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04/14/2018

Newsletter 32

Board, stockholders, and strategic planning session imminent April 24

Dear Fellows and Friends, our continuing strong commitment to improving governance and leadership in health care is demonstrated by the exemplary work of our Fellows. Our Board Members, executive team, and some of our most committed Fellows are in the midst of their pre-work on idealized design.CAMDEN YARDS This is in preparation for our strategic planning session April 24 at The Johns Hopkins Mt. Washington Conference Center. The strategic planning session will be from 11 am-4 pm with lunch in the dining room. The session and luncheon and a strategic planning badge for participants is free to all Fellows but an RSVP is required and can be done HERE

The stockholders and Board of Directors Meeting will last one hour, from 10 am-11 am, immediately preceding and in the same room as the strategic planning meeting. Fellows may attend that meeting, too. A light free continental breakfast will be available from 7:30 am on, for those driving in early or staying the night before. For those still wishing to reserve a sleeping room at the conference center, they are very affordable and the link to reserve a room is HEREBALTIMORE PIER 5

For those who don't know yet, our new relationship with LECOM makes it possible for our Fellows to get a 10% discount on tuition for their on-line Masters of Health Science Administration CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE AN INQUIRY FORM  or Masters of Science in Bioethics run by our own Fellow, Kathy Gennuso CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE AN INQUIRY FORM

In addition to evaluating everyone's pre-work on idealized design, our Board Member and SVP for Ethics, Carl Middleton, is writing a course for our remote learning/badge program on alternative (non-pharmacological) methods of pain management, another area where he is a recognized expert. We will let everyone know wen it is ready. In the meantime, those wishing to earn badges in some of our other courses, YOU CAN CHECK THEM OUT HERE

Mt Washington Village RestaurantsJake Redden, our Chief Learning Officer, is taking the lead in our curriculum development, making sure we provide the tools leaders need to perform at the highest levels of governance. He is working closely with our CFO, Raj Gupta, PhD, who includes among his many portfolios, making our lesson plans available to other academics. Patricia Davidson, PhD, Dean of The School of Nursing at Johns Hopkins University is bringing her vast leadership experience at The Board Level, Executive Level, and National and Global level, to our strategic planning. Bill Greene is joining our Board of Directors and not only shares his wealth of knowledge in supply chain but brings very practical real-world business experience. It will be great to socializes with Rich and Kathy Gennuso, our Fellows and Founders of ICB. It is Kathy who is key to our relationship with LECOM and the very substantial discounts for our Fellows there. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT ETHASSIST

Jhu Conference Center EntranceBring his expertise to the April 24 meeting will be Tyler Cymet, DO, FACP, FACOFP. Tyler is Chief of Clinical Education at The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, past president of The Maryland Medical Society, and emergency Department Physician at The University of Maryland Emergency Medicine Services. Tyler gave a great talk at one of our prior conferences and we are looking forward to his insights April 24.

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