As our industry tries to adjust to this global pandemic, nearly everyone’s job role has been affected. We know that some of you have had recent changes in your employment through layoffs, reduced hours and furloughs.
WHCM would like to provide its members with assistance during these times for anyone whose job has been impacted by COVID-19. We have partnered with fellow member Kaylee Davis of the Addison Group to offer private resume and interview consultations so that our members can get back on their feet as quickly as possible.
What: 30 minute 1 on 1 video consultation with a healthcare recruiter for:
- Resume review and editing
- Interviewing tips and tricks
When: April 13- May 15.
We are proud to support our members in this small way.
Taking Risks Can Often Be the Best Thing You Could Ever Do For Your Career!
Stories from Women who Took the Leap of Faith and are Glad They Did
Is it better to take risks in your career or play it safe? Sometimes not taking risks is the riskiest thing you could do in your career. And while we tend to view risk-taking negatively, regarding it as dangerous and even unwise, often risk-taking can and does pay off. Hear from women who have taken chances in their career that even they never envisioned and how they have benefited professionally and personally from that decision. More
WHCM and Massachusetts/Rhode Island Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) are co-sponsoring this event geared to students. We especially encourage attendance by WHCM members who have an interest in meeting and providing guidance to young professionals as they prepare to enter the job market. We’d like students to meet fellow women who can talk about the segment of healthcare in which they work.
Join us for a buffet dinner, an educational presentation and a chance to network.
Our presentation, with an opportunity for audience questions, will be given by two women in different arenas of healthcare, offering tips and info on how to make your connections count and advance your career.
With just under 30 women attending, Women in Healthcare management was proud to host our second summer event of the year. We had such an overwhelmingly positive response to our venue, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, that we chose to use them again!
Exceptional food and service all around!
It was an honor to meet so many members, and those who have not yet become members. There was a lot of talk around all of the tables, and I heard many connections and follow up’s being made throughout the group.
We look forward to seeing you in the fall!
Jennifer Pendleton, MS
Twice is nice!
Our second WHCM Summer event is being held at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Newton – dinner and soft drinks included!
The event is going to happen rain or shine! Join us outside on their patio (weather permitting, otherwise inside the restaurant) for dinner and socializing with some new and old friends. It’s always a great time!
**Please note we cannot take cash at the door. Non-members please pay in advance or bring CC/check.
Our WHCM Summer event is being held on Monday, June 24 at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Newton.
Please join us for our outdoor patio WHCM summer networking event. Event will include dinner, soft drinks, networking, and socializing with some new and old friends. Always a great time and hopefully some nice weather!
In the case of inclement weather, we’ll hold the event inside the restaurant. We look forward to seeing you!
Spring Forum 2019: Consumer Empowerment: What’s Changing in Healthcare as we Expect More of Consumers?
Join us for dinner and a panel discussion!
Moderator: Claudine Swartz, Strategic Policy Solutions, LLC
- Andrew Le, MD, CEO and Co-Founder, Buoy Health
- Eileen McAnneny, President, Massachusetts Taxpayer Foundation
- Katie Catlender, VP of Customer Experience Strategy & Operations, BCBS of MA
Remember the days when you visited the doctor when sick, picked up your medication at the local pharmacy, and had few out-of-pocket expenses?
Today, we’re self-diagnosing via online tools, tracking our heart rates and steps, and using message portals to contact clinician. In short, we’re engaging more and the healthcare industry increasingly wants consumers to:
- Understand costs & choose the right source of care;
- Monitor physical activity & diet;
- Utilize self-service tools; and
- Engage with a care manager at their provider or health plan.
How is this reality shaping the healthcare industry? Key questions we’ll explore in this panel discussion:
- How are payers & providers shifting practices to engage consumers?
- What consumer needs are start-ups fulfilling?
- How are employers supporting consumers?
- What role does government play in supporting increased consumer engagement?
Join colleagues, friends and members for an informal night of conversation and networking. Get out of the house during the winter season and be warmed through connections with other women in the healthcare industry. Appetizers and a cash bar included. Hope to see you there!
In the case of inclement weather, we will post a cancellation notice here by 12 pm on January 29th.
Join WHCM for appetizers and a cash bar as we network with friends and colleagues in Woburn.