Ian Morrison, PhD, Health Care Futurist & Author
Back by popular demand, Ian Morrison will be the featured keynote speaker at MAHP’s 2017 Annual Conference. With so much uncertainty surrounding health care this year, who better to address the issues we face with knowledge, insight and humor than Ian Morrison!
Ian Morrison is an internationally known author, consultant and futurist specializing in long-term forecasting and planning with particular emphasis on health care and the changing business environment. He combines research and consulting skills with an incisive Scottish wit to help public and private organizations plan their longer-term future. Morrison has written, lectured and consulted on a wide variety of forecasting, strategy and health care topics for government, industry and a variety of nonprofit organizations in North America, Europe and Asia.
Morrison has worked with more than 100 Fortune 500 companies in health care, manufacturing, information technology and financial services. Recent client sponsors include GE, Kaiser Permanente and the Mayo Clinic. He is a frequent commentator on the future for television, radio and the print media.
Morrison is the author of Leading Change in Health Care: Building a Viable System for Today and Tomorrow (AHA Press/Health Forum, 2011), and Healthcare in the New Millennium: Vision, Values and Leadership (Jossey-Bass, 2002). His previous book: The Second Curve – Managing The Velocity of Change (Ballantine, 1996) was a New York Times business best seller and Businessweek best seller. Morrison has co-authored several books and chapters, including Future Tense: The Business Realities of the Next Ten Years (William Morrow, 1994) and Looking Ahead at American Health Care (McGraw-Hill, 1988). He also has co-authored numerous journal articles for publications such as Chief Executive, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Across the Board, The British Medical Journal, New England Journal of Medicine, and Health Affairs. Morrison is also a founding partner in Strategic Health Perspectives.