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Nissan Intelligent Mobility: Redefining How We Move

November 9, 2018

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As the world is facing serious challenges such as climate change, traffic congestion and vehicle-related fatalities, Nissan is committed to addressing these challenges by making transportation safer, smarter and more enjoyable. The ultimate goal is achieving zero-emissions and zero-fatalities from their vehicles. The company’s approach to reaching this goal is Nissan Intelligent Mobility, changing the way cars are driven, powered and integrated into society.

Scott Becker, Senior Vice President, Administration, Nissan North America, Inc., will present on Nissan Intelligent Mobility’s key focus areas including electrification, connectivity and autonomy.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more how this global brand is approaching mobility of the future. Register today!

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Mitch Edgeworth, CEO Vanderbilt University Hospital: The Learning Health System

October 26, 2018

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As CEO of Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital, Mitch Edgeworth is confronted with many opportunities to improve the operation of the hospital and in some instances implement transformative innovations. In fact, Mitch and Vanderbilt University Medical Center embrace the concept of The Learning Health System. In a Learning Health System some of the same methods that are employed in improving medicine are applied to the delivery of care.

With a focus on improving the patient experience and reducing readmissions, Mitch considered making a significant investment in hiring nurses to contact patients following discharge. Working with Dr. Gordon Bernard, Associate Vice-Chancellor for Research and Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Science, Mitch decided to do a study of the impact of follow-up calls on readmissions. Join us to learn about The Learning Health System and the surprising findings of this study.

The Learning Health System is a practical forum and organizational culture that brings together leadership from Operations and Research for developing ideas and reviewing the results of studies that are aligned with organizational goals. Central to the platform is the notion that systematic investigation of practice change can raise the quality of evidence that can transform real world health care.

Become our Member! Members of The Disruption Lab get access to all of our speakers series programs, innovation resources, tools, The Disruption Lab Community and more for $50 paid monthly or $500 paid annually. Learn more and join as our member here.

The Wond’ry: An Epicenter for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

September 21, 2018

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The Disruption Lab heads to the Wond’ry for a behind the scenes tour of this epicenter of innovation and entrepreneurship within the heart of Nashville, Tenn. Made up of a cluster of state-of-the-art innovation labs for graduate students, faculty, staff and employees of Vanderbilt University, the Wond’ry attracts a mashup of curious thinkers, researchers, cross-functional and interdisciplinary teams.

In this session, David Owens, Professor of the Practice of Management and Innovation at the Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Wond’ry, and an Associate of The Disruption Lab, will present on the vision and how the Wond’ry became a reality at Vanderbilt University. He’ll also illuminate the differences and similarities of how a research institution approaches and supports innovation compared and contrasted with how entrepreneurs and corporate innovators must approach innovation. Robert Grajewski, Evans Family Executive Director of the Wond’ry, will present on current programs and initiatives that serve their mission and offer effective solutions to pressing societal problems, the Wond’ry’s role within the larger innovation ecosystem, and their process for testing new ideas and then, once proven, how teams take them out into the world.

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