HR Healthcare 2017

August 14-August 15, 2017

Hilton La Jolla, San Diego, CA

Contact Us: 1.888.482.6012

Nurturing Talent to Keep Apace Patient Needs

07:00 AM - 08:00 AM Breakfast & Registration

08:00 AM - 08:05 AM Welcome Remarks

Zainab Hayat, Program Director, HR Healthcare 2017

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Zainab Hayat

Program Director
HR Healthcare 2017

08:05 AM - 08:20 AM Chairperson's Opening Address

Mike Tippets, VP, Digital Media, HUGHES

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Mike Tippets

VP, Digital Media
HUGHES

08:20 AM - 09:00 AM Opening Keynote Interactive: A Motivational Win-Win: Building the Environment for Employee Engagement and Greater Productivity

Elizabeth Bolt, Chief Administrative Officer & SVP/Chief Human Resources Officer, UW Health
Elizabeth Bolt, Chief Administrator Officer/CHRO at UW Health, is committed to building intrinsically motivating environments to improve both employee engagement and productivity. Elizabeth will walk you through a program she developed for her organization, named a Best Place to Work by Becker’s Hospital Review, to use as part of their nursing leadership development series that includes:

Working with management to instill a culture of engaged productivity
Supporting managers with practical tools to make good hires, communicate effectively with employees and listen to feedback
Turning over more responsibility & decision-making to the employee

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Elizabeth Bolt

Chief Administrative Officer & SVP/Chief Human Resources Officer
UW Health
As organizations invest more time and energy into rethinking employee engagement and rewards, it has become imperative to also keep track of constant employee feedback.

Effectively conduct more real-time surveys
Prioritize consistent data collation
Yielding robust surveys and feedback

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Andy Ortiz

Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Organization Development
Cedars-Sinai Health System
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David Gill

AVP, Employee Experience
Northwell Health
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Tony Kinslow

Associate Vice President for Human Resources
University of Rochester
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Beverly Fein

VP, Human Resources
Holyoke Medical Center
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Shannon Libbert

Associate Client Partner
Korn Ferry Hay Group

09:50 AM - 10:30 AM Morning Refreshment Break in the HR Hub

10:30 AM - 11:10 AM Workshop: It's Not You, It's the Moving Target: Hitting the Talent Bull’s-eye By Using Data to Predict Talent Targets

Julene Campion, Vice President, Talent Acquisition, Geisinger Health System
Julene Campion at Geisinger Health System will work with you to develop a framework for establishing measurable and actionable talent targets. Walk out with your own strategic talent plan (bring some data points with you if you can for this session)!

• Harness easily accessible data points to develop talent targets which align with your organization’s strategic plan - hit the bull’s-eye
• Develop predictive scenarios based on internal and external environmental factors for critical & hard-to-recruit positions - monitor the moving target
• Establish talent targets and pinpoint the strategies to deliver measurable results
• Build a compelling narrative and infographic representation of the talent targets to create system-wide buy-in

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Julene Campion

Vice President, Talent Acquisition
Geisinger Health System

11:10 AM - 11:30 AM Case Study: Can You Hear Your Employees' Voices in Your Employee Value Proposition?

David Gill, AVP, Employee Experience, Northwell Health
Northwell Health has taken a unique approach to offering a compelling employee value proposition: leveraging the voice of its employees and allowing them to shape it. David Gill will share how he and his team have:

Gathered and culled information and feedback from thousands of employees
Going back to employees with an EVP and further feedback
Consistently illustrating how the feedback has been implemented

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David Gill

AVP, Employee Experience
Northwell Health
Medically, healthcare in the United States is consistently pushing boundaries and hospitals and healthcare leadership correspondingly invest in medical innovation – sometimes leaving HR to catch-up. But as healthcare organizations continue to grow; your teams can no longer play catch-up. How do you:

Ensure people strategy & business operations are aligned
Tell the story behind your employee engagement & retention data
Educate leadership to drive investment in workforce engagement & development

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John Espinoza

Chief Human Resources Officer
University Medical Center of Southern Nevada
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Jon Oravec

VP, Human Resources
Howard County General Hospital, Johns Hopkins Medicine
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Mike Andrus

VP, HCM Transformation
Oracle

12:10 PM - 1:10 PM Lunch & Networking

General Session

1:10 PM - 1:50 PM Case Study Interactive: The Underbelly of Healthcare HR: Dealing with Problem Physicians

Roby Hunt, Vice President, Human Resources, MedStar Health
How do you deal with troubled physicians?
How do you hold physicians accountable?
Working with legal counsel on difficult employee relations issues

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Roby Hunt

Vice President, Human Resources
MedStar Health

General Session

1:50 PM - 2:30 PM Workshop: Mentoring Your Way to Employee Development and Contentment

Queenie Plater, Vice President, Human Resources for the Community Division, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Organizations with high employee engagement scores also invest in well-structured mentoring and coaching programs. Plus, with the challenges of an aging workforce reaching retirement age, mentoring programs can aid knowledge transferring. Join your peers to discuss:

Structure mentoring programs to be effective and consistent
Using mentoring as a knowledge transferring tool
Making employees feel valuable through mentorship

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Queenie Plater

Vice President, Human Resources for the Community Division
Johns Hopkins Medicine

HR Innovators Network

1:10 PM - 1:50 PM Session 4: Change Management Overload: Leading in an Ever-changing Work Landscape

By invitation only
Elizabeth Bolt, Chief Administrative Officer & SVP/Chief Human Resources Officer, UW Health
While leadership grapples with an aging and growing patient population, federal regulations, and labor law developments, making sure your workforce is well informed and prepared requires capable leadership. Managers need to:
• Communicate changes and management’s objectives to your employees
• Ensure company culture and organizational goals are aligned
• Establish community of support and trust in achieving outcomes

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Elizabeth Bolt

Chief Administrative Officer & SVP/Chief Human Resources Officer
UW Health

HR Innovators Network

1:50 PM - 2:30 PM Session 5: Diversity of Care: Talent to Meet Changing Patient Needs & Demographics

By invitation only
As the national patient populace becomes more nuanced and diverse, what is leadership doing in developing a workforce to address a variety of cultural differences and perspectives?

2:30 PM - 3:10 PM Afternoon Refreshment Break in the HR Hub

At Kettering Health Network, Tim Dutton and Nancy Viramontes are working to build stronger engagement through three different communities within the organization. He will share how Kettering’s community programs are:
Empowering employees to use their ideas to transport the organization to new heights of collaboration and learning
Creating a culture of learning through personal and professional development and peer recognition
Providing social opportunities to connect with young professionals at other campuses and departments
Strengthening Kettering’s people to carry on its mission through opportunities to serve within the community
How can you better create a community of serving and engagement at your organization?

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Tim Dutton

Vice President, Human Resources
Kettering Health Network
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Nancy Viramontes

HR Manager, Employee Engagement
Kettering Health Network

3:50 PM - 4:50 PM Closing Keynote: #YouMatter Driving A New Productive Culture

Angela Maiers, Founder, Choose2Matter
As hopelessness reaches pandemic proportions, every human on the planet is being affected and the world needs transformation. Choose2Matter has touched millions of lives, reshaping how each human being feels about their contribution and unleashing their individual genius. Kids are innovating in ways that impact communities, educators are shifting from reactive to proactive, employees are driving a new corporate culture and delivering big wins to their organizations. Join us to find out how your organization can benefit from this simple, yet powerful movement which empowers the Humanity of Human Resources, and be ready to participate in a live interactive workshop to unleash your genius!

Angela Maiers

Founder
Choose2Matter

General Session

4:50 PM - 4:50 PM End of HR Healthcare 2017

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