GENiE 2015 - Alabama

A Health Care Innovation Education Agenda: Building Curriculum and Community

May 6 – 8, 2015

University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), Birmingham, Alabama 

Venue: DoubleTree Hilton, 20 South Street, Birmingham, Alabama - The Heritage Room, Lower Lobby of Hotel


Wednesday, May 6


3:00-6:00 Arrival and Reception, Heritage RoomDoubleTree Hilton, 20 South Street, Birmingham, Alabama

6:00-8:00 Welcome cocktail reception, hosted by UAB School of Public Health, The Edge of Chaos, 1700 University Boulevard, Fourth Floor, Birmingham, AL

    Thursday, May 7

7:00-8:00 Breakfast, Heritage RoomDoubleTree Hilton, 20 South Street, Birmingham, Alabama 

8:00–9:30 Welcome and Progress 

8:10-8:30 Welcome Address (Selwyn Vickers, Dean, School of Medicine; Eric Jack, Dean of Collat School of Business, UAB)

8:30–9:30 GENiE Progress to Date (Regina Herzlinger, Prof., Harvard Business School, GENiE Chair) 

  Eighteen schools with Health Care Innovation programs 

  Publications 
          • Benchmarks for Confronting the Challenges for Innovation in Health Care with a Modern Curriculum (2013)
          • Bridging Health Care’s Innovation–Education Gap (Harvard Business Review/New England Journal of Medicine,                    Dec. 2014)
          • Innovation in Health Care Education: A Call to Action (Health Affairs, Jan. 2015)

  Research on Latin America Health Care Innovation Management Education (Germany Veloso, Visiting Fellow, Harvard University) 

  Innovating in Health Care - Harvard EdX MOOC 

  Research Regarding Leading Search Firm Attributes from Health Care Innovators (Eugene Schneller, Prof., Arizona State University)

9:30-10:45 Teaching Health Care Informatics and Analytics Innovation (moderated by Grant Savage, Prof., UAB) 
  Jim Cimino (Director, Informatics Institute, UAB)
  Amanda Dorsey (Director, UAB MS Health Informatics Program)
  Mark Frisse (Prof.,Vice Chair of Business Development, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Vanderbilt University)
  Tiziana Margaria (Prof., Chair of Software and Service Engineering, University of Limerick)

10:45-11:15 Break 

11:15- 12:30 Executive Programs in Health Care Innovation (moderated by Judith Bentkover, Prof., Executive Director | Academic Director, Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership, Brown University)
   David Dosa (Associate Director, Providence VAMC Center of Innovation, Associate Prof. of Medicine and Health Services, Policy & Practice, Brown University; Member of Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership Steering Committee, Brown University)
   J. A. Eve Krahe (Director, Healthcare Innovation Programs, Arizona State University)
   Linda Geiger Voyles (ASU Instructor – Master of Healthcare Innovation)


12:30-2:00 Lunch 

12:30-2:00 Entrepreneur in Residence Role Lunch (Speaker: Steve Bonner, Entrepreneur in Residence, Harvard Business School; Director and former CEO, Cancer Treatment Centers of America) 

2:00-3:00 Teaching Innovating Health Delivery/Insurance panel (moderated by Larry Van Horn, Prof., Vanderbilt University) 

  Regina Herzlinger (Prof., Harvard Business School, GENiE Chair)
  Charles C. Huang (CFO, VP Blackstone – Equity Healthcare)
  Joseph D. Restuccia (Prof. and Dean’s Research Fellow, Operations and Technology Management Department; Health Sector Management Program, Boston University Questrom School of Business)
  Fred Sanfilippo (Prof., Emory University; Director, Emory-Georgia Tech Healthcare Innovation Program)


3:00-3:30 Break 

3:30-4:30 Teaching Innovating Med Tech panel (moderated by Eugene Schneller, Prof., Arizona State University) 
  Peter Allison (CEO of Biogenesis, Senior Director of Technology Innovation at University of Arizona, Health Sciences and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Arizona State University) 
  Kevin Schulman (Professor of Medicine, Research Professor of Global Health and Director, Center for Clinical and Genetics Economics, Duke University)

4:30-5:30 Teaching Innovating Global Health panel (moderated by Maureen Lewis, Prof., Georgetown University) 
  Mark Allan (Executive Director of the Max Institute of Healthcare Management, Indian School of Business)
  James Barlow (Prof. Imperial College Business School)
  Michael Chu (Prof., Harvard Business School)
  Magda Rosenmuelller (Prof., IESE Business School, University of Navarra)

6:00-6:30 Dinner, President Ray Watts (UAB), DoubleTree Hotel, (Conference Venue)

6:30-8:00 Speaker: Health Care, What's Next? (Regina E. Herzlinger, Prof., Harvard Business School, GENiE Chair) Professor Herzlinger will discuss the impact of the health care reform legislation on the U.S. health care system and economy, world developments, and HBS curriculum for innovating in health care


Friday, May 8

7:00-8:00 Breakfast - Discovery over Prediction: What Good Surprises Look Like in Health Care Innovation (Peter Temes, Founder and President of Innovation in Large Organizations)

8:00-9:00 Innovation and Nursing Management Education (Introduced by Dorothy Harper, UAB Dean of Nursing) 
  Research presentation by Rubin Pillay (Prof., UAB) 
  Discussion and agenda for Nursing Innovation Education 

9:00-10:30 Teaching Health Care Innovation (moderated by Regina Herzlinger, Prof., Harvard Business School) 
  Health Care Innovation via Online Learning – Eric Goodman (National Academic Director for Business, Western Governors University)
  Teaching Entrepreneurship - Michael Morris (Prof., University of Florida) 
  Case Method Teaching – Rick Siegrist (Harvard School of Public Health) 
  Case Competitions and Treks – Larry Van Horn (Prof., Vanderbilt) 
  Health Care Innovation via Online Learning - Hans Zetterstrom (Chief of Product Development, American Association for Physician Leadership) 

10:30-11:30 Next Steps: Funding Innovation in Innovation Pedagogy; Continent Captains (moderated by Rubin Pillay, Prof., UAB) 

  Andrey Ivanov (Associate Prof., Graduate School of Management at St. Petersburg University) and Svetlana Karpova (CEO, Baltic Consilium Limited)   
  Sidhartha Sathpathy (Prof., All India Institute of Medical Sciences)
  Finn Valentin (Prof., Copenhagen Business School)
  Germany Veloso (Brazil) 

11:30-12:30 Special Interest group: Accreditation of Health Care Innovation Programs (moderated by Kevin Schulman, Prof., Duke University) 
 Peter Angood (President and CEO, American Association for Physician Leadership)
 Teodoro Forcht-Dagi (General Partner, HLM Venture Partners, Prof. School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast, Visiting Professor, Harvard Medical School)
 JB Silvers (Prof., Case Western Reserve University)
 Liz Summy (Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, American College of Healthcare Executives)    

12:30 Packed Lunches and Disburse 
 Optional UAB tour 

2015 Attendees

Peter Allison

Peter Angood

David Aron

James Barlow

Judith Bentkover

Eta Berner

Steve Bonner

Nancy Borkowski

Bryan Breland

Nathan Carroll

Michael Chu

Jim Cimino

Katie Clifford

Karen Conway

Kim Davey

Amanda Dorsey

David Dosa

W. JackDuncan

Cathleen Erwin

J.A. Eve Krahe

Teodoro Forcht-Dagi

Mark Frisse

Mark Gaynor

Linda Geiger Voyles

Eric Goodman

Shivani Gupta

Dorothy Harper

Regina Herzlinger

Brook Holliss

Shannon Houser

Charles Huang

Eric Jack

Christy Lemark

Maureen Lewis

William Looney

William Looney

Nancy Lutz-Paynter

Tiziana Margaria

Michael Morris




Mazi Rasulnia

Joseph Restuccia

Magda Rosenmoller

Kimberly Sanders Davey 

Fred Sanfillippo

Sidhartha Sathpathy

Grant Savage

Ryan Schmidt

Gene Schneller

Stephen Schoenbaum, MD

Kevin Schulman

Walter Sermeus

Joseph Shamon

Alok Sharan

Patrick Shay

Richard Siegrist

JB Silvers

Donna Slovensky

Brian Spraberry

Liz Summy

Peter Temes

Kali Thomas

Kali Thomas

Finn Valentine

LarryVan Horn

Germany Veloso

Selwyn Vickers

Mark Votruba

Karsten Vraengbek

Ray Watts

Marilyn Whitman

Hans Zetterstrom