CAHL 4.5 Face to Face Credit Opportunity!
Tuesday, March 19, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
We welcome you to join your ACHE colleagues from the California Association of Healthcare Leaders at the Sheraton Grand Hotel in Downtown Sacramento for networking and TWO stimulating educational panel discussions worth 4.5 ACHE Face-to-Face credits.
This unique educational opportunity is offered in parallel with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA)'s Annual Spring Conference!
The $75.00 registration includes the networking breakfast and attendance at both CAHL educational panel sessions.
Please see below for event details:
“Service Line Development"
Many healthcare organizations are using a service-line approach to organizational development for the purposes of strategic planning, business planning, operations and marketing. Service-line development is not only an organizational tool, but also can increase physician involvement, align resources and provide an integrated continuum of care for the patient. Benefits can include increased customer satisfaction, quality and performance improvements, market share gains, and financial improvement. This program will review common operational and cultural issues of organizing around service lines followed by panelist presentations of specific service-line case studies. The program will
conclude with a question-and-answer period.
Patricia Hagen PT MHA Executive Director of Orthopedics & Rehab Services at John Muir Health
Chris Wood MHA FACHE Senior Director of the Mercy Neurological Institute of Greater Sacramento (Dignity Health)
Claudia Crist RN MHA FACHE Assistant Administrator of Surgical Services for Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Jerry Birk MHA FHFMA Vice President, Cardiovascular and Thoracic Service Lines for Rideout Regional Medical Center
Networking 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM
Panel Discussion: 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
"Physician Integration Approaches"
There is a broad spectrum of physician-hospital alignment options, from informal relationships that include physician advisory committees or collaborating on billing to structured reimbursement contracting arrangements to more integrated joint venture partnerships on services up to acquisition of the practice and employment options. Each integration approach along the spectrum serves the purpose of linking physicians and hospitals together and aligning incentives toward common goals. This program explores the continuum of traditional physician-hospital integration models, the latest innovated approaches, and asks the panelist to speak on the strengths and weaknesses of each.The topics addressed in this session are sure to provoke many questions and comments from the audience. Be sure to leave adequate time for this interactive component.
William Gilbert MD Medical Director of Perinatal Medicine Sutter Health
Robert Azevedo MD Physician in Chief/Chief of Staff at Kaiser Sacramento Medical Center
Robert Plass MD Chief Medical Officer for Fremont-Rideout Health Group
John Boyd Psy D, MHA Chief Administrative Officer Sutter Mental Health and Sutter Continuing Care
Phyllis Baltz FACHE Chief Operating Officer Mercy San Juan Medical Center
Physician Integration Part 1 -- 10:30 AM - Noon
Lunch Noon - 1:30 PM (please note, this is not included in the registration fee)
Physician Integration Part 2 -- 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
When & Where
California Association of Healthcare Leaders - Sacramento Local Programming Council
Join over 1000 health care executives in Northern and Central California! Our members are leaders in a variety of healthcare settings including for profit, not for profit, government, academia, acute care, rehab, rural and urban. Members are currently serving in all levels of management from chief executive, operating, and financial officer levels to middle managers and vice presidents of departments and product lines. We also take great pride in supporting the development of our significant numbers of students and early careerists. If you have a commitment to leadership and lifelong learning, CAHL is the organization for you.
1. Have an interest in meeting and learning with and from health care leaders in the region.
2. Agree to abide by the American College of Healthcare’s Code of Ethics.
CAHL is an independent chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Membership in CAHL is limited to ACHE affiliates working in Northern and Central California. Click here to join ACHE.