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John Torinus
09/26/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

While our national political leaders struggle mightily with health care reform, innovative leaders in the private sector, many of them in Wisconsin, have hammered out a new business model for the delivery of care. And they are saving money with the new model. They have pioneered four waves of reform:

 

  • Employer adoption of self-insurance to replace group insurance
  • Consumer-driven health plans that establish incentives and disincentives for smart behaviors.
  • Proactive primary care, often delivered on-site at the workplaces or near-site.
  • Value-based purchasing of treatments.

 

John Torinus has used his company, Serigraph Inc., as a beta site for these waves of reform. He contends that the striking results should inform the stymied attempts at reform in the nation’s capital.

Lincoln Avenue Stable Presentation
10/03/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

The program for October 3 will be a further introduction and promotion of the Lincoln Avenue Stables.  Come through the north lower entrance from the parking lot and meet some of the MPD's Mounted Patrol horses (you might find people you know riding them!).  Listen to a round-up of how three objectives will be met once the Lincoln Avenue Stables are fully operational:  housing the MPD Mounted Patrol and providing Community Engagement Opportunities and Equine Assisted Therapy.  Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn will talk about the value of mounted patrols for public safety and community engagement and Rotarian Marianne Canter will talk explain Equine Assisted Therapy and how it helps children and adults with autism, mobility issues and PTSD.   Other MPD officials and Equine Assisted Therapy  experts will answer your questions.

Blair Williams - Real Estate Developer
10/10/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

More information coming soon!

On The Table
10/17/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

Tuesday, October 17th will be a significant day for Greater Milwaukee. On that day, the Rotary Club of Milwaukee will host an important part of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s “On the Table” effort to build new relationships, generate ideas and ignite action to benefit the future of our four-county region.  Our regular noon luncheon will be one of many “On the Table” activities held throughout that day and evening.  There will be no formal podium speaker; everyone will have a chance to participate in thought-provoking discussions at the tables.

UN Day - Steve Radelet
10/24/17 12:00 PM

Tuesday Speakers Register

Memorial Hall

More information coming soon!