COVID-19: What We Learned:


  July 15, 2021

    3 - 4:30 PM

Join ACHEGO members and like-minded healthcare professionals for this Face-to-Face event!

Emergency management efforts are critical to effectively prepare and respond to the COVID-19 outbreak. Public health and healthcare organizations operate in extremely complex environments that can be exacerbated in an emergency setting. The outbreak of COVID-19 presents a dynamic application of wide-scaled responses that requires decisive leadership activities and coordination.

The session will cover and provide a general debrief of the COVID-19 Pandemic response from a leadership perspective.

  • ACHE members earn 1.5 Face-to-Face Credits!


Evaline Alessandrini, MDExecutive Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Interim Chief Operating Officer, UC Health

Dr. Evaline Alessandrini, Executive Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Interim Chief Operating Officer, UC Health Dr. Alessandrini joined UC Health in December 2017 as senior vice president & chief medical officer (CMO) after previous service on UC Health’s Board of Directors, including time as chair of the Board’s Patient Care Committee. She has 30 years of contributions to academic medicine in academic health systems. Additionally, Dr. Alessandrini serves as Professor of Pediatrics at the UC College of Medicine. Before her time at UC Health, Dr. Alessandrini served as professor and associate chair of outcomes and process improvement in the Department of Pediatrics within the UC College of Medicine and practiced clinically in pediatric emergency medicine for 25 years. At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, she served as the assistant vice president for improvement integration within the James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence working with clinical institutes, divisions and business units to manage strategically aligned clinical portfolios focused on improving outcomes, experience and value of care. Dr. Alessandrini completed her fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and her pediatric residency and chief residency at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. She received her undergraduate degree from Marquette University, her doctor of medicine from Jefferson Medical College, and a masters’ degree in clinical epidemiology and biostatistics from the University of Pennsylvania where she served as a faculty member of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine for 17 years.

Featured Speakers:

Jacob Bast, FACMPE, FACHECOO, St. Elizabeth Physicians


Craig BrammerCEO, The Health Collaborative

Craig Brammer serves as President and CEO of the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement (NRHI) & The Health Collaborative, a regional health improvement collaborative in Cincinnati. In these concurrent roles, he is responsible for helping leaders set a shared strategic direction and execute on a broad agenda of improving health and healthcare across the country. At NRHI, Craig oversees a membership base of over 30 members/state partner regional health improvement collaboratives that are working to improve health, reduce price, and eliminate waste in their communities. At The Health Collaborative, Craig manages a $15 million annual budget and leads a team of 65 health professionals focused on the organization’s three work streams: Healthcare Improvement, Population Health, and Clinical Informatics. He previously served on the leadership team at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in Washington, DC, where he focused on the intersection of technology and payment policy and led a $260 million Federal technology innovation program. A Cincinnati native, Craig earned his master’s degree in Organizational Behavior at the University of Cincinnati. He splits his time between Ohio, Maine, and Washington, D.C., working with NRHI members across the country to achieve a higher quality, affordable healthcare system for all.


Steve Davis, MDCOO, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Steve's clinical background in pediatric clinical care medicine, as well as the hospital’s mission to be the leader in improving child health, informs his work. In support of that mission, Dr. Davis and his team lead the ongoing effort to maximize operational performance at Cincinnati Children’s.


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