Future of Healthcare: Sustainable Business Models and Emerging Technologies
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About the Event:
Hosted by the Discover, Learn, & Innovate for Impact Physician Advisory Committee in collaboration with New St. Paul’s Physician Directors (Clinical Planning) and PHC.
- Discover, Learn, & Innovate for Impact (DLII)Physician Advisory Committee; Physician Lead Dr. Amin Sajan,
- DLII Physician advisory member Dr. Jesse Greiner,
- DLII Vice President Sponsor, Dr. Darryl Knight
- New St. Paul’s Physician Lead, CSRC, Dr. Jeff Pike
- PHC CEO, Ms. Fiona Dalton
As we move towards the New St. Paul’s, how do we drive innovation forward and organize for it? How do we move from research to impact? Join Zayna Khayat, Future Strategist, Saint Elizabeth Health Care for an inspirational presentation on developing an innovation culture and entrepreneurial mindset within health care systems.
Learn how PHC can adapt these practices to impact patient care, and the fundamental way we conduct business. This session will also discuss her “Top 10 Big Ideas” about innovation, which includes real examples from peers around the world as thought starters to open our minds and expand our thinking.
About Zayna Khayat:
Zayna Khayat is Future Strategist with SE Health (formerly, Saint Elizabeth Health Care) a health and social impact enterprise with a major focus on creating a better future for aging adults in their homes and communities. Zayna is Faculty of Singularity University’ Exponential Medicine stream, and is adjunct faculty in the Health Sector Strategy stream at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Dr. Khayat was previously the lead of health system innovation at MaRS Discovery District, a health innovation hub in Toronto, Canada. In 2017 she was seconded to the REshape Innovation Centre at Radboud university medical centre in the Netherlands. Zayna completed her Ph.D. in diabetes research from the University of Toronto (2001), followed by a career in strategy consulting, including as a Principal in the healthcare practice of The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). She currently resides in Toronto with her husband and three children and is proficient in French and Arabic languages.