HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: “Building a Resilient and Sustainable Healthcare System Amidst the Pandemic”

5 days
100 Students

HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT: <br><br> “Building a Resilient and Sustainable Healthcare System Amidst the Pandemic”

HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:

“Building a Resilient and Sustainable Healthcare System Amidst the Pandemic”

20, 22, 24, 28, 30 September 2021

10AM-2PM via Zoom

Overview

 The healthcare industry is beset with many challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic in addition to the chronic problems existing for many years. This is taking its toll on the healthcare managers who will need to recognize that the immensity of these challenges is mirrored by the scale of opportunity to bring about meaningful reforms. 

The Healthcare Leadership Development Course is designed for mid- to senior-level healthcare professionals who seek to acquire the required skills and competence in assuming greater leadership roles in either public or private sector settings at the local, national and international levels. It will explore the key foundations for building resiliency and sustainability in the sector. 

The Program will be conducted by international experts and will involve case discussions and practical applications that can be immediately implemented at the workplace by the participants. It will focus on individuals who are working in hospitals and clinics with leadership responsibilities in the organization or community. 

Students connect to faculty and peers mainly via computer, making substantial use of technology that allows students and faculty to interact productively through live video and data sharing. 

Days
Hours
Minutes

Who Should Attend?

 Supervisors, Managers, Program Officers, Department Heads and other Mid-Level to Senior Managers working in the healthcare field, including entrepreneurs and individuals who are involved in managing healthcare facilities 

Program

Day 1, 20 September - Overview on Healthcare Leadership

Ms. Joyce Socao-Alumno
President, HealthCore International

Dr. Richard Wright

For the managers to understand their style of leadership and assess opportunities for improving their emotional intelligence; to be competent in using the three decision-making tools.

Leader in Focus
Dato’ Dr. Jacob Thomas

by Dr. Thomas Kowzlowski

Predict and manage demand and to assign the Right Resources in real-time. Learn how to develop Integrated Solutions. Turn-key Dashboards. Examine the Hospital Command Center. Services: Pre and Post pandemic. Take a closer look at Patient Access and Patient Flow

Day 2, 22 September - Human Resource Management

Ms. Joyce Socao-Alumno

Dr. Thomas Kowzlowski

Learn TIPS on building trust in your leadership which is needed for transformative, collective action in times of uncertainty, such as during a pandemic. Leaders will review steps to instill trust in their followers such as taking appropriate action via preparation and planning; seeking out information and intelligence, steps in leading adaptation; and how to ensure a coordinated response.

Leader in Focus
Dr. Shirard Adiviso

by Dr. Thomas Kowzlowski

To know how to use contingency management based on various styles. To also learn how to improve emotional intelligence and how to complete and use a communication plan.

Day 3, 24 September - Quality Management

Ms. Joyce Socao-Alumno

Dr. Richard Wright

Develop competency in selecting and prioritizing performance measures and competency in calculating cost of quality

Leader in Focus
Dr. Girdhar Gyani

Dr. Richard Wright

Develop competency in completing a project charter to authorize an improvement project; using the FOCUS PDSA model as a framework for improving performance; and in using a primary driver diagram to develop solutions;

Day 4, 28 September - Risk Management and Change Management

Ms. Joyce Socao-Alumno

Dr. Richard Wright

Describe concepts and framework for managing risks; review the critical factors for calculating level of risks; describe methods for prioritizing high risk processes; and to review the relationship between risk management and patient safety and medical errors.

Leader in Focus
David Boucher, MPH, FACHE

Dr. Thomas Kowzlowski

Learn how to Embed Change with implementing quick “win-win”improvements. Develop competency in being able to effectively use transitioning improvements for project management tasks and understand the need for accountability for implementing post pandemic changes.

Day 5, 30 September - Strategic Planning

Ms. Joyce Socao-Alumno

Dr. Richard Wright

Gain tips on how to turn failure into success. Develop competency in knowing that failure is normal part of learning process and how to use failure as feedback for potential change.Acquire skills for development of a sense of resiliency and learn how to be more creative and innovative thru interactions with staff, looking at the physical environment was it time prohibitive to care for the surge of COVID.

Dr. Thomas Kowzlowski

identify the step-by-step tips for being able to strengthen the balance sheet for improved financial health. Also be able toIdentify key areas of financial risk. Learn how to quantify the financial impact of strategic initiatives.

Philippine Participants

8,000 REGULAR RATE
Beginning 01 September 2021


Participation Fee inclusive of:
  • Course Materials
  • 16.25 PRC-CPD Units
  • E-Certificate upon Completion

International Participants

$ 160 REGULAR RATE
Beginning 01 September 2021


Participation Fee inclusive of:
  • Course Materials
  • 16.25 PRC-CPD Units
  • E-Certificate upon Completion

Guest Speakers

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Richard Wright, MD, MPH, is an international consultant and expert on quality and patient safety. He is a board certified internal medicine and infectious disease specialist. Dr. Wright is an independent consultant with the Joint Commission Resources (JCR) and Joint Commission International (JCI), providing consulting services for hospitals and ambulatory centers both in the United States and in numerous countries, with specific expertise in credentialing and privileging, performance measurement and quality management, leadership development, and the use of Lean Redesign methods to improve clinical processes impacting quality and patient safety. 

His expertise is in performance improvement and evaluation, care process redesign, and disease management by clinical teams. Previously, he served as a senior executive of Denver Health Authority as the Executive Director of the largest network of Federally Qualified Community-based Primary Care Health Centers in the country, serving 100,000 residents in Denver and providing more than 300,000 ambulatory visits. Dr. Wright authored numerous articles on a broad array of topics related to healthcare quality and management. 

Thomas Kozlowski

Thomas Kozlowski, PhD is the CEO of Health Strategic Solutions, LLC in the US. With over 40 years of experience in healthcare management, he is seen as a healthcare executive who works within a global market allowing his leadership skills and knowledge to attain institutional success and be a trusted advisor. His expertise in the understanding of cultural and institutional differences continue to be key improvement issues for the C-Suite leadership in the healthcare delivery system workplace in all countries and cultures allowing Dr. Kozlowski to emerge with comprehensive solutions from different perspectives at the decision table. 

Dr. Thomas Kozlowski worked with Joint Commission Resources/Joint Commission International as a Principal Consultant and subsequently consulted with both domestic and international health care organizations in the areas of accreditation readiness and standards compliance. Also served as lecturer and mentor in Quality and Safety Implementation. 

Dr. Kozlowski’s consulting expertise in hospital, ambulatory care, behavioral health care, and long- term care settings include operational assessment; patient safety assessment; environment of care; executive leadership and governing bodies; performance improvement; implementation strategies for rapid response teams; electronic health record assessment; and incorporating tracer methodology and the periodic performance review as management tools. 

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Dr. Sanjeev Singh is a pediatrician with Masters in Hospital Management and PhD in Infection Control. He worked as Regional Coordinator at WHO- India in disease eradication program before joining as Chief Medical 

Superintendent of a 1,2350-bed teaching super specialty hospital Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Center at Kochi. 

Dr. Sanjeev is an Ambassador of India to Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) and has been adjudged “Hero of Infection Control” by the Association of Professionals of Infection Control (APIC), U.S. He is an International surveyor at International Society for Quality (ISQua). He was member of Technical Committee at National Accreditation Board for Hospitals, India (NABH) and was responsible for drafting accreditation standards for 3rd and 4th edition. He is presently the Vice Chairman of Research Committee at NABH and Chairman of Technical Committee at AHPI (Association of Healthcare Providers of India) and Health Sector Council of India (Government of India). He is member of Drug Safety Council (GOI) and member of National Advisory Body on Occupational Exposures. He is also member of Healthcare Committee at Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce of India (FICCI) and Secretary of AHPI- Delhi-NCR. 

Dr. Sanjeev is an external consultant to WHO on regulatory, licensing policy issues and Quality Interventions in India; Technical Advisor to several State government healthcare projects (E- learning, reduction of AMR, Antibiotic Stewardship and Infection Control); Technical Expert for University of Antwerp’s Point Prevalence Surveillance and Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s (US) on Neonatal Collaborative program; and Technical Advisor on Infection Prevention and Antibiotic Stewardship for the State of Kerala, India. 

He has written a book “Hospital Infection Control Guidelines: Principles & Practices” and several international and national publications including editorial committee for Asian Society of Quality Journal, International Journal for Research & Hospital Management and NABH Journal for Quality & Patient Safety. He has been awarded “Best Practices in Infection Control” by GOI and Quality Council of India (QCI) in 2010, “QIMPRO Quality award” for Lean Six Sigma implementation in Healthcare in 2012, “Outstanding Healthcare Professional” by ITP Publishing, Dubai in 2014 and FICCI “Patient Safety” award in 2015 and British Medical Journal (BMJ) award in South Asia for “Infectious Disease Initiative of the Year” in 2016. He was recently awarded as “Most impactful 100 healthcare leaders (global)” by CMA Asia in 2017; awarded “Quality Champion” by Confederation of Accreditation Healthcare Organization (CAHO) in 2018; and “Best Quality Initiative project” by DL Shah Quality Council of India and Ramakrishna Bajaj award in 2019. 

He has done his fellowship in Patient & Healthcare Worker Safety from University of Virginia and fellowship on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) from University of Adelaide. He is an Improvement Advisor at Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI), U.S. and a faculty at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Kolkata (HEMP) and at IIM Bangalore. Dr. Sanjeev is a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma. 

HCA Speakers

Dr. Jacob is considered a maverick in the healthcare industry. He is anemergency medicine doctor educated in India, United Kingdom, and the UnitedStates who eventually moved up the corporate ladder having served in various capacities at Subang Jaya Medical Centre, until he became CEO and thenChairman of Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare from 2013-2021. Currently, he serves as the Group Medical Advisor. He was also the longest-serving President of the Association of Private Hospitals of Malaysia having been elected five times since 2008 to 2018 and President ofAsian Hospital Federation in 2012-2013. He serves as Councilor of the MalaysianSociety for Quality in Health (MSQH) and Board Member of the MalaysiaHealthcare Travel Council (MHTC). Dr. Jacob today works closely with variousNGOs and Government agencies to promote Malaysian Healthcare both locally and internationally. He is a Steering Committee Member of Malaysia’s NationalKey Economic Areas (NKEA) for Healthcare and Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of Malaysian Medical Council. From 2014 to present, he sits on the Board of Directors of Joint Commission Resources (JCR) in the U.S. and Member of Asia Pacific Regional Advisory Council of Joint Commission International (JCI). In 2021, Dr. Jacob was appointed Chairman of the Joint Commission International and Joint Commission Resources- the first Asian to be appointed in such a position. Dr. Jacob will take the spotlight on Day 1 as he shares his insights on “Leadership in Healthcare anchored on Patient Safety”.

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Dr. Adiviso is a Healthcare Academician and Corporate Healthcare Executive for almost 12 years leading providers of superior patient care and innovations in medical health profession education. He provides continuing medical education to faculty members of Colleges of Medicine, Rehabilitation Sciences, Nursing & Midwifery, Medical Radiation Technology, Pharmacy andMedical Technology. 

He conducted several workshops and certificate training courses locally inTeaching- Learning Strategies, Strategic Planning, Leadership Training,Patient Safety and Quality Improvement and Healthcare Associated topics for healthcare institutions and associations such as the Asian Hospital & Medical Center, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, the Medical City, Riverside Hospital, De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, the Philippine Heart Center, PhilippineCollege of Surgeons, Philippine Society of General Surgeons, Philippine Association of Plastic Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeons, Philippine Board of Surgery and Philippine Board of Urology , and the Operating Room Nurses Association of the Philippines. 

Dr. Adiviso established three standardized curriculum for General Surgery nationwide trainings and formulated several curriculum designs for several surgical specialties for ASEAN integration.

Dr. Adiviso was the former Director of the Asian Hospital and Medical Center-Ancillary Services, Learning Institute & Business Development, overseeing the operations focusing on efficiency, cost management, service innovations, business strategies, organizational development, international benchmarking, and training and development of all medical staff and allied health professionals. At present, he is the Chief Operating Officer of Calamba Medical Center, in Laguna, Philippines.

Girdhar Gyani

Dr. Girdhar J. Gyani is the Director General, Association of HealthcareProviders (India). Mission of AHPI is to build capacity in Indian health system with focus on patient safety and affordability. He comes with rich experience of over 5-decades in administration, R&D and quality management. Dr GYANI, is widely recognized as founder of healthcare quality in India. During his tenure as Secretary General, Quality Council of India (2003-12), 

Dr. Gyani played pivotal role in formulation and operating of National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers (NABH) for the first time in the country, which has resulted in improving patient safety in country.He is known to have pioneered quality accreditation in varied disciplines like; public services, school education, environment and food safety besides in the manufacturing sector. SME World Magazine in its cover story of June 2012issue, described Dr Gyani as ‘Quality Man of India’.

David Boucher

David is a seasoned healthcare executive whose experience spans for over 40 years which started with a stint in BlueCross and BlueShield in 1981 inSouth Carolina until he moved to hospital and clinic management for various organizations for many years in different capacities.

He is known as a master of creating efficiencies, but never at the expense of service. David is able to achieve quality at a lower cost in Telemedicine, Medical Tourism, Contact Centers, Urgent Care/Retail Operations, e-commerce, and hospitals.

In 2006 to 2016, he was President and Chief Operating Officer of Companion Global Healthcare which pioneered employer-focused Medical Travel benefits. He launched the business of insuring and enabling internationally outsourced medical care wherein American patients were given the option to participate in overseas medical procedures, making global medicine a reality.Companion Global Healthcare was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Blue Cross ofSouth Carolina.

Between 2012 and 2017, he also served as President and Chief Operating Officer of UCI Medical Affiliates which is a provider of non-medical management services to 55 urgent care centers, 25 physical therapy centers, and a wellness center in South Carolina. Here, David introduced telemedicine, becoming the first U.S. urgent care enterprise to embrace and implement telemedicine.

David then journeyed to Bangkok, Thailand and from June, 2018 throughJune, 2020 he worked in the role of Chief Business Transformation Officer at Bumrungrad International Hospital, the #1 medical tourism hospital in the world. He currently serves as Chief of Service Excellence at Dubai-basedAster DM Healthcare.

David’s proficiency includes: developing affiliates worldwide, engaging employees in excellence, fixing problems and growing revenue, planning strategy and business expansion, scaling multi-site operations, and transforming processes, quality and P&L.

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Richard Wright, MD, MPH, is an international consultant and expert on quality and patient safety. He is a board certified internal medicine and infectious disease specialist. Dr. Wright is an independent consultant with the Joint Commission Resources (JCR) and Joint Commission International (JCI), providing consulting services for hospitals and ambulatory centers both in the United States and in numerous countries, with specific expertise in credentialing and privileging, performance measurement and quality management, leadership development, and the use of Lean Redesign methods to improve clinical processes impacting quality and patient safety. 

His expertise is in performance improvement and evaluation, care process redesign, and disease management by clinical teams. Previously, he served as a senior executive of Denver Health Authority as the Executive Director of the largest network of Federally Qualified Community-based Primary Care Health Centers in the country, serving 100,000 residents in Denver and providing more than 300,000 ambulatory visits. Dr. Wright authored numerous articles on a broad array of topics related to healthcare quality and management. 

Thomas Kozlowski

Thomas Kozlowski, PhD is the CEO of Health Strategic Solutions, LLC in the US. With over 40 years of experience in healthcare management, he is seen as a healthcare executive who works within a global market allowing his leadership skills and knowledge to attain institutional success and be a trusted advisor. His expertise in the understanding of cultural and institutional differences continue to be key improvement issues for the C-Suite leadership in the healthcare delivery system workplace in all countries and cultures allowing Dr. Kozlowski to emerge with comprehensive solutions from different perspectives at the decision table. 

Dr. Thomas Kozlowski worked with Joint Commission Resources/Joint Commission International as a Principal Consultant and subsequently consulted with both domestic and international health care organizations in the areas of accreditation readiness and standards compliance. Also served as lecturer and mentor in Quality and Safety Implementation. 

Dr. Kozlowski’s consulting expertise in hospital, ambulatory care, behavioral health care, and long- term care settings include operational assessment; patient safety assessment; environment of care; executive leadership and governing bodies; performance improvement; implementation strategies for rapid response teams; electronic health record assessment; and incorporating tracer methodology and the periodic performance review as management tools. 

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Dr. Sanjeev Singh is a pediatrician with Masters in Hospital Management and PhD in Infection Control. He worked as Regional Coordinator at WHO- India in disease eradication program before joining as Chief Medical 

Superintendent of a 1,2350-bed teaching super specialty hospital Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Center at Kochi. 

Dr. Sanjeev is an Ambassador of India to Society of Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) and has been adjudged “Hero of Infection Control” by the Association of Professionals of Infection Control (APIC), U.S. He is an International surveyor at International Society for Quality (ISQua). He was member of Technical Committee at National Accreditation Board for Hospitals, India (NABH) and was responsible for drafting accreditation standards for 3rd and 4th edition. He is presently the Vice Chairman of Research Committee at NABH and Chairman of Technical Committee at AHPI (Association of Healthcare Providers of India) and Health Sector Council of India (Government of India). He is member of Drug Safety Council (GOI) and member of National Advisory Body on Occupational Exposures. He is also member of Healthcare Committee at Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce of India (FICCI) and Secretary of AHPI- Delhi-NCR. 

Dr. Sanjeev is an external consultant to WHO on regulatory, licensing policy issues and Quality Interventions in India; Technical Advisor to several State government healthcare projects (E- learning, reduction of AMR, Antibiotic Stewardship and Infection Control); Technical Expert for University of Antwerp’s Point Prevalence Surveillance and Institute of Healthcare Improvement’s (US) on Neonatal Collaborative program; and Technical Advisor on Infection Prevention and Antibiotic Stewardship for the State of Kerala, India. 

He has written a book “Hospital Infection Control Guidelines: Principles & Practices” and several international and national publications including editorial committee for Asian Society of Quality Journal, International Journal for Research & Hospital Management and NABH Journal for Quality & Patient Safety. He has been awarded “Best Practices in Infection Control” by GOI and Quality Council of India (QCI) in 2010, “QIMPRO Quality award” for Lean Six Sigma implementation in Healthcare in 2012, “Outstanding Healthcare Professional” by ITP Publishing, Dubai in 2014 and FICCI “Patient Safety” award in 2015 and British Medical Journal (BMJ) award in South Asia for “Infectious Disease Initiative of the Year” in 2016. He was recently awarded as “Most impactful 100 healthcare leaders (global)” by CMA Asia in 2017; awarded “Quality Champion” by Confederation of Accreditation Healthcare Organization (CAHO) in 2018; and “Best Quality Initiative project” by DL Shah Quality Council of India and Ramakrishna Bajaj award in 2019. 

He has done his fellowship in Patient & Healthcare Worker Safety from University of Virginia and fellowship on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) from University of Adelaide. He is an Improvement Advisor at Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI), U.S. and a faculty at Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Kolkata (HEMP) and at IIM Bangalore. Dr. Sanjeev is a Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma. 

Program Director and Moderator
HCA Speakers (1)

Prof. Joyce Socao-Alumno is the Founder & President of HealthCore—the center for global healthcare management, quality accreditation for healthcare and hospitality, and medical tourism services in the Philippines. Ms. Alumno is Patient Safety Ambassador for Patient Safety Movement Foundation advocating patient safety initiatives and globalization of healthcare and is a leading proponent of Medical and Wellness Tourism. Her varied skills make her a well-sought after consultant and speaker in many international conferences and a regular judge and advisor for various organizations. She has represented international quality accreditation agencies such as Quality & Accreditation Institute, Joint Commission International, Accreditation Canada, NABH International, Swiss Approval International, and TEMOS. She is an Adjunct Professor at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business and a certified ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor. Very recently, she was elected President of the Health, Retirement & Tourism (HeaRT) Alliance of the Philippines advocating the development and promotion of the Philippine Health Tourism program of the country.

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Price ₱8,000.00
Instructor HealthCore Academy
Duration 5 days
Enrolled 100 students
Language English
Deadline 18 September 2021
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