Healthcare Executives of Southern California wants to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for all that you are doing on the front lines in the midst of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. We know that your roles are crucial to providing quality patient care and wanted to share resources to help you respond effectively to patient and community concerns around coronavirus (COVID-19).|
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Additionally, at this time we have canceled all in-person events and are quickly looking to implement virtual events and webinars to continue supporting our members during this time.
Health Care Executives of Southern California is positioned for a wonderful year. The Board of Directors of HCE, under the very able leadership of Dr. Tricia Kassab, FACHE, has launched 2020 with exceptional education programs and networking opportunities for its members.|
I would like to thank the 2020 HCE Board of Directors, Vice Chairs and committee members for their volunteer leadership. If you are interested in getting more involved in your Chapter, there are many opportunities on committees, so please reach out!
Transformation occurs when organizations recognize the old way of operating can’t deliver the business strategies required to meet new marketplace requirements for success. A key feature of transformation is when a new state of functioning is unknown, and the change process must be shaped and adapted as it unfolds. A second key function of transformation is the essential role that mindset, behavior and culture change play in its successful transformation. Leaders must be willing to engage in their new personal change process to shift how they think, lead and relate; engage stakeholders earlier in the change process and to a greater extent; and overtly set up the change process to welcome and respond to rapid course correction (Ackerman-Anderson & Anderson, 2010). True transformation that delivers breakthrough results require a conscious change leadership approach. I highly recommend you read the “Change Leaders Roadmap” how to navigate your organizational transformation.|
Emerging Healthcare Leaders: Five Career Traps to Avoid
By Dr. Kevin Nourse, Nourse Leadership Strategies
Leading healthcare organizations recognize the value of investing in developing high-potential future leaders in order to establish a pipeline of talent ready to step into future management roles. Proactively developing future leaders can make a big impact on reducing the likelihood of career derailment later in their careers.
Having designed and facilitated several leadership programs to develop high-potential talent in healthcare organizations and related professional associations, there are five common career traps experienced by participants in these programs. In this article, I identify five common developmental challenges faced by emerging leaders in healthcare:
- Inability to delegate effectively
- Excessively blunt communication
- Failure to say no or set boundaries with others
- Overly self-critical
10 Things to Expect from the New Hospital Price Transparency Rule
By Tom Dougherty, Cindy Ehnes and C. Duane Dauner
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently issued a final rule requiring hospitals to release pricing information before providing services. Under the rule, hospitals must list standard prices for 300 “shoppable services,” as well as the lowest prices they will accept from consumers paying out of pocket. According to CMS Administrator Seema Verma, the new price transparency rule will help patients by boosting quality and cutting costs.
The rule defines a “shoppable service” as a health care service that consumers can schedule in advance, at times that are convenient for them. These services typically are non-urgent.
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This month we featured Mirna Orihuela, Manager of Post-Acute Networks at Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital and David Nugent, Performance Improvement Analyst in the Value Improvement Office at Keck Medicine of USC.
ACHE Member Communities Can Enhance Experience|
We offer four community groups that align with our members’ professional backgrounds and commitment to diversity and inclusion. Members who meet the requirements can join one or more that meet their professional needs and goals. The groups include:
Members can join or renew a membership in one or more of these groups for an annual fee of $100 each, in addition to ACHE membership dues. All benefits are accessible online and include a quarterly newsletter, an exclusive LinkedIn Group and a special designation in ACHE’s online Member Directory.
- Asian Healthcare Leaders Forum
- LGBTQ Forum
- Healthcare Consultants Forum
- Physician Executives Forum
Board of Governors Exam Fee Waiver
March 1–June 30 The Board of Governors Exam fee waiver provides the opportunity for Members to save $225 when submitting Fellow applications between March 1 and June 30, 2020. Eligible members must submit their completed Fellow application, the $250 application fee and meet all requirements. Pending application approval, ACHE will waive the $225 Board of Governors Exam fee. For questions about the waiver, contact the Customer Service Center at email@example.com.
Ready to take the BOG? Be sure to sign up for our BOG Virtual Study Group. Stay tuned for more information coming soon!
Ezekieel K. Adu-Gyamfi
Kathryn C. Allen
Melanie E. Barber
E. Ann Lee, FACHE
Joon Y. Lee, MPH
Aubrey D. Love
Aloke K. Mandal, MD, PhD
John S. McCallum
William McConnell, JD, PhD
Thomas R. Melton, II
Joel C. Mitchell, PhD, FACHE
Nicole M. Mitchell
Chinedum Mogbo, MBBS
Jinhee Nguyen, MSN, RN
Dora L. Noriega, RN
Arshia C. Feeley, MBA
Patrick L. Githens
Lisa M. Gonzalez
Margaret James, MBA, BSN, RN
Alan D. Johns
John P. Joyce, FACHE
Wendy F. Edwards, MSN, RN
Erlyana Erlyana, PhD
Celina G. Afenir
Hesham Alsayyed Ahmad
Diana Babayan, MPH
Suraj N. Bossoondyal, MD
Nicholas P. Rizley
Neida C. Rosario
Scott A. Russell, DO
Gowtami Sall, MBA, MHA
Sr. Alice M. Schwieder, FACHE
Tchaka Shepherd, MD
Brianna M. Simon
Joe Singh, MBA
Agaezi Sonya, DC
Jessica Tanamachi, MHA, BSN, RN
Shahriyar Tavakoli, MD
Gaurav Thakral, MD, MHA
Joshua I. Vergara
Tyler A. Williams, BS
JUNYING ZHAO, PhD, MPH
Lt Col Naishadh D. Buch, PharmD, MBA
HM2 Larry C. Cabaong, BS
Capt Floyd Caldwell
Silvano J. Cardenas, MBA
Corey Castillo, EdD
Lisa Chan, DDS
Lauren G. Cisneros, MPH
Andrew L. Day
De Wayne D. Dela Guerra
Pamela Duarte, BS
And congratulations to our new FACHE members!
Justin B. Cooke, FACHE and Jason Lohr, MD, FACHE
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