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Health Care Day Thursday, November 10, 2011, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (plus special invitation) Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) Building S, S1.203-204 Public Meeting Room

Directions to Burnett (Main) Campus: Address: 3333 Burnett Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45229 CCHMC is part of the University of Cincinnati Hospital Complex (East Campus). For directions, see: http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/patients/visit/directions/default/ Parking: Park in the Visitors Parking Garage under the main hospital. Enter off Burnet Avenue, follow signs to visitor parking garage (turn right down ramp) If possible, park in the C Section and come up the elevator to the main lobby/concourse. (Note: Bring your parking slip with you so it can be stamped for free parking. Signs and staff will guide you to the new research complex, Building S. Exit the rear of Building C towards Building S (see walkway on diagram). Second Floor, right off elevators. Timing: ***Do not eat or drink from midnight November 9, 2011. We will be doing a diabetes health screening when you arrive. 7:30 a.m. 7:55 a.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 to 6:00 Continental Breakfast Program begins Program ends Special Invitation (optional)

Thematic Organization: Health Day 2011 will explore the nature of health care locally and nationally through the lens of diabetes (both Type 1 and Type 2). The program is also a wonderful exploration of our core theme of "creating a culture of innovation." The Steering Team has arranged six (6) tours of labs connected to research revolving around diabetes and childhood obesity. Each of you will be assigned to one tour. The tours will be debriefed in large group. Special Invitation At 4:30 PM, CCHMC invites everyone to join the staff of CCHMC for their regularly scheduled discussion, “CCHMC Tipping Point.” The session, which includes beer, wine & cheese, invites discussion among healthcare improvement leaders. The topic on November 10 is “Disruptive Innovation: Can Health Care Learn From Other Industries? A Conversation with Clayton M. Christensen.” The facilitator is Ellis M. Arjmand, MD MMM PhD. Given the variety of perspectives in LC 35, we could not only learn from this discussion, but also enrich it.

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