Presented by:  Iahn Gonsenhauser, MD, MBA

Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

At The Point at Otterbein University, 60 Collegeview Rd, Westerville, OH 43081

Fee:  $39 for CDS members

Includes: 2 hours CE and a light dinner. 

Program Objectives:

1.  Review an abridged history of the pandemic in the United States and Globally

2.  Understand the impact that the pandemic has had on the healthcare delivery system

3.  Explore the current pandemic surge and what it means for current and future COVID mitigation      strategies.

4.  Assess the current trajectory of the pandemic and multiple potential future scenarios based on speculative expert opinion.

5. Understand the importance of behavioral health & wellness programming for people, patients and professional organizations as we seek normalcy and resilience in our everyday lives.


Dr. Iahn Gonsenhauser is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, postgraduate trained within the OSUCOM Department of Internal Medicine Primary Care Track and now Clinical Internist/Hospitalist within the Department of Internal Medicine at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC). His background and training includes a B.A. in Psychology/Neuroscience from Syracuse University and an M.B.A. Finance/Bioscience Entrepreneurship from Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management and six years in biomedical research in the fields of physiology, genetics and cognitive science of aging prior to medical training. His current role as Chief Quality Officer provides leadership and oversight of Quality and Patient Safety across the multiple business units of the Wexner Medical Center. He engages extensively in collaboration with nursing leadership, hospital administrative leadership & quality program leadership to provide operational management, financial management & leadership functions with focus on pay-for-performance programs including CMS and managed-care based programs.

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