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Breakfast with Healthcare Champions Series

Extracting Value from Healthcare Organizations through Intrapreneurship

Friday, August 21, 2015
7:00 – 8:30 AM
*PLEASE NOTE:
The meeting room has been changed to the Shapiro Boardroom
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Brigham & Women’s Hospital
75 Francis Street, Boston, MA

Steve Thompson, Senior Vice President of Brigham and Women’s Health Care, has been a leader in academic health systems for over 25 years. He will describe his rather unconventional career path and how that has led to creating some very innovative business and relationship models for healthcare organizations. Steve has also been involved in leading the development of international healthcare programs in over 30 countries around the world.

 

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Steven Thompson, MBA
Senior Vice President, Chief Business Development Officer
Brigham and Women’s Health Care

Steven ThompsonSteven Thompson has over 25 years of experience in various positions as an executive leader in academic healthcare systems. As the Chief business Development officer at Brigham and Women’s Health Care (BWHC), he is responsible for BWHC’s regional, national and international external clinical business relationships including strategy and marketing activities.

He has extensive experience in global healthcare and global healthcare business development. Additionally, Steven has worked extensively in academic medicine and academic health centers. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine International as well as the Senior Vice President of Johns Hopkins Medicine to oversee its international activities.

Steven was the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine International. This organization was established as the arm of Johns Hopkins Medicine providing a focus and leadership at the institutional level for all international activities.  It is the mission of this organization to establish international programs and businesses that are consistent with, and support, the Johns Hopkins mission of excellence in clinical care, research and teaching. 

He has a particular interest in identifying innovative ways for academic health systems to collaborate with a wide range of partners to work towards the common objective of improving health and healthcare delivery locally, regionally and around the world. He has written and spoken extensively on a wide range of topics related to academic health system leadership, the globalization of healthcare including health system design and healthcare workforce development.

Agenda

7:00 to 7:30 AM Continental Breakfast and Registration
7:30 to 8:30 AM Remarks and Discussion

Investment

$20 ACHE of Massachusetts/ACHE Members
$30 Non-members
*$20 Full-Time Healthcare Administration Students and those "In Transition"

*Please have your Student ID available to show at the registration desk.

CANCELLATION: To cancel your registration, please notify us in writing no later than one week prior to the event for a refund, less a $5 nonrefundable processing. If a cancellation takes place less than 3 days prior to the event, no refunds will be given; however, you may send a substitute in your place.

Online registration is closed, but walk-in registration is available.
Please plan to pay with cash or check only

ACHE of Massachusetts Sponsors

GE Healthcare Camden Group InterGlobal Communication Group Lumeris