Whitepapers, Webcasts, & Podcasts

Whitepapers

  • HLNY Membership Townhall - Presentation Slide Deck

    February 29, 2024

    For those who could not attend our First Membership Townhall of 2024, be sure to take a look at the presentation slides and learn more about the leadership of your local ACHE Chapter, Healthcare Leaders of New York

  • Increase Capacity Using Your Existing Beds and Staff

    Managing inpatient capacity is one of the
    most critical challenges for health systems. It
    requires a daily balancing act of coordinating
    bed availability, patient throughput, and
    staffing needs in unison to ensure optimal
    patient care and collaboration across care
    teams to ensure timely discharges and make
    room for new patient admissions.

  • Digital Transformation of Core OR Processes

    Monument Health Rapid City Hospital is a community hospital in South Dakota, consisting of 12 operating rooms, 4 endoscopy suites, and is a licensed Level II trauma center.
    Rapid City Hospital is the largest medical center in the region, supporting over 360,000 people in
    western South Dakota. Rapid City Hospital is the largest of five hospitals in the Monument Health system, all located in the Black Hills region. It has been dedicated to serving the community
    and providing high quality healthcare since 1878. The system is also part of the Mayo Clinic Care Network, which provides improved quality of care to patients at no additional cost.

  • Building Your Executive Presence

    What is Executive Presence?
    Executive presence is a crucial aspect of career advancement, as it reflects a leader's ability to communicate effectively, inspire confidence, and project a professional image. Having a strong executive presence can make all the difference in landing a high-level position, forging important connections, and inspiring others to follow your lead.

  • Career Action Plan

    What is a Career Action Plan?
    A career action plan is a roadmap for advancing your career. The most important part of your
    plan should be to keep track of your professional accomplishments. This record of your work success is essential for many reasons including your performance reviews, asking for a raise, updating your resume, speaking about the work you do, and for personal validation. Consider it accumulating key data that you can deploy when you encounter an unfavorable review, when you ask for a raise, or when you are looking for a new job. It is easy to let your accomplishments get lost in the day-to-day grind. Most people check things off their to-do list and then move on to the next item. Months can go by like this making it feel like nothing important has been accomplished. If instead, you actively keep track of your successes, you will see that you have achieved more than you thought.

  • 7 steps to improve OR financial and operational performance

    OR Administrators struggle with efficient use of OR time. They are challenged with balancing revenue and utilization targets with surgeon and staff preferences against a backdrop of often unpredictable supply and demand. The way in which blocks of OR time are allocated, taken away, and released into open time leaves a great deal of room for optimization. iQueue creates a credible, fair and transparent system for managing block and open time while maximizing staff, equipment and capital utilization.

Webcasts

  • Healthcare Leaders of New York Membership Townhall - "Finding your HLN-Y"

    February 29, 2024

    If you missed our first Membership Townhall of 2024 be sure to watch the video and learn more about your local chapter of ACHE, Healthcare Leaders of New York and listen to members who share their HLN-Y.

  • Healthcare Leaders of New York: 2021 Fireside Chat with Art Gianelli, FACHE

    October 21, 2021

    Be inspired by Arthur Gianelli, FACHE Chief Transformation Officer of Mount Sinai Health System and President of Mount Sinai Morningside, sharing his career journey and advice to young professionals in this Fireside Chat with 2021 HLNY President Sam Lin. Listen as Art reflects on the people, the moments, and encounters that have shaped and informed his leadership values and the approach he takes driving excellence in the quality of healthcare delivery, making equity central, and equipping the next generation of professionals.

  • HLNY Mini Congress Panel 3: Biden Administration's Effect on Healthcare Delivery

    October 7, 2021

    Healthcare leaders must be knowledgeable about federal healthcare policy and legislation issues. Strategic imperatives in how care is delivered and financed are impacted by policy and regulation. In this panel with Ezekiel Emanuel, Michael Dowling, and Karen Ignani you will hear the perspective from esteemed healthcare leaders in keeping abreast on various public policy issues to prepare and shape their organization for being poised to provide care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, equitable and patient-centered to their communities.

  • HLNY Cocktails with the Chiefs Highlights

    January 14, 2021

    ICYMI, check-out this video to hear how diverse backgrounds and experiences contribute to professional growth and leadership during the pandemic in HLNY’s annual Cocktails with the Chiefs program.

  • Inpatient Bed Capacity Management: Unlock Bed Capacity and Reduce LOS

    Inpatient bed capacity has always represented a significant part of a hospital’s economic engine, second only to the OR. As growth in outpatient volume continues to rise, hospitals need to strive to be more efficient with their inpatient bed utilization than ever before. UCHealth partnered with LeanTaas to implement iQueue for Inpatient Beds. When using the solution, UCHealth staff are able to predict future admissions and discharges, balance beds across the network, hospital and unit, and confidently make strategic decisions to get the right patient in the right bed at the right time.

  • Intro to HLNY/HIMSS Webinar: Harnessing Innovation to Rethink Your Ambulatory Care Environment

    June 18, 2020

    Harnessing Innovation to Rethink Your Ambulatory Care Environment

  • Fireside Chat on Leadership & Award of Distinction Presentation with Leonard Achan (Partial Replay)

    Aug 27, 2020

    Mr. Achan shared key insights about his journey and career, highlighted his approaches to innovation and change, leadership, and how one cultivates good talent to develop the next healthcare leader. In this discussion, Mr. Achan and Mr. Nicholas Bilas, HLNY President, also addressed how to compete in today’s ongoing COVID environment as well as how to make healthcare more diverse and inclusive.

Podcasts

  • Becker's Healthcare Podcast

    March 26, 2021

    This episode features Alyeah Ramjit, Associate Director and Chief of Staff at Mount Sinai Health System in New York City. Here, she talked about breaking down silos in healthcare and what it takes to be a great leader.

  • HLNY PODCAST: Shakira Daley, professional journey and experience

    August 25, 2021

    HLNY will be sitting down with leaders from across the healthcare industry to discuss the strategies and solutions they are implementing to address complex challenges such as COVID-19.

    HLNY Vice President Alyeah Ramjit, MS, MHA sat down to Dr. Shakira Daley, DNP, RN, NE-BC, CPPS to discuss her professional journey and experience as a healthcare leader in New York.

  • Lessons in Leadership

    November 9, 2021

    Discovering various topics as lifelong learners in leadership. You will be able to find episodes here, on Spotify and archived at calandrabranch.com.

  • LeanTaas' CMO Sanjeev Agrawal

    May 12, 2020

    HLNY was thrilled to have Sanjeev Argawal, President and Chief Marketing Officer of LeanTaaS join our podcast to discuss OR backlogs and restoring elective surgery caseloads as COVID-19 stabilizes.

    LeanTaaS develops software that increases patient access to medical care by optimizing how health systems use expensive, constrained resources. The company's iQueue platform applies advanced data science to historical EHR data to improve capacity management and operational efficiency without adding staff, hours or capital investment.

    Healthcare Leaders of NY is the NY chapter of American College of Healthcare Executives or ACHE. HLNY represents over 1900 professionals in the New York Metropolitan Area, providing access to networking, education and career development opportunities. The mission of HLNY is to advance healthcare leadership and management excellence through professional enrichment and continuing education of our members.