First part of our program.
Mr. Lockington, who presented a musical program for us last October, will provide a special "performance presentation" during our luncheon this Wednesday.
The Second part of our program:
Affordable Care, Obamacare, Accountable Care - what does it all mean to us locally? With the ever-changing state of medical care in this country, it can be helpful to know what resources are available in our own community when you need them most. Join us on Wednesday when Jane Haderlein, the senior vice president of external affairs at Huntington Memorial Hospital, will address these health care issues.
Previously Ms. Haderlein served as Huntington's vice president of philanthropy and public affairs, and director of development, a position she assumed in 1992. From 1988 to 1992, Ms. Haderlein was senior managing associate with Phillips & Associates, a management consulting firm that provides fundraising counsel to nonprofit institutions throughout the United States. Prior to that, she directed the campaign for major law and accounting firms for United Way, Los Angeles.
Ms. Haderlein has been featured in several healthcare publications including Modern Healthcare, Health Affairs and Payers and Providers, on topics such as hospital community benefit, the untapped potential of hospital philanthropy and beyond the inpatient experience. Ms. Haderlein is a member of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy and the Southern California Association for Healthcare Development. She also has served as faculty for the Flintridge Foundation. In 2011, Ms. Haderlein completed the Executive Program in Leadership at Stanford's Graduate School of Business. A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, Ms. Haderlein lives with her husband and two daughters in Pasadena.