Thanks to the ongoing support of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Academic Program and Practitioner Workshop (APPW) will once again bring together leaders from practice and academe to exchange information and to discuss issues that are crucial in educating future healthcare leaders. The 2024 APPW will be held on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, 151 East Wacker Drive, in Chicago, during the 2024 ACHE Congress. While the program continues to be finalized, it will start at 7:00 a.m. Central Time with an opening breakfast keynote by Andy Shin, JD, MPH, MBA, Senior Vice President of Strategy at Mass General Brigham. It will then be followed by two sessions to continue the discussion around Congress' theme of Big Ideas. Make No Small Plans.
A special thank you to Carla Jackie Sampson, PhD, MBA, FACHE, and Kevin Broom, PhD, MBA, who are leading the development of this year's program. Visit this site regularly to stay up to date on the Workshop's details.
ACHE/AUPHA JOINT KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Tuesday, March 26, 2024
(7:00 - 8:30 a.m. Central Time)
Andy Shin, JD, MPH, MBA
Senior Vice President of Strategy
Mass General Brigham
Trends, Tension, and Transformation:
Maintaining Mission During Times of Change
Unprecedented systemic forces threaten the sustainability of healthcare providers, forcing many organizations to strategically navigate the tension between financial sustainability while still maintaining mission. At the same time, the healthcare workforce is reporting historically high levels of disengagement across both clinical and administrative roles. In healthcare, our role as leaders and educators of future leaders is to make the hard decisions, while still facilitating connection to purpose, even amidst tremendous change. This keynote will describe the most impactful trends shaping our environment, how health systems can respond to them, and how leaders can more effectively undergo the necessary transformation to sustain their mission.
About the Speaker
Andy Shin is Senior Vice President of Strategy at Mass General Brigham, where he is responsible for shaping and advancing the strategy for one of the nation’s largest integrated academic health systems and leading biomedical research organizations in the world. Previously, he has held leadership positions across the social, public, and private sectors in strategy, operations, business development, and policy roles. This includes forming and leading the American Hospital Association (AHA) Center for Health Innovation - the combined health services research, performance improvement, data solutions, advisory, and commercial business units of the AHA - including the AHA Innovation Venture Fund. In addition, he was part of the founding team that launched the CMS Innovation Center (CMMI), a health policy fellow for the Energy and Commerce Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives, and has experience as a consultant, investment analyst, and officer in the United States Air Force.
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