FRANKLIN, Tenn.— Williamson, Inc.’s first ever Business of Healthcare luncheon will take place April 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall, located at 230 Franklin Road.
The healthcare industry plays an extensive role in Tennessee’s economy contributing over $30 billion annually to the Middle Tennessee region. In Williamson County, healthcare accounts for 10 percent of total jobs and accounts for half of the county’s top 20 employers. The healthcare industry is helping drive major economic growth as some of the biggest names in healthcare have planted roots here.
At the Business of Healthcare, industry leaders will discuss major trends shaping the future of this integral sector of Williamson County’s economy.
Tim Adams, President/CEO of Saint Thomas Health and Ministry Market Executive of Ascension Tennessee, presides over Saint Thomas Health’s nine inpatient facilities in Middle Tennessee in addition to a network of physician practices, joint ventures and community partnerships.
Laura Beth Brown serves as Vice President of Vanderbilt Health Services, where she is responsible for the day to day operations and oversight of servicing an average daily census of 500 patients and over 250 employees.
Hayley Hovious, President of the Nashville Health Care Council, previously served as the executive director of the Council Fellows, an initiative which seeks to engage, educate and inspire senior executives in health care. Prior to joining the Council staff, Hovious served as trade director at the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development where she developed and managed the states export program.
Gabriel Paine serves as Senior Vice President for ShareCare Provider Solutions. As an experienced digital marketer, Paine maintains a strong focus on aligning the Sharecare platform to client brand strategy and delivering positive ROI across all programs.
Brent Turner, President of Acadia Healthcare, joined the team in February 2011 and served as a Co-President of the Company until he was named President in April 2012. Currently, Turner serves as the 2018 Chairman of the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems.
Paul Bolin has been the Chief Financial Officer of Williamson Medical Center (WMC) since August 2012. Bolin joined WMC in 1994 and served as its Assistant Chief Financial Officer for more than five years. His background in health care financial management and his knowledge of the industry’s changing landscape have helped WMC meet state and federal guidelines year after year.