Janelle Robinson, FACHE
I wrote in the last newsletter about navigating personal change along with the challenges and uncertainties that accompany change. Well, it would seem that the time has come once again for change. I am ending my two year term as President for Utah Healthcare Executives at the end of March. I’ve spent the last few weeks really thinking about what I might say to you in my last newsletter article before passing duties over to Josh Spaulding, the incoming President. I have decided to share with you my top 3 lessons learned during my role as President at UHE.
Kevin Johnson, FACHE
One of my favorite quotes is by Sir Oliver Wendell Holmes. He said, “I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving…we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it – but sail we must, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.”
Daniel J. Stoddard, MHA
Each issue, UHE spotlights a member of the Utah healthcare executive community. In this issue, we learn more about Lauren Todd.
Lauren Todd has been with Intermountain Healthcare for nearly five years and is currently a Director of Strategic Planning and Business Development for Intermountain Healthcare. Lauren supports hospitals located along the central Wasatch Front with planning, volume projections and market analysis. Throughout Lauren’s career, she has worked to reduce waste and provide a better value/experience for patients.
Brian Black, MHA
Organizations with diverse leaders and employees are more financially sound, have more engaged employees, are more innovative, and have less employee turnover. Why is a more diverse and inclusive workforce important to you?
UHE welcomes the following new members to our chapter!
When it comes to the interview process, preparation is key. Even the best candidates can be overlooked during the interview process if they fail to make a lasting impact.
ACHE would like to know if your organization is offering a postgraduate fellowship for the upcoming year.
The opportunity to lead is an incredible privilege—a doorway to bring about positive change in the communities we serve and to be part of something bigger. Leadership, however, can be challenging, and ACHE is dedicated to supporting you along the way.
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