The 2023 McKenna Health Policy Lecture will be held on the Arizona State University campus at the Marston Theater in Tempe, AZ, April 6, 2023 at 6:00pm, Pacific time.
The lecture will feature keynote speaker, J. Michael McGinnis, MD, MA, MPP, who will focus on will focus on performance shortfalls in the healthcare supply chain and how local initiatives are necessary for progress. This is especially important as communities across the nation found that national programs were insufficient for continuous operations during disruptions nor to support resilience for the healthcare system going forward. His keynote is entitled, ‘On our Health System’s Front Lines: Aligning Forces for Performance Transformation’.
Dr. McGinnis is known as an active front-line participant in national and international health policy and programs for more than four decades, McGinnis is currently Senior Scholar at the National Academy of Medicine (NAM). He is also an elected Member of the NAM, Executive Director of the NAM Leadership Consortium on Value & Science-Driven Health Care, and founder and facilitator of its Learning Health System initiative.
This special series is presented at no-charge by the McKenna Foundation, Department of Supply Chain Management and CAPS Research, at Arizona State University.
The McKenna Foundation mission is to focus on healthcare supply chain issues and present solutions crafted by industry experts.