27-28 June 2018 | ExCel London

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Al Mulley

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Al Mulley

Dr Al Mulley

Managing Director for Global Health Care Delivery Science , The Dartmouth Institute

Professor Mulley is Managing Director of Global Health Care Delivery Science at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and Professor of Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Before moving to Dartmouth in 2010, Professor  Mulley spent 35 years on the Harvard faculty and the staff of Massachusetts General Hospital where he was the founding Chief of the General Medicine Division and Director of the Medical Practices Evaluation Center. He is founding Editor of the text, Primary Care Medicine, the earliest textbook of adult primary care now in its 7th edition, and was a founding Director of the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation, which led international collaborations in development and evaluation of shared decision making for nearly three decades.  

Dr. Mulley’s research focuses on measurement of processes, outcomes, and patient preferences to improve the quality of health care decision making and the efficiency of service delivery on the frontlines and at the system level. This work includes development of approaches to support clinical teams and patients in shared decision making and in co-production of services, especially for long term conditions. It has been used to catalyze learning collaboratives and clinical trials that have shown that increased patient knowledge and attention to patients’ informed preferences can be associated with decreased utilization of high cost medical and surgical interventions and better health outcomes. 

Dr. Mulley is a member of the National Academy of Medicine. In 2011, he was named the first International Visiting Fellow at the King’s Fund in London and appointed by The Health Foundation as an inaugural member of the Improvement Science Development Group. That same year, he was named International Consultant to the Chinese Hospital Association.  In 2013, he was appointed to the adjunct faculty of the Tsinghua Institute for Hospital Management Research. In 2015 he was appointed visiting professor at University College London. 
 

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