From Clinic to Executive Leadership
|Date:||Tuesday, September 28, 2021|
|Time:||8 p.m. ET|
|Location:||APTA Social Media|
Free to APTA Members
In the first of a three-part series, hear from three physical therapists who will share their experience in seeking executive leadership.
This series is developed in collaboration with the American Congress of Healthcare Executives.
Rhonda Abbott, PT
Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, TIRR Memorial Hermann (Houston, Texas)
Abbott oversees TIRR Memorial Hermann's continued excellence in rehabilitative care, research, advocacy and education across the Memorial Hermann Health System. Under her leadership, she has led clinical care redesign initiatives, translational research efforts, quality care improvements, expansion of therapy education programs and efficiency improvements.
Brett Altman, PT, DPT, ATC
Chief Executive Officer, Cass Health (Atlantic, Iowa)
Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist
Altman joined Cass Health as CEO in 2017. Since then, Cass Health has received the iVantage Performance Leadership Award for being in the top quartile in the county on quality and outcomes every year. Cass Health has been recognized by the Des Moines Register as a top workplace for midsized companies in Iowa for seven consecutive years.
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