NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / July 28, 2022 / Last week, health system leaders from across the country convened for the first time in over three years for the American Hospital Association's Leadership Summit in San Diego, CA. During the three-day leadership event, Tracy Duberman, PhD, Founder and President of The Leadership Development Group, led an intensive panel discussion focused on Radically Collaborative Leadership. Over 120 hospital leaders attended the interactive session to learn about what it takes to drive innovation, tackle health equity and promote wellness.
The provocative panelists including both incumbent healthcare leaders as well as disruptors including Stephen Klasko, MD, Former President and Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Philadelphia; Chinni Pulluru, MD, Vice President, Clinical Operations, Walmart Health Omnichannel Care; Craig Samitt, MD, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, ITO Advisors; and Phoebe L. Yang, JD, General Manager, Amazon Web Services, Healthcare. Through a collaborative process leveraging the insights of both the panel and the audience, Tracy led participants in the creation of a radically new leadership success profile, which outlines the leadership dimensions required to drive the transformative change required in the healthcare industry.
From left to right: Tracy Duberman, PhD, TLD Group; Chinni Pulluru, MD, Walmart Health; Craig Samitt, MD, ITO Advisors; Phoebe L. Yang, JD, Amazon Web Services; and Stephen Klasko, MD, Thomas Jefferson University.
"What an honor and privilege it was to moderate this discussion with these industry icons who explored the major forces driving radical change in the health ecosystem, the mandate for health equity, the flood of private equity into health care, and the influx of AI and digital transformation. It was inspiring to hear our panelists share their experiences leading collaborative change and working with the great minds in our audience to translate those insights and experiences into actionable leadership dimensions," said Tracy Duberman, CEO of The Leadership Development Group.
"Thank you to the AHA and TLD Group for bringing together this panel to discuss such an important topic. The courage and collaborative innovation of leaders and health systems will define the ability to survive and thrive in the next iteration of health care delivery. More importantly it is our responsibility to work together to solve some of the toughest problems in inequity, inhumanity, and access in the health care world," said Chinni Pulluru, MD, Vice President, Clinical Operations, Walmart Health Omnichannel Care.
Phoebe L. Yang, JD, General Manager, Amazon Web Services, Healthcare added, "It was a pleasure to dive deep and "get real" with some of healthcare's most important leaders to break down the challenges to true healthcare transformation. I enjoyed convening with the group to address how different players in the industry can collaborate in radically different ways to achieve the affordable, accessible, equitable, and excellent care we all want and know we need."
The participants of the intensive will receive a summary report and leadership success profile for the radically new health ecosystem leader along with strategies for using the profile to advance, develop, retain, and attract high potential talent for the future. "By sharing the profile and action steps for attracting, selecting, and developing a new generation of leaders, we hope to empower health systems to drive actionable solutions to the industry's most pressing challenges," Duberman added.
The Leadership Development Group (TLD Group) is the premiere health ecosystem talent development firm providing customized solutions to help develop leaders and teams to execute strategy through their Executive Coaching, Team Development, Succession Planning, and cohort-based Leadership Academies. Since 2011, TLD Group has supported hundreds of executives and teams within leading health systems, biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, payers, and health adjacent companies including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Bristol-Myers Squibb, GlaxoSmithKline, NewYork-Presbyterian Health System, Sanofi, Takeda, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, CommonSpirit, and many more. For more information, visit www.tldgroupinc.com.
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SOURCE: The Leadership Development Group