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Battle-Tested Strategies for Leading Strategic Growth

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The principles of leadership “as put to the test” throughout 2020 are still in full force in 2021. Some of the most relevant and pressing challenges healthcare leaders are facing focus on rebuilding healthy organizations firmly rooted in strong clinician relationships. Those with better relationships with stakeholders – including their providers, community leaders and even competitors – have made navigating the COVID-19 pandemic a lot less bumpy for their organizations.

Others fell into reactive mode. And, when elective procedures reopened, those that lacked the right data, systems, leaders and relationships to recover profitable business lines saw referral patterns shift overnight and hard-won market share disintegrate in a matter of months. The pandemic exposed not only clinical gaps, but gaps in the bench depth of leaders to execute revenue recovery and rebuild strong relationships. The echo of crisis will still be heard in the empty hallways of hospital surgery suites, radiology labs, therapy units and outpatient clinics for years to come.

Join this engaging webinar where presenters will share practical tools and techniques that healthcare leaders use to identify and close costly gaps, engage physicians and other clinical leaders, and hardwire their organizations for strategic growth.


· Identify how to rapidly identify and execute initiatives to restore access, revenue and market share in high-impact business lines.

· Demonstrate how experienced and rising leaders can influence their teams and engage clinicians in behaviors that drive strategic growth.

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T. Steen Trawick, Jr. MD, FHM

Chief Executive Officer, CHRISTUS Health Shreveport-Bossier

Dr. T. Steen Trawick, MD, FHM, was named Chief Executive Officer of CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System in August 2019. Dr. Trawick has been associated with CHRISTUS in Shreveport since 2005, when he joined CHRISTUS as a Pediatric Hospitalist. He currently serves as Associate Chief Medical Officer for Sound Physicians, which employees more than 3,000 physicians. Dr. Trawick has primary responsibility for Hospitalist and Emergency Medicine programs across CHRISTUS Health and other facilities in Texas and Louisiana. For nearly six years, Dr. Trawick has overseen the hospitalists, Emergency Medicine programs and Intensive Medicine programs across 14 hospitals with oversight of over 347 physicians and advance practice providers.

Dr. Trawick blends vital commitment to the Shreveport -Bossier communities, intimate knowledge of health care and deep experience as a physician leader. He has served as Chief of Staff, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Medical Executive Committee leader, and board member with experience on the CHRISTUS Louisiana state board and the CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Foundation board. He is experienced in business oversight of regulatory preparedness, credentials committee issues and health care compliance oversight.

Dr. Trawick graduated from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, where he also completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. He began his career as a private practice physician at Highland Clinic and has been on medical staff at CHRISTUS Highland since 2001. He left private practice in 2005 to become a Pediatric Hospitalist at CHRISTUS, and he helped start the first adult hospitalist program at CHRISTUS Highland in Shreveport, where he also served as Chief of Staff from 2014-2015.

Active in local and state medical politics, Dr. Trawick has served as past President of Shreveport Medical Society and currently serves as a member of the Governor’s advisory board for Physician Assistants and Vice Speaker of the House of Delegates for the Louisiana State Medical Society. He is a former member of LSU Board of Supervisors and Louisiana State Board of Regents.

Dr. Trawick serves the community at large as well and is a part of the Shreveport-Bossier Committee of One Hundred (a committee of community leaders assembled to work toward common solutions and reduce redundancies and silos to address select issues by creating one voice for Northwest Louisiana to achieve a greater impact); the Northern Louisiana Economic Partnership, Shreveport Rotary, and a Scoutmaster for Troop 18.


Tammy Tiller-Hewitt, MHA, FACHE

Chief Executive Officer, Tiller-Hewitt HealthCare Strategies

Tammy Tiller-Hewitt, FACHE is the Chief Executive Officer at Tiller-Hewitt HealthCare Strategies. She is a nationally recognized physician relations and retention expert, keynote speaker, and #1 Amazon Best Selling author. Tammy is known for her dynamic, educational and high-energy presentation style. Her programs are rich with real-life case material to enhance and enjoy learning.

Twenty years ago, Tammy established Tiller-Hewitt HealthCare Strategies to share the benefit of her expertise in driving strategic growth with clients nationwide. Prior to starting Tiller-Hewitt HealthCare Strategies, she spent 20 years at BJC HealthCare in St. Louis, where she gained experience and unique perspectives from both the health system and physician practice sides of healthcare.

Tammy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Marketing, a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration from Trinity University, San Antonio, TX, and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders.

She is a member of the National Speakers Association and the John Maxwell Team of certified leadership coaches, trainers, speakers and professionals. Tammy offers workshops, seminars and keynote speaking.

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