24th Annual Rural Health Care Leadership Conference
Posted Sep 17 2010 12:31pm
Health Forum and the American Hospital Association invite you to the Rural Health Care Leadership Conference, January 30-February 2, 2011 at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix, AZ. For over 20 years, the Rural Health Care Leadership Conference has helped leaders stay informed of the latest issues facing rural hospitals, clinics, and their communities. Plan now to join your colleagues for inspiration, new ideas and valuable networking.
Practical and Strategic Information to Help Attendees
Analyze the impact of national health care reform on their rural hospitals and communities.
Achieve peak performance in an environment where constrained resources and emerging regulatory requirements are generating new imperatives for greater collaboration and care coordination.
Transform the organizational culture for a sustained competitive advantage, improved medical staff recruitment, and enhanced employee engagement.
Gain insights into the drivers influencing changes in hospital/physician relations and recognize the critical success factors in emerging models of alignment.
Respond to new demands on governing boards for greater accountability and more informed leadership.
Leverage information technology to improve clinical quality, access to care, and business performance in the rural environment.
In addition to three days of presentations from leading thinkers and practitioners and extensive networking, the conference includes:
Intensive pre-conference workshops on Sunday, January 30th.
Roundtable discussion sessions on hot topics such as physician alignment, care coordination, fine-tuning the CEO/board relationship, fundraising and grant development, telemedicine, and others.
Complimentary registration to a post-conference webinar from Health Forum’s Web Seminar Series.
Opportunities for your team to meet in a customized retreat setting with select conference faculty.