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PHILADELPHIA, March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The controversy around how to fix our ailing healthcare system has inspired an explosion of writing on the subject. David Nash, M.D., M.B.A., Jefferson School of Population Health's Founding Dean, is convening an event featuring leading authors on this topic to offer guidance on the path forward.
Rita E. Numerof, Ph.D., President, and Michael N. Abrams, M.A., Managing Partner of Numerof & Associates, Inc., will participate in the Authors & Experts Banquet next week. The event will showcase their new book, Healthcare at a Turning Point: A Roadmap for Change. The book outlines a market-based business model that aligns incentives with the goals of prevention, improved quality, and reduced costs, and provides concrete recommendations for change.
March 12, 5:00pm Population Health Colloquium Authors & Experts Banquet Dorrance H. Hamilton Building Thomas Jefferson University
About Rita Numerof
An internationally recognized consultant, Rita works in dynamic industries like healthcare that are challenged to adapt to major market changes. Rita's expertise has helped a wide range of leading companies to fundamentally reshape and execute new strategy. Her global cross-industry perspective and expertise in strategy execution are the basis for objective counsel that leading executives tap into on a regular basis. She is widely published in business journals and has authored five books, including Healthcare at a Turning Point.
About Michael Abrams
Over the past 25 years, Michael has built a portfolio of strategy and business performance successes as both an internal and external consultant for Fortune 500 corporations -- globally. Michael is known for his expertise in the emerging demand for economic and clinical value, and has helped clients successfully compete in highly dynamic markets. He's written extensively on the need for integrated, systemic solutions to the challenges facing healthcare, and has co-authored two books, including Healthcare at a Turning Point.
About Numerof & Associates:
NAI is a strategy consulting firm that develops customized, market-based solutions for strategic and operational challenges of organizations in industries undergoing significant transition. Working globally across the healthcare industry with clients in delivery, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and diagnostics, payers, and policy, NAI brings a unique cross-disciplinary approach to a broad range of engagements designed to sharpen strategic focus, increase revenues, reduce costs and risk, and enhance customer value. Visit us at www.nai-consulting.com.