Enjoy an interactive cooking class from the comfort of your own kitchen with your fellow WHCMers! Taught by an experienced chef, you’ll whisk yourself away to the Mediterranean, virtually of course! The fresh flavors of this quinoa salad will make you feel like you’re sitting seaside.
You’ll chop, learn how to make quinoa, pan sear a protein, and make your own salad dressing. This is a super fun, super delicious, healthy, and clean eating cooking experience. You will see and interact with the other participants as well as the Chef.
Navigating the healthcare system can be overwhelming. This discussion about healthcare advocacy will teach you how to take charge of your own healthcare or that of a loved one. Learn how to make more informed decisions, whether facing a recent diagnosis and or hoping to gain a better understanding of the information available through patient portals.
Julia Geisman, Founder of CareerAgility LLC, will be leading a workshop for our members on inclusive thinking. Inclusion is more than a word – it is mindset. It is synonymous with having an equitable workplace, personal and team success, and dynamic leadership. An inclusive mindset consists of five characteristics when combined lead to new possibilities, greater creativity, innovative solutions, and increased performance.
Join Women in Healthcare Management as we hear about some of the key issues in health care (both state and federal) for the coming year. Topics to be covered include COVID-19, telehealth, childcare, behavioral health, etc.
Alexandria Icenhower, Federal Relations Manager, Massachusetts Medical Society, will discuss issues from a federal standpoint, and State Senator Cindy Friedman, Fourth Middlesex District, Senate Chair, Joint Committee on Health Care Financing, will bring a state-level perspective to the discussion.
Join WHCM for an hour-long moderated discussion addressing the following.
- Impact of COVID-19 on hiring
- Personal experiences
- Where do we go from here?
- Qualities/traits in candidates for this “new normal”
We also welcome your questions for our panelists, when you register there will be an opportunity to submit your questions.
Zoe Brassard, HR Business Partner- Mass General Brigham/McLean Hospital
Kaylee Davis, Business Operations – Edge Health at Humana
Joanel Key, Contract Recruiter – Shields Health Solutions
Moderator: Jennifer Pendleton, MS, FACHE
WHCM Board President
Join WHCM as we facilitate a virtual event which asks: What now? What is the future of healthcare leadership? What should we work on as current healthcare leaders?
Sandra Fenwick, CEO of Boston Children’s Hospital will share her experience during the pandemic and answer your questions entered into the chat. Sign up and you will receive a link to the event.More
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.