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Health Systems: The Next Generation

An annual Forum organized by The Georgia Tech Center for  Health and Humanitarian Systems (CHHS). Since its inauguration in 2016, the Forum has annually brought together 120+ professionals, students and scholars from across the fields of healthcare delivery, operations and education focused on promoting and maintaining wellness by identifying important trends in healthcare system applications and designs, opportunities for collaboration, and the future of health systems. This Forum provides a platform for thought leaders and field experts with local and global perspectives and knowledge. The impact of the discussions and collaborations range from local initiatives to advance healthcare systems right here in Atlanta to broader impact across the country and beyond.

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  • Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2019

    CHHS completes its 4th annual Health Systems Forum Focused on Moving from Sick-care to Healthcare 

    Featuring Speakers

     

    • Tarun Mohan Lal, Chief Analytics Officer and Enterprise Vice President | Navicent Health
    • Joyce Siegele, Director of Productivity Improvement | Northside Hospital 
    •  Greg Esper, Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs, Department of Neurology | Emory University School of Medicine
    • Victoria Jordan, Vice President, Quality | Emory Healthcare 
  • Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2018

    Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 The Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) hosted Health Systems- The Next Generation. To watch the plenary panel session, view photos and presentations visit the Forum webpage

  • Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2017

    The Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) at Georgia Tech recently hosted Health Systems: The Next Generation. To review the presentations, posters and photos from the forum visit http://pwp.gatech.edu/hsng2017/

  • Health Systems: The Next Generation Forum 2016

    The goal of this event is to identify important trends in healthcare systems and design, the future of health systems ecucation, and opportunities for collaboration. The event will include a keynote presentation, two plenary panel sessions, and presentations and posters by alumni on new research.