Title: How to Effectively Sell Your Ideas to Senior Healthcare Management
Presenter: Sherry Doggett
Date: February 28, 2015
Time:1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET
CE Credits: 1 PD
Description:Are you a manager or supervisor who has a really great idea but are unsure of how to “sell” the idea to the senior management of your organization or MTSO? Are you looking to grow your skills and become a more valuable member of the team?
Past President Sherry Doggett has more than 18 years’ experience in her former role as Director of Corporate Transcription Services at UC Health in presenting her ideas to senior leadership and getting those ideas implemented within her department. In this session, Sherry will not only provide tips on how to “sell” your ideas but also teach how to formulate an idea, test an idea, and formally present it to administrative personnel.
Whether you’re looking for buy-in from your organization’s leaders to promote credentialing in the workplace and hire credentialed workers; have an idea for how the organization can grow, save money, or run more efficiently; or have another type of opportunity to pitch, this informative session will provide solid take-aways to assist in articulating ideas, spark imagination, and get results.
Speaker Biography:Sherry Doggett is Past President of the AHDI National Leadership Board (2011-2012) and recently completed two terms on the national board. She served as chair of the QA for EHR Clinician Created Documentation task force, a joint project supported by AHIMA and AHDI. She is an active member of the AHDI Managers/Supervisors Steering Committee and served as chair of the AHDI National Past Presidents Council.
Sherry retired May 1, 2013, as Director of Corporate Transcription Services UC Health in Cincinnati, Ohio, a multi-hospital integrated delivery system. She served in that role from 1995 until retirement. Sherry was part of the UC Health IT Leadership team and active in UC Health’s Epic implementation.
Sherry attended the University of Kentucky and through her employer completed a certification in Healthcare Management and Leadership at Xavier University. Sherry is also a trained Six Sigma Green Belt. She remains active as a volunteer for AHDI, AHIMA, and serves on her credit union’s board. Sherry and her husband David now live in Silver Spring, Maryland.