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Annual HCA Foundation & Corporate Sponsorship Update Entrepreneurial Skills We Need to Succeed December 13, 2013. Jana Davis, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs. Agenda for Today’s Meeting. 2013 Corporate Campaign Results Corporate Sponsorship Update Foundation Update CNM Update

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Annual HCA Foundation & Corporate Sponsorship UpdateEntrepreneurial SkillsWe Need to SucceedDecember 13, 2013

jana davis senior vice president corporate affairs
Jana Davis, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs

Agenda for Today’s Meeting

  • 2013 Corporate Campaign Results
  • Corporate Sponsorship Update
  • Foundation Update
  • CNM Update
  • Cultural Development and Inclusion Update
  • Keynote: Entrepreneurship
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Jana Davis, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs

2013 Caring for the Community

Campaign Highlights

  • All Community Day slots were filled with over 2,100 employees participating
  • Total raised for Middle Tennessee $3.0M
  • Including all matches, tokens, committee member recognition grants and volunteer time, total impact over $5.2M
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Jana Davis, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs

2013 Top Five Community Day Projects

  • St. Luke’s Community House
  • Family & Children’s Service
  • Center for Independent Living of Middle TN
  • Mending Hearts
  • Moves & Grooves
betsy whitaker manager corporate contributions and sponsorship
Betsy Whitaker, Manager, Corporate Contributions and Sponsorship

Corporate Sponsorship

  • Online sponsorship submission process
    • https://hcahealthcare.versaic.com/Login.aspx
  • Donation Acknowledgement Forms
  • Deadline for sponsorship requests $20,000 and above is February 1, 2014
  • Board member/volunteer involvement
joanne pulles president the hca foundation
Joanne Pulles, President, The HCA Foundation

Foundation Update

  • Foundation Strategy & Initiatives
    • Asset Value for 2013
    • Funding Plan for 2014
    • HCA Powered Hack Event (Spring 2014)
    • Collaboration College (Fall 2014)
    • Forum Launch & Leaders (January 2014)
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Joanne Pulles, President, The HCA Foundation

Foundation Asset Allocation

(000)

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Joanne Pulles, President, The HCA Foundation

Anticipated 2014 Funding $5.8M

Foundation Will Be Reimbursed Total of

$1.8M by HCA, Inc.

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HCA Powered Hack Event!

Event Leadership and Chairs

Executive Sponsor: Marty Paslick

Chairs: Karen Yancey Thompson

Bill Wright

Brian Freeman

Business Partner: Hack Nashville

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Background- What is a Hack-A-Thon?

What is a

Hack-A-Thon

How a Hack-A-Thon works

  • Started in Silicon Valley ~1999 to foster growth in the software development community
  • Brings together computer / software programmers from all different industries to work on projects center around specific themes
  • Goal is to develop creative solutions to improve existing products and create new products
  • Much of the Twitter & Facebook functionality is due to Hack-A-Thon type of events
  • 24-48 hour event
  • Different groups present what problems they are trying to solve, and the rest of the developers choose what they want to work on
  • Small groups form together to develop a specific product(s) and or solutions over a short period
  • Culminates in a ceremony at the end of the event to report out what was created
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Brendan Wovchko, CSM

Avery Fisher, MBA

Founder, HackNashville

President, health care software company (Remedify)

Manager, allmusic.com (once the world’s most popular music website)

Organizer, HackNashville

Certified Scrum Master

Former Acting CTO, Emma

Extensive product ownership and leadership experience

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Collective Impact: Shared Services, Programmatic Collaboration, Back Office Consolidation, Co-location, Merger

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The Foundation Forums (HCAFoundationForums.com) is a place for local agencies and board members to come together to share, discuss, and learn.

We are launching four forums in January 2014:

  • Collaboration/Collective Impact: Tom Starling & Rodger Dinwiddie
  • Social Enterprise: Lisa Stetar & Dan Surface
  • Technology: Tom Doyle
  • Healthcare Reform: Laura Hobson & Morgan Wills
the cultural inclusion series

Sherri Neal, Vice President, Cultural Development and

Inclusion

The Cultural Inclusion Series
  • Programs should be able to fit into a one hour format.
  • Preference to program offerings that can be presented between the hours of 11 a.m.-1 p.m. to maximize employee participation.
  • If you have an idea, but are not sure if it will work, submit it anyway
  • If you question, please email diversity.corp@hcahealthcare.com
sherri neal vice president cultural development and inclusion
Sherri Neal, Vice President, Cultural Development and Inclusion

True Colours Update

  • In collaboration with the Foundation, 16 non-profit leaders participated in True Colours training using a “Train the Trainer” strategy
  • To date, those trainers have trained 252 agency staff representing 8 organizations.
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Joanne Pulles, President, The HCA Foundation

Michael R. Burcham

President & CEO

The Entrepreneur Center

Keynote: Fueling the “Start-up of You”

  • President of The Nashville Entrepreneur Center
  • Serial Entrepreneur & CEO Coach
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Joanne Pulles, President, The HCA Foundation

NextSteps

  • Recommended Reading: The Start Up of You
  • Become a Forum Contributor
  • Submit Sponsorship Requests $20,000 and above by February 1, 2014