Innovative Healthcare Speakers for Every Issue, Topic and Event...
Joseph S. Anderson, D Ed
Dr. Anderson is currently an adjunct professor of health care policy and management in the Department of Public Affairs at the Pennsylvania State University, an affiliated instructor of health care economics at Lancaster General Hospital School of Nursing, and an adjunct instructor in the School of Management Studies, Division of Health Care Management at Eastern University. Dr. Anderson education, background, and experience provide a unique perspective on the speaker topics listed under his credentials.
Bruce A. Berger, PhD, RPh
Bruce is President of Berger Consulting, LLC and Emeritus Professor at Auburn University. He has developed comMIt (Comprehensive Motivational Interviewing Training for health care providers) and AU MITI (Auburn University Motivational Interviewing Training Institute). He has taught motivational interviewing in healthcare and methods for improving treatment adherence for over 30 years.
Paula Butterfield, PhD, PCC
What absorbs most of your time at work, keeps you up at nights, may even give you a pack-a-day Rolaids habit? If you're like most leaders, it's the dizzying array of interpersonal and business issues: the need for greater trust, resilience, motivation, and engagement among your employees, the need for more innovation and nimbleness to stay competitive in an increasingly complex and rapidly changing world. Professional speaker and executive coach Dr. Paula Butterfield will show you what it takes to create environments like this: environments in which people can bring the best of who and how they are to what they do.
Sandra L. Coletta, Speaker, COO System, Former CEO
Sandy Coletta describes herself as a woman first, a mother second and a healthcare executive third. Rising through the ranks from an entry level position to the C suite over the course of 25 years positioned her to take the reigns as CEO at a community teaching hospital recovering from a financial crisis yet still suffering from a quality and image crisis.
Diane Egbers, BS, MS
As a Master Facilitator in Healthcare Leadership, Diane is highly engaging and has a passion to serve leaders, helping them to gain strategic insight and translate it into practical application for greater effectiveness. Diane works collaboratively with healthcare clients such as Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield to set and achieve goals that involve cultivating the strengths of key talent and realizing potential for success at organization, team and individual levels.
Mark Hagland, Speaker
Mark Hagland is a nationally respected independent health care journalist. He has won numerous awards for his journalism. He writes about a wide range of topics and issues, from quality improvement and patient safety to managed care and health market trends, strategic planning, disease management, information technology, health information management, and policy and regulatory issues.
Joyce Hyam, RN, PHN, MPA/HSA
Joyce teaches you the tools to gain more clarity on what you want for yourself, your team, your customers, your patients and your organization. You will discover easy ways to achieve your desired outcomes. A more joyful outlook will be the result for you and the entire organization and the people for whom you provide services. Change is a constant and how we handle it can make all the difference in our happiness. Begin a habit of positive expectation and see the amazing results.
Kent Jackson, MA, LMSW
Kent was born in Iowa City , Iowa and other than a few early years of his life spent in Chicago , has resided in Iowa City and Cedar Rapids , Iowa . He attended the University of Iowa like his father and 4 siblings, eventually earning a Masters degree in Counseling and Human Development.
Mary Koloroutis, MSN, RN
As a co-creator, author, and editor of the Relationship-Based Care series of books and seminars, Ms. Koloroutis helps health care organizations create a framework for delivering world-class care with strong underlying values and principles and then works with them to implement that framework.
Kristen Lombard, PhD, RN, MPHCNS-BS
Kristen excels at guiding individuals and organizations toward authentic, positive leadership. She makes sense of complexity science and caring science and applies them to real world priorities such as quality, safety, and the patient experience. Kristen is an energetic and effective collaborator committed to developing agile, caring, and insightful leaders and teams. She is a qualitative researcher with interests in circle practice, authentic presence, Relationship-Based Care, reflective practice, and caring-healing processes.
Scott E. Malan, BA, MA
As a registered health care lobbyist for three decades, Scott brings us a real, "from the trenches" perspective on health care politics, legislation and the federal budget. He provides insights into the twists and turns of "the sausage making" that occurs in Washington, D.C., and helps us make sense of - at times the comic or Machiavellian aspects of public policy formulation in the nation's capital.
Betty Parker, CPLP
Betty Parker is a professional speaker, author, and trainer. She provides engaging presentations and training to corporations and individuals who have a desire to grow professionally and personally.At University of South Carolina College of Nursing, she is part of the faculty of a leadership program where she has trained fellows on self-awareness in leadership.
Philip L. Ronning, MHA, Author
With over thirty-five years of healthcare management experience, Philip Ronning focuses on accountable care, specialty programs, strategy, organization, integration, culture and more. Ronning has worked with urban to rural markets across the board and a client list of over 300. The American Hospital Association has published eight of his books.
Trisha Torrey, Speaker
If you are a patient, trying to make your way through the healthcare system to get the best care you can, you want Trisha on your side. But if you are a healthcare administrator, provider or payer, your bigger interest is in what Trisha is telling those patients - and - what patients are telling her. Why? Because you'll learn that it's wise to keep your patients close, but your Trisha-coached patients closer.
Steven T. Valentine, MPA
With more than 35 years of health care consulting experience, Mr. Valentine has considerable expertise in the areas of strategic planning, business transactions, mergers, hospital-physician relationships, and financial analysis. Mr. Valentine was the issue editor and an early pioneer on hospital turnarounds (topics in Healthcare Financing: Financially Troubled Hospitals). Mr. Valentine authors the annual "Top 10 Trends in Healthcare" for Trustee. He is a nationally recognized author and speaker on healthcare issues, industry trends and its future outlook.
Viveka von Rosen, Speaker / Author
Viveka is known internationally as the "LinkedIn Expert" and speaks to entrepreneurs, business owners, corporations, and associations on the benefits of marketing with social media, and in particular LinkedIn. She is the author of "LinkedIn Marketing: An Hour a Day" (John Wiley & Sons, 2012) and has been listed on two of Forbes Most Influential People lists. She is the host of the biggest LinkedIn chat on Twitter: #LinkedInChat (Recently quoted by Mashable as one of the top 10 business chats) and co-moderator of LinkedStrategies, the largest LinkedIn strategy group on LinkedIn. She is constantly learning, sharing and transferring social media skills and strategies.

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