Student Experience Session: Exploring Healthcare Management Careers I – Hospital Systems, Consulting, Bioscience/Medical Products

Monday, March 22
3:45pm4:45pm CDT

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Presented By

Haroula Protopapadakis Norden, FACHE

Associate Administrator
Memorial Regional Hospital, Memorial Healthcare System

Ryan O’Quinn

Senior Consultant, Health Care Mergers & Acquisitions
Deloitte Consulting

Vivek Walimbe, PhD

Vice President, Infusion Systems, Medication Delivery Research & Development
Baxter Healthcare 

Rashard Johnson

President
Advocate South Suburban/Advocate Trinity Hospital
About the Session

During this one-hour panel discussion, industry experts will explore topics relevant to students seeking careers in healthcare management. Experienced executives will highlight how their careers have evolved over time, the importance of mentorship and professional networks, and other real-world advice for emerging healthcare leaders. Panelists will also discuss some of the biggest challenges they have faced during the pandemic.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore a variety of different sectors within healthcare management to gain insight into potential career paths.
  • Discover the value of transferrable skills and how to apply them to new opportunities.
  • Learn how today’s healthcare professionals practice inclusive leadership.
  • Understand the value of building a professional network and belonging to a profession.

This session qualifies for 1.0 ACHE Face-to-Face Education credit. Attendees must participate during the scheduled time to earn ACHE Face-to-Face Education credit.