Former CEO of Intermountain Healthcare’s flagship hospital, David Grauer has spent over 20 years in the trenches of healthcare improvement. He knows through deep experience that every team member matters when trying to drive massive change. He has lived the pitfalls, learned the keys to success, and has shared this know-how throughout his career, both within his previous organization as well as across a breadth of hospitals while with Health Catalyst – helping others to facilitate big changes and better outcomes.
In this webinar, David will share a model outlining the cultural transformation necessary for sustained clinical, financial, and operational outcomes improvement.
Critical components to this transformation that will be discussed are:
This session is presented in cooperation with the Health Catalyst Accelerated Practices Program, a highly immersive, project-based learning experience that focuses on the tools and knowledge needed to achieve significant sustained improvements in healthcare.
We hope you will join us and apply David’s lessons to your own improvement initiatives.
Grauer joined Health Catalyst after 23 years in executive leadership positions at Intermountain Healthcare, a Utah-based, not-for-profit system of 22 hospitals, 185 clinics, and 1,400 employed physicians that is widely recognized as a leader in clinical quality improvement and in efficient healthcare delivery. For the last nine years, Grauer served as CEO/Administrator of Intermountain Medical Center, a 502-bed hospital in suburban Salt Lake City that is both Utah’s largest hospital and the flagship of Intermountain Healthcare. Previously, he was CEO/Administrator of two other Intermountain hospitals—Cottonwood Hospital and The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital/TOSH.
A long-time community volunteer, Grauer has served on the boards of several community organizations in the Salt Lake City area, including Utah Food Bank, Jewish Family Service of Utah, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah, and Children’s Service Society of Utah. He is a recipient of the American College of Healthcare Executives’ Regent’s Award and in 2013 was named a “Healthcare Hero,” for administrative excellence, by Utah Business magazine.