Join us on August 23 for a GAHE Leadership Series session with Charles McDonough, MHA, Chief Executive Officer, Interim Healthcare of the Upstate. And earn 1 hour of ACHE Qualified Education Credit.
Innovation is not new to the industry of community-based care; however, the COVID-19 Pandemic taught us one thing — healthcare as a whole was vastly unprepared to handle this unprecedented time. These challenges ranged not only from the care of patients but for employees as well.
In this session learn how Interim Healthcare of the Upstate has reinvented itself and prepared for the future by creating alternative care models for the community while reducing cost, increasing quality, and creating a better experience for all, including the provider.
About the Leadership Series
The Leadership Series was created to bring to GAHE members and guests the top national leaders in the field of healthcare to give us their insights into their careers, their organizations, and the decisions they made to get them to where they are today.
You’ll learn straight from the source how these top executives run their organizations and manage their success.
The format is one hour with 50 minutes of lecture and 10 minutes of Q&A. We are expecting to offer at least one session a month, and the schedule will depend on speaker availability. Our series qualifies for one hour of qualified continuing education credit with ACHE.
Charles McDonough, MHA
About Our Speaker
Charles McDonough is an experienced healthcare professional with vast experience in operational leadership and change management within post-acute systems, focusing on in-home care. He has dedicated his professional career on establishing industry-leading methodologies in post-acute operations, specializing in process and procedure optimization, expense reduction through lean management principles, and developing/implementing technical and operational care solutions.
Charles currently oversees Interim Healthcare of the Upstate, a regional post-acute services provider, ensuring a high level of care that is both patient-centered and based on clinical best practices.
August 23, Noon to 1:00 PM Eastern Time; Zoom Meeting
1 hour of ACHE Qualified Education Credit
ACHE Member $5 / Non-Member $10
Student ACHE Member $5 / Student Non-Member $5