DATE & TIME
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
11:30 am — 1:00 pm
Leverage, Reward, and Model: The Journey toward Commercialization
Katherina Holzhauser, AVP IS Strategy, Innovation, & Commercialization, Intermountain Healthcare
DESCRIPTION Healthcare organizations have collected large numbers of internal assets — tools, processes, and data. These internal assets can have large impacts on industry improvements either through changes in care process or cost reduction. How do organizations leverage these internal assets and take them to market? Through a culture of "intrepreneurship" — turning internal ideas into profitable finished products—organizations can establish external‐facing business models that allow their internal assets' values to be fully recognized.
In 2011, Intermountain Healthcare embarked on a journey to leverage our internal assets to develop market‐facing products and services that support our not‐for‐profit vision to be a model healthcare system by delivering extraordinary care and superior service at an affordable cost. We partnered with an established professional services organization to develop some of these offerings. Throughout the journey, we discovered operational gaps and areas that needed modification to accommodate an external‐facing business model.
Intermountain Healthcare Transformation Lab
5022 South State Street
Murray, UT 84107
(Located on the backside of the "East Coast Subs" building)
LES Member: $20
LES Student: $10
Online Registration Deadline: August 23, 12 PM MDT
No refunds after August 23. Substitutions are permitted
Katherina Holzhauser joined Intermountain Healthcare in 2013. In her role as I.S. Strategy, Innovation, and Commercialization Assistant Vice President, she helps define the IS strategy, brokers new business and partnership opportunities, and creates an efficient delivery model for commercial operations. Katherina leverages her industry experience to build industry partnerships that help advance Intermountain's mission of helping people live the healthiest lives possible.
Katherina has spent over 20 years as a leader in Information Technology where she has held different roles including CIO, Vice President of Software Development, and Vice President of Marketing. She has focused on the Healthcare industry for the last 9 years. Katherina received an MA and BA from Stanford University in Computational Linguistics.
Katherina moved to Utah from Washington State with her husband and twin daughters in 1999. She enjoys photography, hiking, gardening, and cooking vegetarian food.