11X—The Importance of Technology in Leading and Maintaining Measurable Organizational Change.

Monday, March 28th

About the Session

Effecting change in a large health system is a difficult task under the best conditions. Change to solve the locum tenens needs for physicians and advanced practice providers and achieve effective efficiency through financial savings and higher quality of care may be even more daunting. Thoughtfully coordinating technology within a human capital plan achieves desired results. This program will demonstrate a best-in-class, health system–driven solution for using technology to create a more efficient process of sourcing for your locum tenens needs; work through a highly structured and organized implementation and adoption strategy; highlight how to structure leadership engagement to be effective and save time; discuss successful technology platform selection process and program adoption strategies; discuss change management strategies and the importance of technology when systematizing locum tenens solutions for your organization.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify and recognize a higher degree of quality and cost control to drive efficiencies, leverage technology, and centralize operations for locum tenens.
  • Assemble strategies and tactics to ensure program adoption through effective change management, integration of technological solutions, and implementation approaches.


Presented By


System Senior Vice President/Clinical Institutes and Service Lines and President, CommonSpirit Research Institute
CommonSpirit Health

Benjamin W. Chaska

System Senior Vice President, CommonSpirit Health Mid-West Division Physician Enterprise/CMO ND/MN
CommonSpirit Health

Jay Sage

Senior Vice President
American Health Staffing Association