Seminar on 'Next Generation Health Care' is Oct. 23

Seminar on 'Next Generation Health Care' is Oct. 23

A seminar on "Next Generation Health Care" will begin with breakfast at 7:15 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, in Room 202, Opus Hall, Minneapolis campus. The speaker will be David Ostler, executive vice president, Business Solutions Group, Ingenix. Registration is at 7 a.m., and Ostler's presentation will be given from 7:45 to 9 a.m.

This event is part of the Strategic Planning 2007 Breakfast Series.

Health care, the largest industry in America, does a lot of good, but parts of health care are terribly broken and have been for some time. Other industries recently have undergone radical changes that could not have been predicated. Ostler will discuss what happens if that occurs in health care. At Ingenix, this change is called "Health Care 2.0" and the company has spent months studying what it will mean for health plans, employers, hospitals, physicians' offices, and drug companies. Ostler will discuss how to prepare for Health Care 2.0 and drive positive change in the health care industry.

Ostler joined Ingenix in 2001 as a senior-level executive with proven leadership experience in general management, marketing, product management, finance, and technology within health care technology growth and startup environments. He has 25 years of health care technology management experience and extensive experience in design and implementation of clinical systems, including electronic medical records and computerized physician order entry.

Ostler is a published author in clinical outcomes studies and participated in pioneering research on physician practice patterns and clinical outcomes. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Utah and an MBA degree from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

The cost of this breakfast seminar is:

  • $25 students and members
  • $35 standard prepaid guest rate

Register by Thursday, Oct. 18. Register on the Association for Strategic Planning Web site or call (651) 999-5345.