Dr. Holly Atkinson has engaged audiences on achieving wellness for more than 20 years. She is the senior on-air medical correspondent and chief medical editor of the digital consumer health video network HealthiNation.
Emory Austin connects life lessons to business strategies and creates original material for your stage. Her presentation style is upbeat and energetic, with a dynamic mix of message and concrete solutions.
With thirty years of experience in patient care, health care marketing, business development and administration, Kristin Baird is a talented speaker and consultant with a passion for service excellence.
Ridley approaches the subject of Patient Safety and Quality of Care with a powerful message of hope, healing, and forgiveness. He empowers patients, families, clinicians and those impacted by adverse medical events.
Michael Broome offers a realistic blending of hope and confidence...loaded with humor. He teaches his audiences to have faith not only in our system, but also in their ability to make that system work for them.
An award-winning teacher, entertainer and author, Juli Burney makes strong connections with her audiences. She has the ability to entertain as a headlining comedian with the ease of a top-notch motivational speaker.
An award-winning comic, juggler and cancer survivor, Scott Burton is working to bring his message of the human side of the cancer experience to healthcare professionals and survivors in a way never seen before.
Donna Cardillo travels the world helping women and healthcare professionals to reach their full potential. Over 25 years of clinical, business and managerial experience, not to mention her stint as a professional singer.
Jim Carroll is one of the world's leading futurists, trends and innovation experts. And it's his inspirational, transformative thinking that will help you discover opportunity in an era of high-velocity change.
One of the most respected voices in journalism, Geoff Colvin helps businesses look ahead at the key issues and gives leaders the perspective they need to make better decisions about the future of their business.
Although born with ectrodactylism, a rare birth defect, Roger not only became the only athlete with four impaired limbs to compete in a NCAA Division I sport, he also became a Hall of Fame Division I athlete.
Barbara Glanz, "The Employee Motivation Expert," works with organizations that want to improve morale, retention and service and with people who want to rediscover the joy in their work and in their lives.
Jeff Goldsmith is a Director of the Cerner Corporation, a healthcare informatics firm as well as a member of the editorial board of Health Affairs. He is also Director of Essent Healthcare, a hospital management firm.
In the course of doing her work on teamwork in healthcare, she developed the concept of Team Intelligence. She is co-author of the play about team relationships in healthcare entitled "Bedside Manners."
Twenty four years of experience in the healthcare industry, coupled with over a decade as a business owner, give Laurie unique insights into the challenges facing businesses and the impact of an apathetic staff.
Tim Hague overcame the odds when he went from a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease to winning season #1 of The Amazing Race Canada. Now he shares the lessons learned from having run and won this amazing race with Parkinson's.
Vicki Hess inspires action by sharing high-impact, easy to implement ideas that transform the way people work. As a cancer survivor and victim of a surgical mistake, she brings the voice of the patient into her programs.
At the age of 27, Chad Hymas' life changed in an instant when a 2,000-pound bale of hay shattered his neck leaving him a quadriplegic. But his dreams were not paralyzed - he became an example of what is possible!
In addition to his clinical experience as a vascular surgeon, Dr. John Kenagy has been Chief of Surgery, Chief of Staff and Regional Vice President for Business Development in a not-for-profit healthcare system.
In 2001 Sorrel King's daughter, Josie, died as a result of medical errors. Setting out to prevent patients from being harmed or killed by medical errors, she and her husband created the Josie King Foundation.
Since retiring from the WNBA, Rebecca Lobo has been actively involved with various philanthropic endeavors, including founding the "RuthAnn and Rebecca Lobo Scholarship in Allied Health" at UConn in 2001.
Allison Massari's mission is to inspire, invigorate and support people in the everyday stresses of their jobs while facilitating a deeper connection to the patient experience and a palpable grasp of their power as healers.
Connie Merritt is an established healthcare information agent to leaders as she understands what they're facing in this dynamic industry where it's estimated that the sheer volume of knowledge doubles every six years.
Ian Morrison is an internationally known author, consultant, and futurist specializing in long-term forecasting and planning with particular emphasis on healthcare and the changing business environment.
At the age of 35, news anchor Leslie Mouton was diagnosed witn an aggressive form of breast cancer. Rather than hide it, she decided to face it, share it, and try to help others through her own experience.
Brad Nieder is a funny doctor, keynote speaker and clean comedian who blends health care humor with wellness advice and an uplifting message. Audiences love his "Laughter is the Best Medicine" program!
James Orlikoff specializes in health care governance and leadership, strategy, quality, and organizational development. He is the National Advisor on governance and leadership to the American Hospital Association.
Kathleen Pagana has been a leader in healthcare for more than 35 years, with experiences including college teaching, administration, clinical practice, business management, writing and professional speaking.
After winning the Miss Michigan pageant of 1987, Kaye Lani Rae Rafko-Wilson was crowned the 61st Miss America in 1988. She holds the distinction of being the very first Registered Nurse to become Miss America.
With contagious humor and superb timing, Bobbie delivers clean, original material that leaves the participants laughing, thinking, reflecting and growing. Her message is upbeat, and her style is very entertaining!
Jack Uldrich is a well-recognized global futurist and author of eleven books. A frequent speaker on technology, change management and leadership, he has addressed hundreds of corporations on five continents.