Funny Healthcare Keynote Speaker

Kent Rader - Funny Healthcare Keynote Speaker

Being a former hospital CFO, Kent’s two keynote programs are designed to improve your member's profits.

Kent’s keynote program titled From Money To Funny, Three Customer Service Lessons Learned On My Journey From Accounting to Comedy focuses on the revenue side of the net income equation. It offers owners and managers lessons learned to help develop loyal patients, more profit, and less employee turnover.

Kent’s unique experience as first a hospital CFO and CPA and now a professional speaker affords an entertaining and informative program filled with practical suggestions that can help organizations. Participants will learn the importance of honesty, educating and empowering employees, developing happier employees because employee relations mirror customer relations, listening to our customer's complaints to continuously improve our products and service, and, as always, stories guaranteed to make your audience laugh and your conference a success.

Kent’s keynote titled Let It Go, Just Let It Go addresses the expense side of the net income equation by reducing employee health and retention costs. This entertaining, yet informative keynote takes participants on a journey they won't want to end, showing participants the origins of stressful feelings and how humor is a proven tool in combating these feelings. Kent offers practical ways to include more humor in your life, along with stories that are guaranteed to make your audience laugh and your conference a success.

What Kent's Audience is Saying

"The ND Hospital Association hired Kent Rader to present as our closing keynote speaker at our annual convention held recently. We wanted someone who could send our members back home with a smile on their face and feeling good about life. He had the room full of laughter and our members made comments that they enjoyed Kent’s message and it was a great way to end the convention. Everybody was extremely pleased with his presentation."

- Pam Cook, Executive Director
North Dakota Hospital Association