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Healthcare Executive Podcast

English, Health / Medicine, 1 season, 167 episodes, 1 day, 4 hours, 12 minutes
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Where the most meaningful discussions for healthcare executives happen
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Enhancing Efficiency and Quality in Healthcare

In this podcast episode, Jeff Surges, CEO of healthcare technology company RLDatix, leverages his decades of experience managing health technology companies to share insights for enhancing efficiency and quality in healthcare with other executives dedicated to safer care.
5/15/20240
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A Conversation With William P. Santulli, FACHE, ACHE's 2024–2025 Chair

3/12/20240
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Innovation in a Tumultuous World

Learn more about how your organization can have an ongoing innovative culture from producer and filmmaker Mick Ebeling, founder/CEO, Not Impossible Labs.
2/16/20240
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Maximizing Your Leadership Success

Carla Harris, senior client advisor, Morgan Stanley, shares how healthcare leaders can show agility and authenticity as they adapt to changes in the world of work.
2/9/20240
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Healthcare Quality and AI

How can healthcare providers balance the benefits of artificial intelligence while ensuring quality care? Richard G. Greenhill, DHA, FACHE, CPHQ, program director/assistant professor, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, discusses challenges that AI can cause in an organization dedicated to quality, and how can healthcare leaders overcome them.
2/1/20240
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Leadership, Culture and the New Principles of Influence

How does the emotion of regret inform how you lead? Daniel H. Pink, expert on innovation, competition and the changing world of work/New York Times bestselling author, explores new ways to lead and use regret to help organizations thrive.
1/26/20240
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The Caring in Healthcare: Challenges and Opportunities

In this podcast episode, join Abraham Verghese, MD, as he shares insights into his early career journey and the evolution of healthcare. He will describe the crucial role of empathy in healthcare leadership and share how leaders can cultivate it within themselves and their teams.
1/15/20240
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Executive Engagement and the Importance of Communication in Healthcare Leadership

How do you improve as a healthcare leader and why is executive engagement and effective communication so important? David Schreiner, PhD, FACHE, president/CEO, Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital, discusses executive engagement and the importance of communication in healthcare leadership.
1/12/202419 minutes, 1 second
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Executive Engagement and the Importance of Communication in Healthcare Leadership

How do you improve as a healthcare leader and why is executive engagement and effective communication so important? Dr. David Schreiner discusses executive engagement and the importance of communication in healthcare leadership.
1/9/20240
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What It Will Take to Transform Healthcare

Cheryl Pegus, MD, managing director, Morgan Health Ventures, and Marc Harrison, MD, co-founder/CEO, Health Assurance Transformation Corporation, share how hospitals and health systems can embrace creativity and innovation to transform healthcare.
1/8/202426 minutes, 50 seconds
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What It Will Take to Transform Healthcare

Cheryl Pegus, MD, managing director, Morgan Health Ventures, and Marc Harrison, MD, co-founder/CEO, Health Assurance Transformation Corporation, share how hospitals and health systems can embrace creativity and innovation to transform healthcare.
1/3/20240
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IT Workplace Modernization and Better Outcomes

What does workplace modernization mean for hospitals and clinicians? Scott Gaydos, Vice President of Product, Optum, shares how automation can make an impact on healthcare outcomes and experiences.
12/6/20230
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IT Workplace Modernization and Better Outcomes

What does workplace modernization mean for hospitals and clinicians? Scott Gaydos, Vice President of Product, Optum, shares how automation can make an impact on healthcare outcomes and experiences.
12/5/202322 minutes
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How AI Can Help Transform Hospital Operations

Artificial intelligence can have an impact on patient access, the workforce and financial resources of a hospital. Sanjeev Agrawal, president/COO of LeanTaaS, will share the risks and challenges of implementing AI, as well as success stories from healthcare organizations.
11/20/202325 minutes, 19 seconds
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How AI Can Help Transform Hospital Operations

Artificial intelligence can have an impact on patient access, the workforce and financial resources of a hospital. Sanjeev Agrawal, president/COO of LeanTaaS, will share the risks and challenges of implementing AI, as well as success stories from healthcare organizations.
11/20/20230
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The Future of Patient Care and the Economic Value of Robotic-Assisted Surgery

There is a fundamental change in providing minimally invasive care to patients. Learn more about the value of robotic technology from Gary S. Guthart, PhD, CEO and member of the board of directors of Intuitive.
10/9/20230
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The Future of Patient Care and the Economic Value of Robotic-Assisted Surgery

There is a fundamental change in providing minimally invasive care to patients. Learn more about the value of robotic technology from Gary S. Guthart, PhD, CEO and member of the board of directors of Intuitive.
10/9/202314 minutes, 31 seconds
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How AI/Automation Can Address Workforce Challenges

How can automation support the work of employees at healthcare organizations? Learn more about the future of automation from James E. Davis, chairman, CEO and president of Quest Diagnostics.
9/13/20230
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How AI/Automation Can Address Workforce Challenges

How can automation support the work of employees at healthcare organizations? Learn more about the future of automation from James E. Davis, chairman, CEO and president of Quest Diagnostics.
9/13/202315 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Foundations of Trust

Learn more about trust in leadership and the research behind workforce engagement trends from Katherine Meese, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Health Services Administration, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Quint Studer, co-founder, Healthcare Plus Solutions Group.
8/25/202322 minutes, 5 seconds
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The Foundations of Trust

Learn more about trust in leadership and the research behind workforce engagement trends from Katherine Meese, PhD, assistant professor, Department of Health Services Administration, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Quint Studer, co-founder, Healthcare Plus Solutions Group.
8/25/20230
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Creating a Best-in-Class Workplace Culture

Sarah Condella, executive vice president of human resources at Exact Sciences, shares what creating a best-in-class workplace culture means for the customer experience and an engaged workforce.
7/12/20230
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Creating a Best-in-Class Workplace Culture

Sarah Condella, executive vice president of human resources at Exact Sciences, shares what creating a best-in-class workplace culture means for the customer experience and an engaged workforce.
7/12/202312 minutes, 34 seconds
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Leadership for Cost-Saving, Climate-Smart and Quality Healthcare

Attila Hertelendy, PhD, associate professor, Florida International University/adjunct associate professor, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, shares how healthcare executives can deliver resilient and sustainable healthcare to their communities.
6/27/20230
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Leadership for Cost-Saving, Climate-Smart and Quality Healthcare

Attila Hertelendy, PhD, associate professor, Florida International University/adjunct associate professor, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, shares how healthcare executives can deliver resilient and sustainable healthcare to their communities.
6/27/202328 minutes, 7 seconds
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A Conversation With Delvecchio S. Finley, FACHE, ACHE’s 2023–2024 Chair

Hear Delvecchio S. Finley, FACHE, president, Atrium Health Navicent, Macon, Ga., and ACHE’s Chair, share his career journey, give advice for emerging healthcare leaders and offer the issues he is committed to addressing during his term as Chair.
6/7/20230
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A Conversation With Delvecchio S. Finley, FACHE, ACHE’s 2023–2024 Chair

Hear Delvecchio S. Finley, FACHE, president, Atrium Health Navicent, Macon, Ga., and ACHE’s Chair, share his career journey, give advice for emerging healthcare leaders and offer the issues he is committed to addressing during his term as Chair.
6/6/202328 minutes, 24 seconds
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Leading With Your Upper Brain

How does upper-brain and lower-brain thinking affect your team’s performance outcomes? Learn more from Michael Frisina, PhD, who used neuroscience research in his new book, Leading with Your Upper Brain: How to Create the Behaviors That Unlock Performance Excellence.
4/4/20230
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Leading With Your Upper Brain

How does upper-brain and lower-brain thinking affect your team’s performance outcomes? Learn more from Michael Frisina, PhD, who used neuroscience research in his new book, Leading with Your Upper Brain: How to Create the Behaviors That Unlock Performance Excellence.
4/4/202322 minutes, 44 seconds
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Preparing Diverse Healthcare Leaders

Learn about the Thomas C. Dolan Executive Diversity Program from 2022 scholars Sanjit Sodhi, COO at Kaiser Permanente in Vacaville, California, and Dorian Williams, assistant vice president of operations at West Virginia University Medicine in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Sanjit and Dorian share their experiences in the program and offer advice for potential applicants.
3/10/20230
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Preparing Diverse Healthcare Leaders

Learn about the Thomas C. Dolan Executive Diversity Program from 2022 scholars Sanjit Sodhi, COO at Kaiser Permanente in Vacaville, California, and Dorian Williams, assistant vice president of operations at West Virginia University Medicine in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Sanjit and Dorian share their experiences in the program and offer advice for potential applicants.
3/9/202324 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Ripple Effect of Authentic Leadership

How can healthcare leaders create a ripple effect of authentic leadership to create healthy, happy and successful organizations? Find out from Ben Nemtin, co-founder of The Buried Life, who shares ways his message of “radical possibility” can help leaders better support their organization’s workforce. Ben will dive into this in detail during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/24/202329 minutes, 50 seconds
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The Ripple Effect of Authentic Leadership

How can healthcare leaders create a ripple effect of authentic leadership to create healthy, happy and successful organizations? Find out from Ben Nemtin, co-founder of The Buried Life, who shares ways his message of “radical possibility” can help leaders better support their organization’s workforce. Ben will dive into this in detail during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/24/20230
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Scenes from the Future of Healthcare

What might healthcare look like in the next 10 to 20 years? And how does a healthcare leader balance immediate priorities with planning for the future? Find out with Amy Webb, founder and CEO of the Future Today Institute, who will discuss these areas and more during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/22/20230
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Scenes from the Future of Healthcare

What might healthcare look like in the next 10 to 20 years? And how does a healthcare leader balance immediate priorities with planning for the future? Find out with Amy Webb, founder and CEO of the Future Today Institute, who will discuss these areas and more during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/21/202326 minutes
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Driving ‘Positive Disruption’ in Healthcare

Hear Vin Gupta, MD, senior principal scientist and chief medical officer, New Health Initiatives at Amazon, discuss how revolutionary digital health tools are shaping healthcare delivery and fundamentally driving increased consumerism in individual and collective healthcare decisions. Dr. Gupta will cover this topic in detail during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/17/20230
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Driving ‘Positive Disruption’ in Healthcare

Hear Vin Gupta, MD, senior principal scientist and chief medical officer, New Health Initiatives at Amazon, discuss how revolutionary digital health tools are shaping healthcare delivery and fundamentally driving increased consumerism in individual and collective healthcare decisions. Dr. Gupta will cover this topic in detail during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/17/202319 minutes, 20 seconds
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Expanding Opportunities for Healthcare CEOs

What will CEOs of healthcare organizations need to be successful leaders going forward? Find out from Steve Klasko, MD, executive in residence at General Catalyst, who delves into this and more—including the relationship between music and healthcare. Dr. Klasko will co-present a session about the evolving roles of healthcare CEOs during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/14/20230
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Expanding Opportunities for Healthcare CEOs

What will CEOs of healthcare organizations need to be successful leaders going forward? Find out from Steve Klasko, MD, executive in residence at General Catalyst, who delves into this and more—including the relationship between music and healthcare. Dr. Klasko will co-present a session about the evolving roles of healthcare CEOs during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
2/14/202325 minutes, 41 seconds
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Gun Violence is a Public Health Emergency

Learn about how healthcare leaders can make gun violence prevention a priority in their organizations from Chethan Sathya, MD, a pediatric general and thoracic surgeon, and director of Northwell Health Gun Violence Prevention Center. Dr. Sathya will talk extensively about this topic during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
1/27/20230
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Gun Violence is a Public Health Emergency

Learn about how healthcare leaders can make gun violence prevention a priority in their organizations from Chethan Sathya, MD, a pediatric general and thoracic surgeon, and director of Northwell Health Gun Violence Prevention Center. Dr. Sathya will talk extensively about this topic during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
1/27/202317 minutes, 4 seconds
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Making Impactful Decisions in Healthcare

Joanne M. Conroy, MD, president/CEO, Dartmouth Health, offers advice to help healthcare leaders guide their organizations through the unprecedented challenges the field has seen the past few years. Dr. Conroy will cover this topic in detail during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
1/9/202314 minutes, 45 seconds
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Making Impactful Decisions in Healthcare

Joanne M. Conroy, MD, president/CEO, Dartmouth Health, offers advice to help healthcare leaders guide their organizations through the unprecedented challenges the field has seen the past few years. Dr. Conroy will cover this topic in detail during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
1/9/20230
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Shaping the Future of Nursing

Hear about how organizations can consistently replenish their workforce and create a care delivery model that benefits both patients and nurses with Katie Boston-Leary, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, director of Nursing Programs at the American Nurses Association and director of ANA’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation program. Katie will discuss this in-depth during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
12/16/20220
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Shaping the Future of Nursing

Hear about how organizations can consistently replenish their workforce and create a care delivery model that benefits both patients and nurses with Katie Boston-Leary, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, director of Nursing Programs at the American Nurses Association and director of ANA’s Healthy Nurse, Healthy Nation program. Katie will discuss this in-depth during ACHE’s 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 20-23 in Chicago.
12/16/202215 minutes, 50 seconds
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Leadership for Intense Times

Why are agility and responsiveness more important attributes than ever for today’s healthcare leaders? Find out with Jill Case-Wirth, RN, senior vice president/chief nurse executive, WellStar Health System, as she discusses this and more, including strategies for developing workforce pipelines—particularly in nursing.
12/9/20220
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Leadership for Intense Times

Why are agility and responsiveness more important attributes than ever for today’s healthcare leaders? Find out with Jill Case-Wirth, RN, senior vice president/chief nurse executive, WellStar Health System, as she discusses this and more, including strategies for developing workforce pipelines—particularly in nursing.
12/9/202223 minutes, 14 seconds
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Preparing for ACHE’s Board of Governors Exam

Hear from Dawn Zell-Wright, JD, FACHE, system vice president of H-R Operations of CHRISTUS Health and a virtual ACHE Board of Governors faculty member, as she talks about the value of the FACHE credential and offers tips for taking the Board of Governors Exam.
11/21/202214 minutes, 1 second
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Preparing for ACHE’s Board of Governors Exam

Hear from Dawn Zell-Wright, JD, FACHE, system vice president of H-R Operations of CHRISTUS Health and a virtual ACHE Board of Governors faculty member, as she talks about the value of the FACHE credential and offers tips for taking the Board of Governors Exam.
11/21/20220
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Healthcare for the Aging Population

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.
11/10/20220
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Healthcare for the Aging Population

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.
11/10/202225 minutes, 10 seconds
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Leading the Next Generation

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.
10/26/20220
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Leading the Next Generation

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.
10/25/202217 minutes, 11 seconds
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Diversity in Leadership

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.
10/13/20220
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Diversity in Leadership

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.
10/13/202216 minutes, 44 seconds
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Leading with Curiosity

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 Leadership Symposium, Oct. 10-11.
9/28/20220
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Leading with Curiosity

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 Leadership Symposium, Oct. 10-11.
9/28/202229 minutes, 27 seconds
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Transforming the Workplace

Hear about the future of work and how healthcare leaders can create a more human workplace from Melissa Swift, U.S. transformation leader at Mercer. Melissa also will cover this topic in-depth during ACHE’s fall Virtual Leadership Symposium, Oct. 10-11.
9/16/20220
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Transforming the Workplace

Hear about the future of work and how healthcare leaders can create a more human workplace from Melissa Swift, U.S. transformation leader at Mercer. Melissa also will cover this topic in-depth during ACHE’s fall Virtual Leadership Symposium, Oct. 10-11.
9/15/202213 minutes, 53 seconds
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Where AI is Working in Healthcare Today

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.
9/8/20220
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Where AI is Working in Healthcare Today

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.
9/7/202232 minutes, 28 seconds
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Revitalizing Your Quality Improvement Strategies

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.
7/28/20220
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Revitalizing Your Quality Improvement Strategies

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.
7/27/202212 minutes, 35 seconds
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Taking a Seat (on a Board) to Advance Your Career

Board experience can add greatly to a healthcare executive’s career journey. Jena Abernathy, Sector Lead, Healthcare Board Services for Korn Ferry, talks about how to get started and the best way to secure your seat at the table.
6/15/20220
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Taking a Seat (on a Board) to Advance Your Career

Board experience can add greatly to a healthcare executive’s career journey. Jena Abernathy, Sector Lead, Healthcare Board Services for Korn Ferry, talks about how to get started and the best way to secure your seat at the table.
6/15/202218 minutes, 2 seconds
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The Data of Discrimination: Addressing Healthcare Inequities

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. Dr. Williams is a featured faculty member at the upcoming Virtual Leadership Symposium, April 11-12. Learn more at ache.org/vls.
4/2/20220
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The Data of Discrimination: Addressing Healthcare Inequities

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. Dr. Williams is a featured faculty member at the upcoming Virtual Leadership Symposium, April 11-12. Learn more at ache.org/vls.
4/2/202214 minutes
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From the C-Suite: An Executive’s Role in Health Equity

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 walls.
3/24/20220
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From the C-Suite: An Executive’s Role in Health Equity

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 walls.
3/24/202216 minutes, 26 seconds
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Leading for Safety: A President’s Perspective

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.
3/17/20220
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Leading for Safety: A President’s Perspective

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.
3/17/202211 minutes, 36 seconds
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Cybersecurity: Staying Ahead of the Curve

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 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership. Register today at ache.org/Congress.
2/12/20220
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Cybersecurity: Staying Ahead of the Curve

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 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership. Register today at ache.org/Congress.
2/11/202224 minutes, 38 seconds
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The Future of the U.S. Healthcare System

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 today at ache.org/congress.
1/22/20220
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The Future of the U.S. Healthcare System

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 today at ache.org/congress.
1/21/202217 minutes, 28 seconds
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Reigniting Employee Engagement

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.
12/23/20210
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Reigniting Employee Engagement

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.
12/22/202122 minutes, 49 seconds
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Leadership and A Quantum Life

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 Life: My Unlikely Journey From the Street to the Stars.
12/11/20210
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Leadership and A Quantum Life

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 Life: My Unlikely Journey From the Street to the Stars.
12/10/202122 minutes, 15 seconds
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Enhanced Physician Engagement

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.
11/18/20210
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Enhanced Physician Engagement

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.
11/18/202115 minutes, 22 seconds
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The New Challenges of Early-Career Healthcare 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. They will also lead a one-day session by the same title as part of the Chicago Cluster, in person at the Hyatt Regency Chicago Dec. 13-14, 2021.
11/5/20210
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The New Challenges of Early-Career Healthcare 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. They will also lead a one-day session by the same title as part of the Chicago Cluster, in person at the Hyatt Regency Chicago Dec. 13-14, 2021.
11/5/202116 minutes, 31 seconds
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Health Equity: Where Do We Go From Here?

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.
10/20/20210
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Health Equity: Where Do We Go From Here?

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.
10/20/202119 minutes, 51 seconds
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Meeting the "Twindemic" Challenge with Strategic Leadership

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 healthcare leaders aspiring to the C-Suite.
9/17/20210
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Meeting the "Twindemic" Challenge with Strategic Leadership

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 healthcare leaders aspiring to the C-Suite.
9/17/202116 minutes, 31 seconds
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Effective Experiential Learning: Health System Simulation

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 the driver’s seat.
9/11/20210
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Effective Experiential Learning: Health System Simulation

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 the driver’s seat.
9/10/202113 minutes, 55 seconds
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Insights From the C-suite: Workplace Changes and Challenges

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 and what they look for in leadership candidates.
7/28/20210
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Insights From the C-suite: Workplace Changes and Challenges

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 and what they look for in leadership candidates.
7/28/202124 minutes, 45 seconds
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Driving Culture from the Top

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 the successful future of ACHE.
6/23/20210
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Driving Culture from the Top

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 the successful future of ACHE.
6/23/202124 minutes, 13 seconds
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Addressing Institutional Racism in Healthcare Organizations

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 this crucial movement. Visit healthcareexecutive.org to read their column of the same name from the May/June 2021 issue of the magazine.
6/2/20210
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Addressing Institutional Racism in Healthcare Organizations

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 this crucial movement. Visit healthcareexecutive.org to read their column of the same name from the May/June 2021 issue of the magazine.
6/2/202128 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Importance of Triad Leadership

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 organizations. Join us for this candid discussion of the unique value and perspective that nurse leaders bring to the C-Suite.
5/12/20210
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The Importance of Triad Leadership

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 organizations. Join us for this candid discussion of the unique value and perspective that nurse leaders bring to the C-Suite.
5/12/202123 minutes, 8 seconds
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Healthcare’s 3Rs: Relief, Recovery and Rebuilding

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 Healthcare Leadership.
3/10/20210
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Healthcare’s 3Rs: Relief, Recovery and Rebuilding

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 Healthcare Leadership.
3/9/202124 minutes, 9 seconds
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The Health of the Healthcare Economy

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 at the 2021 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 22-25.
2/16/20210
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The Health of the Healthcare Economy

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 at the 2021 Congress on Healthcare Leadership, March 22-25.
2/15/202124 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Healthcare Workforce of the Future

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 Leadership March 22-25.
1/28/20210
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The Healthcare Workforce of the Future

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 Leadership March 22-25.
1/28/202118 minutes, 57 seconds
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Why Innovation Matters

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 innovation in healthcare.
1/7/20210
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Why Innovation Matters

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 innovation in healthcare.
1/6/202122 minutes, 46 seconds
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2020 in Review: 5 Lessons for a Healthier Future

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.
12/23/20200
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2020 in Review: 5 Lessons for a Healthier Future

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.
12/22/202026 minutes, 4 seconds
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Leading for Equity

Eric L. Conley, Executive Vice President of Froedtert Health, shares details of the organization’s intentional diversity, equity and inclusion policies. He also discusses the impact on staff of caring for Jacob Blake, the Black man shot by police in Kenosha, Wis., and the surrounding civil unrest in their community.
11/25/20200
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Leading for Equity

Eric L. Conley, Executive Vice President of Froedtert Health, shares details of the organization’s intentional diversity, equity and inclusion policies. He also discusses the impact on staff of caring for Jacob Blake, the Black man shot by police in Kenosha, Wis., and the surrounding civil unrest in their community.
11/25/202023 minutes, 22 seconds
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COVID-19 and a Culture of Innovation

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.
11/6/20200
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COVID-19 and a Culture of Innovation

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.
11/6/202026 minutes, 57 seconds
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Re-Committing to Patient Safety in the COVID-19 Era

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.
10/14/20200
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Re-Committing to Patient Safety in the COVID-19 Era

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.
10/14/202026 minutes, 30 seconds
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Community Hospitals: Succeeding During COVID-19 and Beyond

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.
9/19/20200
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Community Hospitals: Succeeding During COVID-19 and Beyond

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.
9/18/202019 minutes, 5 seconds
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Healthcare Management Jobs in a Post-Pandemic Market

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.
8/20/20200
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Healthcare Management Jobs in a Post-Pandemic Market

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.
8/20/202021 minutes, 4 seconds
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Behavioral Health Treatment and Access in Turbulent Times

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.
7/31/20200
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Behavioral Health Treatment and Access in Turbulent Times

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.
7/30/202028 minutes, 17 seconds
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COVID-19 Recovery: The Imperative to Resolve Disparities

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 wave of coronavirus cases.
7/3/20200
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COVID-19 Recovery: The Imperative to Resolve Disparities

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 wave of coronavirus cases.
7/3/202026 minutes, 50 seconds
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The Assets of APPs in the Pandemic and Beyond

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 consumer demands during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond—and mitigate obstacles related to high-quality care delivery.
6/16/20200
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The Assets of APPs in the Pandemic and Beyond

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 consumer demands during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond—and mitigate obstacles related to high-quality care delivery.
6/15/202019 minutes, 9 seconds
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Lessons From the Front-Lines of COVID-19

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.
4/22/20200
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Lessons From the Front-Lines of COVID-19

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.
4/21/202031 minutes, 33 seconds
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Healthcare’s Digital Front Door

Banner Health overhauled its full-system website to help patients better find the information they need, when, where and how they want it. Host Chris Coraggio interviews Chris Pace, Banner’s Senior Director of Digital Marketing, on how this “digital front door” drives growth, loyalty and better care.
4/9/20200
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Healthcare’s Digital Front Door

Banner Health overhauled its full-system website to help patients better find the information they need, when, where and how they want it. Host Chris Coraggio interviews Chris Pace, Banner’s Senior Director of Digital Marketing, on how this “digital front door” drives growth, loyalty and better care.
4/9/202017 minutes, 47 seconds
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COVID–19: Applying Leadership in a Crisis

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 crisis. Don’t miss his advice on the importance of providing patients and staff with clear, truthful and transparent messaging.
3/20/20200
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COVID–19: Applying Leadership in a Crisis

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 crisis. Don’t miss his advice on the importance of providing patients and staff with clear, truthful and transparent messaging.
3/20/202017 minutes, 5 seconds
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Pressing the Accelerator on Gender Diversity in Healthcare Leadership

Gayle Capozzalo, FACHE, executive director of The Equity Collaborative at the Carol Emmott Foundation examines the imperative for the healthcare industry to create a fully inclusive leadership pipeline. Gayle shares her own inspiration and leadership journey with host Chris Coraggio, and discusses the evidence-based changes to policies and practices that can help bring about equity for women leaders.
2/19/20200
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Pressing the Accelerator on Gender Diversity in Healthcare Leadership

Gayle Capozzalo, FACHE, executive director of The Equity Collaborative at the Carol Emmott Foundation examines the imperative for the healthcare industry to create a fully inclusive leadership pipeline. Gayle shares her own inspiration and leadership journey with host Chris Coraggio, and discusses the evidence-based changes to policies and practices that can help bring about equity for women leaders.
2/19/202021 minutes, 50 seconds
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Transitions: Perspective From a Physician Leader and Veteran

Raul Zambrano, MD, FACHE, shares his unique perspective as both a physician executive and a military practitioner who has transitioned to civilian care. Join Dr. Zambrano and host Chris Coraggio for a discussion of the traits and training that help physicians and veterans excel as healthcare executives.
2/4/20200
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Transitions: Perspective From a Physician Leader and Veteran

Raul Zambrano, MD, FACHE, shares his unique perspective as both a physician executive and a military practitioner who has transitioned to civilian care. Join Dr. Zambrano and host Chris Coraggio for a discussion of the traits and training that help physicians and veterans excel as healthcare executives.
2/3/202020 minutes, 57 seconds
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Authenticity and Consistency in Creating Corporate Culture

Michael J. Fosina, FACHE, president of New York-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital, joins us to discuss the important role of authenticity and consistency in creating corporate culture. Host Chris Coraggio speaks with Fosina about his vision as incoming Chairman of ACHE, as well as the imperative for healthcare organizations to embed themselves in their communities.
1/22/20200
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Authenticity and Consistency in Creating Corporate Culture

Michael J. Fosina, FACHE, president of New York-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital, joins us to discuss the important role of authenticity and consistency in creating corporate culture. Host Chris Coraggio speaks with Fosina about his vision as incoming Chairman of ACHE, as well as the imperative for healthcare organizations to embed themselves in their communities.
1/21/202022 minutes, 1 second
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Catalyzing Healthcare Innovation

Visionary entrepreneur Indu Subaiya, MD, a leader in healthcare technology innovation, discusses with host Chris Coraggio the future of health data and how sharing ideas can foster progress. She also shares insights on how hospital and health system leaders can identify and influence innovation within their own organizations.
1/7/20200
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Catalyzing Healthcare Innovation

Visionary entrepreneur Indu Subaiya, MD, a leader in healthcare technology innovation, discusses with host Chris Coraggio the future of health data and how sharing ideas can foster progress. She also shares insights on how hospital and health system leaders can identify and influence innovation within their own organizations.
1/6/202029 minutes, 10 seconds
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Building Your Career Through Connections

In this episode, Natalie Bulger, FACHE, compliance officer for VA Healthcare, chats with Chris Coraggio about continuous improvement for both the organization and the individual. A Pittsburgh “40 Under 40” winner and long-time volunteer for ACHE chapters and committees, Natalie also offers advice for building skills and networks in the early stages of a healthcare management career.
12/20/20190
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Building Your Career Through Connections

In this episode, Natalie Bulger, FACHE, compliance officer for VA Healthcare, chats with Chris Coraggio about continuous improvement for both the organization and the individual. A Pittsburgh “40 Under 40” winner and long-time volunteer for ACHE chapters and committees, Natalie also offers advice for building skills and networks in the early stages of a healthcare management career.
12/20/201920 minutes, 8 seconds
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Zero Harm in Healthcare

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 industries of commercial aviation, nuclear power and the U.S. Navy. Shabot is an ACHE Member.
12/3/20190
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Zero Harm in Healthcare

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 industries of commercial aviation, nuclear power and the U.S. Navy. Shabot is an ACHE Member.
12/3/201915 minutes, 49 seconds
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Technology for the Sake of Humanity

Mick Ebeling, founder and CEO of Not Impossible Labs, will open Congress 2020 with the Parker B. Francis Distinguished Lecture. Mick’s unique approach involves bringing together talented, diverse teams to develop innovative solutions. In this episode, he joins host Chris Coraggio to discuss his mantra of “Commit, then figure it out” and how we as leaders can bring innovation and a disruptive mentality to healthcare.
11/15/20190
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Technology for the Sake of Humanity

Mick Ebeling, founder and CEO of Not Impossible Labs, will open Congress 2020 with the Parker B. Francis Distinguished Lecture. Mick’s unique approach involves bringing together talented, diverse teams to develop innovative solutions. In this episode, he joins host Chris Coraggio to discuss his mantra of “Commit, then figure it out” and how we as leaders can bring innovation and a disruptive mentality to healthcare.
11/14/201923 minutes, 25 seconds
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Navigating a Changing Landscape

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio is joined by 2019 ACHE Chairman Heather J. Rohan, FACHE, president of the HCA TriStar Division in Brentwood, Tenn. Heather reflects on how her clinical experience influences her leadership style and shares advice on navigating the twists and turns of a career pathway. A former nurse, Heather recognizes how connectivity impacts patient care. She utilizes ACHE’s resources and solutions in her daily work, including “Leading a Culture of Safety: A Blueprint for Success.”
10/31/20190
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Navigating a Changing Landscape

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio is joined by 2019 ACHE Chairman Heather J. Rohan, FACHE, president of the HCA TriStar Division in Brentwood, Tenn. Heather reflects on how her clinical experience influences her leadership style and shares advice on navigating the twists and turns of a career pathway. A former nurse, Heather recognizes how connectivity impacts patient care. She utilizes ACHE’s resources and solutions in her daily work, including “Leading a Culture of Safety: A Blueprint for Success.”
10/31/201917 minutes, 25 seconds
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The Self-Aware Leader

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 differences between physician leaders versus executive leaders, and recruitment and retention strategies.
10/4/20190
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The Self-Aware Leader

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 differences between physician leaders versus executive leaders, and recruitment and retention strategies.
10/3/201920 minutes, 43 seconds
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Leading in Times of Crisis

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Rulon Stacey, PhD, FACHE, managing director of Navigant’s Healthcare Strategy business unit to discuss leading through crisis. Speaking from experience, Stacey, a former CEO of Poudre Valley Hospital, Fort Collins, Colo.—the healthcare facility where college student Matthew Shepard was taken after being viciously attacked in a hate crime—recalls how he managed the high-profile crisis and what he learned about leading honorably.
9/11/20190
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Leading in Times of Crisis

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Rulon Stacey, PhD, FACHE, managing director of Navigant’s Healthcare Strategy business unit to discuss leading through crisis. Speaking from experience, Stacey, a former CEO of Poudre Valley Hospital, Fort Collins, Colo.—the healthcare facility where college student Matthew Shepard was taken after being viciously attacked in a hate crime—recalls how he managed the high-profile crisis and what he learned about leading honorably.
9/10/201920 minutes, 13 seconds
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Teaming Up to Innovate

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with ACHE faculty Kevin O’Connor, who discusses best practices to influence innovative thinking in healthcare. O’Connor, who is a noted educator, coaching professional and author of Fearless Facilitation: The Ultimate Guide to Engaging (and Involving) Your Audience, addresses the misconception that innovation must emanate from leadership. He highlights the important distinction between creativity and innovation, and explains how to get your team actively involved in the formation of new ideas and solutions.
8/20/20190
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Teaming Up to Innovate

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with ACHE faculty Kevin O’Connor, who discusses best practices to influence innovative thinking in healthcare. O’Connor, who is a noted educator, coaching professional and author of Fearless Facilitation: The Ultimate Guide to Engaging (and Involving) Your Audience, addresses the misconception that innovation must emanate from leadership. He highlights the important distinction between creativity and innovation, and explains how to get your team actively involved in the formation of new ideas and solutions.
8/20/201920 minutes, 19 seconds
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Improving Healthcare Through Engagement

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio explores engagement in healthcare with ACHE faculty Craig Deao, member of the senior executive team at the Studer Group. Based on his experiences helping healthcare leaders design their own journey to excellence, Deao discusses the difference between satisfaction and engagement. He also explores how to cultivate an engaged culture that is a better place to work, practice medicine and receive care.
7/31/20190
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Improving Healthcare Through Engagement

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio explores engagement in healthcare with ACHE faculty Craig Deao, member of the senior executive team at the Studer Group. Based on his experiences helping healthcare leaders design their own journey to excellence, Deao discusses the difference between satisfaction and engagement. He also explores how to cultivate an engaged culture that is a better place to work, practice medicine and receive care.
7/30/201918 minutes, 31 seconds
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The Softer Side of Leadership

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio explores agility and resiliency in healthcare leadership with Amer Kaissi, PhD, professor, healthcare administration, Trinity University, San Antonio, and the 2019 recipient of ACHE’s James A. Hamilton Award for his book "Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders." They discuss Amer's research, which revealed that the best leaders are not only ambitious, strong and accountable, but also humble, compassionate and kind.
7/10/20190
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The Softer Side of Leadership

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio explores agility and resiliency in healthcare leadership with Amer Kaissi, PhD, professor, healthcare administration, Trinity University, San Antonio, and the 2019 recipient of ACHE’s James A. Hamilton Award for his book "Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders." They discuss Amer's research, which revealed that the best leaders are not only ambitious, strong and accountable, but also humble, compassionate and kind.
7/9/201923 minutes, 16 seconds
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A New Generation of Healthcare Leaders

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Alan Keesee, FACHE, recipient of the 2019 Robert S. Hudgens Memorial Award for Young Healthcare Executive of the Year, talks to Chris Coraggio about his experience as the administrator on call at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas, the night the country experienced the largest mass shooting in U.S. history. Keesee, currently the CEO of Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee, Fla., also offers advice to young leaders on soliciting performance feedback regularly as they aspire to the C-suite.
6/19/20190
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A New Generation of Healthcare Leaders

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Alan Keesee, FACHE, recipient of the 2019 Robert S. Hudgens Memorial Award for Young Healthcare Executive of the Year, talks to Chris Coraggio about his experience as the administrator on call at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas, the night the country experienced the largest mass shooting in U.S. history. Keesee, currently the CEO of Capital Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee, Fla., also offers advice to young leaders on soliciting performance feedback regularly as they aspire to the C-suite.
6/18/201923 minutes, 22 seconds
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Award-Winning Strategies for Healthcare Leadership

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Charles D. “Chuck” Stokes, FACHE, Immediate Past Chairman of ACHE and president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, to discuss high reliability and good governance in healthcare management. Chuck, whose stellar leadership skills led to two Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Awards for the organization, shares the benefits of embracing the award criteria in daily operations to run an engaged and fiscally sound healthcare facility.
5/28/20190
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Award-Winning Strategies for Healthcare Leadership

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Charles D. “Chuck” Stokes, FACHE, Immediate Past Chairman of ACHE and president and CEO of Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston, to discuss high reliability and good governance in healthcare management. Chuck, whose stellar leadership skills led to two Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Awards for the organization, shares the benefits of embracing the award criteria in daily operations to run an engaged and fiscally sound healthcare facility.
5/28/201924 minutes, 55 seconds
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Improving the Patient Experience to Build Customer Loyalty

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Jake Poore, president of Integrated Loyalty Systems Inc., to discuss creating a blueprint for a world-class experience for patients and employees. Jake shares his expertise on elevating the patient experience in the age of social media, building a workforce committed to the brand promise, and the close link between patient and employee satisfaction.
5/6/20190
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Improving the Patient Experience to Build Customer Loyalty

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Jake Poore, president of Integrated Loyalty Systems Inc., to discuss creating a blueprint for a world-class experience for patients and employees. Jake shares his expertise on elevating the patient experience in the age of social media, building a workforce committed to the brand promise, and the close link between patient and employee satisfaction.
5/6/201917 minutes, 57 seconds
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Preparing for and Making Important Career Decisions – Anita Halvorsen, FACHE

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Anita Halvorsen, FACHE, ACHE’s vice president of professional development, to discuss important phases of a healthcare leader’s career journey, including the impact of attaining the Fellow credential and the role of peer networking. Anita shares insight into her own career path and talks about educational opportunities offered by ACHE, including the Congress on Healthcare Leadership and Choice, ACHE’s new series of customized seminars offered directly to organizations and delivered onsite.
4/9/20190
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Preparing for and Making Important Career Decisions – Anita Halvorsen, FACHE

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Anita Halvorsen, FACHE, ACHE’s vice president of professional development, to discuss important phases of a healthcare leader’s career journey, including the impact of attaining the Fellow credential and the role of peer networking. Anita shares insight into her own career path and talks about educational opportunities offered by ACHE, including the Congress on Healthcare Leadership and Choice, ACHE’s new series of customized seminars offered directly to organizations and delivered onsite.
4/9/201918 minutes, 15 seconds
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Purpose-Driven Networking with Derek Coburn

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Derek Coburn to discuss new paradigms and ways to optimize networking. Derek believes in a selfless and thoughtful way of networking that is oriented around sharing, service and being a resource to others. The tips he shares here would be great networking tools to consider for this year’s 2019 Congress on Healthcare Leadership on March 4-7 in Chicago.Derek Coburn: www.derekcoburn.comDon’t forget to get your tickets for Congress 2019, register here: congress.ache.org/registrationFull transcription: congress.ache.org/purpose-driven-networking-with-derek-coburn
2/20/20190
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Purpose-Driven Networking with Derek Coburn

On this episode of ACHE’s Healthcare Executive Podcast, Chris Coraggio sits down with Derek Coburn to discuss new paradigms and ways to optimize networking. Derek believes in a selfless and thoughtful way of networking that is oriented around sharing, service and being a resource to others. The tips he shares here would be great networking tools to consider for this year’s 2019 Congress on Healthcare Leadership on March 4-7 in Chicago. Derek Coburn: www.derekcoburn.com Don’t forget to get your tickets for Congress 2019, register here: congress.ache.org/registration Full transcription: congress.ache.org/purpose-driven-networking-with-derek-coburn
2/13/201919 minutes, 34 seconds
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Being Innovative in a Time of Rapid Change - Josh Linkner

On the inaugural episode of the Healthcare Executive Podcast Chris Coraggio sits down with Josh Linkner giving a preview of Josh’s Opening Session Lecture: Being Innovative in a Time of Rapid Change at ACHE’s 2019 Congress on March 4th about the mentality and tactics to inspire all team members to innovate in a time of accelerating change.Josh Linkner: https://joshlinkner.comJosh's Congress Opening Session Lecture: https://congress.ache.org/sessions/opening-sessionDon’t forget to get your tickets for Congress 2019, register here: https://congress.ache.org/registrationFull transcription here: https://congress.ache.org/being-innovative-in-a-time-of-rapid-change-josh-linkner
2/2/20190
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Being Innovative in a Time of Rapid Change - Josh Linkner

On the inaugural episode of the Healthcare Executive Podcast Chris Coraggio sits down with Josh Linkner giving a preview of Josh’s Opening Session Lecture: Being Innovative in a Time of Rapid Change at ACHE’s 2019 Congress on March 4th about the mentality and tactics to inspire all team members to innovate in a time of accelerating change. Josh Linkner: https://joshlinkner.com Josh's Congress Opening Session Lecture: https://congress.ache.org/sessions/opening-session Don’t forget to get your tickets for Congress 2019, register here: https://congress.ache.org/registration Full transcription here: https://congress.ache.org/being-innovative-in-a-time-of-rapid-change-josh-linkner
2/1/201917 minutes, 12 seconds