Panelists and presenters will explore dyad leadership models during the event, which was postponed from September due to Hurricane Irma.
A summit on integration strategies to improve health care through physician leadership, postponed because of Hurricane Irma, has been rescheduled for Friday, Nov. 17.
The gathering, at James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa, Florida, will be hosted by the American Association for Physician Leadership and the Western Florida Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Larry Feinman, DO, chief medical officer of HCA West Florida Division in Tampa, is scheduled to be the summit’s keynote speaker.
The summit will include a panel on physician-hospital integration strategies, and a video presentation and panel on dyad leadership models.
Also scheduled to participate are Edward Cutolo Jr., MD, chief of staff at Haley hospital; William Perno, president of West Florida Health in Tampa; Peter Chang, MD, chief medical informatics officer at Tampa General Hospital; Jack Rodman, MD, vice president and chief medical officer for First Physicians Group, Sarasota Memorial Health Care System in Florida; Seena Salyani, chief executive officer at Gastro Florida in Tampa; and attorney Michael Magidson, who is board-certified in health law by The Florida Bar.
To register, visit wfc.ache.org/events. The cost is $60 for ACHE and AAPL members, $25 for student members and $80 for nonmembers. It is open to the public, but seating is limited.
The James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital is at 13000 Bruce B. Downs Ave.
The summit had been planned for Sept. 15 as Florida recovered from the effects of Hurricane Irma, which tore through the state earlier in the week.