NEW YORK, Sept. 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – HLNY is delighted that our keynote address is being delivered by the renowned Dr ÃzÃ©chiel Emmanuel, MD, helped develop the Affordable Care Act and advised several presidents. Dr Emanuel will share his ideas on the topic of “Impact of the Biden administration on health care delivery“as well as moderating a panel joined by Michel dowling, President and CEO, Northwell Health and Karen Ignagni, President and CEO, EmblemHealth to discuss in more detail the impact of downstream policies on their organizations. Dr Emanuel is currently Vice-President, Global Initiatives, Professor at Diane vS Levy and Robert M. Levy University at the University of Pennsylvania, and Special Advisor to the Director-General of WHO.
There has been no better time to recognize the awakening and adoption of digital health and the innovative solutions that are forever changing the face of healthcare delivery. The day begins with an expert panel of entrepreneurial thought leaders in a discussion on “Technological innovation is changing the face of healthcare deliveryThe esteemed panelists include Dr Graham Gardner, CEO Kyruus, Rob kraal, Vice President and General Manager, Connected Health Group at Zimmer Biomet, Kevin Kumler, President of Virta Health, Dr Jean-Luc (‘JL’) Neptune, Co-founder and CEO of Suntra Modern Recovery and Dr Neel Shah, CMO, Maven Health who will join on stage for a unique discussion moderated by Leonard Achan, President of the Hospital Innovation Institute for Special Surgery and member of the board of directors of HLNY. This panel will discuss how their businesses and experience working with healthcare executives and organizations have and continue to harness technology to disrupt, change and deliver value to patients, providers and consumers.
This past year, like no other, has propelled the entire health ecosystem to the forefront of emergency response with a focus on crisis management and recovery efforts in light of the many local emergencies. and national, whether natural, pandemic, man-made or technological, with which our communities have been confronted. The HLNY sign, “Prepare for the Unknown – Ensure Your Community’s Emergency Preparedness” presents critical issues that local health leaders must actively engage in to develop comprehensive emergency preparedness plans, trainings and exercises to ensure business continuity to meet vital health needs. community. Moderated by Dr Lewis Marshall Jr., CMO, NYC H & H / Lincoln and ACHE Regent at Large, he will be joined by Dr Greg Ciottone, president of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Dr Lorraine Giordano, Past President, American Academy of Disaster Medicine and Former Medical Director, Fire Department of NY, Dr Laura Iavicoli, Senior AVP of Emergency Management, NYC H&H, and Lawrence M. Zacarese, VP Enterprise Risk Management and CSO, Stony Brook University.
Testimonials from participantsâMy favorite event is the Mini-Congress,â said Raishme Singh, former associate student. âI had the opportunity to attend the biggest ACHE convention in Chicago in 2019 and when I saw HLNY host a local version I was so excited; and it exceeded my expectations. I loved the fact that there were different topics for discussion throughout the day, it featured a diverse and inclusive panel of panelists, and we still had time to network with each other throughout the event . I can’t wait to participate in this year’s Mini-Congress! “
âThe HLNY Mini-Convention is an annual event that I cherish for professional growth and connection. I missed spending this day with fellow HLNY colleagues last year and realize we can’t take it. these opportunities for granted. The 2021 speaker lineup is exceptional! I can’t wait to join leaders across the healthcare spectrum in New York City to spend October 7 learning from each other and inspiring them. from each other. âAndy Wuertel, CEO, East River Medical Imaging and President-elect, HLNY.
About HLNYHLNY is the local, New York Metropolitan, chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), an international professional society of more than 40,000 healthcare executives. We uphold high ethical standards and drive and promote ACHE’s mission. Through HLNY, ACHE members have access to local professional development and networking events, mentoring and career services, which include a job database and resume support.
Our mission is to advance leadership and excellence in healthcare management through the professional enrichment and continuing education of our members. For more information visit www.HLNY.org
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