03 Jun Jeff Bauer
Speaker: Jeff Bauer
An internationally recognized health futurist and medical economist
- The Uncertain and Exciting Future of Health Care: Exploring a New Realm of Possibilities
- A Realistic Update on Health Reform: Responding to Challenges and Opportunities
- The Art and Science of Looking Ahead: Upgrading the Crystal Ball for Creating a Viable Future
As an independent industry thought leader, keyntoe speaker Jeff Bauer forecasts the evolution of health care and develops practical approaches to improving the medical sector of the American economy. He is widely known for his specific proposals to create an efficient and effective health care delivery system through multi-stakeholder partnerships and other initiatives focused in the private sector.
Dr. Bauer has published more than 225 articles, books, Web pages, and videos on health care delivery. He speaks frequently to national and international audiences about key trends in health care, medical science, technology, information systems, reimbursement, public policy, health reform, and creative problem-solving. Keynote speaker Jeff Bauer is quoted often in the national press and writes regularly for professional journals that cover the business of health care.
His latest books are Paradox and Imperatives in Health Care: How Efficiency, Effectiveness, and E-Transformation Can Conquer Waste and Optimize Quality (Productivity Press, 2008) and Statistical Analysis for Health Care Decision-Makers (CRC Press, 2009). His two previous books are Telemedicine and the Reinvention of Health Care: The Seventh Revolution in Medicine (McGraw-Hill, 1999) and Not What the Doctor Ordered (McGraw-Hill, 1998). He is currently finishing a book on strategic forecasting methodologies, Upgrading the Crystal Ball for Business Insight: Five Reasons Why Forecasting Must Replace Predicting and How to Make the Change (Taylor & Francis, Summer 2012).
The Uncertain and Exciting Future of Health Care: Exploring a New Realm of Possibilities
This fast-paced and informative presentation shows how and why health care will change more in this decade than it did in the previous 50 years. From a practical perspective, it explores strategic implications of the unprecedented revolution in medical science, transformational capabilities of information technology, the hidden impact of demographic shifts in the US population, and the economy’s role in restructuring supply and demand for medical services. Reform of the delivery system is examined from these perspectives, with recommendations tailored specifically to the audience’s position in the medical marketplace.
A Realistic Update on Health Reform: Responding to Challenges and Opportunities
Everyone agrees that the current health care delivery system is unsustainable, but there’s no consensus on common solutions to the underlying problems. This future-focused presentation evaluates the range of competing approaches to reform — from government intervention to private initiative — and provides audiences with an independent perspective on strategies that their organizations can take to succeed in a turbulent marketplace by improving efficiency and effectiveness.
The Art and Science of Looking Ahead: Upgrading the Crystal Ball for Creating a Viable Future
Based on the speaker’s newest book (Summer, 2012), this unique presentation shows audiences how to make strategic changes through informed analysis of actual trends and possible outcomes. It explains the major difference between predicting and forecasting and shows why forecasts must replace predictions as our way to evaluate where we are headed and how to get there successfully. The presentation identifies resources and makes recommendations appropriate for any organization that wants to expand its realm of future opportunities for success in a turbulent marketplace.