Mid-level Management’s Role in the Transition to Value
Podcast release date: June 23, 2020
In this inaugural episode of Managing from the Middle: Leading Through Change 6-part podcast series, listeners will begin to understand the transition to value-based care and population health and why mid-level management plays a critical role. Joining the conversation are Kyle Southerland, Special Projects and Community Health Coordinator with Bacon County Hospital in Georgia and Terry Hill, Senior Advisor for Rural Health Leadership and Policy at the National Rural Health Resource Center.
“You first have to realize that there is a change that is relevant, not just to leadership or mid-level managers, it’s relevant to the entire organization.”
Terry Hill, Senior Advisor for Leadership & Rural Health Policy, National Rural Health Resource Center
Terry has been working with rural hospitals across the country for the last 30 years and is the founder of the National Rural Health Resource Center. He has moved to a senior advisor role but continues to work with rural hospitals in every state helping rural hospitals make the transition to value.
Kyle Southerland, Project Management and Community Health, Bacon County Hospital, Alma, GA
Kyle Southerland serves as the Special Projects and Community Health Coordinator for Bacon County Hospital and Health System in Alma, Georgia. His role includes ownership of multiple projects in population health, community engagement, and quality improvement. Kyle holds a bachelor’s degree in Business – Healthcare Management, and he is working on both Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration degrees. Kyle is passionate about population health, and he is inspired by patient-centered care and the power that access to health information holds in improving the health efficacy of consumers.