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Paul Begala (Exclusively WSB)

Paul Begala has seen it all—government united, government divided, gridlock and clear sailing. He now draws on his extensive experience to give audiences an understanding of the impact of today’s political landscape on such issues as the economy, budget deficit, health care, immigration, the future of Social Security and Medicare, U.S. foreign policy, the on-going war in Afghanistan, the unrest in the Middle East and other critical issues facing the country here at home and around the world.

Bill Bradley (Exclusively WSB)

The U.S. boasts the most advanced health care technology in the world, yet its health care delivery system is mediocre. Based on years of problem-solving experience in healthcare during his careers in both the United States Senate and the private sector, former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley tells audiences:

  • The current health care situation and the historical path that brought us to this point
  • What still remains to be done to refine the healthcare system
  • As reforms are implemented, how organizations and employees can collaborate to reduce health care costs and ensure affordable care

Bill Bradley (Exclusively WSB)

In this presentation based on his book, We Can All Do Better (May 2012), Bill Bradley offers his own concise, powerful and highly personal review of the state of the nation. Breaking from the long-held intransigent viewpoints of both political parties, and with careful attention to our nation’s history, Bradley passionately offers a no-holds-barred prescription on subjects including job creation, deficit reduction, education, immigration, foreign policy and the role of money in politics. While equally critical of the approaches of the Tea Party and Occupy movements, he champions the power of individual Americans to organize, speak out and bridge divisions, while calling on the media to assume a more responsible role in our national life. Bradley shares with audiences how we can all—elected officials, private citizens and presidents—do a better job of moving our country forward. His firsthand knowledge of the government’s inner workings, the country’s diversity and the untapped potential of the American people make Bradley the perfect guide to lead this timely and thought-provoking discussion.

Opportunity is out there—you just have to dig a little deeper to find it. Gary Bradt will show you how.

Change is turning the healthcare industry upside down. From the Affordable Care Act to technology and reimbursement trends, seismic shifts are everywhere. It creates a choice: Complain about the change or do something about it.

Gary Bradt will inspire and empower your audience to embrace the change and lead with confidence into tomorrow. Through practical examples and relevant, powerful stories, he will give your audience the tools they need to transform change into opportunity. They will learn to:

  • Let go of whatever is holding them down or holding them back
  • Latch on to values to make the right call on tough decisions
  • Employ the ToWho List, a powerful new tool for building relationships to sustain your group through change

Adapt first. Adapt fast. It’s the only way forward.

David Brailer, M.D. (Exclusively WSB)

Health care around the world is undergoing a vast and chaotic change, driven by the compounding effects of rising—and seemingly uncontrollable—demand for health care services, demographic shifts, new technologies and cultural changes. Rapid change in many economies, both deep setbacks in the developed world and bubble growth in other countries, have set in motion fundamental shifts in how populations view health care and the resources required to fund it. It is clear that uncertainty will be the common thread in health care systems around the world for some time to come—and that these changes, particularly in the US, have fostered conditions for a new round of innovation. Health plans, health systems and pharmaceutical makers have now established innovation groups that are exploring changes in the landscape to find new business models and revenue streams for their companies. Because of their work, this round of innovation promises to drive a fundamental restructuring of health care, and may permanently alter how we engage with health care, what we expect from it and how it is regulated. It may end the concept of health care as we know it in many ways. One of the world’s most respected leaders in the field of health care, Dr. David Brailer shows the tremendous opportunities that lie ahead for companies with the vision, talent, balance sheet and creativity to take advantage of this transformative time. In his keynote presentation, Dr. Brailer uncovers shifts in the marketplace including:

  • How consumers will take greater charge of purchasing their own health care—and face the financial risks for their decisions
  • How care—and our bodies—will become increasingly robotized and how care will go to people rather than people to care
  • How the nursing and physician professions will become more automated and virtual

David Brailer, M.D. (Exclusively WSB)

Physicians and hospitals are on the front line of the health information revolution. They will face enormous changes in the pace of health information innovation and many challenges in choosing a path to follow. Health information adoption will change how providers think about clinical decisions, how patients are engaged in their care, and how the financial side of care delivery is managed. Drawing from his experience as an entrepreneur, policymaker and investor, Dr. Brailer will illuminate how physician or hospital audiences can best develop health IT strategy, navigate through complex policy changes and use information technology to their best advantage. Key topics include:

  • Understanding health information technology policy 
  • Investing in health information technology 
  • Bringing physicians and patients into the health information revolution 
  • Choosing vendors and partners to make information technology an asset

David Brailer, M.D. (Exclusively WSB)

What areas are hot now, what is needed most and what are the areas in which we can expect to see real change in the near term? How do you invest your time and money into the complex health care industry? How do you know which trends matter and which ones don’t? When is it time to drive fundamental change and when do you focus on incremental change? Investors, major companies, physicians, hospitals and many others face these questions on a daily basis. Dr. Brailer’s broad experience enables him to analyze these complex issues from multiple vantage points. Tapping his experience as an entrepreneur, policymaker and as Chairman of Health Evolution Partners, one of the nation’s leading health care investment firms, Dr. Brailer guides his audience through these pivotal issues. Key questions he will address include:

  • What are the trends that you should follow?
  • How will reform play out?

Jeb Bush (Exclusively WSB)

Jeb Bush’s passion for big ideas and his definition of leadership—being an advocate for big ideas that require big changes—led to sweeping reforms in Florida while he was Governor. At the heart of his success was his ability to inspire citizens, businesspeople and policy makers to embrace change as the only way to take charge of the future. Delivering candid and informative remarks, he applies his visionary understanding of the issues to share his perspective on the current state of world affairs. From health care and the economy to foreign policy and immigration, to civilized exploration of policy reform, Bush engages audiences with a unique outlook on a variety of the most prominent issues on the minds of Americans.

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