Leadership Insights: Co-opting Change – Impactful Strategies for Fostering Trust and Equity

Wednesday, March 24
1:10pm1:55pm CDT

View this session in the virtual event platform during Congress.

Live sessions will not be available until the scheduled start time. On-demand sessions are accessible March 22–April 20.

To participate in sessions once Congress starts on March 22, please navigate to the virtual event platform to view sessions. Once you have navigated to the virtual event platform, please access the session from your “My Agenda” listing or the “Live Sessions” or “On-demand Library” under “Education & Events.” Once in the session, please check into the session to enable the full session functionality.

Presented By

Lloyd H. Dean

CEO
CommonSpirit

Joseph Williams

Senior Editor
U.S. News and World Report
About the Session

Despite increased efforts to address inequities throughout the healthcare environment, disparities in health access, quality, and outcomes remain significant for minority groups. During times of crisis these inequities are exacerbated, and it is more important than ever for leaders to drive efforts for change. At the helm of some of the most respected and trusted institutions at the local, state, and national levels, healthcare executives are uniquely positioned to foster trust not only amongst the healthcare workforce, but within the communities they serve. Join us for this impactful session with Lloyd Dean, CEO, CommonSpirit, as he discusses his experience in guiding both large-scale and personal efforts to improve health equity. Mr. Dean will provide insight into the pivotal role healthcare leaders play in this effort, and the importance of intentionality when initiating change and ultimately leading the path towards a just and equal health system for all.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover approaches for driving positive change in a disrupted healthcare environment.
  • Evaluate the role that individuals play in fostering trust and promoting equity within health systems and communities.