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Innovation, Unmet Medical Need, and Cost – The New "Triple Aim"

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Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse

2425 Sidney Street

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Pharmaceutical drugs have a profound and complex impact on the U.S. healthcare system’s pursuit of the "Triple Aim." The framework, developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, is an integrated approach to optimizing health system performance by improving care, improving population health, and reducing costs per capita.

This program will feature a pharmaceutical panel discussion highlighting the new "Triple Aim.” Centered on Innovation, Unmet Medical Need, and Cost, this new optimization framework may be the ultimate destination for the high-performing hospitals and health systems of the future. Moderated by Hank Safferstein, Executive-In-Residence, Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse and Senior Vice President, Cognition Therapeutics, the panel includes Michael Hufford, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Behavioral Science and Innovation, Pinney Associates, Inc., Co-founder and Chief Development Officer NQ Oncology, Inc., and Executive-In-Residence, Innovation Institute, University of Pittsburgh; Jeanne Cunicelli, Executive Vice President, UPMC Enterprises; and Thomas Petzinger, Executive Vice President Business Development and Public Affairs, Knopp Biosciences, and co-founder and CEO, LaunchCyte, LLC.

A networking reception will follow.

The event is hosted by the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, a nationally recognized economic development, investment, business incubator firm committed to empowering entrepreneurs to build innovative and successful life sciences companies.


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