Roundtable: How Healthcare became big business--and so what!?

SMDS Faculty Roundtable exploring issues raised by Elisabeth Rosenthal's 2017 book "An American Sickness: How healthcare became big business and how you can take it back." Pizza lunch provided!

Date & Time:

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM

Location:

Leather Room, O'Shaughnessy Frey Library (LIB 108)

Join St. Thomas faculty from a variety of disciplines for this SMDS roundtable discussing how healthcare became big business, so what?! and now what?!

  • Daniel McLaughlin, M.H.A, Director, Center for Health and Medical Affairs; past CEO, Hennepin County Medical Center.
  • Dr. John Militello, Professor of Management; Senior Executive Fellow, Center for Innovation in the Business of Health Care. 
  • Dr. Lesley Scibora, Assistant Professor in Health and Human Performance.
  • Dr. Paul Wojda, Associate Professor of Theology; Director, Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship.

Faculty and audience will explore issues raised by Elisabeth Rosenthal's 2017 New York Times bestselling book An American Sickness: How healthcare became big business and how you can take it back

A free pizza lunch is provided

Co-sponsored by the Institute for Catholicism and Citizenship.

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