Calendar of Health Care Conferences
- May 7–10: AHA Annual Membership Meeting, Washington, D.C.
Political, policy, opinion and health care leaders will come together for the American Hospital Association Annual Membership Meeting. Sessions will focus on the theme of “Advancing Health in America.” Attendees will visit their state congressional delegations on Capital Hill. Register now.
- May 17–19: NPSF Patient Safety Congress, Orlando, Fla.
The National Patient Safety Foundation, which announced plans to merge with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement on May 1, will host its 19th annual conference. One highlight is the Learning & Simulation Center, where attendees gain understanding of situations and reactions in interactive simulations of health care scenarios. For more information, visit http://www.npsf.org.
- June 25–28: Healthcare Financial Management Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, Fla.
This year’s HFMA Annual National Institute meeting incorporates sessions that encourage topic ideas and recommendations from attendees. Among the speakers: Tejal Gandhi, M.D., of NPSF and David Asch, M.D., of the Center for Health Care Innovation. For more information, visit www.hfma.org.
- July 23–26: AHRMM Conference & Exhibition, Washington, D.C.
The leading health care supply chain conference is sponsored by the Association for Healthcare Resources & Materials Management, a personal membership group of the American Hospital Association. This year’s sessions will focus on cost, quality and outcomes. For more information and to register, visit the AHRMM17 website.
- July 27–29: AHA Leadership Summit, San Diego.
This year marks the 25th annual meeting and will focus on innovating in a time of change. It will offer strategies and tools for senior hospital executives to help provide the best care for patients. Among the speakers: Rana Foroohar, CNN analyst, and best-selling author Abraham Verghese, M.D. For more information and to register, visit the Leadership Summit website.
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