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Thank you for attending the 16th Annual Summit!



The 16th Annual International Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice and the Community will bring together more than 1,000 thought leaders from around the globe, in an intimate and dynamic conference setting, to examine new ways to improve care delivery and coordination across the continuum. Together with our expert faculty, explore how individuals and communities can have an impact on improving care, promoting health, and lowering costs within our changing health care system.

 

This year's IHI Summit features keynotes from Mary Brainerd, President and CEO of HealthPartners, Inc., Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Public Health, University of Strathclyde (and Former Chief Medical Officer for Scotland), and Trissa Torres, MD, Senior Vice President at IHI — as well as a wealth of half-day Minicourses, extended Learning Labs, and hour-long workshops covering improvement topics from across the health care spectrum.
 
Join us for this important event and you'll leave with new ideas, an expanded network of like-minded professionals, and the inspiration to foster change.
 

The Human Thread

As caregivers, we’re ever mindful of the connections that create health. We never forget that the work we do, the ideas we generate, the knowledge we share, and the care we champion have a collective and direct impact on the people we treat and the lives they hope to lead. And in those connections, we find the joy and meaning of our work. To underscore this belief, we’ve elected to make stories of health the driving theme of the IHI Summit.

For the 2015 Summit, we spotlight Jessica Grant as one of those stories. Read Jessica's story.

Reconnecting to Why We Work in Health Care

In this video clip, Dr. Trissa Torres, IHI Senior Vice President and one of our 2015 Summit keynote presenters, discusses the importance of reconnecting and recommitting to why we work in health care — to make a difference in people’s lives.

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