Spring Forward eSeries
April 29 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
All sessions will take place from 9-10:00 am PST. Recordings will be available for one month after the live session.
Individual Access = $249 | Organization Access = $749
April 29 – Telemedicine Post COVID-19, Hospital at Home and Technology Expansion – Daniel Kraft, MD
COVID-19 has served as a catalyst across healthcare innovation and delivery. The pandemic has accelerated the digitization and virtualization of healthcare from telemedicine to remote patient monitoring, with long term implications for more continuous, proactive, personalized, anytime, anywhere health and medicine, increasingly moving from the hospital to the home. In this activity, Dr. Kraft, will explore what’s emerging and coming next in prevention, diagnostics and therapy and its implications for hospital systems and providers.
June 3 – Diversity and Inclusion – Kim Blue
This activity will provide moderated Q & A with Kim Blue, MSOP, SHRM-CP. As an executive within the Zoom organization, Blue leads the company’s worldwide team of HR business partners. She has extensive experience in leading diversity and inclusion initiatives which have provided her the collective understanding that inclusion allows for all perspectives to have a place at the table that is not conditioned by agreement of being like-minded. With keen insights and a strategic perspective Kim Blue will share data on diversity and inclusion so providers will be aware of variations in care and employment based on biases which include race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or economic means. Kim will help identify biases and share ways to bring awareness to provide care customized to the needs of each patient.
June 17 – Supply Chain Excellence in the Post-Pandemic World – Mark Graban
It’s time for hospitals to put more focus and attention on supply chains and materials management. It might seem like a mundane topic, but supply chain excellence can co-exist with (and support) the clinical excellence and patient experience goals that all hospitals strive for. In this talk, supply chain expert Mark Graban, MSME, MBA, will share lessons and best practices from his experience with a world-class supply chain in the computer industry and also from leading health systems. He will explore proven ideas and methods that can help us all better prepare for the next pandemic (or the next unexpected or surprising event) that we’ll face.
July 15 – The Emotional Impact of Covid-19: Leading your Team Past COVID PTSD to an Emotionally Healthy Workplace – Nicole Lipkin
2020 highlighted our individual and collective strengths and weaknesses. We learned that our mental and physical capacity is great. We also learned that more than ever, we need workplace cultures and leadership that are supportive, agile and responsive to developing and strengthening the emotional wellbeing of its employees who care for our patients. In this activity, learn how to shift to leadership behaviors and practices that help increase organizational and individual resilience and emotional sustainability to move away from the collective post COVID PTSD experience to one of deeper capacity, connection and organizational strength.
August 19 – A Path Forward: Thriving in Rural Health Care after COVID-19 – Benjamin Anderson
Tying community engagement to diversity and health equity, Benjamin explores true stories of the amazing resiliency of rural communities amidst the formidable challenges of a pandemic. He will share the lessons learned through many interviews with rural health leaders and patients through the successful development of a post COVID-19 nationally-released toolkit and playbook called Re-Imagining Leadership: A Pathway for Rural Health to Thrive in a COVID-19 World that was created in partnership with the Farley Health Policy Center. His empathetic and informative message will inspire and empower health leaders across the United States to align their efforts into inclusive coordinated strategies, leading to healthier care staff, patients, and communities.