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Recap of the "Moving from Curiosity to Confidence - A Career in Healthcare Leadership" Seminar at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health



We're thrilled to share the highlights from a recent and inspiring event held at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Kem Tolliver took center stage in a seminar aimed at propelling Masters of Healthcare Administration students toward a promising career in healthcare leadership.


Event Overview:


  • Title: "Moving from Curiosity to Confidence - A Career in Healthcare Leadership"

  • Date and Time: February 28, 2024, Noon

  • Location: Hampton House, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


Diving into the Discussion: The seminar, organized by the Department of Health Policy and Management, transcended the conventional boundaries of a typical lecture. Kem Tolliver dove into a dialogue that explored the nuances of healthcare leadership. The presentation, titled "Behind the Scenes of a Healthcare Consulting Entrepreneur," uncovered the layers of Kem's personal journey and professional insights.


On behalf of the entire Class of 2025 MHA Cohort, I would like to thank you for coming and speaking with us yesterday. Your journey, guided by your passions, was inspiring to all of us. We appreciated the advice you gave and the relevant resources you shared with us. Many of us have been looking for ways to remain intentional and up-to-date in healthcare, and with those shared resources, now we can. 

Key Takeaways:


  1. Entrepreneurial Insights: Kem shared her unique journey as an entrepreneur in the healthcare consulting space. The audience gained valuable insights into the challenges, triumphs, and the changing healthcare industry.

  2. Interactive Q&A Session: The seminar wasn't just a one-way street. Students actively engaged in a stimulating Q&A session, probing into topics such as motherhood as an executive and overcoming imposter syndrome. These discussions brought real-world experiences to the forefront.

  3. Internship Opportunities: Beyond the presentation, Kem expressed a keen interest in nurturing emerging talent. The discussion touched upon ongoing and future internship opportunities, further emphasizing the commitment to supporting the growth of students within the healthcare administration realm.


Positive Feedback and Impact: Karen Charron, Associate Lecturer at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, shared positive feedback on the event. The seminar not only provided students with valuable insights into healthcare administration but also encouraged them to envision their future roles within the industry.


Looking Ahead: Medical Revenue Cycle Specialists LLC remains dedicated to fostering connections within the healthcare community. This event is just one example of our commitment to education and collaboration. As we move forward, we eagerly anticipate more opportunities to engage with and contribute to the development of future healthcare leaders.


Stay Connected: For those who couldn't attend or wish to stay connected, follow us on social media for updates on future events, industry insights, and more. If you have inquiries or are interested in collaboration opportunities, please reach out to Kem Tolliver at kem@medrevenuecycle.com.


A heartfelt thank you to the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for hosting this event, and a special acknowledgment to all the students who actively participated in shaping the future of healthcare leadership.

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