Webinar Replay: Empowered Leadership Can Transform Care for Vulnerable Populations
This webinar was held on April 19, 0216.
New challenges require new kinds of teams with new competencies motivated by new leadership skills.
The emerging transformation of healthcare delivery for safety net populations is forcing clinical and administrative leaders into unfamiliar territory. Successful leadership requires an enhanced set of skills, combining the traditional emphasis on clinical proficiency with the kind of non-traditional leadership qualities necessary to engage teams, impact delivery system transformation, and respond to community, social, and clinical needs.
During this webinar, experts from Rush University Medical Center and Health Management Associates will outline strategies for developing a deep bench of collaborative leaders and empowered providers – the kind necessary to prepare your organization for the challenges of a changing healthcare environment.
- Understand how the emerging transformation of the healthcare delivery system is driving the demand for leadership and team development skills.
- Utilize a framework for guiding the assessment of leadership capacity for transforming care across your organization.
- Identify best practices and skillsets of the most effective leadership teams.
- Understand the importance of engaged leaders in the transformation process.
Terry Conway, MD, Managing Principal, HMA
Nancy Jaeckels Kamp, Managing Principal, HMA
Anthony J. Perry, MD, VP, Population Health and Ambulatory Services, Rush University Medical Center
Who Should Attend
Clinical and administrative leads at healthcare organizations, including physicians, providers, social workers, practice managers, nurses, and care managers.