Clinician Engagement Mini Series

Are you ready to elevate your healthcare fundraising game? Look no further! This October, SCAHD presents a mini-series featuring expert insights on physician engagement, grateful patient philanthropy, and data-driven engagement. Bundle and save on all three events OR register for individual presentations!

Register for All Three Events

A Comprehensive Approach to Physician Engagement
and Grateful Patient Philanthropy

Tuesday, October 10, 2023
3:00-4:00 PM PST

Event Registration:

$25 Member
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$35 Non-Member
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Bill Littlejohn
Foundations of Sharp Healthcare

For two decades, the Foundations of Sharp HealthCare in San Diego have implemented a strategic approach to physician engagement and grateful patient philanthropy. The result has been hundreds of physicians actively engaged in philanthropy. This session will cover the mechanics of a comprehensive approach to physician engagement and grateful patient philanthropy – strategic alignment and a culture of philanthropy; caregiver recognition; identification, screening, and research; grateful patient referrals; and MOVES management, stewardship, and the managing the roles of physicians in the philanthropy program.

With more than three decades of experience, Bill has led and directed philanthropic programs that have generated more than half a billion dollars. 

Using Data to Support Clinician Engagement
and Grateful Patient Programs

Tuesday, October 17, 2023
3:00 – 4:00 PM PST

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$25 Member
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$35 Non-Member
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Matt Turkington
Chief Operating Officer
Philanthropy at Providence

Matt will share his extensive expertise in leveraging data to enhance Grateful Patient Programs and Clinician Engagement. Responsible for overseeing fundraising efforts across 40+ foundations that have collectively raised over $1 billion in the last three years, Matt will provide invaluable insights into data modeling for prospect identification, best practices for segmenting high-volume patient lists, and navigating adoption challenges. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of how data can empower your healthcare fundraising efforts.

In his role leading the System Office of Philanthropy at Providence, one of the largest health systems in the U.S., Matt’s teams provide solutions for marketing and communications, research and prospect management, data and technology, strategic partnerships, and organizational development.

Panel Discussion:
Successful Clinician Engagement in Philanthropy

October 25, 2023
3:00 – 4:00 PM PST

Gain a unique perspective from renowned clinicians who are actively engaged in fundraising. Dr. Santosh Kesari (St. John’s Cancer Institute), Dr. Marwa Kilani (Providence Holy Cross Medical Center), and Dr. Nilesh Vora (MemorialCare Todd Cancer Institute). Dive into their views on philanthropy, the foundation/development office relationship, and grateful patient efforts. Get answers to critical issues and discover how to improve the process for both physicians and patients.

Santosh Kesari, MD, PhD

Chair, Department of Translational Neurosciences
St. John’s Cancer Institute

Director of Neuro-oncology
Pacific Neuroscience Institute

Marwa Kilani, MD

Medical Director, Palliative Care
Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

Chair, Board of Governors
Providence Holy Cross Foundation

Nilesh L Vora, MD

Medical Director
MemorialCare Todd Cancer Institute

Chair, Hematology and Oncology
MemorialCare Medical Foundation

Thank You to Our Mini Series Sponsor!

Hallett Philanthropy