For Immediate Release
HRO Today Announces Winners and Leaders of Distinction for 2017 Healthcare Program of the Year Awards
May 4, 2017 – Philadelphia, PA – HRO Today has announced the winners of its first-ever 2017 Healthcare Program of the Year Awards.
The winners were announced in the following three categories at an awards luncheon hosted by AMN Healthcare on May 3, 2017, at the HRO Today Forum North America in Chicago: healthcare talent management program, healthcare HR innovation, and healthcare HR executive. This year, all finalists were also recognized as leaders of distinction.
The three 2017 Healthcare Program of the Year Awards winners are:
– Healthcare Talent Management Program Category: Jeff Jurinak, Talent Acquisition Manager, Health First
– Healthcare HR Innovation Category: Jane Maksoud, CHRO, Mount Sinai Health System
– Healthcare HR Executive Category: Adriene McCoy, CHRO, Baptist Health South Florida
The 2017 Healthcare Program of the Year Awards leaders of distinction are:
– Julene Campion, Vice President, Talent Management, Geisinger Health System
– Beth Mehaffey, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Baptist Health
– Mark Puleo, Vice President, CHRO, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital
“With our healthcare awards program, we’ve honored the HR leaders who have helped address some of HR’s biggest challenges in healthcare, including developing innovative talent management programs, demonstrating innovation in organizational development, cultivating employee engagement programs, and leveraging predictive analytics in workforce planning, to name a few,” said Elliot Clark, CEO of SharedXpertise and HRO Today. “We congratulate all of this year’s leaders of distinction and the winners of the category awards.”
For more information about the HRO Today Forum North America, click here, and for more information about the winners, click here.
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