COVID-19: What We Learned: Leadership

December 02, 2020
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
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Virtual via Zoom


Come join us for this VIRTUAL panel discussion titled “COVID-19: What We Learned: Leadership”

Earn 1.5 F2F ACHE Credit Hours

Seats are limited for this event at 50 attendees.


Timothy L. Brown, DHA, MBA

Atrium Health

Dr. Brown is an experienced Senior Human Resources Consultant directing healthcare leaders through change and educating employees on proven strategies to reduce turnover and foster an authentic employee experience.


Dr. Gary Little - SVP, Chief Medical Officer-Medical Group, Atrium Health

Atrium Health

Since June 2018, Dr. Little has served as the Chief Medical Officer of Atrium Health’s Metro Division. In this role, Dr. Little leads and coordinates initiatives in Quality, Patient Safety, Physician and APP engagement, Clinical Operations, and System Integration for the Charlotte area acute care hospitals.

Nikki Nissen, CNO

Novant Health Medical Group

Nikki Nissen currently serves as a CNO with Novant Health.  In her role, she's designing the space in which quality and safety intersect with reality; framing opportunities for our bedside teams; supporting their solutions to reduce clinical variation. 

Michael Riley, MBA, MHA, RN - President Huntersville Medical Center

Novant Health

Mike Riley is the President of Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center. He has served in this role since July of 2015. Mike has been in healthcare in various capacities for 32 years. He started his career as a registered nurse and continues to be licensed as an RN. He began working at Novant Health in 1999 where he worked as a cardiac staff nurse. He quickly moved up the nursing ranks serving as a Clinical Coordinator, House Supervisor, Nurse Manager, and Director of Nursing. Early in his career, prior to working at Novant Health, Mike worked as a Nursing Assistant, a Mental Health Technician and a Mental Health Case Manager

Dr. Pam Oliver - EVP and President of Novant Health Physician Network

Novant Health

Pam Oliver, MD is executive vice president and president of Novant Health Physician Network. She is responsible for medical group operations, Care Connections, clinic quality and safety initiatives as well as provider education, enrollment and engagement efforts. Oliver is a board-certified ob-gyn and has been practicing at Novant Health WomanCare since 2005. She has served in various leadership roles, including as submarket leader for specialty practices in the greater Winston-Salem market, physician service line leader of women’s services for the greater Winston-Salem market and senior physician executive for Novant Health Physician Network, supporting clinical and business strategy across the system.

Dr. Cynthia Reynolds Jamison- Medical Director

Pfeiffer University Physician Assistant program

Dr. Cynthia Reynolds Jamison received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia and returned home to Gainesville to complete her Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Florida. After completing medical school, she relocated to Charlotte, NC to complete her Family Medicine residency training at Carolinas Medical Center currently known as Atrium Health. She has practiced family medicine in several settings including a federally funded community health center, a small physician owned private practice and currently a group practice within Novant Health. Within the past few years Dr. Jamison has decided to pursue her interest of medical education and serves as the medical director for Pfeiffer University Physician Assistant program which seated its inaugural cohort in January 2020. As part of her interest in medical education she is also currently pursuing a Doctor of Education degree in Health Professions from AT Still University. She has a special interest in the practice of Mindfulness and prevention of provider burnout.

Special Considerations: 

We are adjusting this event to be recorded and monitored by ACHE to ensure registrants receive their F2F credits.

Due to this, there are additional considerations:

You will need to also register for this event on If you do not have an ACHE account, Click on "Create ACHE Account"; the system does not require payment to create an account. 

For full F2F credits, registrants must stay on the call for minimum of 60 minutes. 

Registration for this event will end on Monday, 11/30 to account for additional considerations.


$20.00 Members

$25.00 Non-Member

$5.00 Student