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Issues surrounding sustainability for healthcare institutions into the 21st century in the U.S., with regards to the era of healthcare reform, are very complex. Within the scope of priorities, this discussion will emphasize the necessity of understanding the key potential and existing operational and cost problem areas for healthcare system growth and sustainability as healthcare providers continue to face future operational, reimbursement, and environmental challenges. The primary goal of this discussion is to provide an overview of the models of current successes and solutions with a focus on a realistic plan of action.
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5:30 -5:45 – Event & speaker introduction
5:45 -6:45 – Speakers Present
6:45 – 7:00 – Speaker Q & A
Virtual Face-to-Face Credit Hours: 1.5
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Dr. Jacquelyn B. Cawley, Vice President & Chief Medical Officer of Population Health/Ambulatory Care, BayCare Health System
Dr. Jacquelyn B. Cawley is a Family Physician and the Vice President Population Health/Chief Medical Officer of Ambulatory Care. She obtained her Osteopathic Medicine degree from the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Biddeford Maine, and completed her internship and Family Medicine residency at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
In addition, she has a Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care from the Loan Scholl of Business at Endicott College in Beverly, Massachusetts. Dr. Cawley is an innovative physician executive with over 20 years’ experience in leading and managing physicians and care teams in a variety of academic and healthcare settings. She is experienced in developing and implementing programs to improve systems of care and the health status of patient populations to effectively and efficiently meet the healthcare needs of their communities.
John H. Goodnow, Chief Executive Officer, Benefis Health System
John Goodnow has more than 40 years of experience in hospital administration. Since 2002, Goodnow has served as CEO of Benefis Health System, a not-for-profit health system located in Great Falls, Montana. Benefis serves a quarter of Montana’s population across an expansive, rural region larger than Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont combined. Benefis is the largest private employer in Northcentral Montana.
During his time with Benefis, Goodnow has led the organization to consistent success and has achieved what few in healthcare have—Medicare breakeven, continuously since 2012. Goodnow has maintained a no layoff and annual raise commitment to Benefis employees for his entire 18-year tenure at Benefis. The organization has been recognized as one of the 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker ‘s Hospital Review for six consecutive years as well as a best place to work by Forbes.
Under his leadership, Benefis has also invested heavily in facility improvements and technological advancements to ensure the people of Northcentral Montana have access to cutting-edge, high-quality care close to home.
Goodnow earned a Bachelor degree in Biological Science and Administrative Health Sciences from the University of California-Davis and a Master of Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan. Additionally, Goodnow has been a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives since 1987.