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ROCHESTER, Minn. — Aug. 21, 2013 — The Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation will hold Transform 2013, its sixth multidisciplinary symposium focused on transforming the way health care is experienced and delivered, Sept. 8–10 in Rochester. Dozens of speakers from a wide array of backgrounds will look through different lenses to understand a larger picture of health care today. Topics include new models of care delivery, the uncertainty of change in the health care landscape, the intersection of business and health care innovation and how to scale programs to large populations.
MULTIMEDIA ALERT: Video of Dr. Nicholas La Russo and John Hockenberry available on the Mayo Clinic News Network
Journalist and commentator John Hockenberry returns to Transform to moderate the symposium discussions. "There is a real hunger to talk about changing the health care, and it is our responsibility to change health care and make sure we are on the cutting-edge of doing things right," says Hockenberry.
"Our aim is to nurture the dialogue among this group of diverse thought leaders. I look forward to collaborative discussions and the sharing of insights from across disciplines," says Douglas Wood, M.D., medical director of the Center for Innovation at Mayo Clinic.
Journalists can request media passes and access to a live webcast by contacting Duska Anastasijevic at 507-284-5005 or email@example.com. The public can follow symposium news at the Center for Innovation Blog and on Twitter using hashtag #TXFM.
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Duska Anastasijevic, Mayo Clinic Public Affairs, 507-284-5005, firstname.lastname@example.org
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