From Silos to Healthy and Happy:
How Adventist Health System Is Transforming Its Learning Culture


Hap home
Director of Learning, Adventist Health System
Young paik
Partner, The Educe Group
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Adventist Health System is a faith-based health care organization headquartered in Altamonte Springs, Florida. A national leader in quality, safety and patient satisfaction, Adventist Health System's more than 80,000 employees maintain a tradition of whole-person health by caring for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of every patient.

With 45 hospital campuses across 9 states, a robust learning and development program is critical for Adventist Health System to be able to deliver optimal care to more than 4.7 million patients annually.

In this session, Adventist Health System’s Learning Officer, Dr. Hap Aziz, will share how Adventist is implementing a learning foundation to ensure compliance, simplify training and drive their culture of first class patient care.  

You will discover best practices and lessons learned, gaining insights into how Adventist is:
  • Integrating their LMS platform with both a legacy and future-state HRIS
  • Achieving a transformation in their learning culture to support the same quality care across all 45 hospital campuses
  • Streamlining learning content and processes to drive efficiencies

About Dr. Hap Aziz

Hap has served on the Board of the International Game Developers Association and was responsible for the merger between the Computer Game Developers Association and the International Game Developers Network. Hap launched the first game design degree program at Full Sail University, and he has designed, advised, and managed digital design, game, and technology programs at several higher education institutions. Hap currently serves as the Director of Learning / Learning Officer for the Adventist Health System, with over 80,000 employees across 45 healthcare facilities.

An accomplished speaker on learning and play, Hap presents at conferences and appears on television to discuss learning and technology topics of the day. Hap holds a BA degree in Computer Science from Rollins College, an M.Ed. from Nova Southeastern University, and he obtained his Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida.

About Young Paik

With over 15 years in the learning and talent technologies space, Young’s passion is enabling others to grow and make the most of their gifts and talents.  In his role as a Partner at The Educe Group, Young leads the Healthcare Talent Management practice and serves as a senior advisor and engagement manager to leading healthcare organizations and other complex and global clients.  Within Educe he is responsible for driving internal development, onboarding, and training initiatives for the consulting staff.  Young has also served in leadership positions for several community and faith-based organizations, including as a board member of The Addis Clinic, which works to connect doctors in the U.S. to patients around the world using telemedicine.  Young holds a Sc.B. degree in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University and an M.Ed. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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