With the rapidly changing healthcare landscape, developing leadership talent in organizations is critically important. This is not a one-time task, but a process and a commitment. Our speaker, Susan Servais, ZurickDavis Senior Vice President, will discuss major bumps on the succession planning road–with advice on how to smooth them out.
Achieving high quality, high value, safe care in a financially constrained environment is a given for today’s healthcare providers. Optimally matching the capacity to deliver care to patient demand patterns is at the heart of our ability to achieve these goals. Our speaker, Sandeep Green Vaswani, is from the Institute for Healthcare Optimization, a not for profit organization focused on bringing the science and practice of operations management to healthcare delivery.
Many factors contribute to burnout on both individual and organizational levels. As a leader, how do you know if your decisions will be inspiring or de-motivating? How important is autonomy in work? As an individual, which strategy should you use to prevent personal burnout? What is emotion regulation and how do you use it? Join us for this Webinar with Dr. Jeanine Joy, a sought after speaker and trainer. She delights in and focuses on making complex subjects simple to understand.
Given the rapidly changing healthcare environment, how can boards work more effectively with management to benefit their organizations? An engaged and accountable board is critical, as is strategic direction and committed leadership. This Webinar covers successful board-management partnership initiatives to consider for your organization.
With a growing diversity in the U.S., and the persistence of racial and ethnic disparities in health and health care, it is critically important that health care professionals are educated to specifically address issues of culture in an effective manner. Disparities impede a health care organization’s ability to deliver equitable care and improve population health. This webinar discusses how organizational cultural competence can reduce racial and ethnic disparities, and improve safety, quality and patient experience outcomes in health care.
This Webinar with speakers from Johns Hopkins describes their analysis and interventions to improve patient flow at 2 urban academic clinics and an affiliated suburban clinic. Their presentation discusses discrete event simulation as a technique of process improvement and the data analysis that led to the finding of the key results to guide intervention.
Health systems are increasingly stepping outside of their walls to address the social, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to poor health outcomes, shortened lives, and higher costs. Our speaker, David Zuckerman, manager for healthcare engagement at The Democracy Collaborative, shares how this increasing recognition is leading a growing number of health systems to adopt inclusive, economic development strategies to improve health and well-being for low-income neighborhoods and communities of color. This webinar provides an overview of the Hospitals Aligned for Healthy Communities toolkit series, which aims to accelerate this new model in healthcare and help health systems integrate community health principles into three distinct business functions: (1) inclusive, local hiring and workforce development, (2) local and diverse sourcing; and (3) leveraging their long-term investment portfolios for place-based investment.
Assembling and retaining the best leadership and clinical team is more difficult than ever for healthcare systems and large independent practices.Shifting reimbursement methods, changing attitudes, new technologies and a change in the country’s leadership have senior management and boards searching for motivational tools to produce a new blend of productivity, value and profitability. Chaos creates opportunity, and while the unknown is just that, the need to recruit, retain and reward the right physicians and the best executives remains.
This webinar will visit the front lines of this battle and share helpful observations and potential solutions. Our speakers are Barry N. Koslow, JD, Managing Director and CEO of MKA Executive Planners and Dennis M. Sexton, Senior Vice President of MKA.
Since 1978, the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (MHDC) has convened health industry leadership across the Commonwealth to solve shared information and technology challenges. While convening these participants remains an essential service, the very nature of “convening” has changed dramatically. Webinar technology and on-line social and professional networks have lowered the costs and barriers to collaboration among groups of shared interest while raising the stakes for compelling content and tangible benefits. Harnessing these and other technologies to advance member value is essential to sustaining and growing member engagement in a post-modern economy. Our speaker, Denny Brennan, is MHDC’s Executive Director and CEO of the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium (MHDC).
Nonprofit hospitals must perform a community health needs assessment (CHNA) and implement strategies to meet identified needs to maintain their federal tax-exempt status. How much are hospitals doing to meet new and expanded requirements? Join us for this Webinar where our speaker, Geri Rosen Cramer, will discuss her research analyzing data on more than 1500 tax-exempt hospitals to assess patterns in CHNA implementation and to identify which institutional and community characteristics may affect a hospital’s progress on community benefits.