Posted by mayonewsreleases (@mayonewsreleases) · Sep 6, 2012
Suicide Prevention, Telemedicine Among Topics at Mayo Clinic Transform 2012
WHO: Participants include Journalist and commentator John Hockenberry, serving as moderator
Journalist Michael Wolff, who will discuss caring for his terminally ill mother
WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 9 – Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012
WHERE: Mayo Civic Center, 30 Civic Center Drive SE, Rochester, Minn.
NOTE: Journalists unable to attend may view the following sessions live at http://bcove.me/4xamzupd
Monday, Sept. 10:
8:30–10 a.m. CDT: New Perspectives
Alex Jadad, M.D.
Reed Tuckson, M.D.
1–2:30 p.m.: Elephants in the Room
Phillip Satow and John MacPhee
3–5:15 p.m.: Connecting for Change
Innovative Experience — Continuing the Conversation
Rushika Fernandopulle, M.D.
Adam Darkins, M.D.
Tuesday, Sept. 11:
8:30–10:15 a.m. CDT: Designing Ahead of the Problem
1:15–3:15 p.m. Inspiring Health
J. Paul Neeley
Roni Zeiger, M.D.
Cory Ingram, M.D.
Amy Williams, M.D./Krisa Ryan
Journalists can request media passes by contacting Francesca Dickson at 507-284-5005 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The public can follow symposium news at the Center for Innovation Blog and on Twitter using hashtag #txfm.
Established in 2008, the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation (CFI) uses a patient-centered focus to transform the way health care is experienced and delivered. CFI is a multidisciplinary center that includes practicing physicians and scientists, along with experts in research and design, technology and project management. Central to the methodology used by CFI is design thinking — introduced to the clinical practice at Mayo Clinic by the first known team of designers embedded in a medical practice. CFI design researchers have led several transformational changes in health care practices, following a long tradition of Mayo Clinic innovations focused on patient needs.
Media Contact: Fran Dickson, 507-284-5005 (days), 507-284-2511 (evenings)