HPS Presenting at the Center for Healthcare Governance fall Symposium
BOZEMAN, MT (May 24, 2016)
Tom Olivo, Founding Partner of Healthcare Performance Solutions (HPS) will be the general session speaker for The American Hospital Association’s Center for Healthcare Governance (Center) at their fall Symposium on leading and governing health care organizations, on September 18-20, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Boston. The Symposium theme is Embracing and Effecting Change: Governance and Leadership of Transforming Organizations.
Industry leaders will gather in Boston to discuss strategy and best practices navigating the increasingly complex world of healthcare. Expert research conducted by Healthcare Performance Solutions and the measurement research arm of the firm, Success Profiles, Inc., has quantified increasing complexity within the context of healthcare leadership effectiveness. Results revealed a number of challenges and opportunities to help leaders succeed within this complex environment. According to Tom Olivo, “when organizations align and match the talent level of leaders with the predetermined complexity of their assigned roles, they increase their overall odds of success from 3:1 against to 2:1 in their favor.”
The Symposium is designed for governing boards, CEO’s, senior executives, physicians and key clinical leaders. Since it was established in 2002, Healthcare Performance Solutions has been working exclusively with these leaders in hospitals and health systems across the United States. Those in attendance at the Symposium will hear Tom explain how health care providers continue to search for ways to compete for every dollar. Two measures that can assure a hospital’s survival and even set the foundation for long term growth are leadership appointment practices and talent management programs. “Leadership ultimately shapes every aspect of an organization,” says Olivo, “and getting the right people in the right roles generates success in difficult environments.”
An affiliated organization of the American Hospital Association, the Center supplies advisors who are nationally recognized as the foremost voices in the practice of hospital and health system governance. HPS is proud to participate in the fall Symposium and shares the common goal to advocate and support excellence in health care governance.
The Center for Healthcare Governance is authorized to award a total of 19.25 hours of pre-approved ACHE Qualified Education credit (non-ACHE) for this program toward advancement or recertification in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
For media inquiries or to schedule an interview with Tom Olivo, call: 406.582.8884, Ext. 1.