G23 Day 1 Programming Revealed!
Programming for GOBEL’s G23 Healthcare Philanthropy Innovation Summit has started to be released! Look below for the schedule for Day one of the event; check back later this week for the schedule for Day 2, which will focus on technology and its impact in fundraising.
Tuesday, January 31
9-10 am: OPENING SESSION: You Are Here. Where Will You Be Tomorrow?
Never before has our economy, our healthcare industry and our philanthropic profession been under so much pressure. This is where we sit today, but what does tomorrow look like? Learn how to better navigate your work to have an even greater impact on your organization and understand what benchmarks you should be focused on to grow your results.
Presenter: Chad Gobel, Founder and CEO, GOBEL
10-11 am: The State of Health Care
The healthcare industry is facing its most disruptive forces, perhaps ever. Continued COVID-19 challenges, eroding margins, labor expenses, inflation, interest rate hikes, supply chain challenges, workforce shortages, capacity constraints, care team burnout, big tech and big retail competition – the list goes on and on. With all these challenges, what does the future of health care look like and how might your organization respond? Become a more informed leader and better understand the market forces that are driving change in your organization and our industry.
Presenter: Michael Elliott, Partner and Leader, Healthcare Practice, McKinsey and Company
11am-noon: C Worthy: How to Maximize Your Relationship with the C-Suite
Your healthcare organization’s leaders are facing innumerable challenges and under incredible pressure. In this candid conversation with a healthcare CEO, COO, and CFO, discover what these leaders are looking for from philanthropy leaders and how you can best support them and they can best support you.
Presenters: Marissa Goldberg, CEO, Doheny Eye Institute; Edward Sim, COO, Centura Health; and Gary Conner, Retired Chief Financial Officer
2-3 pm: Time for a Check-Up: Best Practices in Clinician Engagement
Physicians and Medical Chiefs play an absolutely crucial role in the success of grateful-patient philanthropy programs and the productivity of gift officers. But with more demands on clinicians than ever, and healthcare worker burnout at critical levels, have you optimized your approach to clinician engagement? Dr. Bruce Lytle, retired Chairman of the Heart & Vascular Institute at Cleveland Clinic, has raised hundreds of millions of philanthropic dollars, worked with countless development professionals and navigated through billion-dollar campaigns. In his usual direct, hold no punches, unfiltered and humorous style, Dr. Lytle will share the good, the bad and the ugly on his philanthropy experience and answer the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about working with physicians and chiefs.
Presenters: Dr. Bruce Lytle, Retired Chair, Heart and Vascular Institute, Cleveland Clinic
3-4pm: Raising Awareness Around Raising the Bar: Campaign Marketing
According to the 2021 AAMC Development Survey Report, 47% of responding institutions were currently in a major fundraising campaigns. If your institution isn’t already in one, chances are it will be in the near future. And the appetite among healthcare leaders to set big campaign goals has never been more present. Learn how Hackensack Meridian Health Foundation, currently in the quiet phase of a potential $1 billion campaign, is building a comprehensive, highly professional, marketing campaign to support its historic fundraising campaign to create a pathway to success.
Presenters: Jim Blazar, EVP and Chief Strategy Officer, Hackensack Meridian Health; Joyce P. Hendricks, President, Hackensack Meridian Health Foundation
4-5pm: Something Ventured, Everything Gained: Best Practices in Venture Philanthropy
Over the last decade, health care organizations have become an incubator for start-ups hungry for growth capital. At the same time, venture capital and private equity funds have raised historic amounts of money, looking for the next unicorn. And your institutional principal gift donor could very likely be an investor in one of the VC or PE funds. The convergence of the health care startups, private equity and philanthropic donors has paved the way for a new trend called Venture Philanthropy. But many variations of the VP concept exist. In some cases, donors are asked to invest, with part of the investment going to a philanthropic purpose and part going into an investment fund. Sometimes that fund is managed by a VC firm outside of the health system, sometimes it’s the health system’s own fund. Sometimes the money is focused on R&D by doctors and scientists inside the system; sometimes it’s for any investment in that outside fund. A panel of venture capitalists, investment officers and philanthropic leaders offer their guidance on how to make the most of this increasingly relevant approach to giving.
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