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Chris Johnson, CEO of Landmark Health, joins us to discuss caring for our aging population, particularly trends in how seniors are accessing care, how healthcare organizations can provide seniors with a positive patient experience and how the at-home healthcare concept fits into this need.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
John W. Bluford III, LFACHE, founder/CEO, Bluford Healthcare Leadership Institute, and ACHE’s 2022 President’s Award winner, talks about helping under-represented scholars with exceptional leadership potential learn about non-clinical careers in healthcare and make a difference in their communities.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
Hear Anthony “Tony” Armada, FACHE, executive vice president and chief transformation officer, Generations Healthcare Network, Illinois, and 2022-2023 Chair of the ACHE Board of Governors, share his story as an Asian American healthcare leader and discuss how leaders can develop more equitable cultures in their organizations.…
 
Why is curiosity such a critical part of leadership? Find out with Nikkia Reveillac, director of Consumer Insights at Netflix, who explains why being curious is the starting point for building authentically diverse teams that are higher performing and more innovative and creative. Nikkia will cover this topic in-depth during ACHE’s fall Virtual Lea…
 
Join Julius Bogdan, vice president and general manager of the Digital Health Advisory team for North America at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, to learn about the growing use of artificial intelligence to improve care management, quicken diagnoses and streamline clinician workflow.…
 
Hear Richard G. Greenhill, DHA, FACHE, CPHQ, an internationally recognized expert in healthcare quality, discuss why quality is the most important aspect of healthcare delivery and how clinical and administrative leaders can work together to revitalize their organization’s quality strategy.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
Join David Williams, PhD, Chair, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Harvard University for a look at the evidence connecting discrimination to well-being, going beyond traditional measures like income and education to reveal how factors like implicit bias, residential segregation and negative stereotypes create and sustain inequality. …
 
Hear Odette Bolano, FACHE, President/CEO of St. Alphonsus Health System in Boise, discuss the how C-Suite and board executives can drive better, more equitable health outcomes. From safety to workforce retention to population health, this conversation will help leaders consider the impact of their DEI strategies—both inside and outside the hospital…
 
Join Nicole Thomas, FACHE, President, Baptist Medical Center, Jacksonville Fla. for a compelling conversation on safety culture and how senior leaders can help patients, communities and their workforce realize a healthier future. Nicole will do a deep-dive into this topic at the 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 28-31 in Chicago.…
 
In this episode, Rachel Wilson shares insights into cybersecurity trends from her experience at Morgan Stanley and the National Security Agency. Learn more about the current threats facing cybersecurity and what infrastructure improvements and other steps you can take to better protect your patients and workforce. Wilson will also join ACHE at the …
 
Ashish Jha, MD, MHA, one of the most sought-after COVID-19 experts, shares insights into the impacts of COVID-19 on our country’s heath—and health system—from his perspective as a public health researcher and Dean of the School of Public Health at Brown University. He’ll join us in person for the 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership—register toda…
 
Industry expert and ACHE author Thomas A. Atchison, EdD, President, Atchison Consulting, discusses one of the most pressing issues facing healthcare leaders today. Tom offers practical assessment and improvement strategies for employee engagement—a “sneak peek” into his Boot Camp at the 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership this March.…
 
In this episode, Hakeem M. Oluseyi, PhD, shares how he overcame difficult circumstances growing up to pursue his love of science and space and become a world-renowned astrophysicist. Oluseyi will speak at the 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership about the leadership qualities needed to persevere in pursuing your goals and his new book, A Quantum …
 
Carson Dye, FACHE, president and CEO of Exceptional Leadership, LLC, just released a new, two-volume book, “Enhanced Physician Engagement.” He discusses the increased importance to the bottom line and practical, “boots on the ground” ways executives can form effective relationships with physicians and clinical leaders.…
 
Hear the latest challenges and opportunities for early careerists from two experts who literally wrote the book! Laurie K. Baedke, FACHE, Director, Healthcare Leadership Programs, Creighton University and Natalie Lamberton, CEO, Talas Harbor Healthcare, are co-authors of The Emerging Healthcare Leader: A Field Guide, now available as an audio book.…
 
Nicole M. Cooper, DrPH, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs at UnitedHealth Group joins our podcast to discuss health equity from the payor’s perspective. Hear more on national DEI trends and strategies around access, workforce, social determinants of health and more.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
Experts are predicting a "twindemic" of the approaching flu season and a spike in COVID-19 cases. Michael A. Slubowski, FACHE, FACMPE, President/CEO, Trinity Health, discusses his leadership strategies to prepare for this event across 90 hospitals in 25 states. He also shares how Trinity Health is building workforce resiliency and his own advice to…
 
How would you run your own hospital? John S. Winkleman, faculty member at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, discusses the innovative new Health System Simulation course delivered in partnership with ACHE. Hear why simulation learning is particularly effective for healthcare leaders, and how you can see what happens when you’re in…
 
J. Manuel Ocasio, FACHE, Chief Human Resources Officer of Luminis Health in Annapolis, Md., discusses what’s driving change and innovation in the healthcare workforce right now, from preventing burnout, to solving staffing shortages and leading the way in diversity, equity and inclusion. Hear more about how one system is shaping the future of work …
 
Carrie Owen Plietz, FACHE, Regional President, Kaiser Permanente Northern California, and 2021 Chair of the ACHE Board of Governors, joins our host to discuss how executive leaders drive organizational culture. Listen as she highlights Kaiser Permanente’s work on patient-centered care, diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, and her vision for…
 
Ron Wyatt, MD, and Laura Botwinick are co-authors of “Achieving Health Equity: A Guide for Health Care Organizations,” a framework to achieve health equity from the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. They join us to discuss the ongoing challenges in rooting out systemic racism in healthcare, and how the events of the last year have helped fuel t…
 
To celebrate International Nurses Day, we welcome Sally Hurt-Deitch, RN, FACHE, CEO, Mid-South Group—Memphis Market and Saint Francis Hospital, Tenet Health, Memphis. As a former CNO who transitioned to market CEO, Sally embodies the vital importance of triad leadership (physician, nursing and administrative) in driving success for healthcare organ…
 
Rick Pollack, President and CEO of the American Hospital Association, discusses the “3Rs” of COVID-19 (relief, recovery and rebuilding), the White House’s healthcare priorities, and the leadership skills that will be necessary to bring us into a new era. Pollack joins ACHE again on Monday, March 22 for a panel discussion during the 2021 Congress on…
 
In a riveting new episode, Paul Keckley, Managing Editor of The Keckley Report, joins the podcast for a frank conversation about the impact of COVID-19 on the financial health of our industry, as well as what forces will continue to exert influence as we move forward. Paul will also moderate a panel discussion with the CEOs of the AHA, AHIP and AMA…
 
Ghazala Sharieff, MD, FACHE, Chief Medical Officer, Acute Care, Clinical Excellence and Experience at Scripps Health, discusses how COVID-19 has impacted the clinical workforce, including strategies for staffing and preventing burnout. Dr. Sharieff will join a Leadership Insight panel discussion of the same name at the 2021 Congress on Healthcare L…
 
Keller Rinaudo, CEO and founder of Zipline, joins us to discuss how his drones are delivering life-saving medicines and medical supplies on-demand in the U.S. and around the world. Keller will be the opening keynote speaker for the 2021 Congress on Healthcare Leadership March 22-25, where he’ll continue the conversation on the vital role of innovat…
 
Revisit some our most engaging conversations from 2020. Gain insight on the strategies, solutions and qualities that helped ACHE leaders across the country care for patients during the pandemic, and hear the ways we’re forging ahead together for a safe and healthy future.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
Roberta Schwartz, PhD, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer for Houston Methodist and CEO of Houston Methodist Hospital, discusses the Houston Methodist Center for Innovation and how the system’s dedication to a culture of innovation has supported their COVID-19 response.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
Patricia McGaffigan, vice president of safety programs at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, discusses the driving forces behind the new National Safety Action Plan developed by IHI, ACHE and 25 other industry-leading organizations to help healthcare providers move toward zero-harm.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
Rural and community hospitals have been facing challenges from financial and market forces for many years. Jim Kendrick, FACHE, CEO of Community Hospital Corporation, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their priorities and opportunities now and into the future.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
In this timely episode, executive recruiter Donna Padilla, Managing Partner and leader of WittKieffer's healthcare practice, discusses trends in the healthcare management workforce and gives advice for both candidates and employers considering engaging an executive search firm.Bởi American College of Healthcare Executives
 
John Boyd, PsyD, FACHE, CEO of Mental Health and Addiction Care at Sutter Health, joins host Chris Coraggio to talk about opportunities in integrated behavioral health treatment and outreach, as well as the vast impacts that COVID-19 and racial injustice have on furthering patient and community care.…
 
Denise Brooks-Williams, FACHE, is senior vice president/CEO of Henry Ford Health System’s North Market and was recently appointed to the Michigan Coronavirus Task Force on Racial Disparities. She joins host Chris Coraggio to talk about the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on minority communities as well as how to prepare for a possible second wa…
 
On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Andrea Lowe, PA-C, director of employee strategy for the American Academy of Physician Assistants, and host Chris Coraggio discuss the evolving role of physician assistants and other advanced practice providers in healthcare leadership. Ms. Lowe shares her vision for how APPs can help meet con…
 
Warner Thomas, FACHE, CEO of Ochsner Health, is managing the COVID-19 response for the system’s 41 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals and specialty hospitals and more than 100 health centers and urgent care centers. He joins host Chris Coraggio to discuss the impact of the epidemic on operations, staff, patients and the community.…
 
Georges C. Benjamin, MD, executive director of the American Public Health Association, joins us to discuss the healthcare field’s most prevalent leadership concerns about COVID–19. Host Chris Coraggio speaks with Benjamin about what healthcare leaders can do to help patients navigate the pandemic, and the skills executives need to lead through a cr…
 
On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with M. Michael Shabot, MD, founding partner, Relia Healthcare Advisors, to discuss attaining high reliability in healthcare. A former general trauma surgeon and surgical intensivist, Shabot explains his quest to make zero harm the goal in healthcare, mirroring the ind…
 
On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio talks leadership with ACHE faculty Carson Dye, FACHE. He is the president and CEO of Exceptional Leadership and a former executive leader in four hospitals and health systems, Dye discusses the importance of being self-aware in leadership, the benefits of executive coaching, the…
 
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