Highlight on conference keynote speakers
Monday Keynote Speaker Mark Scharenbroich, CSP, CPAE
Mark Scharenbroich has spoken to more than 3,500 audiences. He has earned an Emmy award, been inducted into the National Speakers Association’s prestigious Hall of Fame, and received international film awards for his film, The Greatest Days of Your Life…(so far). He is also the author of Nice Bike: Making Meaningful Connections on the Road of Life. Mark has spent his career working in both education and business, discovering how some of the best organizations and industry leaders build a culture that encourages personal and professional growth.
Mix thousands of black leather, bandana-wearing Harley-Davidson riders, a 100th year anniversary celebration and a beige Ford Taurus and you get the Nice Bike principle in action. Join author and motivational speaker Mark Scharenbroich as he takes us on a ride to build stronger connections in our personal and professional lives.
Mark will inspire you, motivate you, and validate the importance of recognizing people to improve employee and team performance. The Nice Bike principle will demonstrate three powerful steps: acknowledge, honor and connect to develop stronger relationships.
Part motivational speaker, part thought-provoker and entertainer, Mark tells engaging stories on how to develop meaningful connections.
Tuesday Keynote Speaker M. Tray Dunaway, MD, FACS, CSP
Tray Dunaway is a world-class medical record delinquent and practiced as an every-other-night-on-call general surgeon in Camden, SC, where he endured 17 years of having his staff telling him, “stop talking to the patients and hurry up so we can go home.” He finally figured out a way to actually get paid for speaking and now no longer has to get out of bed in the middle of the night to go to the OR. Dr. Dunaway created a business solution for physicians, PAs and nurse practitioners when he simplified and streamlined E&M coding and, in the process of keeping clinicians out of compliance jail, discovered how to connect physicians, hospitals, patients, and all the “dots” of healthcare in more meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships.
Connecting the Dots of Healthcare: Better Healthcare through Mutuality
We all work in an increasingly complex matrix creating an ecosystem of healthcare. Decisions and actions by any individual, group, or organization of these “dots of healthcare” affect the entire ecosystem composed of other “dots.” Using principal foundational elements, Dr. Dunaway weaves a program to help cope with future changes and not just survive, but thrive. He will focus on a few key elements and contributions that physician recruitment can make to illustrate that we are all in a complex network of interconnectivity and our ultimate solutions to challenges come from this network.
This award-winning, powerful physician speaker will share his secrets of success to connect “the dots of healthcare” in more meaningful ways with humor, honesty, and surprising insights from a physician’s perspective. Don’t miss this presentation that has garnered rave reviews from healthcare audiences, will leave you in stitches, and will touch your mind as well as your heart.
Wednesday Keynote Speaker M. Shane Foreman
Shane Foreman is the Principal and Founder of 3d Health. Shane is a noted healthcare strategist, author, and speaker. He helps establish and grow healthcare businesses. Shane applies his 23 years of professional expertise and experience to working with hospitals and health systems to define high impact strategies, relationships, and business structures.
Shane’s work has been published and cited across the country in numerous publications including ADVANCE for Imaging & Radiation Oncology, CAP Today, The Dallas Morning News, Diagnostic Imaging, Family Practice Management, Healthcare Financial Management, HealthLeaders Magazine, Journal of the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters, Radiology Business Journal, SmartBrief, and World Research Group, to name a few.
Physician Recruitment in a Post-Reform Era
There are 32 essential elements included in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (“Healthcare Reform”). While interesting and dizzying at the same time, many of the elements simply do not impact physician recruitment. However, portions of Healthcare Reform will fundamentally change physician recruitment.
The Post-Reform Era will call for a different type of physician, a more sophisticated physician recruitment process, and physician recruiters with new and different skill sets. This session will provide participants with the knowledge, insight, and energy to evolve into the physician recruiter of the future.