Leading a Successful Multigenerational Organization (Long Island)

  • November 12, 2019
  • 6:00 - 9:00 PM
  • Stony Brook MART Theater

         

Leading a Successful Multigenerational Organization
One Great Topic
Two Locations

In today’s complex healthcare environment, a multigenerational workforce presents unfamiliar terrain for healthcare leaders. This panel will discuss how healthcare executives must take proactive steps to create cohesion across generational segments.

Agenda:
6:00 – 7:00      Networking reception
7:00 – 8:30      Panel Discussion
8:30 – 9:00       Q & A

Maximum of 1.5 ACHE face to face credits awarded to attend this program (will not receive 3 credits if you attend the event at both locations)

Date: November 12, 2019
Time:
 6:00-9:00PM
Location: Stony Brook MART Theater
Lauterbur Drive
Stony Brook, New York

**To get to the MART Theater, please enter in through the main entrance of the hospital. If driving, please park in the visitors parking lot. **

Moderator:

Robert Chaloner
Chief Administrative Officer
South Hampton Hospital

Robert Chaloner has 35 years of healthcare administrative experience and has a strong passion for transforming struggling community hospitals and health systems.  For the past twelve years, he has led Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Long Island.

Mr. Chaloner received his undergraduate education at Dartmouth College and his graduate degrees in Health Management and Planning at Columbia University.  He also holds a Master of Business Administration from New York University.

Mr. Chaloner enjoys mentoring and teaching the next generation of healthcare leaders and teaches graduate management courses at Stony Brook University’s School of Health Technology and Management.

Mr. Chaloner serves on the board of many health care and community service organizations. He is the current Chair-elect of the Nassau Suffolk Hospital Council. He is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives where he has served as an inaugural member and immediate past Chair of the LGBTQ Forum.

Panelist #1:


Caitlin Feeks, DO, FAAP
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician
Stony Brook Children’s Hospital

Dr. Caitlin Feeks is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital. Dr. Feeks received a BS in Biology from Long Island University C.W. Post and her medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her Pediatric residency training at Maimonides Infant’s and Children’s Hospital of Brooklyn. Dr. Feeks then went on to complete a three year fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at SUNY Downstate and King’s County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York. Her research interests include physician burnout and wellness in medicine. Her research titled “Prevalence and Risk Factors for Burnout in Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows” was accepted for publication in the journal Pediatric Emergency Care.

Panelist #2:

Allison Roditi, FACHE
Chief Administrator, Sports Medicine Institute
HSS

Allison has been at HSS since 2015 and is currently the Chief Administrator for the Sports Medicine Institute at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS). Prior to this, she was the Senior Director for Sports Medicine at HSS, the Service Line Administrator for South Nassau Hospital’s Surgery & OB/GYN Service Lines, overseeing the strategy, finances and operations for two of the largest service lines at South Nassau, as well as the hospital’s ambulatory surgical practice in Valley Stream. Prior to her position at South Nassau, she held Director level positions in the specialties of Neurosciences, Surgery and Perioperative Services, all at the North Shore LIJ Health System. She was also an adjunct professor of statistics and community health at New York University. Allison is currently the President of Healthcare Leaders of NY (HLNY), the local chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and has served as President Elect, Vice President and Board Member at Large, Long Island Region.  She has been a member of HLNY and ACHE since 2006. She holds the FACHE credential and is board certified in healthcare management.  She has expertise in strategic planning, operations, program growth and development, capital acquisition, personnel recruitment, finance and budgeting.  Allison is an avid volunteer; she was a Little League coach for 4 years for PYA, and is also the Board President of the iLiveFit Foundation, and exercise and fitness charity bringing nutrition, exercise and education to underserved communities in Long Island.  She is the Board Secretary for Twin Pines Community Thrift Shop in Port Washington and a Trustee of Port Jewish Center.

Panelist #3:


Jennifer A. Tevere, MPA
Administrative Director of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery, and Perioperative Services
Northwell Health

Jennifer serves as the director for Emergency Medicine, the Department of Surgery, and Perioperative Services at North Shore University Hospital. Her oversight includes day-to-day non-clinical operations of a 90,000 visit emergency department, the scheduling and charge capture for 23,000 surgeries and key hospital programs such as trauma, colon and rectal surgery, bariatrics, plastics, vascular and transplant.

Previously, Jennifer was an associate in the Management Associate Program at North Shore University Hospital. There she performed comprehensive financial and operational analytics, led projects to drive process redesign, and participated in innovation and strategic development for the hospital.

Prior to joining Northwell Health, Jennifer worked for a boutique investment firm servicing a range of institutional clients with managing their portfolios. There she helped to build the firm’s first proprietary fixed-income trading desk while managing a trading book of her own.  Her role evolved into special operations where she led strategic initiatives such as developing a multi-user trading platform.

A member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts from Hofstra University and a Master of Public Administration from the Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University.

Panelist #4:

Anne Walsh-Feeks, MS, PA(ASCP), FACHE
Assistant Dean and Chief Operating Officer for Ambulatory Operations
Stony Brook Medicine

Anne Walsh-Feeks began her health care career at New York University Medical Center, where she was Supervisor of Pathology. She later joined NYU Winthrop Hospital in Mineola, Long Island, New York, first as Assistant Administrative Director of Laboratories and lastly as Administrative Director of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. In 2008 she joined the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System as Director of Physician & Ambulatory Program Development. In 2011 she joined New York Presbyterian-Queens as the Chief Administrative Officer of their medical group.  She is currently an Assistant Dean and Chief Operating Officer of Ambulatory Operations at Stony Brook Medicine.

Ms. Walsh-Feeks received a BA in Biology from the City University of New York-Queens College and a MS in Health Policy and Management from the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University. She graduated from the SUNY Downstate Medical Center/Kings County Hospital Center Pathologists’ Assistant Training Program and is certified through the ASCP Board of Certification (BOC). Ms. Walsh-Feeks is also a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).

Ms. Walsh-Feeks has previously served as an officer and board member of the American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants. She is currently the treasurer on the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Directors and an Associate Editor of the journal Lab Medicine.

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