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Panel Discussion: “With What We Know Now, Can We Predict A Community Healthcare Delivery Model 5 To 10 Years Out?”
Healthcare PrC
November 19, 2018 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Venue Address: 
Minneapolis Marriott Northwes
7025 Northland Dr. N
Brooklyn Park , MN 55428
PMI Talent Triangle: 
Strategic and Business Management
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Program Description: 

This panel will explore a healthcare delivery problem space, with what we know now, using Project Management and System Engineering allied concepts, realizing a vision that includes the active engagement of industry, academia, and government. Using a combined skill set as well as skills unique to each organization, we will attempt to navigate what a Healthcare Delivery System may look like in 10 to 15 years. The Project Management and Systems Engineering Alliance as it can be applied to healthcare and its delivery is the challenge for this panel in this joint meeting. They will lead discussions and exploration of a model feasibility that can predict the future of healthcare delivery. They will explore the complexity of identifying the right stakeholders and defining the problem space of healthcare delivery with the following questions: 
1. What is Community Healthcare?
2. What is Community?
3. What is Healthcare?
4. What is a Delivery Model?
5. What part of Healthcare are we talking about?
6. From whose view point are we addressing this?
7. What do we know now?
8. What authority do you have to make change?
9. Why are we trying to predict the future?
10. Who will pay for your efforts?

Speaker(s) Bios: 

Harvey Caldwell has 50 plus years of Healthcare Administration experience. Experience consisted of functioning as a program director, hospital administrator, CEO, nursing home administrator, assistant commissioner. clinic director, project manager, consultant and reviewer. Worked with state facilities, private practices, medical clinics, mental health centers and non-profit medical clinics and dental offices. Developed facilities, programs, legislation, operating systems, and video conferencing for managerial and clinical application. Developed business model for community-based programs. Directed operations, planned for expansions and closure of programs and facilities. Managed the installation of video conferencing (ITV) for all community mental health clinics in MN. Directed accredited facilities and certified facilities for Medicare/Medicaid. Managed 20 Million plus budgeted facilities with 350 beds or more, with 650 plus staff that provided services to the mentally ill, chemically dependent, developmentally disabled, and nursing home residents of MN. Chaired the State Operations Services Technology Committee which was responsible for the development of an integrated computer system and the beginning phase for an electronic medical record system. Planned, developed, implemented, and managed a specialized traumatic brain injured program. Contact Harvey here

Christopher Harms is a versatile leader steeped in backgrounds of leadership/management & mental health. Experienced psychotherapist & program manager. Builder of projects, utilizing innovation and creativity to build and design new projects & programs. Interested in using diverse skillset for the Common Good of all people and communities. Analytical problem-solver, able to anticipate issues and create solutions that represent interests of internal and external stakeholders. Experienced psychotherapist that has worked with individuals, families, couples, and groups in community-based clinics/organizations & inpatient settings. 
"My background and experience in mental health and social services informs and compliments my practice in leadership. Likewise, my leadership and business training bring a different and dynamic perspective to my worldview and practice regarding community mental health and the mental health of individuals, families, and groups."

Colleen Harms is a versatile and detail-oriented manager with over 10 years’ experience in leading teams and projects in multi-tiered organizations. Analytical problem-solver able to anticipate issues and create new systems to streamline operations, resolve concerns, and improve efficiency in variety of organizational structures. Skilled at project management, revenue cycle management, contract negotiations, conflict resolution, benefits administration, and internal communications with a proven track-record of operational process improvement. Valued for exceptional communication and interpersonal skills that find unique solutions to complex problems and deliver quantifiable results.

Chris & Colleen can be reached here.