Workplace of the Future: Becoming a Destination Workplace

Featured speakers include:

George Foyo

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George Foyo
Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer
Baptist Health South Florida

Craig Deao

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Craig Deao
Research and Development Leader
Studer Group




Wednesday, October 14, 2015

8:30 - 9:20AM

Networking Coffee

9:30 - 10:30 AM

Opening Keynote

George Foyo
Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Baptist Health South Florida

10:35 - 11:35 AM

Workplace Wellness in Flux

Most employers offer some type of employee health and wellness programs aimed at boosting employees' physical activity levels, curbing nicotine use and promoting good nutrition. But many healthcare organizations are still unsure about which wellness strategies show the most promise for improving employee health and cutting costs, and how to best to motivate employees to participate. Adding to that uncertainty are proposed rules, issued earlier this year by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which would limit workplace wellness incentives and penalties and impose other requirements. In this concurrent session, attendees will learn more about the benefits of wellness programs, including which approaches have produced the best results. Our expert panel will also review the EEOC's proposed rules and explain what the requirements would mean for organizations like yours.

Nico Pronk
Vice President for Health Management, Chief Science Officer, HealthPartners

Daniel Timblin
President and CEO, Onlife Health, Wellness Unit of BlueCross BlueShield Tennessee

11:45 - 12:45 PM

Networking Luncheon

12:55 - 1:50 PM

The Leadership Pipeline: Cultivating Your Organization's High-Potential Employees

Becoming a destination workplace means having the systems in place to ensure that promising employees have opportunities to advance and acquire the skills to do so effectively. In this session, attendees will hear from the Cleveland Clinic's chief human resources officer, Joseph Cabral, who will share his thoughts on the critical role that robust leadership-development strategies play in attracting and retaining top talent. Cabral will share his experiences, both at Cleveland Clinic and at North Shore-LIJ Health System, where he led human resources for a decade and spearheaded the implementation of a high-potential leadership development program credited with a 95% retention rate among its more than 500 past participants.

Joseph Cabral
Chief Human Resources Officer, Cleveland Clinic

1:55 - 2:50 PM

Making Employee Safety a Top Priority

In this timely and informative session, speakers from past Best Places to Work in Healthcare award-winning organizations will discuss their strategies for keeping their employees safe in the workplace. Panelists will address a range of topics, including safe patient handling, reducing the risk of workplace violence and preventing exposure to pathogens. They will also discuss the importance of organizational culture and the link between employee safety and effective, safe patient care.

Kim Bordenkircher
CEO, Henry County Hospital

Betsy Hunsicker
CEO, West Valley Medical Center

Margaret Roley
Chief Nursing Officer, South Baldwin Regional Medical Center

2:50 - 3:20 PM

Networking Break

3:30 - 4:30 PM

Closing Keynote: Creating a Culture That Drives Engagement

Craig Deao
Research and Development Leader, Studer Group

2014 conference speakers included:

Chris Van Gorder, President and Chief Executive Officer, Scripps Health, Michael Ugwueke, President and Chief Operating Officer, Methodist Le Bonheur, Lynn Mitchell, MD, Chief Medical Officer, OU Physicians, Bill Wooten, Executive Director, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Daniel Timblin, President and Chief Executive Officer, Onlife Health/BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Gerald Barbini, President and Chief Executive Officer, Allegan General Hospital, Ray Kendrick, Senior Vice President Human Resources, Memorial Healthcare System, Dr. Gerald Hickson, Senior Vice President for Quality/Safety and Risk Prevention, Vanderbilt University Medical Center

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? Location

Omni Nashville

Nashville, TN