San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Health Systems Engineering has the potential to advance healthcare organizations through State-of-the-Art Performance Improvement.
BAPIN is proud to welcome Professor Jim Benneyan, faculty from Northeastern University in Boston and expert in health systems. Dr. Benneyan will provide a thought-provoking perspective on the potential Health System Engineering has to improve quality and efficiency while reducing cost. We are also honored to have a panel of three improvement-savvy Bay Area executives to respond and discuss the state of PI in our region, and Professor Lou Freund from San Jose State to share a local academic perspective.
This event will serve as a cornerstone for advancing Performance Improvement throughout the Bay Area. Do not miss this opportunity!!
4:00 - 5:00 Registration and networking
5:00 - 7:30 Executive Performance Improvement Summit
Welcome and Introduction
Steve Escamilla (moderating), Director, Bay Area Performance Improvement Network
Leveraging the Science of Health Systems Engineering
Jim Benneyan, Executive Director, Healthcare Systems Engineering Institute, Northeastern University; and Director of the CMS Healthcare Systems Engineering Demonstration Project
Executive Response: Opportunities and challenges to advancing performance improvement
Ed Kopetsky, CIO, Packard Children's Hospital
Anna Roth, CEO, Contra Costa County Medical Center
Craig Vercruysse, COO, California Pacific Medical Center; and Chief Process Officer, Sutter Health West Bay Region
Lou Freund, Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, San Jose State University
7:30 - 8:00 Closing and networking
The Delancey Street Screening Room is at 600 Embarcadero, off of Brannan, next door to Delancey Street Restaurant. It is located just off the Bay Bridge; and ample street parking is available. Light Hors D'oeuvres and drinks will be provided.
When & Where
Bay Area Performance Improvement Network
Bridging leaders of healthcare improvement
in the Bay Area and beyond
We are a community that supports the continuous improvement of Bay Area healthcare.
We come together to know each other, to share challenges, and to share education