Bon Secours Mercy Health leaders from across the ministry join CEOs, CFOs and executives from top hospitals and health systems in Chicago November 13 – 16 for an exclusive, world-class event to address the most pressing issues in health care today.
Chief Supply Chain Officer Dan Hurry, Mercy Health – Lima President Ronda Lehman, Chief Clinical Officer – Youngstown and Lorain and System Medical Director – Graduate Medical Education James Kravec, MD, Chief Medical Officer Bon Secours – Greenville Surabhi Gaur, MD and System Director – Community Health Impact Shivonne Laird are featured panelists at the annual Becker’s Healthcare CEO + CFO Roundtable. All BSMH panelists will present November 13-14 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago.
Hurry shares his insights regarding The Most Impactful Change We Made Last Year and How We Did It on November 13. Experts from MetroHealth Medical Center, RWJ Barnabas Health New Brunswick and Holzer Health System will participate on the panel as well.
Lehman joins leaders from North County Health, Veterans Health Administration and Gundersen Health System November 14 to discuss How to Leverage Social Determinants of Health Without Breaking the Budget.
She later joins Dr. Kravec and Randy Zarin from UTHealth Houston to address Physician Alignment and Acquisition Strategies for the Next 5 Years.
Dr. Kravec also focuses on How to Build a Data-Driven Culture and Deliver Value to Inundated Providers in a November 14 panel discussion with insights from Mt. San Rafael Hospital, University of Michigan Health and The Rehabilitation Institute of Ohio – Premier Health, Encompass Health.
Dr. Gaur participates in three panel discussions throughout the roundtable event. The first on November 13 is entitled Healthcare Disruptors: Exciting Opportunities and What Executives Should Be Afraid Of. She is joined by leaders from Providence, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and UVA Health. On November 14, Dr. Gaur speaks to What Makes Chief Medical Officers Great: Big and Small Ways to Drive Better Results with colleagues from HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and Cambridge Health Alliance Physician Organization. Finally, she shares insights on the November 14 topic of Inside Our Most Impactful Initiative of the Last 12 Months, alongside medical leaders from Hamilton Health Care System, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Ballad Health.
Laird joins leaders from Connections Health Solutions, Ponce Health Sciences University and UVA Health Systems on November 14 to share thoughts on Taking Steps Towards Health Equity: Practical Solutions for Achieving Lasting Change.
More than 1,000 executives are expected to participate in the in-person event. A virtual event is planned for November 29 – 30. More information can be found on the CEO + CFO Roundtable website.