PRECEPT & WINE RECEPTION: The US Healthcare System: Embracing Uncertainty - APRIL 3, 2018
The Princeton Club of Chicago invites you to connect with fellow Tigers and friends for an interesting discussion on the state of US Healthcare led by graduate alum Jim Austin *82 S*83. Come at 5:30 to mix/mingle and network over complimentary wine, beer and appetizers. Sign up early - attendance is limited to 30!
Healthcare in our country is at the center of many intense debates: availability and cost to users, national expense and the quality delivered, state vs. federal controls...these are only some of the critical questions animating political, economic and ethical concerns today:
- Frame bias: what is happening with US healthcare?
- Options for the future: single payer or...
- What to watch for?
Tuesday, APRIL 3, 2018
THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB OF CHICAGO
65 West Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL 60604
valet on Federal Street
PLEASE NOTE THE UNION LEAGUE CLUB'S BUSINESS CASUAL DRESS CODE:
NO JEANS, DENIM, ATHLETIC SHOES
5:30 PM: RECEPTION: WINE & APPETIZERS
6 - 7 PM: Presentation/discussion, Q&A
MANY THANKS TO SALLY METZLER DUNEA *97 FOR GENEROUSLY HOSTING THIS EVENT AND RECEPTION!
PCC Members: $5
PCC Members have reservation priority through 3/16.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO INDICATE YOUR CLASS YEAR, GUEST NAME(S), AND COMPLETE NAMETAG INFO PRIOR TO HITTING THE FINAL SUBMIT BUTTON.
CLICK HERE TO RESERVE BY March 30!
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Questions about this event?
Contact VP Grad Alum John Balfe *90 at email@example.com
If you are experiencing technical difficulties registering, please call Alumni Services and register via cc over the phone: 847-256-5800.
Jim Austin *82 S*83
Jim is a former senior executive at Baxter Healthcare. He is now an Adjunct Senior Lecturer for Marketing & Management at Brown University, and lecturer/consultant at the Aresty Institute of Executive Education, Wharton Business School on Strategy, Strategic Execution, Scenario Planning and Critical Thinking.
In 1982, Jim received a joint Masters in Public Affairs and a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning from our Woodrow Wilson School, and holds a B.A. in Economics and Politics from Yale.
Jim's new book, Transformative Planning: How Your Healthcare Organization Can Strategize for an Uncertain Future, published by the Health Administration Press, will be available this spring. Jim is also the co-author of another book on healthcare titled Leading Strategic Change.