NORTH TEXAS HEALTHCARE COMPLIANCE PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION
Invites Members and Guests to Our Next Group Luncheon
“Physician Conflict Resolution: It Happens”
Leadership Development and Executive Coach
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Dallas Ft. Worth Hospital Council Offices
250 Decker Drive, Irving, TX 75062-2706
RSVP hereby Noon on April 14, 2014
Register Early As Space Is Limited
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The North Texas Healthcare Compliance Professionals Association (NTHCPA) invites members and other interested health care compliance professionals faced with these and other challenges to join us on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for our Study Group Luncheon featuring Leadership Development and Executive Coach Jane Ryan speaking on “Physician Conflict Resolution: It Happens.”
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY, HOW
Conflicts among physicians or between physicians and others within an organization present significant risks and challenges for health care organizations impacting everything from quality, patient care, peer review, employment or shareholder liability, Joint Commission accreditation, recruitment and turnover and more. While most health care organizations and providers recognize the importance of preventing and managing these issues, finding or developing workable practical skills and strategies to keep or take the heat out of physician relationships is much more difficult. Ms. Ryan will lead a practical skill-development focused workshop to help health care compliance and other health care leaders understand and hone their skills for preventing, challenging and managing conflict among physicians.
- Who is Negatively Impacted by Conflict?
- What Can Be Done to Prevent and Resolve Conflict?
- What are the Repercussions of Conflict?
- What Does It Look Like When Conflict is Prevented?
- What Information is Important to Learn?
- When and Why can Conflict Take Place?
- When is Conflict Disruptive and Damaging?
- Where does Conflict Take Place?
- Why Should I/We Care?
- Why is this Important to Address?
- HOW can I Make a Difference Now and in the Future?
- What are strategies for institutionalizing these skills within your organization?
Registration & Meeting Details
The meeting scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on April 15, 2014 at the offices of the Dallas Ft Worth Hospital Council, 250 Decker Drive, Irving, TX 75062-2706 will feature a complimentary luncheon for those who timely R.S.V.P. Networking and lunch service will begin at 11:30 a.m. Our program will begin at Noon. There is no charge to participate in the meeting. However space is limited and available only on a first come, first serve basis. To ensure your spot and help us to arrange for adequate space and refreshments for this meeting, R.S.V.P. here as soon as possible and no later than Noon on April 14, 2014. Walk in guests will be accommodated on a space-available basis only.
About The Speaker, Jane Ryan
Jane has over 20 years’ experience working with C-suite executives to line managers in leadership development, executive coaching, corporate learning and development and career transition coaching. She specializes in helping individuals as well as organizations in diverse industries achieve optimal performance levels through a very focused and measurable coaching process that produces measurable results. During Jane’s career she has worked with Fortune 50 to 1000 companies worldwide in the areas of organizational development. After a successful career with Wyatt (now Towers Watson) and Hewitt Associates (now AonHewitt), Jane now focuses her expertise helping individuals and organizations reach peak performance objectives through her intuitive ability to engage and drive human potential. She has a unique ability to quickly align and build rapport and trust with her clients and is a respected leader in her field.
Jane is a Servant Leader who strives to achieve results for organizations by giving priority attention to the needs of those she serves – a humble steward of an organization’s human and financial resources.
In Jane’s coaching engagements she continuously and successfully helps executives and management achieve targeted and measureable results in their professional development. Her team coaching produces positive and measureable behavioral changes that build trust, collaboration and greater productivity and operational efficiencies. Also, transferring 20 years of business development and client management knowledge she has an innate talent helping professional service firms and sales teams develop and engage Strategic Account Planning with proven results retaining and expanding client relationships and services and increasing new business wins in today’s competitive business environment.
Jane is completing the final stages of her PhD in Psychology with her dissertation on leadership and social change. She holds a MS in Psychology with specialization in teaching and adult learning from Walden with a 3.76 GPA, and a BA in Psychology from Ashford University, graduating Magnum Cum Laude, she is an honored member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, Biltmore’s Who’s Who registry of executives and professionals, Toastmaster’s International and a certified emotional intelligence coach and psychometric assessments specialist.
About the NTHCPA
NTHCPA exists to champion ethical practice and compliance standards and to provide the necessary resources for ethics and compliance Professionals and others in North Texas who share these principles. The vision of NTHCPA is to be a pre-eminent compliance and ethics group promoting lasting success and integrity of organizations within North Texas.
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Thanks To Solutions Law Press, Inc.
The NTHCPA thanks Solutions Law Press, Inc. ™. and its Coalition for Responsible Health Policy and Project COPE: the Coalition on Patient Empowerment, for its generous underwriting support of the April 15, 2014 luncheon.
Solutions Law Press, Inc.™ publishes the Health Care Update and other resources, as well as provides health care risk management, legal compliance, management effectiveness and other briefings, training, policy and operational consulting, and other resources and services on health care, human resources, employee benefits, compensation, data security and privacy, insurance, and other key compliance, risk management, internal controls and other key operational concerns. To review or receive the Health Care Update, participate in discussions in the Solutions Law Press, Inc. ™ LinkedIn Group or for other information about Solutions Law Press, Inc. resources and services, see http://www.SolutionsLawPress.com.
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