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The future of healthcare is today

Eric Bieber

Monday 18 September 2017, 12.00PM

Speaker: Dr Eric Bieber, MD, President and CEO of Rochester Regional Health, USA

Dr Bieber is responsible for guiding the successful development and growth of Rochester Regional Health as the model integrated healthcare provider known in the region for improving patient health, enhancing the care experience and reducing costs.

With over 20 years of progressive leadership experience in highly diverse organisations, Dr Bieber’s expertise is focused on delivering exceptional operational performance while evolving and meeting system strategic goals. His leadership style emphasizes staff empowerment and partnering to drive ever-improving financial performance, clinical outcomes, quality improvement and an outstanding patient experience.

Dr Bieber will be setting out some of the many challenges facing us in providing the best healthcare to a changing demographic population and exploring how to make the best use of resources to address specific needs.   He will give us an insight to the US healthcare system and the changes that have occurred and have yet to happen, and will provide a perspective on global healthcare. 

The Department of Biology's unique link with Dr Bieber is through ACM Global Laboratories, York for which Rochester Regional Health is the parent organisation. ACM delivers high-quality central laboratory testing and diagnostic lab services in support of both clinical trials research and individual patient care.  Providing the optimal mix of testing and related services to meet the needs and requirements of its clients in the most effective and cost-efficient manner possible. Operating in more than 60 countries, ACM performs more than 15 million tests each year spanning all medical disciplines, including pathology, microbiology, molecular diagnostics and toxicology. 

Location: Room K018, The Dianna Bowles Lecture Theatre, Biology

Admission: is free and open to all. No booking required.

Email: lorna.warnock@york.ac.uk