Dan Clark

Living the High Performance Life – Inspirational Leadership

Monday, April 18 | Opening General Session Keynote

Dan Clark is CEO of a multi-million dollar corporation, an internationally recognized speaker, entertainer, songwriter/recording artist and New York Times best-selling author.


Erik Wahl

The Art of Vision

Tuesday, April 19 | Lunch Keynote Speaker

The recent biennial IBM study that surveyed over 1,500 global CEOs extracted three best practices for how to “stand out in a complex world.” “CEOs now realize that creativity trumps other leadership characteristics.” And, according to those executives who listed creativity as the most important competency, creative thinking must be nurtured in order to solve increasingly complex problems and succeed in rapidly complexifying environments.


Rebecca Ryan

How Smart Leaders Navigate Uncertainty

Tuesday, April 19 | General Session Keynote Speaker

She is referred to as the Human Spark Plug! As one of the country’s top requested speakers, Rebecca Ryan is part economist, part humorist, and she makes data dance! Ryan knows your challenges and she is here to deliver clear takehome values and direction.


Robert Tennant

The Latest from Washington D.C.
on Healthcare Reform and Other Critical Compliance Issues

Monday, April 18 | Lunch Keynote Speaker

Discover how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 and other key compliance issues will impact your reimbursement and practice operations. This presentation will include an overview of the provisions of the health care reform legislation, a discussion of the latest critical compliance challenges including the new HIPAA Privacy and electronic transactions changes, the transition to ICD-10, accountable care organizations, and other issues of importance to your practice.


David Thomas

Integrity – A Timeless Virtue

Wednesday, April 20 | Hot Breakfast and General Session Keynote Speaker

A wave of corporate scandals and the realities of a post-9/11 world confirm that integrity is a timeless yet timely virtue. In a challenging and upbeat manner, this topic is addressed by exploring such questions as: What are the crucial aspects of integrity and how is it defined? Why integrity is important to today’s workplace? How can it be maintained when those around us operate differently


Pat Cashman

Master of Ceremonies

Monday & Tuesday

The OMGMA and WSMGMA is proud to announce Pat Cashman, Master of Ceremonies, for this year’s annual meeting.

Cashman has been a broadcast performer and writer in the Northwest for over twenty years. He has won dozens of Northwest Emmys, advertising awards, radio honors and medallions from the International Film and TV Festival of New York.

Cashman has also been the much-honored host of several popular Seattle radio shows—winning newspaper readers polls as “Favorite Radio Personality.” He was just awarded ‘Western Washington’s Funniest Comedian” in a poll of KING TV “Evening Magazine” viewers. He received his degree from the University of Portland.


Don Robertson

Master of Ceremonies

Tuesday Evening Banquet

Don Robertson, the Mark Twain of Practice Management, will share his insights on Your Job Or Your Sanity (you can’t have both)

Don has been in the medical group management field for three decades. He currently works for Medical Management, Inc. as the CEO of Southlake Clinic in Renton, Washington, where he has been for 18 years. He’ll talk about his experiences, his trials and his tribulations. He’ll also offer up 5 simple tips on how to survive and have a long career in an industry that is constantly changing and always challenging.