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A Harrisburg University of Science and Technology corporate faculty member will join with other panelists at Becker’s Healthcare’s 12th Annual Meeting Conference in Chicago.

Geoffrey M. Roche, a member of the University’s Population Health program team and Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE)’s Senior Vice President of Business and Workforce Development, will join the conversation on “The Workforce of the Future: What Hospitals Need to Stay Competitive” with Suresh Gunasekaran, President and Chief Executive Officer of UCSF Health, and Sanjay K. Shetty, MD, MBA, President of Steward Health Care System.

Harrisburg University and DHGE are proud that a member of their teams is invited in on a conversation with executives from the nation’s top health systems. Roche will provide a crucial academic perspective on some of healthcare’s most pressing issues. Moderated by Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial of Becker’s Healthcare, the group will discuss current trends in healthcare and how health systems can use workforce development to stay aligned with the needs of patients today.

A regular contributor to the national dialogue on population health and health equity topics, Roche has volunteered and has been appointed to serve on numerous local, state, and national committees and taskforces, including the Health Equity Task Force of the National Infrastructure for Mitigating the Impact of COVID-19 within Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities (NIMIC) initiative, the Pennsylvania Department of Health Office of Health Equity Advisory Committee, the Lebanon County Economic Recovery Taskforce Leadership Team, and more. His professional career has included over nine years in hospital administration where he served as a strategic advisor to the President and CEO and department director of various departments, including Business Development and Planning, Government Affairs, Community Health, and Public Relations, for a regional healthcare system in Northeast Pennsylvania

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology offers graduate programs and professional development for students with a passion for improving individual and populations’ health and well-being.

Since its inception, DHGE has worked to transform the healthcare workforce by equipping professionals with the education they need to thrive in their roles and impact change. In a field that works at the intersection of science and societal demands; constant change, limitless discoveries, and evolving challenges mean that an effective workforce is only possible when given not only the fundamental knowledge to perform for their communities, but the practical and transferable skills to adjust with the times. Therefore, all DHGE’s programs are co-developed with leading subject matter experts from various backgrounds who know the healthcare industry inside and out.

“To reach their full potential, health systems need to tap into a diverse workforce that represents the society for which they are caring,” Andrew Malley, Founder and CEO of Dignity Health Global Education, commented. “Through increased access to affordable, quality education facilitated by both academic and industry professionals, as well as scholarship opportunities for those working to increase equity for underrepresented demographics, DHGE works to equip the healthcare workforce with all the tools they require to drive impactful change.”

About DHGE

Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE) is the leading healthcare workforce development company. Dedicated to providing customized educational opportunities and a student-centric experience, we develop online programs and workforce development solutions with industry, for industry. We achieve this goal by partnering with top-ranked academic institutions and thought-leading professionals.


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