September 28, 2015
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Message from THEF's President
Message from Your ACHE Regent - Fall 2015
Transformative Care Summit a Success!
THEF/UNC HESA win Chapter Accomplishments in Diversity Award
Board nominations due October 15
THEF thanks BCBSNC for its generous sponsorship
THEF Thanks Veteran Board Member, Bankie Olatosi
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Advance to FACHE!
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THEF's 2015 Board

Neil Kinard, FACHE, President

Compliance, Duke PDC
Office: 919-613-0741
neil.kinard@dm.duke.edu 

 Jessica Landin, President Elect 
Senior Director, Market Operatins, Evolent Health/WKCC
(919) 593-0154 
jlandin@evolenthealth.com

 

 Carol Dorn Sanders, Immediate Past President
V.P. of Marketing, Medfusion 
Cell: (919) 815-1703
carol.sanders@
medfusion.com


 Heather Grant, Treasurer
Regional Manager, UNC Physicians Network
heather.grant@uncpn.com

Julie Farmer (Emerson), Secretary
Business Operations Analyst, UNC Health Care
julie.farmer@unchealth
.unc.edu


Cameron Ebron, Education Co-chair
Network Development & Physician Relations, UNC Health Care
Office: (984) 974-1245
cameron.ebron@unchealth.
unc.edu
 

Robert Martin, Education Co-Chair 
Human Resources Recruiter, Duke Raleigh Hospital
(336) 693-6673 
r.martin@dm.duke.edu

Christa Johnston, FACHE, Fellowship Advancement Chair
Administrative Director, Private Diagnostic Clinic, PLLC
Office: (919) 572-6046 | Cell: (919)349-2731
christa.johnston@duke.edu

Sarah Mitschke, Communications Chair
Administrative Fellow, Duke University Hospital 
Office: (919) 613-9617
sarah.mitschke@dm.
duke.edu
 

 Heather Bogan, Sponsorship Chair 
VP of Performance Services, VHA Inc. 
Office: (919) 345-5344
hbogan@vha.com

 Erika Blackston, Membership/Volunteer Chair
Revenue Manager, Duke University Health System
Office: (919) 620-3292
erika.griffin@dm.duke.edu

Andrew Keimig, UNC HESA President

 

Message from THEF's President

In addition to providing our traditional education and networking events for 2015, our board’s list of goals also included a follow-up day-long event as well as partnering with new groups in our healthcare community.

Our day-long event highlighting transformative care took place on September 17th at Embassy Suites in Cary. We had three panels and moderators lined up to cover transformative care partnerships in the community, with physicians, and in population health.

We are very grateful for the financial support of our sponsors—LabCorp and Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC, as well as our partners—North Carolina Association of Healthcare Quality. Also, this event would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of our THEF subcommittee members who worked for months to bring this idea to fruition—Cameron Ebron and Robert Martin.

All chapter members should have received an email from us regarding the opportunity to nominate for THEF’s 2016 Board.  If you’re interested, please send an email to thefnc@gmail.com.

Fourth quarter is always a busy time for THEF in hosting some great events, but it’s also the time when we begin planning for the next year. Jessica Landin, president-elect will be moving into the leadership role in January, and our chapter will be in great and capable hands. In December, we will be hosting our board’s planning retreat—an opportunity to get to know our new board members, build on successes of previous years, and set goals for the year to come. Between now and early December, I would encourage you to share any ideas you might have on programs that you would like to see or areas for improvement that you think we need to address.

Thank you for your support of Triangle Healthcare Executives’ Forum, and since this will be my last president’s letter before late December, I would like to wish you the happiest of holiday seasons!

-Neil Kinard, FACHE
THEF President


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