The Last Mile: Strategic Leadership Development - Lessons in Readiness, lecture by Dr. Raquel Bono

Feb. 23, 2022

The McKenna Health Policy Lecture Advisory Committee is pleased to announce that Raquel Bono, MD., MBA, FACS and Vice Admiral of the United States Navy Medical Corps (Ret.) will deliver the 2022 McKenna Health Policy Lecture. The free event is Thursday, February 24, 12 pm PT/3 PM ET.

In this era of COVID-19, readiness, across all sectors, especially healthcare, is critical. With another pandemic anticipated within the next decade, going back to the “old normal” is not an option. Dr. Bono successfully consolidated the respective military health services under the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and led its readiness work. Anyone involved or interested in healthcare and emergency preparedness, especially involving collaboration by competitive providers of care, will find her remarks informative and fascinating, as Dr. Bono illuminates opportunities for the civilian healthcare system, grounded in the success of the military, for the civilian healthcare sector.

Title: The Last Mile: Strategic Leadership Development - Lessons in Readiness

Summary: Effective medical preparedness requires end-to-end planning for services in hospitals.  Readiness needs to be considered through an aperture of public-private partnership that strategically savvy leaders must understand how to navigate and facilitate.

The event is presented by the McKenna Foundation, Department of Supply Chain Management and CAPS Research at Arizona State University.

Visit CAPS Research to register