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NY/NJ Manager/Educator Conference. Claire Aloan, MS, RRT-NPS, AE-C, FAARC. “The Rocking Chair Conference”. History. Developed 25 years ago by Ken Wyka from New Jersey (later moved to NY) and Patty Hyland from New York

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ny nj manager educator conference

NY/NJ Manager/Educator Conference

Claire Aloan, MS, RRT-NPS, AE-C, FAARC

history
History
  • Developed 25 years ago by Ken Wyka from New Jersey (later moved to NY) and Patty Hyland from New York
  • Goal: forum for managers and educators to share information, to maintain contacts with state society leadership, and to provide a networking opportunity
  • Limited space to encourage small groups and maximum ability to interact
  • Solicited vendor support to offset cost
  • Brief attempt to incorporate other neighboring states, not successful
conference facility
Conference Facility
  • Winterclove Inn in the Catskills for all except two years; moved down the road due to some changes in Winterclove management but came back.
  • No phones or TVs in rooms, and limited rooms means some share and some are in an annex nearby
  • Somewhat isolated location but easily accessed from both NY and NJ
  • Attendees do not leave the site, all meals in common, on site activities primarily “on the porch”, also have musical entertainment, bon fire, “resort bowling”
  • Very informal setting, comfortable and relaxing
the leaders
The leaders

Lori Ligon, New Jersey

Ken Wyka, New York

24th annual manager educator meeting the rocking chair conference
24th Annual Manager/Educator MeetingThe “Rocking Chair” Conference

“Respiratory Care in an Era of Health Care Reform”

Sponsored by the NYSSRC and the NJSRC

June 2 & 3, 2011

at the

Winter Clove Inn

Round Top, New York

presenters
Presenters
  • Usually leaders from the New York and New Jersey Societies
  • Have invited AARC representatives as well
from new jersey
From New Jersey
  • Lori Ligon, RRT, NJSRC Conference Chair and Director, Respiratory Care Services Palisades Medical Center, North Bergen, NJ
  • Linda Melchor, BS, RRT, Vice-President, NJSRC and Respiratory Coordinator, St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ
  • Joseph Goss, MSJ, RRT, AE-C, Clinical Coordinator, Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ
  • Craig L. Scanlan, EdD, RRT, FAARC, Professor, School of Health Related Professions, University of Medicine & Dentistry of NJ, Newark, NJ
from new york
From New York
  • George Gaebler, MSEd, RRT, Vice-President, External Affairs for the AARC and Director, Respiratory Care, University Hospital, Syracuse, NY
  • Thomas Johnson, MS, RRT, Program Director, Respiratory Care Program, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY
  • Kenneth A. Wyka, MS, RRT, FAARC NYSSRC Conference Chair, President of NYSSRC and Center Manager, Anthem Health Services, Queensbury, NY
  • Kathleen S. Wyka, AAS, CRT, AE-C, Respiratory Home Care Specialist, Anthem Health Services, Queensbury, NY
  • Robert Fluck, MS, RRT, FAARC (retired), Department of Respiratory Therapy Education, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY
objectives 2011
Objectives 2011

By participating in this conference, attendees will be able to:

  • Demonstrate awareness of new directions and developments in the respiratory care profession at the state and national levels.
  • Identify three advances in respiratory care technology that impact the delivery of patient care.
  • Discuss the impact healthcare reform and other legislation will have on the delivery of respiratory care.
  • Identify the challenges of healthcare reform and other legislation to respiratory care education and respiratory home care.
  • Identify the direction respiratory care should be going in along with two ways of getting there.
  • Discuss the importance of effective communication in respiratory care education, department management and in the delivery of patient care.
thursday program
Thursday Program
  • Morning Session—Ken Wyka, Moderator
  • 9:00 AM—Impact of Healthcare Reform and Legislation on Respiratory Care—Joe Goss
  • 10:00 AM—Technological Advances in Respiratory Therapy and Their Impact on Patient Care—Ken Wyka and Lori Ligon with Conference Sponsor Representatives
  • Afternoon Session—Bob Fluck, Moderator
  • 1:00 PM—Managing State Society Issues in an Era of Healthcare Reform—Ken Wyka and Linda Melchor
thursday program continued
Thursday program continued
  • 2:30 PM—Break-Out Sessions
  • For Educators: Should Educators Care About ‘Obamacare’? —Craig Scanlan
  • For Managers: Coping with the Impact of Healthcare Reform and Legislation on Respiratory Care Department Management—George Gaebler
  • For Home Care: Hospital and Home Care Working Together in an Era of Healthcare Reform—Kathy Wyka
friday session
Friday session
  • 9:30 AM— Respiratory Care Labor Market in an Era of Healthcare Reform—Robert Fluck
  • 10:30—Future Directions in Respiratory Care: Who Will be the Competition And What Will We Need to Thrive?—Tom Johnson
  • 11:30 AM—Enhancing Communication Style and Delivery: Advancing the Message of Respiratory Care—Joe Goss and George Gaebler
participants feedback
Participants Feedback
  • Best conference for networking, especially across job functions (manager, educator, home care, vendor)
  • Vendors really like ability to speak to participants as a group
  • Friendships made at Round Top have endured for years; look forward to coming back each year to catch up and learn new information
  • Great way to know what is going on at the state and national professional society levels, with opportunity to ask questions and give feedback
profits
Profits
  • Not a huge moneymaker
  • Any profit after expenses is split evenly between New York and New Jersey
  • Used to be split based on attendance from each state but now attendance is fairly equal so just split evenly
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