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Top Five Most Popular ACHE Webinars in 2020

With many in-person activities cancelled or shifted to a virtual space in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ACHE adapted to the changing times and began providing virtual learning opportunities to healthcare professionals. In partnership with several healthcare leaders, organizations and ACHE’s Premier Corporate Partners, we have been able to host 40 webinars since early April, covering topics such as COVID-19, leadership, diversity and inclusion, and many other subject areas important to those in healthcare.

As this extraordinary year wraps up, we have gathered the recordings of our top five webinars. In addition to the webinars below, we encourage you to also check out our podcasts and thought leadership pieces, which are available through our COVID-19 Resource Center and On-Demand Offerings.

Improving the Healthcare System: Innovative Leadership is Essential

Ronald Wyatt, MD, joins ACHE and the Association of University Programs in Health Administration to explore the attributes of today’s successful transformational leaders, including expected leadership behaviors, analytical knowledge required and the ability to have difficult conversations on difficult topics.


A CEO Dialogue on Empowerment and Equity

ACHE President/CEO Deborah J. Bowen, FACHE, CAE, is joined by two CEO panelists: Nancy H. Agee, president/CEO, Carilion Clinic, Roanoke, Va., and Wright L. Lassiter III, president/CEO, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, for a candid conversation about the role of leaders in advancing racial empowerment and working toward health equity.


Managing Risk Adjustment During a Pandemic: Focus on Telehealth

Cheryl Sisteck and Keith Mazzoni of Change Healthcare provide actionable insights on how to use innovative processes, as well as new and possibly untapped technologies to manage risk effectively.


COVID-19 Series with Front-Line Leaders: Recovery and Reimagining of Healthcare at NewYork Presbyterian

Steven J. Corwin, MD, president/CEO, NewYork-Presbyterian, and ACHE Chairman Michael J. Fosina, FACHE, president, NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital/senior vice president, NewYork-Presbyterian, offer their unique perspectives on the impact of the virus and what to expect in the future from working in the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.


COVID-19 Series With Front-Line Leaders: Michael A. Slubowski, FACHE

Michael A. Slubowski, FACHE, president/CEO, Trinity Health, discusses how Trinity is addressing capacity, workforce, communications and supply chain management issues amid the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for a large, multihospital system.

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