Christina D. Warner is a healthcare innovator, marketing strategist, and best-selling author of THE ART OF HEALTHCARE INNOVATION. She is known for her thought pieces on the intersection of cutting-edge healthcare, marketing innovation and executive interviews and has been quoted in Forbes, Fast Company, US News & World Report, and Ivy Exec, among others. Her articles have appeared in Apple News, Buzzfeed, and Authority Magazine.
Christina received her MBA at The Fuqua School of Business, Duke University, where she earned a concentration on healthcare sector management (HSM).
The Future of Healthcare: “Unfortunately, in the United States, healthcare systems are optimized for greed, not for improved patient care; We need to change this.” with Shree Kalluri and John Krystal, MD
The Future of Healthcare: “We must move away from today’s volume-based model to one that better recognizes and accounts for value” with Patty Fritz, Vice President of U.S. Corporate Affairs for UCB, Inc
The Future of Healthcare: “Women make 80% of healthcare decisions; If I can change the health of one woman, I will change the health of her family, her neighbors, & her co-workers” with Dr. Vonda Wright, MD
The Future of Healthcare: “Let’s make a two-tiered system: a basic safety net for all and a private market for those who could afford to pay for more conveniently scheduled care” with Dr. Gayle Woodson
The Future of Healthcare: “I would like there to be more discussion, research, and support for women (and men) who are struggling with real-life challenges that are not typically regarded as “health” issues” with Beth Battaglino, of HealthyWomen
The Future of Healthcare: “Either the federal government or state governments must create health planning functions to oversee the system” with Dr. John B. Chessare, CEO of GBMC HealthCare in Baltimore, Maryland
Big Ideas: “How to help consumers, workplaces, and brands to go #PlasticNeutral” with Svanika Balasubramanian, founder of rePurpose
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