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2019 Conference - How A Kingdom Perspective Has Affected My Life's Work

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Carolyn Klaus.In this session, Dr. Carolyn Klaus will describe how the gospel of the kingdom of God has gradually impacted the trajectory of her life from wanna-be medical missionary at an early age, to becoming an ordinary doctor, to being part of a team that founded Esperanza Health Center in Philadelphia, to working as an AIDS educator and community developer in Horn of Africa.

2019 Conference - Leadership

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Bruce Miller.Hear from this seasoned leader what it means to lead a faith-based health center, and tips and hopes for emerging leaders in our movement.

2019 Conference - Magnifying Impact Beyond the Exam Room

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Ben Preyss & Emily Lupo.This session will review principles and strategies of population health, and focus on the development of Lawndale Christian Health Center's progressive program, which centers on team-based case management, mobile transitions, and analytics for risk stratification/identification of patients who would benefit the most from clinic resources.

2019 Conference - Changing Tires in the Parking Lot

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 08, 2019

Grant Scarborough, Joyce Kim & Billy Holbrook.Scripture says that when Christ showed the full extent of His love to His disciples, he washed their feet. Dr. Grant Scarborough and his team will present a collection of stories that demonstrate the importance of embracing a culture of demonstrating the love of Christ in the clinical setting.

2018 Conference - Am I Qualified? The Joy & Struggle to Follow the Call to Ministry in Healthcare.

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 22, 2018

Janet Aguirre, Katie Huff; You don’t have to have an MD or MBA to be used by God. God calls us all to be missional in the way we approach our jobs, and every other area of our lives. Janet Aguirre and Katie Huff, a medical assistant and a registered nurse, will share stories and experiences. They never expected to be thrust into leadership roles at a grassroots homeless clinic, but offered their training and their path to honor Christ, and have learned/are learning what it means to live missionally. Doing work that is often unfamiliar with their training, God is using them and teaching them how to walk out the adventure of serving God’s purpose in one of the most broken communities in America.

2018 Conference - Real Life: Making Disciples from Skeptics to World Changers

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 22, 2018

James Choung; In this session James Choung will share research and insights on how generations view leadership and mission differently, and how they can benefit from on another and build with one another to bring a powerful and multi-faceted demonstration of God's kingdom through missional work.  There will be time for Q & A.

2018 Conference - Token Diversity or True Diversity: Creating Space for Dignity in Your Organization

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 22, 2018

Chauncey Shillow; Why does diversity matter in a Christian organization? Is there a biblical precedent for creating space for diversity at every level of leadership? How do you create space for diversity while acknowledging the dignity of every individual? Explore these questions and more through personal stories and biblical texts from the perspective of an African-American pastor of a multi-ethnic church.

2018 Conference - Developing A Healthy Team: 5 Key Behaviors

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 22, 2018

Steve Sartori; Healthy leadership teams are necessary for any successful healthcare organization. With the evolution of healthcare delivery, clinical teams have gained importance as well. Team performance is a product of competent leadership and member engagement, founded on relational trust. This presentation will describe five behaviors critical for the creation of a cohesive team, and help attendees become better leaders and team members.

2018 Conference - Culturally Intelligent Leadership: Cultural Awareness Does Not Mean Colorblindness

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 22, 2018

Debra Ortiz-Vasquez, Susan Post, Jael Chambers; As managers and leaders we need to go beyond cultural facts, cultural knowledge, and ethnic diversity for the sake of diversity. It is critical that we ask, “Is our diversity inclusive? Are people identified beyond their job titles?” This session is an invitation to have an honest and real conversation about what it means to be the type of leader with whom minority groups have a desire to work, having leadership reflect the community it serves, and leading the organization to its best expression of God's diversity as a gift to our community and to one another.

2017 conference - The Element of Time is Changing the Face of Leadership in Healthcare

Posted by Kristy Tarrant at May 18, 2017

The nation's majority of physicians are aging and although technology advances makes providing care and treatment more flexible, it still doesn't address the fact that we need to address and increase age diversity.  Here are some numbers for you:  By 2050, the U.S. Census predicts that the number of individuals in the labor force who are 65 years or older is expected to grow by 75 percent while the number of individuals in the workforce who are 25 to 54 is only expected to grow by 2 percent. We need to develop strategies to retain older health care professionals, while identifying promising and more effective ways to recruit and retain skilled health care professionals, regardless of age. Lisa Green

Topics: leadership