2/22/2008 - Harry Jacobson, M.D., vice chancellor for Health Affairs, will present his annual State of the Medical Center Address at 4 p.m., Thursday, April 3, in Langford Auditorium.
Originally scheduled for early March, the date of the address was changed to take advantage of the reopening of Langford Auditorium following renovations.
The 2008 speech is anticipated to focus on Vanderbilt University Medical Centers elevate pillars with topics including growth, finance and a new vision for the future known as Vision 2020.
Vision 2020 aims to expand the academic medicine mission of Research, Training, Patient Care to a flywheel model that demonstrates how Working in New Ways, Getting Results that Matter, Transferring Knowledge lead to a central focus of Impact on Society.
Areas identified as a top priority for Vision 2020 are chronic disease and end-of-life care, both of which represent a large and growing cost to society.
Jacobson will also provide updates on the Medical Centers growth projects.
A financial report will detail the results of operations across campus during fiscal year 2007 and give projections for fiscal year 2008.
Door prizes will be given away and light refreshments will be served following the event.©2013 Vanderbilt University Medical Center