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  In collaboration with:
  • Daniels College of Business at Denver University
  • Concordia College
  • Center for Value- Based Insurance Design
  • University of Michigan
  • HealthNEXT
  • Center for Improving Value in Health Care
  • Colorado Foundation for Medical Care
  • Rocky Mountain Performance Excellence
  • Colorado Human Resources Association,
  • Colorado Association of Healthcare Executives
  • Medical Group Management Association
  • Colorado Medical Study Group
  • Colorado Hospital Association
  • Colorado Association of Health Plans
  • Healthcare Computer Corporation
  • Citywide Banks
  • COPIC
  • Merck & Co., Inc.
  • Wells Fargo
  • ShapeUp
  • Center for Work Life Health and Wellbeing
  • International Association for Worksite
  • Health Promotion
  • Corporate Health and Wellness Association

 

 

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience a dialogue with community
leaders to personally engage, listen and share organization (workplace) health
views and population health expertise on how to improve the health and wellbeing
of Coloradans through pioneering collective impact methods and leadership
engagement innovations.

The Summit’s goal is to refine organization (workplace) health strategies, reveal
population health improvement interventions and weigh up productive advantage
business models to improve the economic wellbeing and quality of life
of Coloradoans. Our objective is to determine what adaptive actions steps are
essential to optimize the total economic impact of organization health on how
to move agenda into action to achieve the “triple aim” goal: 1) better care
for individuals, 2) better health for populations and 3) lower per capita
costs to sustain long-term economic development
in Colorado and within
communities worldwide.

Organization health trumps everything else in business. Remarkable
leaders conduct business in a new way—one that imagines a healthy
workforce productive advantage, maximizes human potential and aligns
the organization around a common set of principles.
The task of highly effective
leaders is to design high-impact business goals to attain organization
health – defined as the ability of an organization to identify, engage, establish,
elevate, achieve and renew itself faster than the competition to sustain stellar
business performance over time – and achieve enduring high-performance effectiveness
objectives.

The summit was designed to tackle the tough leadership engagement challenges
impacting Colorado organizations and help drive improving value in
healthcare through ground-breaking collective impact methods and sustainable
leadership engagement innovations.

The interactive summit for great leaders and bold “disruptive innovators”
provides next generation enabling “next practices” innovations which entail
benchmark companies advancing remarkable leadership ideas and transformative
strategies: imagining what the future will look like; identifying mega-opportunities
that will arise; and building game-changing ways of delivering
business value to stakeholders: employers, employees (consumers) and
providers.

Join us as we explore the “triple aim” of achieving organization (workplace)
health and sustaining population health promotion: better care for
individuals, better health for populations and lower per capita costs.