At Transform I'm challenged to approach problems from new angles and find better ways to solve them. – Nick Jehlen, founding partner, Common Practice
Transform 2017 offers several opportunities to engage experts who are closing the gap between people and health for patients, providers, and payers.Begin your experience at Transform with Pre-Conference Activities including Culture of Innovation, highlighting the heritage of innovation at Mayo Clinic, and Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation (CFI): The Inside Story, a discussion about the mission and current approach of CFI as an embedded innovation team.
Then get ready to make new connections and meet up with friends at the Welcome Reception in one of the most beautiful spaces at the center of the Mayo Clinic campus.
Breakout Sessions will dig deeper into specific issues, demonstrate approaches and tools for effectively generating human-centered solutions, and translate topics presented on the main stage into action.
Pop-Up Spots provide an opportunity to participate in topical discussions with colleagues to highlight effective strategies and share insights that accelerate change.
Continue to interact after main stage presentations at Meet the Speaker Sessions, an opportunity to bring your ideas and questions for lively conversation.
These activities, combined with main stage presentations by bold leaders such as James Weinstein, M.D. (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health), Andrea Walsh (HealthPartners), and Rita Redberg, M.D. (University of California San Francisco), along with a case study on developing technology to support better medical decisions and a live debate on stage create the total Transform experience.
For ten years the success of Transform has been the result of the expertise, ideas, and energy of attendees from around the world. Please join us September 27-29th at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota.
TRANSFORM2017 is led by the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation, which fuses design principles with the scientific method to uncover human needs in the health care environment. This creative approach to problem solving includes empathy, creativity, systems thinking and a human-centered focus. Design methods include ethnographic and observational techniques, visualization, prototyping, sketching, storytelling, brainstorming and more. The complement of design allows the center to think beyond what health care normally is or does and serve as a translator for ideas and possibilities.