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The Business of Healthcare

The Business of Healthcare Grand Rounds program explores themes such as clinical practice management, leadership and healthcare’s changing landscape under reform legislation. The lecture series is a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the Carey School of Business. Lectures are open to all faculty members and residents, as a component of the department’s newly instituted business education curriculum.

The 2015-2017 Business of Healthcare Grand Rounds Lectures are made possible by a gift from the Edelman-Gordon family in honor of  Stanley A. Klatsky, M.D. As of 2018, the lectureship has been sponsored by Dr. Klatsky whose generosity has established this as an endowed lectureship.

Upcoming Programs

Cosmetic Clinics in Academic Settings: Structure, Finances, and Educational Opportunities
(Held via Zoom)

Resident education in cosmetic surgery is not only required to complete plastic surgery training, but is vital to residents’ development as plastic and reconstructive surgeons. Resident Aesthetic Clinics (RACs) are one format through which trainees can gain experience working with patients seeking aesthetic procedures, act as the primary surgeon with attending physician oversight, and perform long-term follow-up with patients to assess aesthetic outcomes. However, many different models for RACs exist around the country. This program brings in two plastic surgeons, Dr. Marissa Tenenbaum and Dr. Kristen Broderick, from different parts of the country to discuss the logistics and business aspects of their program structures. Residents, fellows, and trainees are encouraged to participate in the Q&A session that will follow the speakers’ presentations.

Speakers:

  • Marissa Tenenbaum, MD; Associate Professor of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Program Director Plastic Surgery Residency Program; Washington University
  • Kristen Broderick, MD; Assistant Professor of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Director of the Resident Cosmetic Center; Director of Breast Reconstruction, Bayview Medical Center

Past Programs

July 2020

COVID-19 and the Broken Global Supply Chain: The JHM Response to the Disruption

Speaker:

  • Lisa E. Ishii, MD; Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Senior Vice President for Operations; Johns Hopkins Health System

Enhancing Value: Renegotiating Johns Hopkins Health System’s Breast Implant Contracts

Speakers:

  • Gedge D. Rosson, MD; Associate Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Associate Professor of Oncology
  • Kristen Broderick, MD; Assistant Professor of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery; Director of the Resident Cosmetic Center; Director of Breast Reconstruction, Bayview Medical Center
  • Douglas L. Forman, MD, MBA, FACS; Clinical Instructor in Plastic Surgery, Georgetown University; Assistant Professor, Part-Time, Department of Plastic Surgery, Johns Hopkins University; Medical Staff Chair. Suburban Hospital

January 2020

Evolution of Adult Learning: The Board’s Response and Professionalism in Advertising and Social Media

Speaker:

  • Keith Brandt, MD, FACS; Executive Director, American Board of Plastic Surgery; William G. Hamm Professor, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Washington University

Panel Discussion: The RRC & ABPS

Speakers:

  • Keith Brandt, MD, FACS; Executive Director, American Board of Plastic Surgery; William G. Hamm Professor, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Washington University
  • C. Scott Hultman, MD, MBA, FACS; Burn Center Director, Vice Chair of Strategic Planning, Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Sheri Slezak, MD; Professor of Surgery; Chief, Division of Plastic Surgery; Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs; University of Maryland School of Medicine

February 2019

How to Start a Startup

Speaker:

  • Sashank K. Reddy, MD, PhD; Clinical Instructor and Craniofacial Fellow; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures  

Intellectual Property and Venture Capital: The Shark’s Perspective

Speaker:

  • Greg Sieczkiewicz, PhD, JD; Founder at Picket Fence IP; Executive Partner & Chief IP Counsel at MPM Capital

JHTV Panel: Resources to Support Academic Entrepreneurship

Panelists:

  • Sashank K. Reddy, MD, PhD; Clinical Instructor and Craniofacial Fellow; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Medical Director, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures  
  • Brian Stansky, MS; Senior Director, FastForward
  • Jorge Aquino, MS, MBA; Director of Ventures, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures 
  • Megan Wahler; Senior Program Manager, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures

2018

Applying Economic Evaluation to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Speaker:

  • William V. Padula, PhD; Assistant Professor of Health Economics, Leonard D. Shaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics, University of Southern California

Non-Clinical Physician Revenue: Managing Your Relationships with Outside Sources

Speakers:

  • Christina Doty, JD, MA, Director of the Office of Outside Interests
  • Mary Ann Dunlay, JD, MHS, Director of the Office of Interaction with Industry
  • Lisa Broadhead, MPH, Assistant Director of Marketing and Innovation at Johns Hopkins Medicine Marketing and Communications who worked on the Johns Hopkins Sunshine Planning Group
  • A representative with the Office of Policy Coordination

2016

From Bench-to-Marketplace: Exploring Different Practices

Speakers:

  • Howard Levinson, MD; Associate Professor of Surgery, Associate Professor of Dermatology, Assistant Professor in Pathology; Duke University School of Medicine
  • Christy Wyskiel, Senior Adviser to the President; Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
  • Panel discussion with Dr. Levinson, Christy Wyskiel and others from Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures

From Bench-to-Marketplace: Exploring Different Practices

Speakers:

  • Minh-Doan Nguyen, MD, PhD with the Mayo Clinic
  • Mark Melendez, MD, MBA with the Cosmetic & Reconstructive Surgery Associates of Connecticut

2015

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the Importance of Being Involved Politically During the Early Stages of the Physicians Career to Maintain a Voice in the Legislative Process

Speaker:

  • Andrew W. Gurman, M.D., president-elect of the American Medical Association's House of Delegates
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