Webinar: Diverse Perspectives into Hospital/Ambulatory Operations
May 6 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Have you ever wondered what to expect with a career in
Join CTAHE for the next session in our Early Careerist Series on
Thursday, May 6th, 5pm-6pm.
Efficient operations help hospitals and ambulatory care facilities improve patient satisfaction, clinical outcomes, and financial performance. The objective of this webinar is to give you an idea of what it would be like to work in hospital or ambulatory operations.
Hear from healthcare leaders as they share their personal career journeys in operations, discuss the effect that COVID-19 has had on healthcare operations, and give advice to early careerists.
Program has been approved for 1.0 hour of Qualified Education
Meet Our Panelists
Amine Dahab is the current Administrative Director for the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at Mass General Brigham, Integrated Healthcare System. His role includes oversight of physicians at 35 outpatient locations, and inpatient physicians at a 132 bed at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.
Prior to his current role, Amine received a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Minnesota and an Master of Health Administration from The Ohio State University, where he graduated as both a Cleverley and Caswell Scholar. During a summer residency at Bridgeport Hospital- Yale New Haven Health, he helped facilitate planning for the occupancy of a multi-specialty outpatient facility. While at The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, he focused on improving efficiency in the operating room and flow of the emergency department.
Emily Stebbins currently serves as the Director for Access Optimization & Integration at Hartford HealthCare, a rapidly growing and innovative healthcare system in Connecticut. In her role, Emily is integral in improving the patient and human experience through technology and innovation at Hartford HealthCare’s newly created Access Center. Starting with less than one dozen employees in 2019, the Access Center today has over 100 employees in a beautiful and thoughtfully designed facility in downtown Hartford, where every employee must attend a Journey to Yes course as a foundation for the caring and productive culture that was paramount to the successful launch during the pandemic, and the ongoing integration and enhancement work. The tools and advancements made over this short time by Emily and her team have been replicated and applied to assist in Hartford HealthCare’s rapid deployment of COVID testing, Virtual Health, the COVID Recovery Center, and most recently, vaccine distribution efforts. Emily mentors and encourages the next generation of healthcare leaders to continue to find optimization opportunities as the industry becomes more customer-centric, agile, and digital.
With a passion for regional health systems, population health, and business administration, Emily joined Hartford HealthCare as an administrative fellow in the areas of Strategy and Care Integration, after earning her Master’s degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Michigan School of Public Health in 2015.
Sada Tadesse is the Group Director of Planning and Business Development at Bon Secours Mercy Health. She is responsible for supporting 14 hospitals across Northern Ohio (Lima, Toledo, Lorain and Youngstown) with service line business plan development, capital dollar approval and physician advisory council alignment.
Previous to this role, Sada served as an administrative fellow, program manager and director of support services at Mercy Health. As the director of support services, she managed 150+ FTEs for environmental services, patient transport, gift shop and linen departments at Mercy Health – St. Vincent Medical Center.
Personally, Sada is the youngest of five siblings and was born in Ethiopia but grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania. She is passionate about making a difference in diversity and inclusion, youth development and community service. Therefore, she is involved in the MH Toledo leadership council for diversity and inclusion, a vice chair with EPIC Toledo (young professional organization), and board member of the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Toledo. She belongs to several professional development organizations including the American College of Healthcare Executives and the National Association of Health Services Executives.
Sada graduated from the Pennsylvania State University with her Master’s in health Administration and Bachelor of Health Policy and Administration.
Antwan Williams serves as an Administrator for Orlando Health. In his role he focuses on helping the premier Children’s and Women’s hospitals achieve their daily operational, financial, commitment to being a best place to work and their 2030 strategic plans.
Prior to joining Orlando Health he was with Geisinger Health System in Danville, PA where he completed his administrative fellowship, services as interim administrator, and as director of operations, emergency medicine, providing leadership to seven emergency departments within a 12-hospital campus.
Mr. Williams earned his B.S. in Business Management at Florida State University, and Masters in Health Administration at the University of Central Florida. He is an Author, private investor, and Co-founder of the Advancement League; A national organization of 1000s of health leaders, and the Young Health Leader Summit, an annual event bringing together emerging industry leaders to help shape the future of community health and care delivery.
Meet Our Moderator
Trish Gentil is the SVP/COO of Waterbury Hospital in Waterbury, CT. She is responsible for the administrative and operational departments of the hospital as well as the development of successful capital and strategic plans. Prior to this role, Trish served as the VP of Operations and Performance Improvement. She was directly responsible for performance improvement management including program growth and revenue enhancements. She has built a career taking on mission-critical, enterprise-level challenges and delivering solutions and results. Trish graduated from Albertus Magnus College with her MBA and Saint Joseph’s College with her Bachelor’s Degree of Applied Science, Health/Healthcare Administration/Management. She is certified in healthcare compliance and a registered health information administrator.