What happened to Altruism in Healthcare?
The James L. Allen Center was the venue for the 2012 Malcolm MacEachern Symposium.
This year the symposium focused on what happened to Altruism in Healthcare and what this means for the future.
The symposium was well attended by Kellogg alums, students, faculty and staff as well as representatives from the healthcare industry. The speakers proved to be wonderful and very insightful. The luncheon and panel that took place after the speakers was just as exciting.
Our dynamic speakers included:
View a photo gallery of the event
If you weren't able to make it this year, don't miss it in Spring of 2013(date TBA). Look for registration in March of 2013. Register early, there is a limit to the number of attendees.
2012 MacEachern Symposium
What Happened to Altruism in Healthcare?
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
James L. Allen Center
Evanston Campus of Northwestern University
Read a wrap-up and see photos of the 2012 MacEachern Symposium
Registration/Continental breakfast/Alumni Networking Breakfast (7:30 – 8:30am)
Welcome/Setting the Stage: David Dranove, Ph.D, Walter J McNerney Professor of Health Enterprise Management, Kellogg (8:30am)
Keynote Speaker: Steve Burrill, CEO, Burrill & Company (8:35am-9:30am)
Topic: Biotech 2012: Innovating in the New Austerity
Malcolm MacEachern Memorial Lecture: Professor David Cutler, PhD, Harvard University, Department of Economics (9:30am-10:30am)
Topic: Will Health Reform Squeeze Out Altruism?
Keynote Speaker: Peter Budetti, Deputy Administrator for Program Integrity of the CMS
Topic: Halting Medicare Fraud
Keynote Speaker: Dick Clarke, President and CEO, Health Care Financial Management Association (12:00pm-1:00pm)
Topic: Hospitals Financial Responsibilities to Charitable Care
Sg2 and Modern Healthcare Luncheon & Forecasting Panel, sponsored by Sg2 (1:00 – 2:45pm)
Introductions by Prof. E.F.X. Hughes, MD and Michael Sachs
Michael Sachs, Chairman and CEO, Sg2
Brad Buxton, President BTB Associates and former Sr. VP of Healthcare Service Corp and President of HMO Illinois
Prof. Leemore Dafny, Kellogg School of Management
Prof. Kathryn McDonald, Exec. Dir., Center for Health Policy, Stanford University
David Burda, Editor, Modern Healthcare (Moderator)
Alumni Awards and Honors: Patty Riskind. President HEMA Alumni Association (Moderator) (2:45-3:00pm)