Presentations 1995-2000

Paul N. Uhlig,  MD, MPA, FACS

Presentations (1995-2000) Paul N. Uhlig, MD        

 

Dedication Day: A Vision of Our Future. Halstead Hospital, Halstead, Kansas

5 November 1995.

 

Cardiac Surgery and Managed Care. Via Christi Regional Medical Center, Wichita, Kansas, 22 April 1996.

 

Health Care in America: an Era of Profound Change.  Halstead Hospital, Halstead, Kansas, 25 June 1996.

 

Learning How, Remembering Why. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 3 December 1996.

 

How Less Can Be More: the Ecology of Good Patient Care. Halstead Hospital, Halstead, Kansas, 27 January 1997.

 

Environments of Care. Thoracic Surgery Foundation dinner, San Diego, California, 1 February 1997.

 

Challenges and Trends in US Health Care Policy. American Society of Extra-Corporeal Technology, Phoenix, Arizona, 5 April 1997.

 

Understanding the New World of Health Care. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 15 April 1997.

 

The Modern Economics of Medicine. Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation postgraduate course in minimally invasive cardiac surgery, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 21 June, 1997.

 

Understanding the Changing World of Health Care. Medical Staff Address, Wesley Medical Center, Wichita, Kansas, 11 September, 1997.

 

Understanding the Changing World of Health Care. Wesley Nursing Staff, Wichita, Kansas, 1 October, 1997.

 

Caring for Our Profession. Thoracic Surgery Foundation Board of Directors, New

Orleans, Louisiana, 24 January, 1998.

 

Working Together in New Ways. American Heart Association Regional Annual

Meeting, Wichita, Kansas, 13 March, 1998.

 

Why Health Care is Changing and What it Means for All of Us. Wichita Masons,

Wichita, Kansas, 20 April, 1998.

 

New Health Care, Old Values. Kansas Health Ethics Annual Conference, Wichita, Kansas, 26 June, 1998.

 

Accountable Health Care: Letting Patients Lead the Way. The National Bipartisan

Commission on the Future of Medicare, Washington, DC, 8 September, 1998.

 

Transforming Health Care for the 21st Century. Sedgwick County Health Care

Roundtable, Wichita, Kansas, 14 October, 1998.

 

New Health Care for the New Millenium. Foshee/MacDonald Lecture, Wichita

State University, Wichita, Kansas, 19 October, 1998.

 

Leading Change: An Important New Role for the Hospital Ethics Committee. Newton Medical Center, Newton, Kansas, 27 October, 1998.

 

The Social Architecture of Health Care: Creating Environments for Innovation. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, 31 October, 1998.

 

Basic Principles of Quality Improvement. Patient Care Committee, Wesley Medical Center, Wichita, Kansas, 11 November, 1998.

 

Ethics and the Changing World of Health Care. Kansas Health Ethics Annual Meeting, 19 November, 1998.

 

Understanding the Changing World of Health Care. Thoracic Surgery Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, 15 January, 1999.

 

Communities of Healing: Taking Better Care of Ourselves and Others. Society of Thoracic Surgeons Spouse Postgraduate Course, San Antonio, Texas, 24 January, 1999.

 

Understanding the Changing World of Health Care. Downtown Rotary Club, Wichita, Kansas, 8 February, 1999.

 

Shaping our Destiny: Optimum Environments for the Practice of Medicine. Christiana Care Health System, Wilmington, Delaware, 19 February, 1999.

 

Understanding the Changing World of Health Care. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 20 March, 1999.

 

Ethical Decisions at the Beginning of Life. Discussion moderator, Kansas Health Ethics Annual Conference, Wichita, Kansas, 26 March, 1999.

 

Caring for the Uninsured—A Critical Need. Community Forum I, Project Access, Wichita, Kansas, 15 April, 1999.

 

Project Access: A Call to Leadership—the Physician’s Role in Caring for the Uninsured. Sedgwick County Medical Society, Wichita, Kansas, 4 May, 1999.

 

Project Access: The Power of a United Community. Presentation before the City Council and County Commission, Wichita/Sedgwick County, Kansas, 1 June, 1999.

 

A Systems Approach to Health Care Quality. Invited presentation, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Wichita, Kansas, 3 June, 1999.

 

Project Access: Progress Report to the Community. Community Forum II, Project Access, Wichita, Kansas, 15 September, 1999.

 

Working Together for Better Health Care. Endowment lecture, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, 23 September, 1999.

 

Blueprint for Transformation: In Search of a New Vision for Health Care. Wichita State University College of Health Professions, Wichita, Kansas, 30 September, 1999.

 

All Health Care is Local: Innovations in Providing Health Services. Invited presentation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 6 October, 1999.

 

Understanding the New World of Health Care. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 6 November, 1999.

 

Project Access: A Community Success Story. Endowment lecture, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, 9 December, 1999.

 

Blueprint for Transformation: In Search of  a New Vision for Health Care. Concord

Hospital grand rounds, Concord, New Hampshire, 15 December, 1999.

 

Blueprint for Transformation: in Search of a New Vision for Health Care. Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center grand rounds, Lebanon, New Hampshire, 19 January, 2000.

 

Health Care Quality. Concord Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program lecture, Concord, New Hampshire, 20 January, 2000.

 

The Quality Journey. Keynote address, Capital Region Health Care Annual Planning

Retreat, Henniker, New Hampshire, 24 January, 2000.

 

A Conceptual Framework for Quality in Community-Centered Health Care Initiatives. Invited commentary, planning conference, US Bureau of Primary Health Care, Bethesda, Maryland, 16 February, 2000.

 

Project Access: The Importance of Physician Leadership. Invited address, Wake County Medical Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, 17 February, 2000.

 

Patterns of Care: Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire, 6 March, 2000.

 

Blueprint for Transformation. Visiting professor lecture, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio, 27 March, 2000.

 

Exploring Quality in Higher Education. Dean’s Honors seminar, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, 26 April, 2000.

 

Critical Elements of Successful Health Care Innovation: Research and Evaluation,

Results, Quality, and Health Outcomes. Robert Wood Johnson/Ford Foundation

Symposium on Innovations in Local Health Care, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 29

June, 2000.

 

Of Biplanes and Better Health Care: Lessons Along the Quality Journey. 20th Annual

Berlin Memorial Hospital Summer Conference, Green Lake, Wisconsin, 28 July, 2000.

 

Side-by-Side with Our Patients: Personal Perspectives on the Take Heart Program. Cardiac Grand Rounds, Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire, 21 September, 2000.

 

Cardiac Services: Outcomes, Philosophy, and Program Initiatives. Second Annual Quality Assurance Symposium, Concord Hospital, Concord, New Hampshire, 22 September, 2000.

 

A Best Practice Approach to Access to Care. 31st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Council of Foundations, Orlando, Florida, 9 November, 2000.

 

Innovation is Really Happening Out There! John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Massachusetts 16 November, 2000.

 

Collaborative Transformation of Health Care: A Community-Based Approach to the Problem of Uninsurance. US Bureau of Primary Health Care Community Forum, Galveston, Texas, 27 November, 2000.

 

Project Access: A Promising Community-Based Approach to the Problem of Uninsurance. Columbus Medical Association Foundation, Columbus, Ohio, 11 December, 2000.

 

 

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