Sustaining Engagement, Leadership and Culture in Times of Crisis and Change
September 21st – 22nd, 2020
The AMA Atlanta Executive Conference Center
1170 Peachtree Street N.E. | Atlanta, GA 30309
Human Resource departments in Healthcare are facing a situation unlike any they have before. The COVID outbreak has highlighted any number of problems, from how healthcare organizations operate from a business perspective to how understaffed many are in facing this crisis.
Amid a pandemic, the industry faces perhaps its biggest challenge yet. Busy hospitals in places where COVID-19 has hit the community hard are coping with difficult circumstances. The pandemic has caused the cancellation of voluntary and non-emergency procedures, an important revenue generator for hospitals who now need money for everything from PPE to increased staff hours.
This has left leaders with difficult decisions and HR departments trying to keep the workforce engaged and able to fight burnout. As leaders do everything in their power to beat COVID-19 and ensure their hospitals survive the crisis, they must urgently safeguard employees’ needs and facilitate their success. This crisis calls for worldclass people leadership.
According to Gallup, only 54% of healthcare employees feel well prepared to do their job, and even fewer (37%) feel very confident they’ll be able to successfully do their job if the outbreak continues. There has never been a more critical time to support the brave individuals who risk their lives each day to care for and help others.
The 10th Annual People in Healthcare Summit will be equipping HR leaders with strategies and materials to ensure efficient and effective crisis management so that they can sustain engagement and wellness, culture and performance, patient and employee experience, as well as position themselves as a strategic partner while upholding the critical value of talent management in the midst of a global pandemic.
Join an exclusive senior level faculty and group of HR practitioners within hospitals, clinics, and other patient care facilities to discuss best practices in talent acquisition, engagement and development. Network with a group of your peers and get insight on the latest technology and processes to thrive and survive the age of Coronavirus.
At the 10th Annual People in Healthcare Summit we will be discussing topics like:
- The Role of Diversity, Inclusion and cultural competence in effective care
- The benefits of continuous performance management
- Employee engagement and its impact on patient outcomes
- Fostering Innovation and Happiness
- Managing the Candidate Experience
- Executing a comprehensive retention strategy to minimize turnover
- Creating an organizational culture that supports change
- Developing and Engaging Nurses and Physicians
- Leveraging Talent Analytics to increase recruiting efficiency
- Effective contingent workforce management
Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Ronald Copeland, Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Kaiser Permanente
- Liberty Stansberry, Vice President Human Capital, OptumCare
- Christopher Rott, Chief Human Resources Officer, Citadel Care Centers
- Scott Dimmick, Chief Human Resources Officer, Lakeland Regional Health
- Shannon Levesque, Vice President Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning, Boston Children’s Hospital
- Shawnee Irmen, Vice President Talent Acquisition, Signature HealthCARE
- Carole Hackett, Chief Human Resources Officer, Houston Methodist
- Thomas Vernon, Vice President Talent and Experience, Houston Methodist
- Candace Smith, Chief Nursing Officer, Manatee Memorial Hospital
- Cathy Knorzer, Chief Nursing Officer, University Hospitals
- Jason Pistulka, Assistant Vice President Talent Acquisition, HCA Healthcare
- Daniel Gandarilla, Chief Learning Officer, Texas Health Resources
Network with Attendees and Speakers with responsibilities as:
- Chief Medical Officers
- Chief Nursing Officers
- CHROs and VPs of HR
- VPs and Directors of Talent Acquisition and Recruitment
- Heads of Learning, OD and Talent Management and Diversity