Ethical Leadership in Uncertain Times

A program funded in part by the Foundation of ACHE’s Fund for Innovation in Healthcare Leadership

The half-day session will feature keynote Jack Gilbert, EdD, FACHE, discussing ethical leadership in the era of reform and a panel of healthcare executives who will explore effective, intentional and practical ways for healthcare leaders to strengthen their organization’s focus on doing the right thing.

You'll Learn:

  • The impact of millions of newly insured entering the healthcare delivery system
  • The connection between care disparities and cost, quality and safety
  • Adapting our systems to meet the healthcare needs of diverse populations
  • Striving to create equity in a time of rapid healthcare transformation

Presented by:

Jack Gilbert, EdD, FACHE is a clinical associate professor and Director of Executive and Professional Development in the College of Health Solutions and the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University. He is also a Lincoln Scholar in the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics and a contributor on ethics to Healthcare Executive magazine. Dr Gilbert will lead this seminar by sharing the outcome of his research and practice working with healthcare organization on some of their most pressing ethical issues. His key outcome is for healthcare leaders and their staff to always do the ‘right thing’ throughout their organization.

A select panel of healthcare CEOs will react to Dr. Gilbert’s remarks and share experiences related to the ethical challenges of balancing mission and margin.

For those already participating in the Salt Lake City Cluster, continue your professional growth with this important session. Or just participate in this morning workshop and leave with a renewed sense of commitment.


Who Should Attend

Healthcare executives at all levels

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