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5 Inspiring Women Leaders
American College of Healthcare Executives features
Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD
among the 5 inspiring women leaders
19 – Women Physician Leadership: Strategies for Success
This session will provide a detailed review of the women physician leadership landscape, including the limited number of female physician CEOs and CMOs.
Strategies for Addressing Female Physician
Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD, is the founder/CEO of RechargedMD, in Oakland, Calif. She graduated from Harvard College with honors, attended Yale Medical School and
Member Spotlight – Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD
Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD is the founder and CEO of RechargedMD. As a board-certified internist and a Clinical Assistant Professor at UCSF, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba cared for patients and taught internal medicine residents...
Becker's CEO + CFO Roundtable 2019
On November 12th, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba will give a presentation "It's Not Burnout, it's CHAOS (Chronis Healthcare Associated Occupational Stress) - Navigating The Impact of Physician Disengagement...
Member Spotlight –ACCMA Bulletin- Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD
A board-certified internist, Fayola
Edwards-Ojeba, MD, cared for
patients while teaching residents as a
Clinical Assistant Professor at UCSF.
ACHE 2023 Congress on Healthcare Leadership
March 20-21, 2023
In collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba was thrilled and honored to moderate two knowledge-filled panels. The first session, "Women Healthcare Leaders Series: Finding Your Strengths" with speakers Ruth Williams-Brinkley and Dr. Audrey Gregory, PhD. This session addressed strategies to effectively support team members individually and collaboratively to ensure a team, department and organization that consistently exceeds expectations. The second session, "What's Next? Effective Strategies to Promote Clinician Well-Being" with experts on physician wellness Dr. Jonathan Ripp and Dr. Christine Sinsky. In this session, they were able to cover the limitations of individual wellness initiatives in combating burnout and the role of policy in enacting lasting and effective change. Each session had 690+ attendees!
Where Wellness Meets Work: System-Based Solutions to Address Burnout and Promote Clinician Wellbeing
In collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba presented a fun, informative-filled seminar focused on system-based solutions to help address burnout and promote clinician wellbeing. The seminar provided healthcare leaders tools to examine the extent and impact of burnout internally; as well as, the solutions to develop a roadmap toward identifying and building the necessary strategies to prioritize and support clinician wellness.
ACHE National Leadership Summit
In collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba will be interviewing Dr. Christine Cassel, Professor of Medicine and Senior Advisor for Strategy and Policy at UCSF Medical School and
Dr. Sharon C. Kiely, MPM, Chief Wellness Officer and Associate Chief Medical Officer of Hartford HealthCare about the limitations of individual wellness initiatives in combatting physician burnout and the role of policy in enacting lasting and effective change.
ACHE 2022 Congress on Healthcare Leadership
March 28, 2022
In collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba will be moderating the session Designing Your Career For Success as she interviews Dr. Beverly Malone, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, President & CEO of
the National League for Nursing, Madeline Bell, President and CEO of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), and Pamela Sutton-Wallace, MPH, Group Senior Vice President and COO at the New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Division. Together they will discuss organizational strategies
to break down structural barriers and provide equitable support and recognition of women leaders for their contributions.
Register here: Registration - Congress on Healthcare Leadership (ache.org)
Women Healthcare Leaders Series: Creating Your Legacy
January 26, 2022
In collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba had the opportunity to interview Dr. Toyin Ajayi, the Co-founder/President of Cityblock Health and Dr. Redonda Miller, the President of The John Hopkins Hospital.
View the interview here: Women Healthcare Leaders Series: Creating Your Legacy
Women Healthcare Leaders Series: Maximizing Your Influence
February 25, 2021
In collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Edwards-Ojeba had the opportunity to interview Dr. Bobbie Gostout, a trailblazing woman physician leader and the immediate past president of Mayo Clinic Health System.
View the interview here: Women Healthcare Leaders Series: Maximizing Your Influence Webinar
Embracing Your Leadership Style
January 14, 2021
Join RechargedMD founder and CEO Fayola Edwards-Ojeba in collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives, for an interview with Dr. Patrice Harris, a trailblazing woman physician leader and the first African American president of the American Medical Association. This will be an engaging discussion about "Embracing Your Leadership Style" as part of a Women in Healthcare Leadership Series.
View the interview here: Embracing Your Leadership Style
Coping with Physician Burnout in a Global Crisis
December 4, 2020
Dr. Edwards-Ojeba will be joining MD Practice Café on December 4th to lead our roundtable in an important discussion about physician burnout. Traditionally, in medical education, there is limited emphasis on personal and leadership development. Physicians often leave training with excellent clinical knowledge, but less formal training around personal and leadership development, as it relates to self-care, vulnerability, and meaningful connection with fellow physicians. Through this roundtable, we will explore a robust tool kit geared towards better supporting physician well-being and mental health.
Becker's 9th Annual CEO + CFO Round table
November 9-11, 2020
Hyatt Regency, Chicago
Strategies for Countering Physician Burnout, Retaining Physician Employment and Increasing Engagement (Panel)
Diversity in Healthcare: Where We Are Now and Where We’re Headed (Panel)
Well-Being For Healthcare Professionals
October 22, 2020
Join CAHL and an esteemed panel of physician leaders in learning strategies to support well-being for providers and mitigate burnout.
Women in Medicine: Introduction to the Women Physician Peer Group
September 22, 2020
Join the ACCMA and RechargedMD for an interactive introduction to the RechargedMD Women Physician Peer group! We’ll explore our experiences as women physicians, discuss how to overcome these barriers together, and make use of tools to make strides in our personal and professional development.
ACHE Congress: Women Physician Leadership
March 23-26, 2020
Fayola Edwards-Ojeba, MD, will be presenting “Women Physician Leadership: Strategies for Success,” joined by Joanne Conroy, MD, president/CEO, Dartmouth Hitchcock Health; Susan Ehrlich, MD, MPP, CEO, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center; Bobbie Gostout, MD, president, Mayo Clinic Health System; Patrice Harris, MD, MA, president, American Medical Association; and Tama VanDecar, MD, CMO, HCA TriStar Division.
Event canceled due to COVID-19.
Becker's 8th Annual CEO + CFO Round table
November 11-13, 2019
Hyatt Regency, Chicago, Illinois
Presentation "It's Not Burnout, it's CHAOS (Chronis Healthcare-Associated Occupational Stress) - Navigating The Impact of Physician Disengagement on Healthcare Delivery "
NAHSE 34th Annual Educational Conference (National)
October 9-11, 2019
Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC
Patient Experience, Provider and Employer Engagement and Quality Outcomes – The Inter dependency of All 3
California Association of Healthcare Leaders
June 18, 2019
Highland Hospital, Oakland, CA
Join fellow healthcare leaders and members of CAHL, WHCE and NAHSE to learn more about sustainable strategies to support resiliency. The panelists will discuss using systems-based solutions to move the mark on physician burnout and promote meaningful change and move BEYOND RESILIENCY.
Women in White Coats Conference and Retreat
April 4-6, 2019
Atlanta, GA: Career Advancement Panel
November 2022 Newsletter
Change Affecting Physician Burnout
The Act asks that insurance companies provide real-time decisions for routinely approved services, annually publish prior authorization approval rates and response times and meet other standards set forth by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.