Dawn Gideon Lecture

The Dawn Gideon Lecture is an annual educational event funded by the Dawn Gideon Foundation and conducted by the Department of Health Policy and Management in cooperation with the HPM Alumni Association. 

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How COVID-19 is Changing the Virtual Health care Culture: Access, Experience, and Financial Incentives

Monday, November 9, 2020
1-2:30 p.m. 

Decades prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, health care systems around the globe were actively engaged in thoughtful design, refinement, and implementation of smart solutions to address patient flow, access to quality care, and operational management. While many innovative solutions were in place or previously proposed at various levels in health care administration and delivery, the pandemic forced patients, providers, and payers to shift to virtual health applications seemly overnight. Our expert panelists working in the field will discuss the far-reaching effects that COVID-19 has had on virtual health care culture—including lessons learned—to provide a framework for solutions addressing access, experience, and financial sustainability. 

Moderator

Angela Perri, Vice President, Strategic Alignment, Transformation & Consumer Innovation, UPMC Health Plan

Panelists

Tom Priselac, President and CEO of Cedars - Sinai Health System
Chris Johnson, President of TeleTracking Technologies, Inc. 
Larry Stuckey, Managing Director, Huron Consulting Group

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Dawn Gideon

A proud graduate of Pitt’s hospital administration program, Dawn Gideon built an extraordinarily successful career as a visionary leader in health care—one that was, sadly, far too brief. Learn more about her and the Dawn Gideon Foundation.

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Sue Borowski
borowski@pitt.edu
412-383-7049

Jennifer Sciullo
jennifer.alison@pitt.edu 
412-641-0481