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We are excited to be presenting at, sponsoring, and/or attending the following industry events:

ASHHRA20- From Competition to Collaboration

Aug. 25th 11:00-11:50AM

WEBINAR- COVID-19 Pulse Check

Aug. 27th 12:00-1:15PM

WEBINAR- Conversation with Ron Copeland, MD

Sept. 15th 11:30-12:30PM 

ASHHRA20 CONFERENCE PRESENTATION:
From Competition to Collaboration: Building Cross-Sector Partnerships to Drive Value and Transform Health

Tuesday, August 25th, 2020
11:00-11:50 am EST

Problems facing health care are too complex for any one sector to solve independently. As such, health care organizations across the ecosystem are realizing the impact of cross-sector partnerships and starting to develop those collaborations. These efforts are focused on building the organizational alignment and capabilities to work across organizations. However, building these solutions creates unique leadership challenges, as different health care sectors also hold varying interests and perspectives. Leaders will need to master these challenges to effectively sustain these cross-sector efforts as health care moves toward improved population health. This session addresses the importance of cross-sector collaboration in health care across the payer, provider, and pharmaceutical industries. The panel of health leaders will discuss how they have moved through challenges to create collaborative solutions by partnering with leaders from outside of their sector. Explore how the different sectors have the potential to deliver higher quality value by working as an “ecosystem.”


About the Presenters -

Annotation 2020-07-31 110850With a background combining her executive experiences in the health industry, two decades of coaching and consulting, and innovative research on executive and physician leadership effectiveness, Tracy Duberman, PhD, founded The Leadership Development (TLD) Group, Inc., and serves as its CEO. TLD Group works with leaders to align talent in order to execute strategy and improve performance through educational workshops, tailored on-site leadership development programs, and personalized, individual coaching for physician and health industry leaders.

Bob Sachs works with organizations to enhance and integrate critical leadership talent strategies and systems, on learning strategy and governance and he provides coaching to executives. He was Vice President of National Learning and Development at Kaiser Permanente until December 2015. His responsibilities at KP included succession management, leadership development and supporting the overall learning agenda of the organization. At Kaiser Permanente (KP) Bob designed and consulted with executives on executive development, leadership development, high potential identification and development and he developed and supported the succession management processes for the organization. He also led the team that provided learning services, including the enterprise learning management system, and designed learning solutions for KP’s enterprise National Functions.

Lorie Shoemaker joined CHI St. Luke’s Health as the Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer for the Texas Division in September, 2015. Dr. Shoemaker’s responsibilities include oversight for the quality of nursing care and nursing practice across the acute and post-acute care continuum. Prior to joining CHI St. Luke’s Health, Dr. Shoemaker served in a variety of leadership roles over a 29 year career at Palomar Health in San Diego, California, including the System Chief Nurse Executive from 2004 -2014. In this role, Dr. Shoemaker provided oversight for nursing care across the system that included three acute care hospitals, two skilled nursing facilities, as well as ambulatory and home health agencies. 

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WEBINAR:
COVID-19 Pulse Check- Where Things Stand Now

Thursday, August 27th, 2020
12:00-1:15 pm EST

We invite you to join us Thursday, August 27th at 12:00 pm ET, for our next webinar in the Key Learnings from Covid-19 series featuring TLD Group Advisor and Senior Consultant Dr. Kent Bottles who will present: Covid-19 Pulse Check- Where Things Stand Now. Since Dr. Bottles’ first webinar in our COVID-19 series in April on Lessons Gleaned to Inspire Healthcare Transformations, we have learned so much about the pandemic, how to combat it, and its widespread impact on life as we know it. In this highly interactive webinar, Dr. Bottles will review the current status of Covid-19 including: The state of the US and global responses to the pandemic, vaccine development and distribution, testing and contact tracing, economic shutdown and other mitigation procedures, safety of children in public and private schools, progress in understanding the biology of the virus, and epidemiology.


About the Presenters -

KentDeveloping strategies and tactics to successfully engage physicians in quality, leadership, payment reform, and change management has been the focus of Dr. Bottles' work for over 35 years. He has extensive expertise in federal, state, and local healthcare delivery system reform. Dr. Bottles currently teaches health care policy and payment reform to graduate students pursuing their Master of Science in Health Policy, Applied Health Economics and Outcomes Research, Public Health, and Healthcare Quality and Safety at The Thomas Jefferson School of Population Health in Philadelphia. Dr. Bottles delivers 50 keynotes a year on topics ranging from: Digital Medicine, The Science of Positive Psychology, Social Media, Change Management, Leadership for Chaotic Times, Big Data vs. Tiny Data, The Doctor/Patient Relationship for the 21st Century, and Activation and Engagement of the e-Patient.

Dr. Bottles currently serves as a TLD Group Advisory Board member and has held a number of physician executive positions over the course of his career, including Tenured Professor at the University of Iowa and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Assistant Dean for Grand Rapids at MSU, Chief Medical Officer of the Iowa Health Science, President and CEO of the Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement in Minneapolis, President and CEO of the Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research Center in Michigan, Chief Knowledge Officer and President of the Genomics Repository for a bio-tech startup, and Chief Medical Officer for a medical communications startup.

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WEBINAR:
Live Conversation with Ron Copeland, MD, Chief ED&I Officer, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals

Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
11:30-12:30 pm EST

Join us on Tuesday, September 15th at 11:30 am ET for a live conversation with Ron Copeland, MD, FACS, Senior Vice President of National Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Policy and Chief Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Officer, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals. The session, facilitated by TLD Group Advisory Board Chair, Bob Sachs, PhD, and TLD Group Founder and President, Tracy Duberman, PhD, will explore KP’s views on the impact of racial disparities and social determinants on health, the organization's long term commitment to access to care for all and to ED&I. Dr. Copeland will provide concrete examples of how these views impact care and investments at KP. We will also explore how KP's commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity impacts the recruitment, selection, and development of its leaders. Dr. Copeland, a board-certified general surgeon, joined Kaiser Permanente (KP) in 1988 after a six-year honorable tour of duty in the United States Air Force Medical Corps. Ron was the Executive Medical Director of the Permanente Medical Group in Ohio for many years prior to taking his current position.


About the Presenters -

RCDr. Ronald L. Copeland is senior Vice President of National Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Policy and Chief Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity officer for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals. A board-certified general surgeon, he joined Kaiser Permanente in 1988 after a six-year honorable tour of duty in the United States Air Force Medical Corps. Prior to his current role, he served as president and executive medical director of the Ohio Permanente Medical Group.

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