The recent US Supreme Court decision to uphold the US Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) means that U.S. healthcare provider HR Executives need to get started ASAP on addressing the myriad of impacts this will have on the future talent needs of their business.
, a talent acquisition expert and managing partner at talentrise
, will facilitate a panel discussion with healthcare provider HR executives who are ahead of the game. Attendees will gain tips and advice on key investments and strategic changes needed to more effectively attract, recruit and retain the BEST healthcare talent in the future. Attendees will also learn the answers to the following questions:
• Which POSITIONS are going to be impacted the MOST causing increased competition for talent in those roles?
• Will you need to hire people with DIFFERENT SKILLSETS or competencies in the future?
• What INVESTMENTS and OPERATIONAL changes are needed to improve your organizations ability to attract, recruit and retain the talent you will need in the future?
• What is the bottom line FINANCIAL IMPACT to your business if you DON’T address these needs now?
• How do you BUDGET for these changes when you are already tight on resources?
The intended goal of this act is to help the over 32 million currently uninsured Americans to gain access to affordable, quality health care while providing currently insured Americans protection against restrictions or exclusions in coverage due to pre-existing conditions.
With some of the program’s provisions already implemented, the majority of the more significant changes will begin in 2014 and continue over the next 3 years. If you are a healthcare provider HR, Recruiting, Workforce Planning or Talent Management professional who is just starting to address these questions, this session is a MUST for you to attend.
• Kevin Scanlan
President & CEO - Metropolitan Community Healthcare Association
Kevin Scanlan was appointed president and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council (MCHC) on July 1, 2006, after 18 years of executive service at the Council. Nationally recognized for his innovative management style during his career, Scanlan was involved in the development of many of MCHC’s most successful hospital and community programs. These programs include the Illinois Poison Center, which provides 24/7 hotline coverage throughout the state, group purchasing and supply chain management, employee benefits and human resources programs. Scanlan’s initiatives have saved millions of dollars annually for the 150 member organizations of MCHC.
Prior to joining MCHC, Scanlan served as a human resources executive at Evangelical Health System and Chicago Osteopathic Health System and as a teacher in the Chicago Public Schools. These experiences helped shape Scanlan’s commitment to education and the development of human potential reflected in the broad programming he has introduced at MCHC.
• Justin Lombardo, M.F.A
Vice President and Chief Learning Officer- Children’s Medical Center – Dallas, Tx
Justin has over 25 years in healthcare and is currently Vice President, Learning Institute and Chief Learning Officer of Children’s Medical Center, Dallas. He was recruited to this role in January 2010 to create the Children’s Learning Institute which will be responsible for aligning and optimizing the organization’s investment in education and training to help advance the strategic goals of the medical center and to prepare the organization for the impact of healthcare reform on the talent needs of the organization organization. Justin leads all the clinical and non-clinical education and training for the medical center.
Prior to joining Children’s Justin served for nine years as Chief Learning Executive at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Under his leadership, the Chicago Business Council and Mayor Richard Daley presented Northwestern Memorial the Workforce Chicago 2.0 Award for outstanding employee education and development in 2004. In 2009 Northwestern was named Best In Class for Training and Development as part of the 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers Magazine Awards. Prior to this, Justin spent 15 years at Motorola University where he managed various training and education functions globally and was one of the founding directors.
• Shawn Fitzgerald, MBA, SPHR, PMP, HRIP
Director, HR Operations & Recruiting - Cadence Health, Winfield Illinois
Shawn has over 15 years Corporate HR and HR Consulting experience as a transformational, global leader with expertise in human resources technology, HR operations program management, business transformation change management, talent management and recruiting. Shawn recently joined Cadence Health to lead their business transformation HR initiatives as they evolve into a growing health system and to prepare the organization to effectively compete for talent in the future. Prior to joining Cadence, Shawn held strategic technology global leadership roles with AON Consulting and Hewitt Associates.
• Gerard Nussbaum, JD, MS, CPA, RCDD
Director of Technology Services - Kurt Salmon Associates , Atlanta Ga
Mr. Nussbaum has over 30 years of health care and industry experience dealing with information technology, finance, and marketing functions. He has assisted clients through a wide range of information systems, telecommunication, and networking planning, vendor selection, regulatory achievement/compliance and implementation project management assignments; interim management; merger and consolidation; electronic health record system planning and Meaningful Use achievement; facilities planning and design, and development of systems to model mergers and acquisitions.