Jan. 22-27: Leadership Strategies for IT in Health Care, Boston

The program, offered by the Center for Continuing Professional Education of the Harvard School of Public Health, provides health care leaders with the knowledge to design, develop and deploy a health information technology strategy that conforms to government policy and improves efficiency, reduces costs and maintains a focus on quality and patient safety. Modules I and II will be followed by Modules III and IV May 14-18. For information, visit https://ccpe.sph.harvard.edu/Health-IT.

Feb 5-8: Rural Health Care Leadership Conference, Phoenix

The 25th annual conference, presented by Health Forum, will analyze the challenges of reform, medical staff recruitment, governance, information technology, restrained resources and other trends in America's rural hospitals. Visit www.HealthForum.com/Rural.

Feb. 27-29: 12th Population Health and Care Coordination Colloquium, Philadelphia

The conference, sponsored by the Jefferson School of Population Health, will be offered on-site and online and will be co-located with the Fourth National Medical Home Summit. It will focus on chronic care management, wellness and prevention, health promotion, consumerism and access. Visit www.populationhealthcolloquium.com.

March 21-24: AONE 45th Annual Meeting & Exposition, Boston

Among the speakers at the conference will be Thomas Goetz, executive editor of Wired magazine, who will describe "The Future of Personalized Medicine" and John Welton, R.N., dean of the Florida Southern College School of Nursing, who will discuss "Value-Based Nursing Care." Visit www.aone.org.