A Discussion on Leadership Learnings from the Pandemic with Dr. John C. Mazziotta, CEO, UCLA Health System and Vice Chancellor, UCLA Health Sciences.
Few countries have been as severely hit by the pandemic than the United States. With just 4 percent of the world’s population, the U.S. has endured a quarter of its confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths. As the world grapples with the fear and uncertainty of the pandemic, effective leadership and sharing of best practices at all levels - business, policy and government - becomes more important than ever. Join the Centers@Anderson and Professor Terry Kramer in a moderated conversation with Dr. John C. Mazziotta, vice chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences that has been at the forefront of COVID-19 research and treatment and is positioned to make a transformative and enduring impact on this global pandemic.
Mazziotta will address where the U.S. stands with COVID-19 today and provide a holistic view across healthcare providers, medical schools, industry and government. He will examine the role of public health, data and science and discuss leadership learnings around decision-making and how the U.S. could have more effectively harnessed its resources, including technology and human resources in fighting the pandemic. Mazziotta will also share his longer term views on how leadership will likely change in the future and ultimately how technology will fundamentally change the delivery and outcomes in healthcare, globally. UCLA Anderson Dean Tony Bernardo will provide opening remarks.