Welcome to People in Health Care

Talent Management Summit for the Health Care Sector

January 28th- 29th, 2014 // Houston Hilton Post Oak // Houston, TX

An engaged workforce, is a workforce willing and prepared to deliver consistently high levels of patient care. Given the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), in 2013-14 and beyond- health care providers’ only option for survival will be to build and maintain a leadership pipeline and to keep talent highly engaged. Only strong leadership will have the agility to take the industry through the coming changes while enabling talent to provide excellent customer service. In failing to achieve the goals of efficient leadership and engagement, organizations will surely take a huge hit to their bottom line.

TMA’s 4th Annual People in Health Care Conference will bring together talent management professionals for the purpose of aligning themselves with accountable care reform. Learn the keys to building strong leadership within organizations during this new phase of health care. Discover ways to develop a pipeline of engaged, business-minded leaders that can lead and motivate by example.

Featured Speakers – view all speakers

Alison Arkin MS, RD, LD
Alison Arkin MS, RD, LD
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Office of Learning and Performance Development
Cleveland Clinic Health System
Joseph B. Hill
Joseph B. Hill
Vice President & Chief Diversity Officer
Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin
Cynthia L. Mercer
Cynthia L. Mercer
SVP, Chief Administrative Officer
Matt Rimer
Matt Rimer
Director- Talent Acquisition
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center



Network with Speaker Faculty and Event Participants including: C-Suite Executives, CHRO, VP HR, SVP HR, COO, CFO, Director, Deputy Directors, Managers and Team Leaders with responsibilities in:

  • Human Resources
  • Talent Management
  • Performance Management
  • Talent Acquisition & Recruitment
  • Engagement & Retention
  • Leadership Development
  • Corporate Culture
  • Human Capital Strategy
  • Organizational Development
  • Learning & Development