Thought Leadership Keynote: Mark Dixon
Monday, March 7, 2022 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Healthcare was changing at a rapid pace prior to COVID-19. Today, that change has accelerated dramatically. During this presentation, Mark Dixon will take a deeper dive on trends in the US-based healthcare delivery system. These are unmistakable trends that are changing the healthcare industry. Understanding and adapting to these trends are vital to remaining relevant within the industry. Mark will discuss how to adjust operating models to adapt to these changes. You will improve your future delivery strategies with a better understanding of the impact the transformative trends are having on healthcare providers in the United States.
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About Mark Dixon
Mark D. Dixon, R.Ph, M.H.A., FACHE, leads the Mark Dixon Group, LLC which provides medical suppliers and integrated delivery networks (IDNs) consultative assistance in successfully navigating the changes in healthcare. He specializes in providing C-Suite level services to: -Increase medical supplier relevancy/performance in an era of health reform and value creation -Implement an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) strategy -Create durable physician clinical integration network strategies -Develop and implement improved IDN triple aim results He speaks regularly at national meetings to bring the voice of the IDN C-Suite to a wide variety of organizations and professional associations.
Dixon brings 30+ years of healthcare leadership experience with a proven record of results in developing and sustaining market-leading organizations. Dixon was Regional President for Fairview Health Services where they developed and implemented an ACO strategy. Prior to joining Fairview, Mark was President/CEO of Community Hospitals of Indiana, Inc. in Indianapolis for 6 years and was with Allina Health for 17 years at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis as the chief executive.