Opening Discussion Topic
BUILDING – & SUSTAINING – A CULTURE OF TRUST
It seems nearly every day there’s another headline screaming of lack of trustworthiness and transparency that has corroded yet another corporate culture. Unfortunately, these breakdowns aren’t just happening in Hollywood and Las Vegas. Increasingly, healthcare institutions are recognizing, as the Trustees of the USC lamented, in the wake hundreds of complaints (going back over 20 years) about a campus gynecologist, “something is broken.”
During our Go-Round Discussion, we’ll look to hear your thoughts and “best practices” for how you’re ensuring that your organization is continually building – and sustaining – your culture of trust, for example, through:
Go-Round Discussion: What’s Keeping You Up Nights? Issues for Member feedback.
Featured Member: CINDY HATTON, CEO OF HOSPICE OF THE EAST BAY
Cindy will share with us the latest developments impacting her agency and the hospice field.
"Industry Insider" Insights
Honest Advice & Feedback
Insights into New Market Trends
Opportunity for Continuous Learning
Aug. 9, Sept. 13, Oct. 11, Nov. 8, & Dec. 12
Emergency! What You Need to Know to Stay Compliant
ABL Member Rich Gianello, Partner, and Kim Baldwin, Sr. Consultant, Risk Advisory Services for Wipfli LLP/HFS Consultants
COMBINED ROUND TABLE EVENT: Bay Area - San Francisco & Oakland
New Approaches for Controlling Healthcare's "Unsustainable" Spending Growth
ABL Member Jack Asher, MD, VP and Chief Medical Officer for Anthem Blue Cross and Jamie Robinson, PhD, Professor of Health Economics at UC Berkeley
Improving the Community's Care Continuum Through Collaborative Innovation
Steve Grau, CEO of Royal Ambulance & Jimmy Pierson, COO of Medic Ambulance Service
The Patient as CEO
Robin Farmanfarmaian, author of the best-seller The Patient as CEO: How Technology Empowers the Healthcare Consumer
The Latest Trends in Population Health
Chris Selecky, Principal of Population Health Strategies
Introducing the Greater Bay Area's Super Provider Network
Joel Criste, CEO, Canopy Health
Lessons Learned in Maximizing Customer Engagement
Dean Hovey, President and CEO of Comprendo
I find the networking and attentive perspectives from people with different stakes in the system to be very valuable.
I value the chance to step outside of my networking environment to gain new ideas and perspectives from leaders in the health field.
ABL gives me an opportunity to get input from a cross section of healthcare leaders.
ABL provides exposure to relationships with a “brain trust” of knowledgeable, thoughtful & innovative leaders in the healthcare world. Both speakers and Members provide valuable insights and trigger deep and broad discussions and follow-up explorations.
The primary benefit is the education, timely information, and varied perspectives that are shared by high-level healthcare industry leaders.
I love these meetings. Being able to see and hear what is on others minds is invaluable.