Winter 2020 Education Event: Save the Date!
December 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Title: Virtual: COVID-19: What We Learned: Leadership***EVENING EVENT***
Virtual Platform / Login Information: Confirmed registrants will be sent a Zoom Link and instructions in early December. Be mindful of any data charges you may incur if you are not connected to WIFI or other types of high-speed internet.
Face-to-Face Requirements: ACHE at the National level requires virtual participants to complete interactive discussions and short assignments during the panel to earn F2F hours; please make sure you plan your schedule accordingly.
Capacity Limit: ACHE has imposed a 50-attendee max for all virtual events. A waitlist will be available and if the limit is reached you are encouraged to place your name on the waitlist. You will be automatically notified if a spot becomes available.
COVID-19: What We Learned: Leadership: Emergency management efforts are critical to effectively prepare and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. Public health and healthcare organizations operate in extremely complex environments that can be exacerbated in an emergency setting. The outbreak of COVID-19 presents a dynamic application of wide-scaled responses that requires decisive leadership activities and coordination. The session will cover and provide a general debrief of the COVID-19 Pandemic response from a leadership perspective.
1. Stacy Foremski, MHA – panel moderator. Special Assistant to the COO, University Health System
2. Ed Banos, FACHE – COO, University Health System
3. Colonel Heather Yun, M.D., Infectious Disease Physician & Executive Vice President (Deputy Commander) for Medical Services, Brooke Army Medical Center
4. Ryan D. Van Ramshorst, M.D., M.P.H. Pediatrician & Chief Medical Director, Texas Health and Human Services Commission (Medicaid & CHIP Services)
5:45 – 6:00: Login/registration
6:00 – 6:05: Panel Introduction
6:05 – 7:35: Panel Presentation & Q/A
For questions please contact Brian Turner, FACHE – Programs Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org