How to Corral “Wired Surgeons” to Create a Meaningful Strategic Plan
About the Program
Specialty physicians are very busy and don’t always “play well” with marketing and planning sessions. Most are in their own world and don’t understand the value of a sound process to develop plans that will lead to successful initiatives. Come and hear how seasoned veteran Andrea Wyatt, CEO (OSI Orthopedics) has handled those “wired providers” over the past 3 decades.
Learn how a simple approach can yield meaningful tactics to achieve practice goals. Hear steps used to focus doctor energy and intelligence in the goal-setting process.
SIG Program beginning at 4:15. Networking before & after the speaker. Light snacks & drinks are provided. All healthcare marketers and planners from physician groups, hospitals, payers, and pharmaceuticals are invited. For more information, please contact Vince Vandehaar, AMAKC Healthcare SIG Chair (Avila University / VVV Consultants LLC) (913) 302-7264.
Date: September 15, 2022
Time: 4:30pm to 5:30pm
1st Floor Conf Room
11909 Wornall Road
Kansas City, MO 64145
About the Speakers
Andrea Wyatt, MBA FACMPE
Chief Executive Officer
Andrea Wyatt has 3 decades of experience in leading providers within multiple medical specialties. Prior to joining OSI Orthopedics, Wyatt served in a variety of management roles with Mid America Heart & Lung Surgeons, University Health, Consultants in Gastroenterology, SSM Health, & Avera Health. Wyatt is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives and has an MBA from William Woods University.
About the Brand
OSI Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Our goal is to work closely with each patient to develop a personalized treatment plan that helps him or her resume a normal lifestyle as soon as possible. Our Kansas City orthopedic doctors are board-certified or board-eligible surgeons that focus on the unique issues of each patient. Each patient’s treatment plan varies and may include medical treatment, physical therapy, surgery or a combination thereof to treat the patient’s health concern.