcare this year?
- What was it like taking your businesses remote this year?
- How have your organizations adapted or pivoted as a result of the pandemic?
- What was handled really well?
- What could have been done better?
2:55-3:05pm: Intermission video honoring those individuals and organizations who went above and beyond to help with this year’s coronavirus pandemic.
3:05-4:00pm: We’ll be discussing some of the innovations we’ll be using going forward. Including:
- What innovations came out of this year that will change our healthcare organizations for the better?
- What innovations came out of this year that will change our businesses for the better?
- What changes did you make that you think are here to stay?
- What changes do you hope are temporary?
- What are some key takeaways, that will inform how you respond to developments over the coming year?
- What hopes do you have for 2021?
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Elle Griffin | Editor-In-Chief | Utah Business
Utah Business editor-in-chief Elle Griffin will be moderating this deep-dive discussion on the state of the healthcare industry. In addition to covering the businesses at the forefront of Utah’s economy, she moderates discussions with industry leaders at utahbusiness.com/live.
Dr. Frank W. Licari | Dean & Professor | Roseman College of Dental Medicine
Dr. Licari has over 30 years of experience as an educator and administrator. Previously, he served as associate dean for academic affairs and professor at Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine in Downers Grove, Illinois, and has also held several leadership positions at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Dentistry, Marquette University School of Dentistry and the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA). He is an internationally known speaker, author and consultant.
Edward Stenehjem, MD, MSc | Medical director of antimicrobial stewardship | Intermountain Healthcare
Dr. Stenehjem is Intermountain Healthcare’s Medical Director of Antimicrobial Stewardship, overseeing antimicrobial stewardship programs across 23 hospitals and over 185 outpatient clinics throughout Utah and Idaho. His leadership and research are focused on improving the quality of infectious diseases care delivered to patients with an emphasis on developing, implementing, and measuring methods of improving antimicrobial prescribing practices across the continuum of care.
Christine C. Ginocchio, PhD MT | VP of science and medical affairs | BioFire Diagnostics
Christine C. Ginocchio, PhD MT(ASCP) is VP, Medical Affairs, bioMérieux, VP, Scientific and Medical Affairs, BioFire Diagnostics, and Professor Emerita of Medicine, Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra Northwell, NY. Previously, she was Senior Medical Director, Division of Infectious Disease Diagnostics, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, North Shore-LIJ Health System and Research Professor, Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, NY. She has 40 years’ experience in all phases of laboratory management and clinical diagnostics.
Gary Edwards | Executive Director | Salt Lake County Health Department
Gary Edwards is the Executive Director of the Salt Lake County Health Department, a post he has held for 15 years. His public health career spans 39 years at both state and local agencies. During his career, Gary has been involved in investigating and managing numerous disease outbreaks. He was responsible for some of the initial work in the nation addressing smokeless tobacco. He has served on numerous state and national boards and committees, and currently serves as the Chair of the state Health Advisory Committee.
Stephen Foxley | Government Affairs Director | Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield
Stephen Foxley is the Government Affairs Director for Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah, where he oversees legislative and regulatory activity. Prior to joining Regence, he was an associate at Foxley & Pignanelli, Utah’s premier government relations firm. Stephen is on the boards of the Utah Health Insurance Association, the Utah Life & Health Insurance Guaranty Association, and the Utah Department of Health’s Health Data Committee. He is also involved with several non-profits and the Utah State Bar.