Beyond Zero-Sum: Committing to the Infinite Game
- Workforce Burnout and Shortages
- Next Generation Virtual and Digital Care Models
- Accountability for Quality, Cost, and Equity Outcomes
April 12-14, 2023, Westin Kierland, Scottsdale, AZ
Registration, agenda and hotel information available soon.
Special 30th Anniversary Event
Today’s healthcare ecosystem is constantly evolving, and for health systems it’s far less about winning and losing than it is about morphing and improving continually. Health organizations now have an infinite number of options, opportunities…and responsibilities: So how do we, especially in non-profit systems, many faith-based, maintain our mission to serve our communities comprehensively while remaining current on today’s technology, medical breakthroughs, and consumer experience expectations? What are our unassailable assets—our community crown jewels—that we can reimagine, redefine and reorganize in a new world of digitally enabled, collaborative, equitable and consumer-centered “primary health?”
How do we instill rigorous financial and operational discipline within while discerning trusted partners and collaborators without, moving far beyond a zero-sum mindset into countless, collaborative possibilities? Join us for the special 30th Anniversary Conference to discuss these topics.
What can you expect from the SI Annual Conference? This is a panels-only conference with moderated debrief discussion groups for collective sense-making, candid conversations about lessons learned, plenty of time for informal networking, and an earnest desire to collaborate with peers to solve the truly tough issues of building and operating the health system of the future.
Who Should Attend
This invitation-only conference is an interactive experience for SI Member executives. SI conferences are intimate sessions, designed for C-Suite executives (management, information and security, analytics, innovation, transformation, strategy, operations and finance), member officers, board members and other business and clinical executives who would benefit from peer collaboration, information sharing and networking.
Our approach is more “participation” and less “presentation,” so come prepared for relaxed, informal and highly interactive discussion with senior management teams from other leading health systems.