Fireside Chat with Wharton Professor Lawton R. Burns, Professor of Health Care Management

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Thursday, September 23, 2021
6:00pm— 7:00pm
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Barbara Sagusti

The Wharton Clubs of Philadelphia and Boston are excited to host renowned Wharton Professor Lawton R. Burns, Professor of Health Care Management, on September 23, 2021 at 6:00pm.

During the webinar, Professor Burns will discuss his recently published books called Big Med and The U.S. Healthcare Ecosystem, as well as field any questions from the audience on his areas of interest in hospital-physician relationships, integrated health care, physician networks, among others.

There's no cost for members to attend, but non-member tickets will be $20.

McGraw Hill is pleased to offer a 20% discount and free shipping on The U.S. Healthcare Ecosystem, which can be obtained using this link through the remainder of 2021: Purchase Book

The University of Chicago Press is happy to offer 30% off hard copies of Big Med with the code BIGMED30 on our website. This code is good through the end of the year.  Click HERE to purchase Big Med.  Use the code BIGMED30 for the 30% off.


About Our Speaker:

Lawton Robert Burns, Ph.D., MBA, is the Chair of the Health Care Management Department, the James Joo-Jin Kim Professor, a Professor of Health Care Management, and a Professor of Management in the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He is Co-Director of the Roy & Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management.  He received his doctorate in Sociology and his MBA in Health Administration from the University of Chicago. Dr. Burns taught previously in the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago and the College of Business Administration at the University of Arizona.

Date:  September 23, 2021

Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm


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