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American Hospital Association (AHA) Experiential Session

 

 

IHE and our strategic partner, the American Hospital Association (AHA), are excited to bring to you an experiential session featuring leaders from the National Taskforce for Humanity in Healthcare (NTH) and WakeMed Physician Practices who will share lessons learned from deploying the NTH Solutions for Thriving to achieve thriving and resiliency in daily practice of medicine.

 

During this interactive session, participants will be immersed in the 5-Step Process and will learn how to move beyond the discussion of burnout and implement solutions that lead to joy, thriving and resiliency for all healthcare team members.  

 

 

Join the IHE Team for the following:

Friday, October 23rd 9:00am -11:30am EST
 
Presenters:
William J. Maples, MD, President and CEO, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence
Read G. Pierce, MD, Sr. Consultant, The Institute for Healthcare Excellence
 
Panelists:
Theresa Amerson, MD, Executive Director for Primary Care and Urgent Care, WakeMed Physician Practices
John Holly, MD, Regional Medical Director, WakeMed Primary Care Division
Sam Chawla, MD, Urologist, WakeMed Health and Hospitals
Karina Meza, MHS, PA-C, Lead Advanced Practice Provider, Urology, WakeMed Health and Hospitals
 

 

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