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Jason Hwang's speaking fee falls within range: $25,000 to $30,000 (Speakers' virtual presentation fees are generally around 60-80% of the in-person fee range noted here.)
Jason Hwang, M.D., M.B.A. is an internal medicine physician who is co-founder and chief medical officer of Icebreaker Health (Lemonaid Health), a California-based health care startup that is transforming primary care by delivering services via smartphone app. As a speaker, he blends his medical experience, business education, and technological advances, showcasing the exciting range of innovation occurring in the health care industry today along with a sneak peak of what will be possible tomorrow.
Dr. Hwang previously co-founded and was the Executive Director of Healthcare at Innosight Institute (now renamed the Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation), a non-profit social innovation think tank that is driving the reinvention of the health care industry, making it more accessible and user-friendly. Dr. Hwang coauthored The Innovator’s Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Healthcare with Professor Clayton M. Christensen of Harvard Business School and the late Jerome H. Grossman of Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
The Innovator′s Prescription: A Disruptive Solution for Health Care
Previously, Dr. Hwang taught as chief resident and clinical instructor at the University of California, Irvine, where he received multiple recognitions for his clinical work. He has also served as a clinician with the Southern California Kaiser Permanente Medical Group and the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Long Beach, California.
Jason received his doctorate from the University of Michigan, residency training at the University of California, Irvine, and his masters of business administration from Harvard Business School.
Dr. Jason Hwang discusses how we can attain affordable healthcare for everyone by applying disruptive innovation to the medical sector. For sometime now cycles of disruptive innovation have been rampant in the business world; today we see this in the form of small start-ups creating a product that enables people to do something for themselves instead of paying an “expert” to do it for them. This innovation renders larger companies who were once experts in providing that service, obsolete.
In the case of medicine, Dr. Hwang explores why disruptive technologies have been slow to reinvent healthcare and what can be done to remedy the problem. Surveying the various reasons often cited as the cause of healthcare’s woes (costly technology, insurance agencies, lawyers), he admits, “None of these reasons never really seemed right to me…There had to be something deeper and more systemic going on, and it just felt like we were misdiagnosing what was happening.”
Dr. Jason Hwang shares how frustration in his clinical work drove him to study innovation and become one of the biggest shakers in the healthcare industry. Tired of only having a few minutes to “patch up his patients,” he was convinced that there must be a better way to deliver healthcare and give patients the attention that they truly need and deserve.
Using the lessons he’s learned from Harvard Business School legend Clayton Christensen, Dr. Hwang examines how health professionals and patients can take some tips from other industries and generate disruptive innovation to “democratize health care.”
Dr. Jason Hwang shares his groundbreaking research into disruptive innovation, which has transformed many industries and can do the same for health care. He describes how new medical technologies have fueled the transition from intuitive to precision medicine, allowing previously complex disorders to be diagnosed precisely and treated with predictably effective therapies.
When these innovations are integrated into new business systems, they will spearhead vital reforms in the healthcare industry, offering solutions to the core problems currently crippling the nation′s healthcare system: skyrocketing costs and the lack of access to quality medical care.
The basic elements of Dr. Hwang′s presentations cover:
Partial Client List:
Central Logic – 2012 Patient Flow Summit
The Heart Institute of Dayton Physician Leadership Course
The Healthcare Roundtable: Physician Chief Executive Officers Group
Institute of Medicine Forum on Drug Discovery, Development, and Translation
The Healthcare Roundtable: Chief Financial Officers Group
The Healthcare Roundtable: Chief Executive Officers Group
National Cancer Policy Forum workshop
Health Management Associates
M3 Mobility Exchange
Council on Graduate Medical Education
Pharmaceutical Industry Association of Puerto Rico
The Heart Institute of Dayton Cardiovascular Medicine Conference
Healthcare Financial Management Association Thought Leadership Retreat
Forum on Innovation in Healthcare
Healthcare Delivery Innovation Alliance
Health Horizons Initiative, Blue Cross Blue Shield New Jersey
Collaborative Care Technology Working Group
2011 Healthcare Innovation Summit
Institute for Healthcare Improvement
University of Michigan Health System Leadership Day
Zynx Health Conference
Association of Chiefs of General Internal Medicine
Avera Health Leadership Conference
2nd Annual Burrill Digital Health Meeting
Cisco Connected Health Summit at HIMSS
University of Western Ontario, Ivey Global Health Innovation Conference 2010
2010 Korean Health Care Congress
The Korean Doctors′ Weekly/KT
Boston University School of Management
Canadian College of Health Services
Pharmaceutical Executive Emerging Leaders
IBM Research and Air Force Office of the Surgeon General
Colorado Health Foundation Symposium
National Conference of State Legislatures
Geisinger Health System Senior Leadership Council
2010 Wal-Mart Health & Wellness Conference
Presbyterian Health System Senior Leadership Retreat
Kaiser Permanente Oakland-Richmond
University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston
National Retail Clinic Summit
National Medical Home Summit
Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Conference
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“Comprehensive in its vision, astute in its diagnosis, and clear in its guidance, The Innovator′s Prescription offers strong medicine for a health care system that is far from well.”
Dr. Harvey V. Fineberg,
Institute of Medicine
“A wealth of insights—with new ideas and revelations in every chapter. Read it, and you will be armed with solid ideas for making health care better.”
Chairman and CEO,
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
“The Innovator’s Prescription is a well researched, clearly organized road map to a sustainable health care system.”
Michael O. Leavitt,
Secretary of Health and Human Services
“The Innovator′s Prescription is an important and timely contribution to the national debate on health system reform. We would do well to consider it carefully.”
former Senate Majority Leader
and Distinguished Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
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