From Competition to Collaboration: What it Takes to Lead Across the Converging Healthcare Ecosystem - Lessons from the Field
Leaders from all sectors of the healthcare industry are being tasked with developing strategies to improve health outcomes while reducing costs. These strategies require leaders from diverse sectors to expand beyond their organization’s four walls and consider strategic partnerships with others to generate and advance innovative solutions. Our session focuses on the leadership requirements for converging across the health ecosystem and considers best practices in cross-sector collaboration from the field.
- List practical examples of how various sectors work collaboratively to achieve the intended outcomes of population health
- Discuss the essential competencies of health ecosystem leadership
- Explain the biggest obstacles, both for leaders and for organizations, in working collaboratively and how to overcome barriers
- Why an ecosystem approach?
- Perspectives on leading within and across the health ecosystem
- Building capabilities to lead in the health ecosystem
Recommended CitationDuberman, PhD, MPH, FACHE, Tracy and Wilkins, MBA, FACHE, Joe, "From Competition to Collaboration: What it Takes to Lead Across the Converging Healthcare Ecosystem - Lessons from the Field" (2019). College of Population Health Forum. Presentation 128.