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ACHENTX 4th Quarter Education Event

October 27 @ 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

 

These two panels have been approved for 1.5 ACHE Face-to-Face Credits each (3.0 if you attend both sessions)

3-3:30pm – Check-In & Networking

3:30-5pm – Panel 1: Fostering the Inclusion of Patient and Employees with Disabilities

5-5:30pm – Dinner & Networking

5:30-7pm – Panel 2: Behavioral Healthcare: Approaches to Increase Value for the Organization and Meet Community Needs

 

A special thanks to Methodist Dallas Medical Center for hosting this event!!

 

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Panel 1: Fostering the Inclusion of Patient and Employees with Disabilities

Corey Wilson, FACHE (Moderator)
Chief Operating Officer
Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth

Rachel Brooks
Divison Director, DE&I, N TX Division
Medical City Healthcare

Francisco Gonzalez
Manager of Hospitality and Guest Relations
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas

Dr. DeLancey Johnson
Senior Vice President & Associate Chief Talent Officer
Parkland Health

Monique Roland
Manager, Integrated Disability Management Department
Texas Health Resources

Panel 2: Behavioral Healthcare: Approaches to Increase Value for the Organization and Meet Community Needs

Kenneth Hutchenrider, Jr., FACHE (Moderator)
President
Methodist Richardson Medical Center

Scott Domingue, MBA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, CMSRN
Chief Operating Officer & Chief Nursing Officer of Behavioral Health
Texas Health Resources

Teneisha Kennard
Executive Director of Behavioral Health – Ambulatory Services
JPS Health Network

Diane Partin, LPC-S
Administrative Director of Behavior Health Outpatient Services
Medical City Green Oaks

 

Speakers’ Bios:

 

Rachel Brooks has over 10 years of experience in developing and implementing diversity, equity and inclusion programs and initiatives in higher education and nonprofit sectors.

Prior to HCA Healthcare, Rachel worked as an independent diversity, equity and inclusion consultant where she worked with several nationwide organizations working on their employee recruitment and retention efforts. In this role she helped organizations to develop strategic DEI initiatives and goals through strategic planning and assessment. Throughout her career she has specialized in creating and enhancing diversity pipeline programs in collaboration with national organizations in a variety of markets. She developed a four-part inclusive leadership series for her clients that focused on overcoming biases, cultivating authenticity in the workplace, and allyship. This series has had over 1000 participants across multiple sectors.

Rachel earned a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Master’s of Education from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and is finalizing a Doctorate of Philosophy in Education Administration at Indiana State University. She is native of Milwaukee, WI, and a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.

 

Scott Domingue, MBA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, CMSRN, serves at the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Nursing Officer of Behavioral Health at Texas Health Resources. In this role, Scott is responsible for improving care provided to individuals affected by mental illness and substance use disorder throughout the Texas Health system. Scott also has operational responsibility for five inpatient psychiatric hospitals and 18 outpatient behavioral health clinics located throughout the DFW metroplex.

Scott has previously served as the Associate Chief Nursing Officer and Neurosciences Service Line Director at Texas Health Plano. Prior to joining Texas Health Resources, he served in various roles at Medical City Denton including Director of Emergency Services and Director of Medical-Surgical Services. Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Louisiana- Lafayette and is currently pursuing a DNP at the University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing.

 

 

Francisco Gonzalez is the Manager of Hospitality and Guest Relations for Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas celebrating 20 years of service this year. Frank is originally from Laredo, Texas and is one of 6 siblings. Having learned a strong work ethic from his parents, but always having a strong interest in hospitality, Frank’s career began with Ruth B Cowl Rehabilitation Center. He soon moved onto Marriott Riverwalk and River center, before finally joining THD. Francisco has a passion for individuals with disabilities and has volunteered with the Special Olympics since 1980 and even started a Special Olympics bowling team called the Unstoppabowls, which was sponsored by THD. The team was together for one season but went all the way to state where the team members earned bronze, silver and gold medals. Francisco’s work with adults with disabilities goes back decades, but he has been the Project Search Liaison for 6 years. In his spare time, he enjoys outdoor activities and handing with friends. Most importantly spending time with his best dog friend, Harley.

 

 

Ken Hutchenrider joined Methodist Richardson Medical Center as President in July, 2010.

He has more than 30 years of executive experience with a result-oriented record of substantially increasing financial stability and strengthening team management to build a tradition of providing the best care possible to the communities served.

During his tenure, Ken administered the assimilation of the hospital into the Methodist Health System, as well as the development of a $120M replacement hospital and its subsequent and ongoing expansions. Additional accomplishments include the establishment of a new wound care center, Level III Nursery, development of the Da Vinci surgical program, Level 3 Trauma Program, Comprehensive Stroke program and the successful recruitment/employment of new medical staff members. Under his direction, Methodist Richardson has received accreditations as a Chest Pain Center, a Stroke Center, and achieved nursing Magnet Designation.

Prior to July 2010, Ken served as the Chief Executive Officer of Galesburg Cottage Hospital, in Galesburg, Illinois. Previously in his career, Ken served in executive roles including Chief Executive Officer of the Terre Haute Regional Hospital in Terre Haute, Indiana and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas. Ken started his career in a clinical position as a Paramedic Shift Supervisor in Pasadena, Texas.

He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University and a Masters of Healthcare Administration from the University of Houston, Clear Lake.

In 2018, Ken was proudly elected to serve on the Richardson City Council in Place 5.

He is actively involved in the community and has served as the Chairman of the Richardson Chamber of Commerce and President of the Plano Independent School District Foundation. Ken is an enthusiastic supporter of the PISD and RISD Health Sciences Academy. Currently, Ken serves as the Regent for Northern Texas for the American College of Healthcare Executives

Ken has received many accolades, including the Chamber’s Education Hero Award, the American Heart Association SOAR Award, the Community Health System Outstanding Achievement Award, and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

On a personal note, Ken and his wife Melinda have two teenage daughters. When he’s not spending time with his family, you are most likely to find Ken on the golf course.

 

Dr. DeLancey Johnson is the Senior Vice President and Associate Chief Talent Officer for Parkland Health.

In this role, Dr. Johnson provides strategic leadership in the planning and implementing of quality-based, integrated human resources (HR) programs.

Dr. Johnson has over 20 years of HR expertise across international and domestic markets, public and private sectors, and non-profit and for-profit organizations, including multiple health systems in Texas and Florida. He is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SHRM-SCP, SPHR, sHRBP) and an active member of the North Texas chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHENTX). In addition, Dr. Johnson has recently served as Corporate Employee Relations Director for Memorial Healthcare System in Hollywood, Florida, providing consultative HR services to all leadership levels, developing, and managing diversity and inclusion strategies, and creating talent development centers to support continuous development.

Dr. Johnson serves as the 2022 President-Elect on the Board of Directors for the Mid-Cities Human Resource Association (MCHRA).

Dr. Johnson holds a Doctor of Business Administration (specializing in Human Resources Management) degree from Northcentral University in Scottsdale, Arizona, and a Master of Business Administration from Syracuse University. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts from Edward Waters University.

 

Teneisha Kennard is the Executive Director of Behavioral Health – Ambulatory Services at JPS Health Network.

 

With over a decade of experience in mental and behavioral health, Teneisha’s current role is a continuation of her life’s passion of service. In her current role as executive director, she is responsible for the operation and development of a full continuum of accessible outpatient behavioral health services. Born and raised in Fort Worth, Teneisha completed her undergraduate degree at Texas Christian University and graduate studies at The University of Texas at Arlington.

 

Teneisha is a licensed Social Worker with a wealth of knowledge as a practitioner, educator and administrator. Her heart for service has led her to work with some of our most vulnerable populations including people experiencing homelessness, justice system involved individuals and those facing socio-economic challenges.

 

Her path has resulted in progressive leadership positions and provided Teneisha the opportunity to build innovative programming, secure funding through grant writing and participate in informative research resulting in publication.

 

For nearly 20 years, Diane Partin, LPC-S, has devoted her life and career in serving through direct care, supervision, or in Executive Leadership, those individuals and families who live with all levels of mental illness or mental/emotional crisis in their lives. Her experience in clinical service ranges from working with the indigent population in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex; individuals, couples, and families in private practice, serving as expert in the family court systems; working alongside children and families in the foster care and adoption system; and individuals who need more acute care hospital-based programs. She has had the opportunity influence and build stellar clinical programs to meet mental health needs in our greater North Texas community. She presently serves as the Administrative Director of Behavior Health Outpatient Services at Medical City Green Oaks in Dallas, TX; and on the Board of Directors for NAMI TX, as a member of the Executive Committee and as the Region 2 Director. In her role at Medical City Green Oaks, she considers it a privileged to oversee programming both clinically and operationally, that offers patients a continuum of care as they step down from inpatient hospitalization or are needing critical care to avoid an inpatient admission through our Partial Hospitalization Program otherwise known as Day Hospital, Multiple Intensive Outpatient Services, and/or Counseling services in order to promote stability and healing.

 

Monique Roland is the Manager of the Integrated Disability Management Department at Texas Health Resources. Monique has been in the Integrated Disability and Absence Management environment for over 27 years, starting as a Worker’s Compensation Specialist. Her areas of expertise have evolved through the years to include, American’s with Disabilities (ADA), ADAAA, Reasonable Accommodations, Family Medical Leave (FMLA), and Modified Duty. She holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Management and an MBA with a Concentration in Human Resource Management. Monique takes pleasure in educating manager’s and leaders on the laws that surround Integrated Disability and Absence Management to ensure complete compliance with the laws and to make sure the employee’s experience is a positive one. Monique is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc and enjoys volunteering with her sorority.

 

Corey Wilson, FACHE, chief operating officer at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, is responsible for the day to day ancillary and support operations of the hospital. Prior to returning to the Texas Health family he served as vice president of Ancillary and Support Services at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, California. While there he implemented a 340B drug discount program resulting in $5 million in annual savings and restructured the Support Services division to improve regulatory compliance and fiscal stability.

He began his career at Texas Health in 2007 as an administrative resident at Texas Health Fort Worth and then went on to serve as both the director of Planning and Business Development and support services officer at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital. Together with his team, he managed key components of the Texas Health Heart & Vascular Hospital Arlington including construction, licensure, accreditation and operations, and improving patient satisfaction scores.

In 2015, Corey returned to Texas Health Fort Worth as vice president and professional services officer. He served as project lead for the System Integration and Innovation Office where he was responsible for aligning Texas Health Physicians Group operations and improving cost. In addition, he led the coordination of a comprehensive neuroscience strategy, enhanced inpatient imaging procedures and chaired the team responsible for the development and implementation of tele-stroke services.

Corey received a bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Oklahoma and a master’s degree in health administration from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and also serves on the boards of United Way of Tarrant County, North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council, and Texas Health Park Hill Surgery Center.

 

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