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WBL Webinar: Finding Boards as a Non-Traditional (Non-CEO) Candidate
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6/13/2018
When: Wednesday, June 13, 2018
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Where: Online via GoToWebinar
United States
Presenter: Jan Berger, Deb Daccord, Anne McGeorge
Contact: Eleanor Rosiak
202-775-3900


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About the Webinar:

One common misconception surrounding board service is that your value proposition is built on having CEO or other C-Suite level experience. Yet boards are often in need of other backgrounds, sometimes even more than the background of a current or former CEO. Join this webinar to hear from three sitting board members who broke stereotypes and found board opportunities despite having "non-traditional" backgrounds. Learn how these candidates (who have financial, legal, and clinical experience) located their current and former opportunities, how their unique perspectives help them contribute as board members, and how they positioned themselves during their search. How do you avoid being pigeonholed by your targeted skill set? How do you position yourself to highlight your area of expertise as a strength, and not a weakness? Join us to learn more about how to position yourself as a viable board candidate, no matter how varied your experience may be.

 

About the Presenters:
Jan Berger, President and CEO, Health Intelligence Partners
Jan founded Health Intelligence Partners six years ago as a health care consultancy that blends more than thirty years of business and clinical experience. Health Intelligence Partners has a global focus, working with clients on both short -term and long-term healthcare business strategies and solutions. Jan and Health Intelligence Partners help clients navigate the healthcare environment in order to identify and articulate value opportunities. A great deal of Jan’s focus is on consumer engagement and how it affects the decisions that the consumer makes and the actions that they take.

Prior to founding Health Intelligence Partners, Jan served as Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for CVS Caremark. During that time, she had Executive Management, P & L, Operations, Innovation and Strategy responsibilities. Before going to CVS Caremark, Jan had 15 years’ experience in healthcare administration within the health plan and academic arenas and lead operations for two population health companies.

As a veteran healthcare executive, Jan’s leadership has delivered results in a variety of settings. Jan offers her experiences and insights through her consulting agency as well as through her participation on healthcare and consumer product boards. She presently sits on healthcare focused boards including AccentCare (Chair; Compliance Committee, Compensation Committee), GNS Healthcare, The University of Arizona School of Pharmacy, Harvard Patient Safety Board, Midwest Business Group on Health and Population Health Alliance (Chair: Government Affairs Committee). Jan’s consumer focused boards include Meals to Heal and Whiskerdocs. Jan previously sat on two boards; Care Core National (Committees: Chari: Finance Past Chairperson, Compensation, Search, M&A and Strategic Directions) and Rx-Ante, which were recently sold. She also sits on numerous business and healthcare committees.

As the author of the books “Leveraging Health” and “Thirteen Common Pitfalls in Consumer Engagement” and “Medical Liability for Pediatricians”, the Editor in Chief of American Journal of Pharmacy Benefit and on the editorial boards of a number of healthcare journals, Jan is considered a national health care thought leader. Jan speaks and writes on a broad range of health care issues.

Jan holds both a Doctor of Medicine degree and a Master’s degree in Jurisprudence from Loyola University in Chicago and a Certificate in Healthcare Business Administration from University of South Florida. She also holds a black belt in Six Sigma. Jan is an assistant professor at Northwestern University School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois.

 

Deb Daccord, Partner, Co-Chair Healthcare Transactions, Mintz Levin
Ms. Daccord is a Member in Mintz Levin's Health Law Practice. Her practice focuses on complex transactions, including joint ventures, strategic alliances, and mergers and acquisitions for health industry providers and investors nationwide. She is also a member of the firm's Health Reform Working Group and has served on the Policy Committee.

Her recent health care merger and acquisition activity includes acquisitions and sales, joint ventures, and strategic affiliations totaling hundreds of millions of dollars. Her clients span the health care spectrum, including a Fortune 250 company that is a leading provider of kidney care and the country's largest operator of physician networks, post-acute care facilities, vision care providers, ambulatory surgery centers, radiology services providers, and behavioral health and addiction services providers. Deborah has extensive project management experience, and provides general counseling, regulatory advice, and strategic planning for both nonprofit and for-profit health care providers.

Deborah is also a certified Pilates instructor.

 

Anne McGeorge, Operating Partner, Havencrest Healthcare

Anne McGeorge, a seasoned Director, advisor and financial expert. For 35 years, an advisor to Boards, CEO’s and CFO’s on board effectiveness, M&A transactions, turn-arounds, risk management, and financial matters.

Over the last decade, Anne launched the Grant Thornton healthcare practice and built it to a $225mm international business. In addition to P&L accountability, as the Global Leader for Health Care, she recruited top talent and mentored a team of over 300 professionals including an international team of leaders from 10 countries, achieving double digit growth annually in the US. When she led the global expansion, the revenues nearly doubled in two years, all while achieving the highest client satisfaction scores of all of Grant Thornton’s seven industries. While leading my division, I also served on the firm’s private equity committee, developing strategy for the unique needs of these clients.

In addition to her experience advising both for profit and Non-profit boards, Anne has served as both Audit and Finance Committee chairs on various non-profits boards and is currently serving on the board of Be The Match, a non-profit that maintains the national database for bone marrow and stem cell transplants. She serves on both the Audit/Finance and New Technologies committees of the $500mm non-profit.


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