$30/EWHC Member; Special: $50 EWHC Member + Guest Package; $35/Non-Member or Additional Guest
this year we are holding our Fall Fashion Show in the evening, to permit our Members and their guests more time to shop following the event! The event begins at 5:30 PM with cocktails and appetizers, the Fashion Show starts at 6:00, with shopping time to follow 7:00-9:00.
Special thanks to our sponsor: Northwest Radiology Network
Upcoming EWHC Events
Ovarian Cancer Run/Walk
The Teal Ribbon Ovarian Run/Walk
: Saturday, September 28
5 K Walk begins at 9:00 am
: Downtown City Market
222 E. Market Street
Executive Women in Healthcare now has a team for the Ovarian Cancer Walk.
Click the following link to register: http://ovariancancerin.org/Run-Walk.html
. After clicking on Registration, select "Join a Team" and look for Executive Women in Healthcare. Or you can use this link and register to join the team directly.
Please email Linda Wilgus for all the details and where to meet: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Luncheon: Indiana Medicaid Expansion and Indiana’s Healthy Indiana Plan
Sponsored by Krieg DeVault
Wednesday, October 9
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
The Marott, 2625 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis
Seema Verma, President, SVC, Inc.
$25/EWHC Member; $30/Non-Member or Guest
In this program, Seema Verma, will address the waiver recently granted by the federal government, permitting Indiana to operate outside of the health insurance exchange, through its Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP). Among other things, Seema will also address:
· The Healthy Indiana Plan – what changes are in store;
· State-based Medicaid expansion options; and
· The exchange marketplace – the role of a consumer.
Prior to founding Seema Verma Consulting now SVC, Inc., Ms. Verma served as Vice President of Policy & Planning for the Health & Hospital Corporation of Marion County (HHC). Ms. Verma also has worked as a Project Director with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) in Washington D.C. In her work for the State of Indiana Ms. Verma served as the architect of the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP), the nation’s first Health Savings Account model applied to a Medicaid population.
Save the Date for the Fall Leadership Event
Sponsored by UnitedHealthcare
Thursday, November 7
Marian University Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sciences
Karen Valencic, founder of Spiral Impact, a leadership and team development company
"The Power to Get It Done with Grace"
Can you push something toward you? No! Pushing is away. Why keep on pushing to make things happen? Instead, learn to harness the power of a spiral and realize outcomes with grace and ease.
In this interactive presentation Karen Valencic will blend concepts from science and the martial arts to demonstrate 5 simple keys help you navigate through intense and demanding circumstances. Learn to:
Use power instead of force to move through your life
Lead with influence and impact
Stay calm and maintain perspective in intense situations
Innovate with conflict
Karen brings a wealth of experience to her presentation as a pioneer woman engineer, single mom, and entrepreneur. She will share her insights how to apply these concepts to increase engagement and decrease unnecessary stress.
Karen Valencic leverages her diverse expertise in engineering, martial arts and communication to provide a distinct perspective on how we get things done and get along. For 20 years, she has been known for her content rich, entertaining and interactive presentations. Karen is the creator of the training Using Conflict Creatively and author of
Spiral Impact®: The Power to Get It Done with Grace
**This event will be a fundraiser for the EWHC Lynne O'Day Scholarship Fund!**
This month's member spotlight is Wendy Mehringer. Wendy is the Vice President of Business Development and Chief Marketing Officer for the Indiana Blood Center. The Indiana Blood Center is the largest independent blood agency in Indiana, connecting healthy donors to patients in need of blood transfusions at more than 60 hospitals statewide. Wendy oversees efforts with donors and blood drive hosts that represent the supply as well as with the hospital customers that are the demand. The non-profit organization also operates a lab services division testing for such organizations as IOPO, transplant centers and other blood centers in Cincinnati, Dayton, and Grand Rapids. Read more here
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