The Healthcare Talent Imperative

Skills, Safety, and Well-Being

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Duration: 1 hour

The healthcare HR community has a strong tradition of sharing ideas and innovations. With COVID-19 accelerating many trends and disrupting others, this is a crucial time to learn from one another.

Hear insights from HR executives at three major health systems on how they are approaching this deeply challenging moment, and what they see ahead.

Their discussion covers a range of the pressing challenges HR leaders face today, including:

  • Managing worker safety and well-being during a global pandemic
  • Supporting talent programs amidst financial strain and razor thin margins
  • Staffing and skills for the urgent needs today and the anticipated needs of tomorrow

The next twelve months will look dramatically different than the last twelve. Gain insight and inspiration to prepare for what’s next from leaders on the forefront of HR innovation.

About the Speakers

Cathy Fraser CHRO Mayo Clinic

Kelly Oliphant VP of Organizational Development & Learning and Clinical Education Memorial Hermann Health System

Gerard Camacho, MPA, JCDC AVP of Learning and Career Development Atrium Health

Doug Stefano at Bright Horizons

Doug Stefano leads Bright Horizons’ healthcare practice. In this role, he’s charged with keeping Bright Horizons on the forefront of healthcare trends and ensuring that their solutions meet real needs and create maximum value for hospital clients. He and his team help CHROs, CNOs, and other health system leaders reframe their people strategies and win talent. He also specializes in empowering top Magnet hospitals to use their tuition assistance benefit as the foundation for workforce planning and for exceeding Institute of Medicine and Magnet recommendations.