Upcoming Events


Effective Negotiation Strategies for Early Careerists – Space is limited

September 30, 2020

Virtual Program


People often struggle with negotiating, especially early in their career. They might excel in every other part of a job interview or promotion discussion but stumble when asking for a higher salary, more competitive benefits, or additional growth opportunities. This event will empower attendees to navigate the negotiation conversation with hiring managers. During the first part of the evening, a panel of experienced leaders will share advice for effective negotiation. Afterward, panelists will facilitate discussions in small group breakout sessions, giving attendees a chance to ask questions in a less formal setting. Attendees will network with other healthcare professionals in the area and gain valuable knowledge on how to approach negotiations.


Janice Jaffee

Area Director, IT Operations

BAYADA Home Health Care


Dennis Kain, MHA, FACHE

Senior Vice President

Tyler & Company


Annie Kemp

Recruiter Level II

DaVita Kidney Care


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Other Opportunities


September 23, 2020

4:00 p.m. EST

Hear from experts on how COVID-19 and racial unrest have impacted our industry.

For more information and to register, click HERE


NAHSE DVC’s Fall General Body Meeting

September 30, 2020

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. 

Event title: The Business Landscape of COVID-19: Leading. Adapting. Surviving.

Register HERE


Exciting learning opportunities for HLNDV members in challenging times:

Penn’s Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy (MEHP) brings you online learning resources and proven ways to sharpen your problem-solving skills.

Professional Development

Penn’s MEHP Online Education offers noncredit courses for health professionals like you. Courses are 4 weeks long with specified start and end dates. All content is available online, allowing you to work at a flexible pace within a weekly structure. Plan to spend 6-8 hours per week on coursework that includes reviewing brief lecture videos and readings, discussions with other professionals, and valuable exercises you can apply immediately to your work. Take 4 courses for a Professional Development Certificate in Health Care Innovation.

Explore these fall courses:

Translating Ideas into Outcomes with Penn Medicine’s Chief Innovation Officer, Roy Rosin, MBA starts September 8.

Innovate on a budget and turn your great health care idea into reality—with limited time and resources. Learn strategies and techniques for problem identification, hypothesis testing, innovative thinking, iterative development, and pitching ideas. Sample video.

Transforming Health Care Delivery with Zeke Emanuel, MD, PhD starts October 13.

Prepare for successful transformation: explore leading industry examples of improvements in health care and learn best practices for transforming health care delivery and how to apply them to your organization.

Health Care Leadership with the Wharton School’s Michael Useem starts November 17.

Lead with confidence: discover leadership insights from the business world in a health care context and explore topics such as building your leadership schema, leading a team of teams, and leading through crisis.

Individual course price with your HLNDV discount: $900 [use code HLNDV-4F3TT when enrolling] or pursue a 4-course certificate for $3600.


Continuing Education – free online courses

Learn online through engaging activities designed to share expertise in brief segments. Whether you are a clinician in need of continuing education credits or an individual seeking ethics training. Courses typically include brief lecture videos, readings, supplementary resources, and assessments. Physicians and physician assistants may earn CME credits, and nurses may earn contact hours by successfully completing these courses.

Learn at your convenience online, including on mobile devices.

Continuing Education – Clinical and Medical Ethics courses range from .75 – 4.5 hours

Popular courses include:

Questions? Contact Caitlin O’Neill at MEHPonline@pennmedicine.upenn.edu or 215-746-3971.