CHANGE is a conference dedicated to helping you create the change you wish to see in health care.
Join us to learn how you can achieve your health care dreams by co-producing them together with Everyone Included™.
You will be inspired towards your next big idea. You can teach someone a key lesson that will transform their work (and yours). And you will find pathways to collaboration to help take your ideas off the drawing board and into the real world.
CHANGE | September 20 to September 22, 2019
Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center, Stanford University
At Medicine X | CHANGE we will meet the innovators who are disrupting health care throughout the globe. We will see the emerging technologies of today and learn how they will impact the health care we deliver and receive tomorrow.
We will explore the drivers of change through organizational leadership and creative collaboration outside of health care’s traditional silos.
We will be inspired by moonshot thinking and learn how to grow pockets of excellence and innovation to large-scale change. We will experience empathy and compassion. We will gain an understanding of the problems that matter most in health care.
Be ready to use what you learn at Medicine X to create a shared vision of collaborative change and participatory medicine of tomorrow.
Everyone Included™ is a framework for health care innovation, implementation and transformation based on principles of mutual respect and inclusivity. It is a series of design and leadership principles intended to drive collaborative health care change efforts.
For one week in September, Northern California becomes home to the world’s premier gathering of patients, providers, researchers, designers and technologists who are leading disruptive CHANGE in health care. Stanford Medicine X – an Everyone Included™ event is the most-discussed academic medical conference in the world.
Grace Anne Dorney KOPPEL
Grace Anne Dorney Koppel is an educator, a behavioral scientist, and practicing attorney who was diagnosed with COPD in 2001. At the time of her diagnosis she had just 26% lung function and was not expected to live more than a few years. Thanks to pulmonary rehabilitation, exercise and knowledge, “It’s now 18 years since I was diagnosed and I still breathe better now than I did then. Knowledge, adherence to medications, and exercise are powerful,” she says.
Grace Anne and Ted are passionate about raising COPD awareness to improve the quality of life for the hundred of millions worldwide who have COPD. Together they created the Dorney-Koppel Foundation and have co-funded 12 pulmonary rehabilitation clinics across the country.
Journalist Ted Koppel was the anchor and managing editor of ABC News’ Nightline for 26 years, becoming the longest-serving news anchor in U.S. broadcast history. When he left ABC News after 42 years, he was the most honored reporter in that network’s history. He has won every major news award multiple times, including one for lifetime achievement. Ted now serves as CBS Sunday Morning’s Senior Contributor, in which role he just won his 43rd Emmy.
CEO, Cambia Health Solutions
Will present a keynote on leading change in uncertain times.
Kristen HONEY, PHD
Senior Research Scientist, Stanford University will co-present the Everyone Included™ keynote plenary session
Mona SIDDIQUI, MD
Chief Data Officer, US Department of Health and Human Services, will teach a Masterclass on using data to lead organizational change.
Simon DENEGRI, OBE
National Director for Patients, Carers and the Public in Research at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) will co-present the Everyone Included™ keynote plenary session.
After an extensive peer-review process, we are pleased to be offering high quality breakout sessions in three tracks this year. Sessions range from oral presentations, workshops and posters, in three different tracks (Teach me!, Inspire me!, and Collaborate with me!).