3:15pm - 4:30pm
NHIA Opening General Session
Anthony Trucks is a former NFL Athlete, American Ninja Warrior on NBC, international speaker, host of the Aww Shift podcast, author of Trust Your Hustle and founder of Identity Shift coaching.
After being put into foster care at the age of 3, being adopted into an all-white family at the age of 14, losing his NFL career to injury and more, Anthony learned early in life how to shift with the changes. Given his background, he shouldn’t have achieved the things he did. It shouldn’t have been possible for him to become an NFL athlete or a successful entrepreneur, but Anthony wasn’t willing to settle. His entire life has been about beating the odds and redefining what’s possible given the cards he was dealt with. His personal mission is to help others understand their past and present so they can shift their identity, elevate their life and business, and take control of their lives.
By teaching audiences how to turn roadblocks and obstacles into opportunities, Anthony inspires and teaches people to unlock their full potential and achieve success and happiness. A healthier life, better relationships, a successful career, more money – whatever the goal, let Anthony provide you with the road map to Shift into Success!
He believes there is no acceptable reason to not be great and it shows in how he speaks. When you drop your ego, past mistakes, flaws, and fear of failure, you can find your internal fire to catapult you into the life that you want and deserve.Register
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Sachin H. Jain, MD, MBA, FACP
10:35am - 12:00pm
General Session: Industry Keynote
Learn and ask questions about the current and future landscape of healthcare with Sachin H. Jain, MD, MBA, FACP, President and CEO of SCAN Group and Health Plan and LinkedIn’s top voice (#1) for healthcare. Dr. Jain, a leader in health equity, is regularly recognized as a “Top 50 most Influential Clinical Leader” and “100 Most Influential People in US Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare.
Dr. Jain’s candid and prescient ideas on transformation and innovation across the health care industry are frequently featured in Forbes. He is looking forward to sharing his thoughts with and answering questions from NHIA 2023 attendees particularly around topics related to alternate sites of care. Dr. Jain has himself built and led several home-based care models at CareMore Health, his previous company, as well as created three home-based care divisions at SCAN.
Among his long list of high-level roles, Dr. Jain served as President and CEO of CareMore and Aspire Health; Global Chief Medical Information and Innovation Officer at Merck & Co.; Senior Advisor to the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services; special assistant to the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology; and was the first acting deputy director for policy and programs at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).Register
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Erika McMullen, MA Ed. & H.D., SHRM-SCP
1:45pm - 3:00pm
General Session: Culturally Responsive Care
Applying new cultural approaches to improve the quality of care for diverse patient populations
Cultural competence strives to improve communication and interactions during cross-cultural situations, with the promise of increasing quality of care and health equity. The issue with how healthcare cultural competence is usually taught is that it is reduced to a list of dos and don'ts to model how to care for diverse patients.
However, these lists reinforce biases, disregard intersectionality, and hinder learning with patients. Research demonstrates historical and current examples of bias, discrimination, and racism in health care and their negative impact on patients. When we accept that the health care system doesn’t always work equally or equitably for everyone, we can begin to increase our understanding of diverse patient populations and respond accordingly.
Join Erika for a dynamic keynote as we explore innovative cultural care approaches. You will leave with practical ways to lead improved communication and trust among diverse patient populations.
Erika McMullen, MA Ed. & H.D., SHRM-SCP is Founder and CEO of Moxie Consulting Group, where she empowers leaders to create high performing, diverse, and inclusive teams. After 20+ years of experience at the nation’s leading companies, she knows what truly drives inclusion and organizational success. With Erika’s contributions, organizations have been named as "America’s Best Employers for Diversity” by Forbes Magazine, received the Innovations in Diversity & Inclusion award from Profiles in Diversity Journal, and been selected by Diversity, Inc. as one of the nation’s Top 10 Hospitals and Health Systems.
Erika holds a M.A. Ed. & H.D. in organizational leadership and learning from the George Washington University, a post-baccalaureate clinical research certificate from the University of Cincinnati, and a B.H.S.A. from Florida International University. She is a Society for Human Resource Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) and Certified DISC and EQ facilitator. Erika serves on the Board of Trustees for Riverside School, which transforms the lives of students with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences in Richmond, VA.
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