ANI Keynote Speakers Announced
HFMA has announced that Jim Collins, Joe Gibbs, Don Berwick, and Susan Cain will deliver keynote addresses at the 2013 ANI: HFMA’s National Institute.
Jim Collins kicks off the conference with his address on Sunday, June 16, at 4:45 PM. Jim Collins is a student and teacher of enduring great companies—how they grow, how they attain superior performance, and how good companies can become great companies. He is author of the bestselling Good to Great and How the Mighty Fall. Collins will inspire attendees with his address “Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck—Why Some Thrive Despite Them All.”
Monday morning’s keynote presenter is legendary football coach Joe Gibbs. The former coach of the NFL’s Washington Redskins and the force behind many NASCAR triumphs, Gibbs has led some of the world’s most successful teams. As a head coach, he took the once-failing Redskins to four Super Bowls and three world championships by improving team dynamics and persevering against the odds. As leader of the Joe Gibbs Racing team, he won the Daytona 500 in his second year of racing and subsequently won two Winston Cup Championships. Gibbs’ presentation will illustrate how to determine your leadership formula, select the right staff, establish team chemistry, thrive in troubled times, and believe in yourself.
On Tuesday, attendees will hear from Don Berwick, MD, former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and former CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Berwick, a leading advocate for high-quality, value-driven healthcare, will present a vision of how, through continual improvement, innovation, strong leadership, and smart policy, America can transform our system into one that achieves better patient outcomes and addresses the need to provide high-quality care within our limited resources.
Susan Cain, Wednesday morning keynote speaker, is author of Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking. Cain will show that introverts think and work in ways that are crucial to the survival of today’s organizations and how to structure organizations so that the best ideas dominate, rather than those of the most vocal people.