The Business of Healthcare in a Post-Pandemic World
Join the LA Metro Chamber for The Business of Healthcare in a Post-Pandemic World, with speaker Steve Littleson, President and CEO of Central Maine Healthcare.
Dr. Littleson will briefly review the challenges of the pandemic, provide an update on the status of Covid, and review the current post-pandemic challenges for healthcare before turning his focus on the impacts on local businesses and communities. Together, we will explore collaborative solutions to our current and future challenges.
Join us for a hot breakfast, an excellent speaker, welcoming networking, and great door prizes.
About our Speaker, Dr. Steve Littleson:
Steven G. Littleson, DBA, FACHE, is Central Maine Healthcare’s president and CEO, President, Central Maine Medical Center and President Interim, Bridgton Hospital and Rumford Hospital. In these roles, he advances the integration of CMH as a high-quality delivery system and has executive responsibility for CMMC.
Dr. Littleson joined CMH in 2020 after serving as regional president of Jefferson Health in Philadelphia. Prior to that position, he served as president, hospitals division, and chief operating officer for Hackensack Meridian Health in New Jersey. Additionally, he has held senior roles at Meridian Health and Southern Ocean County Hospital, both in New Jersey, as well as at Sentara Healthcare in Virginia.
A fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Dr. Littleson served as an officer and chairman of the boards of the New Jersey Hospital Association and the New Jersey Council of Teaching Hospitals. He was on the boards of numerous community service organizations including Boy Scouts of America, United Way, Rotary International, the American Red Cross, and Big Brothers Big Sisters.
He currently serves as an adjunct faculty member of New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and he has been a regular guest lecturer for the Peking University Executive MBA program in Beijing, China. Locally, he serves on the board of the LA Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Maine Hospital Association.
Dr. Littleson earned his bachelor of arts in business administration from Gettysburg College, his master of health administration from Milken Institute School of Public Health at The George Washington University, and his doctorate in business administration from Walden University.