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Trustee Track

The Leadership Summit offers trustees a new track of programming to connect the work of governance to the challenges of delivery system transformation.  The Summit’s Trustee Track will provide one-on-one opportunities for board members to dive deeper into emerging trends and best practices with governance and health care experts.  Through peer-to-peer learning forums board members will gain practical ideas to help them foster improved health and outcomes for the communities they serve. 

The track’s flexible programming allows trustees to attend Summit sessions and engage with experts and peers.  Governance specialist Jamie Orlikoff will serve as the navigator for trustees throughout the track, facilitating translation of the critical issues addressed at the Summit to best practices for boards.

Pre-Summit Workshop
Thursday, July 27, 8:00-10:00 am
Trends and Effective Governance in a Time of Challenge and Change
James E. Orlikoff, president, Orlikoff & Associates, Inc.

Dizzying trends and market forces are challenging hospitals and systems like they have never been challenged before.  So, too, are boards facing unprecedented challenges which threaten to alter the very soul of health care governance.  In this workshop, Jamie Orlikoff will identify these trends and emerging issues and their implications on effective governance, and outline strategies for boards to productively respond to these challenges in order to govern their organizations successfully into an uncertain future.

Trustee Breakfast
Friday, July 28, 7:00-8:15 am

Advancing Population Health Improvement:  The Board’s Role

Facilitated by Jamie Orlikoff, this panel of governance practitioners including UW Medicine trustee Kimberly McNally, will examine key elements of board involvement as hospitals and health systems assume risk for the health of a population including community outreach and collaborations with critical stakeholders.



Trustee Lunch    (Pre-registration is required.)
Friday, July 28, 12:15-1:45 pm
 
Stewards and Catalysts: Aligning Boards, Management and Physicians to Improve the Patient Experience
Anthony Stanowski, DHA, Chair of Board Quality Committee, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System and Shelly Buck, DNP, Chief Operating Officer/Chief Nurse Executive, Bon Secours Baltimore Health System

Drs. Buck and Stanowski will review the approach implemented at Bon Secours Baltimore Health System to improve the patient experience with a special focus on the role of the  Board of Trustees in reaffirming the mission of the hospital, in goal setting, and to provide exposure to individuals and teams that have demonstrated superlative patient experience.  They will examine how management worked with the board and the medical staff to turn around Bon Secours, and generate the necessary staff buy-in.

Trustees Resources Center
The place to gather resources on good governance and meet with experts and other trustees.  Stop by to join informal conversations around key Summit issues, ask questions, and share your own experiences.

Friday, July 28:
10:15-11:15 am

Grinnell Medical Center President & CEO Todd Linden. 
Topic: The board’s role in quality and safety

11:15 am-12:15 pm   
Health care futurist Ian Morrison. 
Topic: Delivery system innovations

3:00-4:00 pm  
Governance expert Jamie Orlikoff. 
Topic: Best board practices

Trustee Breakfast
Saturday, July 29, 7:00-8:15 am

Interactive Governance Clinic
Wrap-up your Summit experience and bring your questions about health care’s transformation as well as your thorniest governance issues for deliberation with your peers and Trustee Track navigator Jamie Orlikoff.  You’ll gain practical solutions and proactive ideas for leading in the new environment while improving governance performance.