In 2015, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI’s)
Leadership Alliance sought to build on the shoulders of the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM’s)
Crossing the Quality Chasm report by developing
Ten Rules for Radical Redesign for high-level leaders. The aim? Use powerful change concepts to solve seemingly intractable problems in their health systems.
Now IHI wants to show you what happens when you radically redesign care to better serve patients, find greater value, and improve safety and quality.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
In the two-day 2018 IHI Change Conference: Radical Redesign for Complex Systems, you will join other senior leaders to learn how innovative principles such as changing the balance of power; making it easy; moving knowledge, not people; assuming abundance; creating joy in work and others are used to break from the status quo in complex health systems.
HOW YOU’LL LEARN
The designers of the IHI Change Conference have created an intensive agenda with high-level plenaries, TED Talk-style keynotes, and groups of breakout sessions. Uniquely, the IHI Change Conference provides an environment in which you can learn with your colleagues and with other high-performing leaders and leadership teams.
During the conference, we’ll show you how the new mental models and approaches within the radical redesign principles work, with examples from Virginia Mason Medical Center, Mercy Health, University of Tennessee Medical Center, and more. You’ll bring home these leadership tools and be able to make an immediate impact at your organization.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This conference is ideal for teams of leaders from the same organization, and is especially beneficial for:
Clinical leaders and directors
Innovation leaders and senior change agents
Emerging leaders and managers
Individual attendees will have the opportunity to network with and learn from colleagues from similar organizations, those with common challenges, and those who have found creative solutions.
WHY IT MATTERS
“Our theory is that these radical redesign principles can be applied to any dimension of the Triple Aim,” says Derek Feeley, IHI President and CEO, and a featured speaker during this program. “And understanding these principles will allow leaders to see every care interaction and every measurement and result as an opportunity to learn.”