|SOHL Programs: Quarterly Updates|
June 25, 2019 - Leading a Culture of Patient Safety:
participants were in attendance and pledged to support the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Leading for
Safety initiative at
SOHL’s Leading a Culture of Patient Safety Program. Christopher D. Howard,
President and CEO of Sharp HealthCare, provided opening remarks, and Aaron
Byzak, Chief External Affairs Officer of Tri-City Medical Center, and Jerry
Kolins, Medical Director of Palomar Health Laboratories, followed with a
presentation on patient safety reform in assisted living, how professionals
raised in different cultures affect patient safety, and the pros and cons of
A special thank
you to Sharp HealthCare for sponsoring SOHL and hosting the program at their
facility. Presenters and SOHL members in attendance are pictured below.
July 28, 2019 – Live Well San Diego 5k and Kids 1-Mile Fun Run:
The “SOHL Heroes”
Team joined thousands in the Live Well San Diego 5k and Kids 1-Mile Fun Run at the County Administration Center
Waterfront Park. The event brought thousands of San Diegans together in
support of a healthy, safe, and thriving San Diego County.
A special thank you to the SOHL Heroes Team for donating
or attending the event: Moyosore Buari, Amanda O’Neal Brummitt, Brett Brummitt,
Carol Cannizzo, Jeff Jimenez, Angela Fang, James Beers, and Nora Bota.
July 30, 2019 – Illegal and Unethical Practices in Addiction Care:
SOHL held the Illegal
and Unethical Practices in Addiction Care in partnership with its sponsor,
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Over 20 participants were in attendance to hear
from Bob Poznanovich, VP of Business Development for Hazelden Betty Ford. Attendees
participated in an open discussion about ethical practices and consumer
protection in addition treatment.
A special thank
you to the SOHL sponsors, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation for providing the
presentation and AMN Healthcare for providing the facility. Attendees are
August 14, 2019 – SOHL Executive Program Kick-Off Event:
Van Gorder, President and CEO of Scripps Health, kicked-off the 2019 SOHL
Executive Program with a presentation on Effecting Change through Front-Line
Leadership. This year’s SOHL Executive Program consists of approximately
25 participants who are eager to learn from C-level healthcare professionals in
San Diego County on a variety of topics (e.g., leadership, public health,
healthcare management, informatics, policy, and organizational efficiency). The
program prepares the next generation of senior executives who will guide their
organization and significantly impact the future of healthcare.
special thank you to SOHL’s sponsor, Scripps Health, for providing the
presentation and hosting the event at their facility. Pictured below is the
2019 SOHL Executive Program Cohort with guest speaker, Chris Van Gorder, and
Executive Program Co-Chairs, Andrea Gonzalez and Celerina Cornett.
28, 2019 – Bridging the Healthcare Gap: Improving the Quality and Diversity of
SOHL members heard
from various speakers, including Dr. Ross Colt, PACE Medical Director, Carla
Holland, Director of the Small Business Development Center, and Virna Little,
COO of Concert Health, on healthcare matters to increase the delivery and
quality of patient-centered care.
A special thank you
to Kelly Price Noble and SOHL sponsor, University of Phoenix, for organizing the
10, 2019 – CEO Rounds – CAPT Spencer T. Schoen, First Medical Battalion Camp
participants joined SOHL for CAPT Spencer T. Schoen’s discussion of his
role as Commander of the First Medical Battalion and how that relates to a CEO
of a civilian organization. The participants were guided through a tour of
the Shock Trauma Platoon and Forward Resuscitative Surgery Support.
A special thank you
to Mark Campbell for his assistance and coordination, along with Jared Vogt, to
provide this unique opportunity to the SOHL members. Pictures from the event
are included below.
September 19-20, 2019 - California Health IT Summit:
top executives, physicians, practice management, and IT decision makers from
North America’s leading provider organizations and physician practices in Los
Angeles, CA for a two- day executive Health IT Summit. Speakers will discuss a
wide range of issues, topics, and latest strategies, including data security,
population health, data analytics, accountable care, telemedicine, and more.
This exclusive, high-level program is a great opportunity to stay ahead of the
challenges we all face and to network with other healthcare leaders and
colleagues. Learn more and see the full agenda.
September 26, 2019 – CareerEDGE & You: Mapping Your Career
you ever completed a gap analysis between the skills and expertise you offer
and what the healthcare marketplace needs? CareerEDGE is an exclusive ACHE
member benefit designed to help you identify the gaps you need to hone your
skill set and help you advance as a healthcare leader. We invite you to join
SOHL and our two featured speakers, Rachel Gregoire from the ACHE Career
Resource Center and Melinda Hudson from our own SOHL Board, as we share best practices
for maximizing your use of this free career management tool to build your
competitive edge, click here for more information.
September 28, 2019 – Graduate Student Council Student Member
The Graduate Student Council is hosting a SOHL Student
Member Happy Hour on Saturday, September 28, 2019, at 5:00
PM at Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station, 2816
Historic Decatur Rd, San Diego, CA 92106. At
this event, attendees will be provided with a list of internship opportunities
throughout San Diego County. This will be a great opportunity to converse with
other graduate students who are currently completing their internship and to
hear all the exciting skills and projects they are working on and share
Other Upcoming Events:
October 25, 2019:
SOHL Annual Conference (Face to Face Credits available)
November 2019: Operations
Management and Efficiency (Face to Face Credits may be available)
SOHL Program Questions: Please contact SOHL Program Co-Chairs, Nora Bota at firstname.lastname@example.org and Jared Vogt at email@example.com for further details and questions
about SOHL Programs.