Career Development Webinar: Samantha Carey, CTPartners
Join us for a webinar sponsored by the Career Development Committee.
Talent Gaps Under Health Care Reform:
What You Need to Know and How to Position Yourself
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM EDT
In our first quarterly Career Development webinar of the year, Samantha Carey will discuss what she calls “the Primordial Soup” of Health Care Reform and help us understand the pressures at play and the players who will respond well under pressure. In particular, Samantha will address the following topics:
- Finding the jobs you want that you don’t know exist
- Seeing around corners and bringing others along; being perceived as a leader versus a manager
- The information revolution: Understanding why IT, analytics, technology, and clinical informatics will be critical to your future
- What’s lacking today? Describing the new candidate that is desperately needed but so hard to find
- Positioning yourself for the career you want: How to evolve so opportunities don’t pass you by
Samantha Carey is a Partner in the New York headquarters of CTPartners, a premier global executive search firm. Samantha is a senior member of the firm’s Global Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice and has successfully executed hundreds of global executive searches for healthcare providers, healthcare services, payers, and life science companies. She also helps lead the firm’s Private Equity Practice, focused on recruiting investment professionals, operating partners, and portfolio company executives for a number of leading Growth funds.
Samantha started her career with MediMetrix, a boutique healthcare strategy consulting firm, where she focused on mergers and acquisitions and corporate divestitures, helped shape early managed care programs, and designed physician recruitment, practice management, and business process outsourcing services.
Samantha graduated Magna Cum Laude from Kenyon College in Ohio. In 2008, Samantha was named in BusinessWeek's list of the World’s Most Influential Headhunters.
Fee and Registration: Participation is free to Dues Paying Members of the WHCMAA and Current WHCM Program Students Only. Others are welcome to participate for a $25 fee.
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