LEAP Healthcare 2015: HR Leadership Forum

Leadership | Engagement | Analytics | Performance
2015-07-27 - 2015-07-29
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LEAP Healthcare 2015 brings together those HR leaders from across the US, and the world, who are actively challenging the status quo and are prepared to collaborate to transform healthcare HR. Attend and you will: Develop your clinical leaders faster by understanding how Mercy Health are using non-traditional approaches to strengthen clinical leadership effectiveness and drive performance across the organization Transform HR’s impact on the organization through data driven decisions: Hear how Froedtert Health are moving to a predictive analytics model to better deliver against business objectives Drive immediate business success through your people strategy through out of industry experience. Hear how Larry Stokes at Texas Medical Center used his experience from outside of healthcare and brought in talent outside of the industry to drive a radical culture change Moving to a Population Health Model? Gain first hand experience from Reliant Medical Group on their transition to population health to manage risk and the pivotal role HR plays in sustaining this change Achieve integrated organizational engagement and address the barriers to fundamental change by learning how Northwestern Memorial Healthcare are driving significant change management through new compensation models to increase engagement Learn the lessons of healthcare transformation across the globe by gaining a fresh perspective from your international peers on delivering better patient experiences Achieve organizational wide accountability today by discovering how North Shore-LIJ have switched the focus from HR owning engagement to being a navigator and connecting it to leadership accountability

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