“Human Healthcare in a Machine World” - Ben Hammersley
Ben Hammersley is one of the world’s leading Futurists. He is the founder and principal of Hammersley Futures, an international strategic forecasting consultancy. Prior to this, he was executive editor of WIRED, writer and presenter of the BBC’s “Cybercrimes with Ben Hammersley,” and a war correspondent in Afghanistan. In this presentation, he answers the question, how will the high-performance individuals, teams, organizations and systems, working in the 21st Century create an environment where they and their patients can flourish?
“We See What We Believe: The True Cost of Unconscious Bias” - Gloria Goins
Gloria Goins is the former Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Bon Secours Health system, the nation’s 25th largest system. In this role, she was responsible for leveraging diversity, inclusion and cross-cultural competency to advance the organization’s mission and business objectives. In her presentation, Gloria talks about how this type of bias can have extreme costs in the health care environment, how it can actually put patients at risk, and how important it is to develop a cross-cultural competency.
“Innovation” - Kai Kight
Kai Kight is a classical violinist and composer who uses music as a metaphor to inspire individuals and organizations around the world, to compose paths of imagination and fulfillment. Inspired by his mother who, when diagnosed with cancer, revealed regrets of not bringing her ideas to the world, Kai is on a mission to spark a global mindset shift in which ingenuity is the norm, not the exception. His presentation brings this level of innovative thinking to health care, and brings up topics, such as how to question conventional thinking, how to leverage your unique voice, and how to think outside the box.