This is a collection of Videos of Presentations delivered at the Health Innovation by the Sea Conference hosted by the American College of Healthcare Trustees. Here are some highlights from the Presentations:
Richard Satava gave a visionary talk on directed energy for diagnosis and treatment and how surgical treatments have evolved from maximally invasive to minimally invasive to robotic.
Dennis Patterson discussed what Wall Street and private equity firms get wrong when valuing healthcare entities.
Jessica Rousset discussed the trials and tribulations of an early-stage life science company.
Kenneth Fisher provides a historical perspective to health care financing, giving the learner a very important base baseline with which to understand and put in perspective the present system.
Tom Muha gave a talk on how lack of engagement among your employees may be dragging you down and how you can improve that engagement and see your company soar.
Tom Moliterno gave an MBA-Level discussion on strategy and how one can gain competitive advantage.
Larry McEvoy gave advice on epidemic leadership and how you can use his advice to jump start your organization and bring it to the next level.
Michael Greenbaum provided advice on how to protect your intellectual property.
Milton Chen discussed how Telehealth can add additional dimensions to the organization.
Timothy Novak gave a talk on how merging the accreditation process of allopathic and osteopathic post graduate medical education can not only break down silos but also affect efficiencies.
Irma Rastegayeva and Evan Kirstal discuss the internet of medical things.
And Much Much More....
Dave received his BA from The Johns Hopkins University and his MD, Cum Laude, from The Georgetown University School of Medicine. He was Chief Resident at The University of Massachusetts Hospital and served his Colorectal Surgery Fellowship at The Ferguson Clinic. He is Boarded in General Surgery and Colon and Rectal Surgery and has a Certificate of Added Qualification in Surgical Critical Care. He received his MBA from The University of Massachusetts Isenberg School of Management. Scroll Down for Curriculum.
There is a discussion forum associated with each video which will give you the opportunity to comment on the talks as well as ask questions. I am looking forward to seeing you in the Course!