Webinar: Healer, Leader, Partner – the role of the physician-leader in leading change in healthcare
18 September 2019, 9:30 – 10:30am AEST
Physicians undertake a noble, demanding profession, improving patients’ lives. But the rapidly changing world of healthcare, and the complex knowledge and technology involved, challenges this calling. Physicians need to be healers, conﬁdants, and caregivers while developing skills as leaders and partners. This new book by Dr Jack Cochran (available here) provides practical, actionable learning to help physicians become effective, compassionate, and conﬁdent leaders, transforming healthcare into what patients want, need, and deserve.
In this webinar Dr Jas Saini will interview author of Leader, Healer, Partner – A Manual For Effective Physician Leadership, Dr Jack Cochran, about the role of the physician-leader in leading change in healthcare.
About Dr Jack Cochran
Jack recently retired as Executive Director (CEO) of The Permanente Federation, headquartered in Oakland, California after a career that included both executive and clinical leadership roles. As a frequent speaker and author on a broad range of health care topics including health care delivery system reform, integrated care delivery, and health information systems, Dr. Cochran’s insights gained from decades of work on the front lines of health care provide a unique perspective which he shares in The Doctor Crisis: How Physicians Can, and Must Lead the Way to Better Health Care, a book he co-authored and now in Leader, Healer, Partner – A manual for effective physician leadership.
Dr. Cochran serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the National Quality Forum, the American Alliance of Community Health Plans, the American Medical Group Foundation, and the UCSF Global Health Group Advisory Board. For more than 30 years, he has volunteered his reconstructive surgery and consulting services in Third World countries, aiding underserved populations in Nicaragua, the Philippines, Ecuador, Tanzania, and Nepal. Dr. Cochran is also a past president of the Consortium for Community Centered Comprehensive Child Care (C6), a foundation that has built hospitals in East Africa. He is a vocal advocate for nurses and oversees the Lois and John Cochran Education Award, an annual scholarship given to oncology nurses at the Lutheran Medical Center in Denver, Colorado.
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Presentations, videos and recordings from past events and webinars can be found here. To access recordings of the webinars, click on the webinar name.
Webinar: The state of safety and quality in Australian hospitals presented by Professor Amanda Walker, Clinical Director at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Healthcare, 22 August 2019
PowerPoint presentation from 22 August 2019 webinar
Webinar: Improving the Patient Experience – How to develop a Strategy by using Data and Digital Solutions to Advance Person-Centered Care presented by Dr. Avi Ratnanesan, Chief Executive Officer of Energesse, 26 July 2019
PowerPoint presentation from 26 July 2019 webinar
Webinar: Implementing value based healthcare procurement and contracts in the UK and Europe presented by Robert McGough, Partner at Hill Dickinson LLP, 24 June 2019. Please note Rob experienced a power failure mid-presentation. We were able to reconnect him but there is a break of a few minutes at about the 30 minute point of the presentation.
PowerPoint presentation from 24 June 2019 webinar
Launch of the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care, held on 11 June 2019.
Panel Discussion: The Future of Value-Based Health Care in Australia. Led by AHHA Chief Executive Alison Verhoeven, the panel discussion took place at the launch of the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care, 11 June 2019, and featured Professor Christobel Saunders, Head of Division, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Surgery, University of Western Australia; Professor Anne Duggan, Clinical Director at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care; Terry Symonds, Deputy Secretary of the Health and Wellbeing division in the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services; and Michael Pervan, Secretary of the Department of Health in Tasmania.
Case Study: Value Based Health Care – How Dental Health Services is transforming oral healthcare presented by Dr Deborah Cole, CEO Dental Health Services Victoria and Susan McKee, Executive Director Value Based Health Care Implementation Dental Health Services Victoria at the launch of the Australian Centre for Value-Based Health Care, 11 June 2019
PowerPoint presentation: Case Study: Value Based Health Care – How Dental Health Services is transforming oral healthcare
Enabling Value-Based Health Care in Australia presented by Dr Linc Thurecht at the Activity Based Funding Conference 2019, 13-15 May 2019