Fixing Healthcare Through Innovation
Increasing the quality of care and decreasing costs for patients can feel impossible—leaving healthcare professionals stuck in a system that is broken.
Business economist Phil Powell discusses how alternative approaches to care management outside the U.S. inspire actionable ways to improve healthcare experiences for patients here. He’ll also examine how principles of disruptive innovation guide positive change that can improve patient care and elevate staff morale.
This webinar is free to attend, however registration is required!
Speaker: Phil Powell, Associate Dean of Academic Programs, Clinical Associate Professor of Business Economics & Public Policy, Indiana University Kelley School of Business
Phil Powell is Associate Dean of Academic Programs at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. He manages the Kelley School's portfolio of graduate and undergraduate programs delivered from the IUPUI campus. He also oversees projects that drive innovation, outreach, economic development, and fundraising.
Dean Powell is the Daniel C. Smith Faculty Fellow and has been with the Kelley School since 1996 as a business economics faculty member. With a Ph.D. in economics from Vanderbilt University, his published research focuses on business and economic development in emerging markets.
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