9-9:55am – Healthcare Leadership Panel
10-11am – Breakout Sessions
Note: This event will be via zoom .
Dr. Britt Berrett, FACHE, Program Director of Healthcare Leadership & Management Jindal School of Management at University of Texas at Dallas
Britt Berrett, FACHE served as the president of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, a 900-bed hospital, and executive vice president of the Texas Health Resources (THR) network of 24 facilities and more than 250 ambulatory centers located throughout North Texas prior to joining UT Dallas. Previously he was the president and chief executive officer of Medical City and Medical City Children’s Hospital, the flagship medical center for the North Texas Division of HCA. He also served as a CEO as part of the SHARP Healthcare system in San Diego, Calif. With almost 30 years of both not-for-profit and for-profit executive healthcare experience, he has navigated some of the most complicated organizational and environmental challenges in healthcare. In his executive role, his organizations have achieved recognition for exceptional organizational performance and employee engagement. Berrett has experienced an inspiring level of success through his commitment to teams and organizational culture. Throughout his career, he has served on 17 boards of directors for industry and community organizations and agencies. He brings his professional and educational experience to The University of Texas at Dallas to prepare the next generation of healthcare leaders.
Angela Michael, MHS-HFM, LSSBB, CPHQ, CIC, Manager for Improvement Academy at Methodist Health System
Angela is a healthcare leader, coach and collaborator who is passionate about improving patient experience and key outcomes by engaging clinical and operational leaders on innovative process improvements. Her passion for healthcare improvement is cemented firmly in her experience as the advocate and care navigator for her mom (oncology) and daughter (prematurity). As a young millennial female healthcare leader, whose ethnicity and origin have ties to India, Nigeria, Canada, and America, Angela also believes in quietly and peacefully influencing an inclusive and equitable culture for all.
For over a decade, Angela has engaged healthcare cross-functional teams with a strong focus on clinical quality improvement, performance excellence, project management and clinical analytics. In her current role at Methodist Health System, she collaborates with leaders at all levels of the organization to advance patient care and employee engagement. Angela holds a Master’s degree in Health Finance and Management from Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and is an active member with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) North Texas chapter.
Angela’s world revolves around her family, her husband, their 9 year old daughter, 6 year old son and two dogs, Spot and Snow! Her all-time favorite quote is by Dr. Nelson Mandela, “I never fail. I am either winning or learning”.
Jared Lange MBA, Director for Business Sustainability and Development at Parkland
Jared joined Parkland Health & Hospital System in March 2019 and is the Director of Business Sustainability and Development. Jared’s role is responsible for leading strategic efforts to identify cost-saving and additional revenue opportunities for Parkland. Also, Jared is actively involved in Parkland’s fight against the Covid pandemic. Jared helped lead the activation of one of the first testing drive-thrus in the country in March of 2020, with the ability to test hundreds of people per day. Also, he managed two mega vaccine sites with the capacity to vaccinate thousands of people per day in early 2021.
Before joining Parkland, Jared served in various consulting and operations roles. He was a Sr. Operations Consultant for CallisonRTKL, where he helped define the future processes that would drive the conceptual design of a new facility. Also, Jared spent the first seven years of his career with Crothall Healthcare, working in various support service roles in hospitals across the country.
Jared obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in Economics from Wabash College and earned his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas. In addition, he obtained his Lean and Six Sigma Black Belt from IISE. He’s the Chair of the Membership and Networking Committee for the ACHE of North Texas Chapter. Also, he’s the President of Wabash College’s DFW Alumni Board of Governors.
Fraser Hay, FACHE, President of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital, Hurst-Euless-Bedford
Fraser Hay is the President of Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst-Euless-Bedford (THHEB), where he has served since the beginning of 2018. He has worked as an executive in progressive leadership roles within Texas Health Resources since 2010, first at Texas Health Southwest Fort Worth and then Texas Health Plano, before moving to THHEB.
In his current role, Fraser oversees the daily operations, strategic planning, business development, continuous improvement, and hospital culture for the more than 1,300 employees, 200 volunteers, and 800 active staff physicians and allied health professionals.
Throughout his career, Fraser has overseen more than $125 million in construction projects and has been known for his collaborative leadership style that focuses on building partnerships with physicians and hospital staff to collectively enhance the care provided.
Fraser received his BBA in Finance from the University of Oklahoma and then his Masters in Health Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio. He completed his residency with INTEGRIS Health in Oklahoma City.
He is a Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and was honored as the 2015 Young Healthcare Executive of the Year by the North Texas Chapter of ACHE, and the 2017 Young Healthcare Executive of the Year by the Dallas-Fort Worth Hospital Council.
Fraser is actively involved in his profession and community by serving on the Boards of the Texas Health Southlake hospital, Texas Health Bedford Surgery Center, North Texas Chapter of ACHE, HEB ISD Education Foundation, and is actively involved in his church and children’s activities.
Breakout Session Hosts:
–Marva M. Goins, Pharm.D., M.B.A., DPLA, FACHE, Director of Pharmacy at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest Fort Worth
• Project Management
–Dr. Brandon Goertz, Vice President of Professional and Support Services at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Hurst – Euless – Bedford
• Quality and Patient Safety
—Tracy B. Chamblee, PhD, APRN, PCNS-BC, AE-C, CPHQ, CPPS, Clinical Executive at UNTHSC, Managing Editor for the journal of Pediatric Nursing and Former Senior Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Children’s Health
• Digitization of Healthcare
–Dr. Mehmet Ayvaci, is an Associate Professor of Information Systems in the Jindal School of Management at the University of Texas Dallas