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End of Year Awards Banquet
December 13, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Join us for a SW Ohio HFMA Education day and year-end holiday celebration on December 13th at the RhineGeist Reception Hall. Our Chapter will briefly recognize our 2019/20 volunteer leaders and leave plenty of time for networking in the afternoon. This event is one of the better events to network with our provider and partnered colleagues.
There will be three outstanding leadership speakers, a luncheon and a networking gathering for just $25. This will be a great way to kick-off the holiday season with our HFMA friends.
Speakers for Event
Davis M. Robinson, Ph.D., SHRM-CP is a professional speaker, author, educator, and training professional with over 20 years of OD and Training & Development experience. Dr. Robinson has worked in leadership roles in the finance, retail, government, sales, higher education, healthcare, insurance and automotive manufacturing industries. He is a native of Louisville, KY and received his doctorate and master degrees from the University of Louisville and his undergrad from Western Kentucky University.
His specialty areas are Leadership Development, Mentoring, and Employee Engagement. His dissertation on Mentoring African American Men was nominated for the Malcolm Knowles Dissertation of the Year award. Along with his book Discipline Your Motivation he has published articles in professional magazines and research journals. Some of his speaking engagements include: International Mentoring Association, Western Kentucky University, Indiana Department of Transportation, International Human Resource Development Conference, Jefferson County Public Schools, Kindred Healthcare, Greater Cincinnati American Society for Training and Development. Dr. Robinson has won speaking contests for Toastmasters International and is currently is the Director of St. Elizabeth’s Leadership Academy.
Keith Hepp is CFO and Senior Vice President of Business Development of The Health Collaborative in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a national leader in e-Health, Keith has worked as a consultant to many other HIEs around the country providing them with financial advice, calculation of ROI and business case recommendations. Keith has spoken widely on health information technology and data exchange for a variety of national events over his nearly 20 years in health care informatics.
Keith served previously as Interim CEO, CFO and Vice President of HealthBridge, which merged with The Health Collaborative and The Greater Cincinnati Health Council in March of 2015. Founded in 1997, HealthBridge started as a regional effort to improve health care quality as a not-for-profit corporation that supports health information technology (HIT) adoption, health information exchange (HIE), and innovative use of information for improved health care outcomes. Today, HealthBridge is recognized as one of the nation’s largest, most advanced, and most financially sustainable health information.
Keith is also a founder and Board Chair of the Strategic Health Information Exchange Collaborative (SHIEC), which is the national association of HIE’s covering data exchange of 92% of the US population.
Keith was recently named as a finalist for Cincinnati’s CFO of the Year award. He received a B.A./B.S. in Accounting from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1986.
Former Business Courier publisher Doug Bolton leads Cincinnati Cares, standing up the organization as the volunteer-centric entity our region needs and expanding the Cincinnati Cares platform to serve all individuals, businesses and nonprofits. After many years of service and business leadership in the Cincinnati and Dayton regions, it’s appropriate that Doug is putting his energy on a solution to our region’s volunteer crisis. He brings to Cincinnati Cares experience as a trained journalist in print, digital and all forms of broadcast media, with deep knowledge of and involvement in most, if not all economic ecosystems in our 3-state region. He has strong capabilities as a chief spokesman through speaking and audience engagement and has overseen processes and P&Ls, human resource management, strategic planning, marketing execution and sales and sales management. Over the past 20 years, as CEO of his respective organizations, he has taken three good organizations and made them great. Two were in the publishing industry — including 10 years as publisher of the Business Courier — the other in commercial real estate services. In addition, he has served as board chair and in other leadership roles in some of our region’s largest nonprofit organizations.