Saturday, June 17, 2023, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Alex Weber is an American Ninja Warrior, Award-Winning Leader & Entertainer positively inspiring millions to achieve breakthrough success! Not only does Alex talk the talk as an in-demand international speaker, he’s walked the walk as an elite competitor on NBC’s Emmy-nominated series American Ninja Warrior. Well, more like, leaped the leap! This wildly popular TV show has sparked a global phenomenon to the extent that hundreds of thousands of people apply, and only a few hundred are given the rare opportunity to compete. Alex is the only person to host and compete on NBC American Ninja Warrior.
Alex’s greatest passion is championing your highest potential by helping you find your Edge, because success is about more than just knowing what to do, it’s knowing how to do it. Alex shows Top Professionals and Leaders how to bring their very best everyday, and to the most high-stakes situations that can make or break your success. It's his sincere understanding of peak performance and peak challenges, mixed with inspiring stories and actionable strategies that makes Alex unforgettable and your human shot of espresso. With his contagious energy and passion, Alex shares his game-changing secrets to record-breaking success!
Scott Trevino, MBA, MS
New Legislation and Regulations Are Evolving HTM. Are You Prepared?
Sunday, June 18, 2023, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
As legislation, guidance, and regulations like The Healthcare Cybersecurity Act, The PATCH Act, FDA guidance, and others become law, health systems are scrambling to understand the impact on their HTM programs. Compliance will not be a technicality left to IT or cybersecurity teams but will have industrywide implications on HTM policies and procedures. Leaders must prepare to embrace a shifting cybersecurity landscape using approaches designed to keep the organization transparent, compliant, and secure. Our session will dissect the cybersecurity landscape through a legislative and regulatory lens and examine the best practices needed to ensure HTM programs remain compliant and safe.
Scott Trevino is senior vice president of cybersecurity, and in this capacity, he leads efforts to define the strategy to deliver value, growth, and evolution of TRIMEDX’s cybersecurity solutions. He is responsible for identifying trends in cybersecurity, technology, as well as recognizing & anticipating the evolution of clients, market, and industry needs to translate them into market-leading solutions that meet the needs of and bring value to clients.
Prior to joining TRIMEDX, Trevino spent over 20 years at GE Healthcare holding multiple leadership positions in product management, product development, services, technology/engineering, operations, and quality & regulatory. Scott earned an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a Master of Science in Computing and two bachelor’s degrees in computer science and psychology from Marquette University.
Herman A. McKenzie, MBA, CHSP
An Update with the Joint Commission
Monday, June 19, 2023, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Attendees will get a rare opportunity to meet a leader from the Joint Commission in an interactive session. Herman McKenzie, director of the Department of Engineering in the Standards Interpretation Group, leads the team responsible in developing
and interpreting the Life Safety and Environment of Care Standards. Come with questions and have them answered in real time!
Herman McKenzie is currently the Director, Department of Engineering in the Standards Interpretation Group at The Joint Commission. In this role, he leads the standards interpretation and customer support activities relative to the Life Safety and Environment of Care standards. Mr. McKenzie also manages all activities associated with the daily operations of the Engineering department, provides standards interpretation and education to The Joint Commission’s Surveyors and accredited organizations, reviews equivalency requests and survey reports, conducts surveys and Intracycle Monitoring conference calls, serves as faculty for educational programs, and is a speaker for national, regional, state, and local audiences.
Join us at the 2023 AAMI eXchange for Ask Herman!
Herman McKenzie, director of the Department of Engineering in the Standards Interpretation Group, leads the team responsible in developing and interpreting the Life Safety and Environment of Care Standards. Herman will select questions submitted via this form and answer them live on stage at the AAMI eXchange. If your question is selected and you are in attendance, you may be able to ask your question in person. This is always one of our most popular sessions, so please submit your question today!