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1 Stephen Klasko, MD, MBA Senior Vice President for USF Health Dean, College of Medicine 19 August 2010

2 2020: The New Healthcare Reality  Redesign care processes  Make effective use of information technologies  Manage clinical knowledge and skills  Develop effective teams  Coordinate care across patient condition, services and settings over time  Incorporate performance and outcome measurements for improvements and accountability  Ability to adapt to change  Nasdaq Panel on Healthcare Dec 2008

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4 WHAT’S NEW AT USF HEALTH? NEW LEADERSHIP Nursing Cardiology NEW PARTNERSHIPS Jackson BIRD NEW PROMINENCE Orthopaedics CTSI NEW IDEAS Executive Wellness

5 NEW LEADERSHIP

6 Dianne Morrison-Beedy, new dean of College of Nursing Former dean for research, School of Nursing, University of Rochester; held Endowed Chair in Nursing Science Award-winning researcher on HIV prevention in adolescent girls and young women Fellow of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, American Academy of Nursing, National Academies of Practice PhD, University of Rochester; master’s in nursing, University of Buffalo; BS in Nursing, Niagara University; certified women’s health nurse practitioner, RN New Leader of College of Nursing

7 New Leadership in Cardiology Dr. Leslie Miller, new chair Will lead expanded Cardiology program World-renowned expert on heart failure, transplants, VADs Former cardiology chair, Georgetown and Washington Hospital Center Past president, International Society for Heart & Lung Transplantation Past president, American Society of Transplant Physicians

8 NEW PARTNERSHIPS

9 New Partnership: Jackson Laboratory The Jackson Laboratory planning new medical and education village in Collier County Within 10 years, study says 7,500 jobs, $500 million in annual economic impact USF is Jackson’s first medical partner Jackson: world-recognized experts in mammalian genetics, genomics research Jackson and USF will collaborate on initiatives to advance personalized medicine

10 Jackson Laboratory USF, Jackson plan to collaborate in 3 key areas: RESEARCH: bioinformatics; cancer; Alzheimer’s and neurosciences; metabolic diseases; emphasis on personalized medicine EDUCATION: Leaders in educating students in personalized health, pharmacogenomics, bioinformatics; develop programs in emerging health professions, continuing medical education CLINICAL CARE: Partnership to team up with other health organizations to develop a clinical campus to provide personalized medicine and health care; will create continuum of care, from home therapies to inpatient and outpatient services

11 BIRD Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation Tel Aviv, Israel Funds projects to allow joint development and commercialization of a product by an Israeli/American team USF Health/Simbionix $700,000 grant develop a laparoscopic hysterectomy module for simulator

12 BIRD 55 applicants for 6 awards USF Health only academic institution funded Positions USF Health for future BIRD awards Facilitates goal to assess technical competence of practicing healthcare professionals

13 NEW INITIATIVES LEADING TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE

14 Orthopaedic Residency ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) full accreditation (4 years) 5 year program; 20 residents; 4 residents/year Effective Program Director – G. Douglas Letson, MD Orthopaedic Residency Training Sites USF College of Medicine James A. Haley VA Hospital Shriners Hospital for Children H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Tampa General Hospital University Community Hospital Lakeland Regional Medical Center All Children’s Hospital

15 Musculoskeletal Oncology Fellowship ACGME initial accreditation (3 years) One year program; One resident Effective Program Director – G. Douglas Letson, MD Training Site – Primarily H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center

16 USF Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Moffitt Cancer Center Haley VA Hospital Tampa General Hospital Draper and Jackson Labs

17 Goals of the USF CTSI Foster connectivity for a regional research network Support innovative training of investigators Provide access to core services and pilot programs Develop a vigorous evaluation program

18 Improve the way biomedical research is conducted Reduce the time for laboratory discoveries to become treatment for patients Engage communities in clinical research Train the next generation of clinical and translational researchers Train the next generation of clinical and translational researchers Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA)

19 Institutional Commitment for CTSA Space allocation In-kind contributions of faculty time and resources Matching funds for pilot studies Support for trainee grants and stipends (T32 and K12) Bioinformatics support Coordination and support of community outreach programs, student research programs Indirect cost return

20 NEW IDEAS: FROM EXECUTIVE WELLNESS TO LIFE/HEALTH TRANSFORMATION

21 Monsour Executive Wellness Center Opens

22 Community Assets Building Friendships Our clients are our family Field of Dreams If we build it…they will come

23 New Relationships Integrating USF Health New Corporate Partnerships Branding our name within USF Families and Alumni Bringing Science Home Habit Change

24 “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, these are things we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. These are things we don’t know we don’t know ” -- Donald RumsfeldOct 3, 2006 Getting Serious About Healthcare Reform


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