8:30 – 10:00 a.m. EDT – 1.5 ACHE Face-to-Face credits – You must attend the entire time to earn the credits.
Decision-making during a pandemic was fast, furious, wrapped in uncertainty, and with great stakes hanging on the outcome. So…how do we keep doing it? Or should we? Organizations harnessed the value of swift decision-making as they lead and managed through the Covid crisis, so now, how do organizations maintain that decision-making momentum to continue “pandemic speed” decision-making as they lead their organizations strategically in the future? Join your MCACHE colleagues as we discuss how to transform our organizational cultures to sustain efficient and effective decision-making now and into the future!
Moderator: Peter Karadjoff, MBA, FACHE, Senior Vice President, Performance Excellence, Trinity Health
Julie Lepzinski, BSN, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Health Care McLaren Medical Group
Matthew Kossman, MBA, Senior Vice President Operations, WellStreet Urgent Care
Rick Morrone, MBA, Retired Health Plan Executive formerly Senior Vice President Employer Solutions, Priority Health
Fee: $25 MCACHE Member; $35 Non-Member; $10 Student
REGISTRATION – There are 2-steps to Register:
1) Purchase ticket:
2) You must register on the ACHE platform to complete your registration in order to have access to the login credentials for the program. If you are not an ACHE member when you click on the link you will see “Create an ache.org account” click there and with your email address, you can open an account. There is no additional cost associated with this second step and you don’t have to be an ACHE member to attend.
The purpose of this presentation is to bring to discussion strategies, insights, and processes that were implemented during the pandemic by which allowed organizations to operate nimbly. Engage in discussion related to how organizations move forward post-COVID and harness that decision-making momentum to continue to make decisions timely – Changing culture and worn-out processes.
Registration closes on June 11, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. EDT and there are no refunds after this date. The webinar is limited to 75 participants per ACHE guidelines