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Business of Medicine

Title:

Director, Mindfulness in Law Program

Lectures:

End of Life Communication
Mindfulness Awareness

State: FL
Title:

Physician, Licensed Healthcare Risk Manager
Innovative Healthcare Compliance Group

Lectures:

Prevention of Medical Errors
7 Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmissions
Handoffs, Transitions, and Discharges: Key Moments in Patient Care
Never Events Happen: Protect Your Patients and Practice
11 Strategies to Reduce Medication Errors
Simple Communication Strategies to Improve Patient Safety
Essentials of Patient Safety
Communication Strategies for Office Practice
Creating a Patient Safety Culture in Healthcare
Medical Ethics for Daily Practice
Sentinel Events, Critical Alerts, and National Safety Goals
Patient Safety Leadership: Now and Beyond
Jabberwocky: The Reality in Today’s Healthcare Communication
Reducing Liability, Improving Quality, and Decreasing Healthcare Costs
Tie Your Shoes Before You Trip! – Effective Communication Tips for the Prevention of Medical Errors
Stop the Revolving Door! – 5 Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmissions
Achieving Healthcare Reform’s Triple Aim – Better Health! Better Care Experience! Lower Costs!
Creating a Healthcare Culture Shock! – Optimal Patient Safety Requires a Culture of Patient Safety

Biography: Dr. Mackles practiced hospital based neonatal medicine in Florida for over twenty two years after completing a Pediatric Residency at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, and a Fellowship in Neonatology at The Cornell University Medical Center. In addition to receiving an MBA from Nova Southeastern University Dr. Mackles obtained his license as a Healthcare Risk Manager through studies at the University of South Florida. Dr. Mackles was elected to the Board of Directors of The Florida Society for Healthcare Risk Management and Patient Safety for a two year term from 2006-2008, and again for a one year term from 2014-2015. Dr. Mackles has served as an instructor with the University of Florida Distance Education Risk Management and Patient Safety Program, and also participated as a faculty member of the University of South Florida Risk Management Licensure Program. In addition, Dr. Mackles is the author of multiple on-line continuing education courses on patient safety topics for The Sullivan Group. Dr. Mackles now devotes full time to risk management and patient safety issues.
State: FL
Title:

Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Chair/Director, Division of Medical Ethics
NYU Langone Medical Center

Lectures:

Compassionate Use of Expanded Access
Affordable Care Act
Lessons from Ebola
Issues in End of Life Care
Ethics and Reproductive Technology
Ethics and the Use of Fetal Tissue
Ethical Challenges of Vaccines

State: ny
Title:

Nurse Consultant, Author & Speaker
Beth Boynton, RN, MS Consulting Services

Lectures:

Professional Communication for Nurses and Healthcare Professionals
Using Improv to Develop Communication and Collaboration in Healthcare Professionals
Improving Safety, Quality, Customer and Staff Satisfaction with Communication and Collaboration
Dealing with Bullying in the Workplace
Why Hospitals Should Adopt a “No Innocent Bystander” Rule for Zero Tolerance
Develop Your Listening Skills as a Healthcare Leader
Interruption Awareness: A Nursing Minute for Patient Safety
Nurse Leaders as Champions for Change
Inspiring the Healthcare Professional Within You
Giving Constructive Feedback
Receiving Constructive Feedback
Preparing for Change: Getting Ready for NEW Organizational Culture
Complexity of Assertiveness: More to Speaking Up than Lip Service
Improving Physician Handoffs

Biography: Beth Boynton, RN, MS is national speaker, trainer, executive coach, and author of Confident Voices: The Nurses Guide to Improving Communication & Creating Positive Workplaces. She offers interactive workshops involving professionalism, bullying, communication and collaboration and has held Adjunct Faculty positions at New England College and Antioch University. She has been a regular columnist for the ANA-Maine Journal, and publishes the ÒConfident Voices in HealthcareÓ Blog. Her YouTube, ÒInterruption Awareness: A Nursing Minute for Patient SafetyÓ has drawn viewers from over 500 countries, and she continues to practice as a Per Diem Registered Nurse with Alzheimers patients. You can learn more about her work www.confidentvoices.com.
Testimonials: Beth Boynton spoke at three of the National Nurses in Business Associations annual conferences. The audience was nurses at various stages of entrepreneurship. Boynton engaged this audience with skillfully designed presentations and provided meaningful solutions to the communication problems encountered by nurses in business. On a personal note, I used to believe that bullying was an acceptable part of nursing, but since listening to her, I am constantly aware of my attitude toward other nurses and am not part of the horizontal violence!We look forward to having her present at our next conference. – President National Nurses in Business Association, Inc.I have had the distinct pleasure and honor to collaborate with Beth Boynton on a patient safety video project. Her subject matter expertise in nursing and nursing advocacy and mine in root cause analysis, produced naturally synergistic results. Beth understands the bigger picture of nursing and the need to be more proactive than reactive to ensure patient safety. She realizes that the organizational systems that nurses work within are the key to this migration to proaction. Beth is definitely a capable change agent to turn this vision into a reality. – Reliability Center, Inc.An exceptional keynote presentation! Our Leadership conference was a successful event and much of that success was due to the quality of Beth Boyntons work and the passion she exhibited in sharing with our participants. Her presentation left a lasting impression with our members and many of them expressed their appreciation in positive comments on the conference evaluation forms. – Washington State Nurses Association
State: NH
Title:

Hospitalist – Informatician
Portland VA Medical Center
Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Informatics
Oregon Health Sciences University

Lectures:

Medication Reconciliation
General Medical Informatics
Quality and Health System Improvement Methodology
Computerized Decision Support Systems
Clinical Thinking and Decision Analysis
Human Factors & Visibility

State: OR
Title:

Associate General Counsel, American College
of Legal Medicine
Member, Bar of the United States Supreme Court
Medicolegal Consultants, LLC
Attorneys and Counselors at Law
Hinnant Medical and Law Offices, LLC

Lectures:

Health Care Fraud and Abuse and Federal Sentencing
The Ins and Outs of Medical Malpractice
Defending Medicare Audits and Alleged Overpayments
The Ins and Outs of Medical Peer Review
Understanding Social Security Disability
The Law and Science of DUI (Driving Under the Influence)
Practicing Medicine and Law Concurrently
Why Doctors Dont Understand Lawyers

State: SC
Title:

Associate Clinical Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Family and Preventive Medicine

Lectures:

Physician Burnout
The Resilient Physician
e-Boundaries: What Every Doctor Needs to Know About Social Media and Digital Communication_
The Healthy Physician: Burnout, Resilience and Work-Life Balance
Community Engagement: Empowering Physicians to Get Out of the Office
Community Engagement: How to Connect with Healthcare Professionals
Professionalism: The Doctor/Patient Relationship – Communication
Professionalism: The Doctor/Patient Relationship – Boundaries
Professionalism: The Doctor/Patient Relationship – Community Engagement
Prevention: The Recreation Rx Program, Healthy Eating, Walkable Communities
Understanding Professional Boundaries: Physician Well-being and Risk Management

Title:

Los Angeles County Medical Association

Lectures:

MACRA
Medicare
Evidence-Based Medicine
Single Payor
Medicare Changes: What physicians need to know about 2020 changes to audits and reimbursements

Title:

Chief Quality Officer
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
Division of Emergency Medicine

Lectures:

Prescribing of Unnecessary Tests & Treatments: The American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation’s Choosing Wisely Campaign

Just Culture

Physician Integration

Respectful Behavior and Healthcare: What’s the Connection_

Detection and Management of Severe Sepsis: The First Six Hours

Medical Errors and Mistakes in Healthcare: The National Patient Safety Goals

Handoff Solutions that Work

Improving Care for Transgender Patients

Preventing Catheter-Associated UTI Infections

New Sepsis Guidelines

Preventing Central Line Infections

Managing Interruption and Distractions in Healthcare

Physician Communication

Antibiotic Prophylaxis for Surgery: Meeting SCIP Goals

Testimonials: He was wonderful! Our physicians were very engaged in his sepsis lecture. I saw our sepsis team huddled after his lecture, already planning changes.- French Hospital Medical Center and Marian Regional Medical Center He always does an amazing job! – Citrus Valley Medical Center Excellent presentation! – Pomona Valley Hospital Excellent Speaker and we want him back! – John F. Kennedy Hospital Great speaker! – Orange Coast Medical Center He was great! – Providence Tarzana Medical Center Amazing! – Glendale Adventist Medical Center The audience loved him! – Providence Holy Cross Medical Center
Title:

Chief Quality Officer
Associate Medical Director for Quality and Safety
Professor of Medicine

Lectures:

Communication for Physicians – Communication with Medical Staff
Unconscious Bias in Medicine: Does it Exist?
Prescribing of Unnecessary Tests & Treatments: The American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation’s Choosing Wisely Campaign
Just Culture
Healthcare Team Communication
Medical Errors and Mistakes in Healthcare
The National Patient Safety Goal
Unconscious Bias in Medicine: Does it Exist?
Improving Care for Transgender Patients
Physician Integration
Respectful Behavior and Healthcare: What’s the Connection
Critical Conversations for Physicians – Communication with Medical Staff
Detection and Management of Severe Sepsis: The First Six Hours
Medical Errors and Mistakes in Healthcare: The National Patient Safety Goals
Handoff Solutions that Work
Improving Care for Transgender Patients
Preventing Catheter-Associated UTI Infections
New Sepsis Guidelines
Preventing Central Line Infections
Managing Interruption and Distractions in Healthcare
Physician Communication
Antibiotic Prophylaxis for Surgical Infections
Surgical Site Infections
Making the Transition to Proactive Health Care – From Proactive to Reactive
Physician Communication: Strategies for Optimizing Outcomes, Improving the Patient Experience and HCAHP Scores