Podcast #2: The Mid-level Leader’s Role in Population Health

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Learn some of the core competencies that will help mid-level leaders thrive while implementing population health initiatives. 

Podcast Guests:

Carly Kubesh, BSN, RN, PHN, Clinic Manager, Olivia Hospital & ClinicI currently serve as the Clinic Manager at Olivia Hospital & Clinic. Throughout the years here I have worked in the Emergency Department, Medical/Surgical Department, Obstetrical/Nursery Department, Hospice Department, as well as serving as the RN Quality Improvement Specialist. My husband and I both grew up in the area and are raising our family here. Participating in providing care of the highest quality for my patients and communities is a passion of mine. I have a special interest in patient care and helping patients improve and manage their well-being.

Shannon Studden, MS, PHR, Senior Program Specialist, National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)Shannon joined The Center in February 2018. She provides education, coaching, and technical assistance designed to help rural health network leaders achieve their goals.With extensive experience designing and delivering educational programs and facilitating team events, Shannon brings expertise in the fields of leadership development, group processes, continuous improvement, and conflict management. Shannon has supported leaders and workgroups in a variety of industries, including mining, public utilities, and health care. She has also taught classes in Management, Organizational Behavioral, Interpersonal Relations, and Teamwork at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She received her Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse.

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