Lunch & Learn: Who’s Driving Change in Your Organization?

September 16, 11:00am, CDT - 1:00pm, CDT

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
255 East Basse Road, Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78209

Registration

Space is Limited - Register by Tuesday, September 14

Change is hard and investing in new technology is risky no matter how you cut it. Whether a vendor has a solution to an issue, or a company leader is proposing a change, who is at the wheel and asking the tough questions. Even with a map and GPS we have all gotten lost. As decision makers, we are given a seemingly endless amount of data and promised solutions from vendors. When the solution is not in the GPS, and it is “recalculating”, how do we know we are investing smartly?

There is a never-ending stream of solutions out there, and decision makers are hounded with “solutions” that will “fundamentally change their business.” Successful decision makers can see through the marketing flair, root out generous assumptions made in a salesperson’s ROI analysis, and zero in on fact that will ensure that the business decision is the right one for the company, now and in the future.

This presentation will lift the hood on the secrets successful decision makes use when evaluating proposals and Business Case Analyses.


Chris Sloan currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer for Texas Vista Medical Center, a 327 bed Acute Care Teaching facility in San Antonio, Texas. Previously, he was COO of Capital Medical Center in Olympia, Washington. Chris retired from the Army after 23 years of service. He began his career as a Second Lieutenant in the Army’s Medical Service Corps before proceeding to a number of leadership roles including Medical Logistics Support Director for Iraq Operations, and Chief Operating Officer of Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington.

A native of Oklahoma City, Okla., Sloan earned a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry in 1997 from the University of Tulsa, and a dual Masters in Healthcare Administration and Business Administration from Baylor University in 2011. His Army awards include the Army Soldiers Medal for heroism, 2 Bronze Stars, ACHE’s 2019 Excellence in Healthcare Management Award, the Boone Powell - Top Resident to name a few.

Chris Sloan is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, Certified Professional in Patient Safety, a Lean Six Sigma Black belt, serves as a board member with the Madigan Foundation, and has coached youth soccer for over 24 years. Sloan is married to Roshawna Sloan and has a son and two daughters.


Refunds available up to September 14.