Trends Shaping a New Role for Hospitals and Health Systems
THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR HPMSNJ MEMBERS!
Speakers: Ryan S. Gish, Managing Director Kaufman, Hall & Associates, LLC
Jeffery A. Kraut, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Analytics, Northwell Health and Associate Dean, Strategy, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra /Northwell
Program Description: Economic, sociological, and technological forces are creating fertile ground for healthcare disruption. This presentation describes how unsustainable healthcare costs, changing consumer expectations, and a digital connectivity are leaving hospitals and health systems vulnerable to a new breed of competitors competing on access, experience, and price. The presentation describes the strategic imperatives for hospitals and health systems to maintain strength and relevance in this changing environment. Learning objectives: After this session, attendees will be able to: 1. Identify core macro issues affecting healthcare change 2. Describe the potential implications of these forces relative to broader industry transformation 3. Describe how traditional organizations can prepare.
Thursday, September 20th Registration begins at 8:00am with the program starting at 9:00am and running until 11:30am.
Location RWJBarnabas Health, Corporate Headquarters, 1st floor cafeteria, 95 Old Short Hills Road, West Orange NJ.
August 20, 2018 Education & Trenton Thunder Ball Game
Crisis Management for Healthcare Professionals: A reputation management primer in three parts
Crisis communication counselors from the Anne Klein Communications Group at the Trenton Thunder Arm and Hammer Park interactive crisis communications workshop.
Presenters: Christopher Lukach, APR, President, AKCG – Public Relations Counselors Michael Gross, APR, SVP & COO, AKCG – Public Relations Counselors
2017 Annual Meeting December 1, 2017 The PeRCy Award Winners
Richard P. Miller Former President and Chief Executive Officer Virtua
Our 2017 Special Achievement Award Winner e 1998, Richard P. Miller has served as president and CEO of Virtua, a non-profit healthcare system offering a full continuum of primary, preventative, wellness, acute and long-term care. Miller has led Virtua in innovative directions by creating a values-based culture defined by the "Star Initiative," adopting Six Sigma, and transforming a group of community-based hospitals into technologically advanced regional medical centers. In addition to an enterprise alliance with GE Healthcare, Virtua has formed clinical alliances with nationally renowned organizations such as Penn Medicine and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Miller has been recognized nationally with appointments to the Leadership Advisory Council of the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare (CTH) and to the Governing Council of Healthcare Executives for the American Hospital Association. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and served as a trustee of the National Quality Forum. Miller serves on the Operating Committee of the Board of Select Greater Philadelphia. He served on the Board of the University of the Sciences of Philadelphia, was chairman of the Board of Trustees of the New Jersey Hospital Association, served on the Governor's Committee on Benchmarking for Quality and Efficiency, and on the NJ Healthcare Access Study Commission. He served on the boards for the American Heart Association, the March of Dimes of Southern New Jersey, and is a past chairman of the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey Board. Among his recognitions, Miller was honored with the New Jersey Hospital Association’s 2017 Distinguished Service Award. He received the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award by the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey. He was named Human Resources CEO of the Year by the HR Department of the Year Awards. He received the CEO IT Achievement Award from Modern Healthcare magazine, was named Healthcare CEO of the Year by the Philadelphia Business Journal, Lean Six Sigma National CEO of the Year, Distinguished Citizen of the Year by the Boy Scouts of America, and received the New Jersey Business Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award from New Jersey Junior Achievement. Goodwill honored him with the Helms Award for spreading goodwill through leadership and philanthropic involvement. He has been named among The 100 Most Powerful People in New Jersey Business by NJBIZ magazine, one of the 50 Most Powerful People in Health Care by NJBIZ, a "Person to Watch" by Philadelphia Magazine, and recognized nationally on the list of “291 Hospital and Health System Leaders to Know” by Becker’s Hospital Review.
ARE YOUR STARS ALIGNED? Impact of physician grading and how it impacts decision making and a BALL GAME - Summer Networking Dinner Event August 15, 2017 3:00 PM program and dinner and game at 7:00 PM Trenton Thunder Arm & Hammer Park 1 Thunder Road Trenton, NJ USA 08611 Yankees Club Premium Viewing and Bar
KEYNOTE SPEAKER - CRISTENE GONZALEZ-WERTZ IBM WATSON GROUP IBM INSTITUTE FOR BUSINESS VALUE .
SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ELIZABETH A. RYAN, ESQ. PRESIDENT & CEO NEW JERSEY HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION Elizabeth A. Ryan, Esq., is president and CEO of the Princeton-based New Jersey Hospital Association, a not-for-profit trade association representing New Jersey's hospitals and other healthcare providers that provides leadership on quality and patient safety, education and advocacy in both Washington, D.C., and in Trenton. As CEO Ryan oversees NJHA, Health Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey, a not-for-profit affiliate that promotes continuing patient safety, quality improvement education and research; and the for-profit Healthcare Business Solutions, which provides group purchasing and other business solutions for healthcare providers. Prior to being selected as CEO she served as its COO and General Counsel. Ms. Ryan has received numerous honors for her healthcare leadership. In 2016, NJ Biz named her as one of the 50 Most Power Individuals in Healthcare. In 2013 South Jersey Biz magazine named her as a "Woman to Watch." She also received 2012 Garden State Woman of the Year Award for Healthcare; 2012 Distinguished Service Award and 2011 Regents Award, both from the American College of Healthcare Executives - New Jersey Chapter; the 2010 Impact Award from the Organization of Nurse Executives/New Jersey; and the 2006 Women as Health Advocates Award from the N.J. Primary Care Association. In 2011 NJ Biz named her as one the 100 Most Powerful Individuals in New Jersey Business and in 2012 as one of the most powerful 50 people in health care.
PERCY AWARDS The Winners for 2016 are:
Cross-media campaign: AtlantiCare
Planning project: RWJBarnabas Health
Public relations, relationship-building: Children’s Specialized Hospital
Social media: The Valley Hospital
Outdoor advertising: Holy Name Medical Center
Radio spot: RWJBarnabas Health
TV spot: Saint Peter’s University Hospital
Use of promotional products: Clara Maass Medical Center
Cause marketing campaign: HackensackUMC Mountainside
November 9, 2016 HPMSNJ IS PLEASED TO SUPPORT WIDENER UNIVERSITY’S HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Medicare Quality Payment Programs 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Widener University, Founders Hall 1 University Pl Chester, PA 19013
October 13, 2016 Advances in Digital Media 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm Pandora Corporation Offices 125 Park Avenue 19th Floor New York, NY 10017
Pictures below show the beautiful offices of Pandora and the massive crowd who attended. It was a successful event! Thanks, Pandora!
The Urge to Meet: Do Hospital Mergers Benefit the Community? Date: Friday, May 06, 2016 Location: Robert Wood Johnson Health and Wellness at Hamilton 3100 Quakerbridge Road Mercerville, NJ 08619