InCharge HEALTHCARE 2018 Fred Scarborough, CFRE Chief Development Officer & Chief Communications Officer Arkansas Children’s 1 Children’s Way Little Rock, AR 72202 501-364-1100
archildrens.org ScarboroughF@ archildrens.org A member of the fundraising profession since 1995, Scarborough has achieved an uncommon level of success among his fundraising peers. Consistently exceeding the most challenging of organizational goals, he has attained success in every major area of resource development, helping to secure more than $400 million for the organizations he has served. In 2002, he was named the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra’s first Honorary Member and in 2004 was named Outstanding Fundraising Professional by the Arkansas Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). Scarborough holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the College of the Ozarks, Point Lookout, Missouri, and a Masters of Arts from the Fulbright College of Fine Arts in the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He is highly sought after as a speaker and teacher in the field of fund development, currently serving as Adjunct Faculty for the Clinton School of Public Service where he teaches Fundraising in the 21st Century. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Woodmark Group, a consortium of 26 free-standing children’s hospitals.
James M. Scoggins Chief Nursing Officer Arkansas State Hospital 305 S. Palm St. Little Rock, AR 72205 501-686-9000
james.scoggins@ arkansas.gov Scoggins became Chief Nursing Officer at the Arkansas State Hospital in 2009. Previously, he served as the Interstate Compact Coordinator for Arkansas and Utilization Review Director at ASH from 2006-2009. Scoggins began his career in healthcare in 1996 as a critical care registered nurse at St. Vincent’s Medical Hospital in Little Rock. He returned to school and earned his Juris Doctor
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from the William H. Bowen School of Law in 2003 and then worked for the Law Offices of Gary Green for a year before entering hospital administration with Correctional Medical Services in St. Louis, Missouri. He was a guest lecturer at Harding University/Arkansas State Nurses Spring Symposium 2014, an InterRAI Expert Panelist for Adult and Children’s Psyche 2014 and a guest lecturer at Professional’s in Psychiatric Nursing (PiPN) Fall Conference 2015.
Margie A. Scott, MD Medical Center Director Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System 4300 W. 7th Street Little Rock, AR 72205 501- 257-5400
www.littlerock.va.gov Dr. Scott was appointed Medical Center Director of the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System effective May 1, 2016. Dr. Scott has direct line responsibility and full accountability for managing all activities, including a two-campus medical center, a Nursing Home Care Unit, a 119- bed Domiciliary, and eight Community Based Outpatient Clinics. She sets policy for the $573 million budget and more than 3,000 employees. Dr. Scott graduated from Meharry medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, receiving her medical degree in 1988. She completed Anatomic and Clinical Pathology residency; fellowship training in Surgical Pathology; and fellowship training in Molecular Pathology at Vanderbilt University. After serving as faculty and clinical laboratory director at Vanderbilt for five years, she served full time at CAVHS as Laboratory Director, Assistant Chief of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Service, Chief of PL&M Service, Deputy Chief of Staff, Chief of Staff, Interim Medical Center Director, and VISN 16 Interim Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Scott is a graduate of the Health Care Leadership Institute (HCLI) Class of 2007. She is a tenured Professor of Pathology at University of Arkansas Medical Sciences and is active in resident education.
J. Larry Shackelford, CPA, FACMPE President & Chief Executive Officer Washington Regional Medical System 3215 N North Hills Blvd Fayetteville, AR 72703 479-463-1000
wregional.com Shackelford was named Washington Regional President and CEO in 2017 after serving as Senior Vice President – Strategy and Outreach Services since 2010. Previously he was CEO at Medical Associates of Northwest Arkansas, a multispecialty physician group practice, since its inception in 1998. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and worked for the accounting firm Baird, Kurtz and Dobson before entering healthcare administration at Fayetteville Diagnostic Clinic. He is a Certified Public Accountant and fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives. He has served as treasurer and president of Arkansas Medical Group Management Association, treasurer for Susan G. Komen-Ozark Affiliate, board member for Arkansas Community Foundation and on the United Way Audit Committee.
Daya Seymore Shipman Vice President of Internal Audit and Corporate Compliance Officer St. Bernards Healthcare 225 East Jackson Avenue Jonesboro AR 72401 870-207-4422
email@example.com www.stbernards.info/ Shipman is responsible for corporate compliance and oversight of the internal audit function. She serves as the HIPAA Privacy Officer and is responsible for ongoing education for all employees in compliance-related subjects, working to ensure adherence to patient privacy laws as well as various other laws pertaining to healthcare providers and businesses in general.
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