About this Program
Despite virus containment and financial relief efforts, the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19 have thoroughly disrupted our industry. In this webinar, our speakers will share the best practices hospital and system leaders need as they work to adapt to this new landscape and stimulate growth for their organizations.
Join us for our virtual education event on November 5 as Randy Pilgrim, MD, FACEP, and Joseph Rose, MD, look at COVID-19 recovery. And earn 1 hour of ACHE Qualified Education Credit.
Our speakers will explore what changed for clinical practices and operations during COVID-19, predict what leaders can expect in terms of recovery in volume, and discuss how to evolve and adapt for the rest of 2020 and into 2021.
Key Learning Objectives:
In this session you will learn:
Randy Pilgrim, MD, FACEP, is Executive Enterprise Chief Medical Officer, for SCP Health. Dr. Pilgrim provides executive oversight and direction for SCP Health’s medical and clinical operations across all service lines. He is responsible for empowering and creating sustainable systems that provide clinical excellence, minimize risk, and deliver key results for patients.
He has been in Emergency Medicine practice and leadership roles for over 20 years. He is regularly involved with health policy issues at state and national levels and continues to advise the evolving role of Emergency Medicine in healthcare delivery systems of the future. A former actuary with Northwestern National Life, his analytical and business experiences combine with clinical and operational knowledge to balance patient care demands, physicians’ needs, and key business considerations.
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Joseph Rose, MD, is a Senior Vice President and Group Medical Officer for SCP Health. In addition to these roles, Dr. Rose holds the position of Assistant Medical Director at Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and is an instrumental member of SCP Health’s Physician Engagement Committee and Clinical Leadership Committee.
Dr. Rose formerly served as the Medical Director for Jefferson Regional Medical Center, where he introduced protocols to standardize care, diminish variability, and improve efficiencies. He served as a physician champion for a sepsis initiative and developed a meds-to-beds program, preventing medication interruptions after patients are discharged and preventing rehospitalization. His ability to turn challenges into opportunities earned him the SCP Health Excellence in Leadership Award in 2018.
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