October 23, 2018
FREE ACHE Cluster Seminars in Philadelphia in association with the American Hospital Association, “The Basics of Grassroots Advocacy”
Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, 201 S. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19106
Legislators are called to weigh in on a number of issues, from healthcare to energy to farm policy and more. Although lawmakers may be experts on one or two issues, it is impossible for them to master every topic likely to come before Congress. Elected officials rely on good staff work, outside expertise and, most importantly, constituent input to effectively represent the people of their district or state. That’s why they need, and want, to hear from you. In this session, Erik Rasmussen, vice president, legislative affairs, American Hospital Association, will provide an update on the pressing issues facing Congress and policymakers, and how the November mid-term elections could impact hospitals and health systems. He will also discuss best practices for establishing and nurturing relationships with elected officials and their key staff members and how you can share your organization’s story for maximum affect.
- Erik Rasmussen, VP of Advocacy and Public Policy Group in the Federal Relations Dept., American Hospital Association
Explore the most-pressing issues facing Congress and policymakers and the impact to hospitals and health systems from Erik Rasmussen, vice president, legislative affairs, American Hospital Association.
- Click on the Register Now link for the location of your choice
- Call ACHE’s Customer Service Center at (312) 424-9400
- Download a registration form here: https://www.ache.org/SEMINARS/clusters/regform.pdf
Click here to register online: https://www.ache.org/Events/Cluster.aspx?evt_code=PHILLY2018
October 30, 2018
22nd Annual Delaware Healthcare Forum
October 30, 2018
22nd Annual Delaware Healthcare Forum
The Delaware Healthcare Association presents the 22nd Annual Delaware Healthcare Forum on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at the Delaware Technical Community College, Terry Campus, Dover, Delaware.
It is a full day event, starting with breakfast and registrations at 8.30 am. Last presentation ends at 4.30 pm.
HLNDV’s Delaware LPC is offering the 1.5 F2F credits for attending the following ACHE/HLNDV event:
Topic: Pandemic Influenza
* Karyl Thomas Rattay, MD, MS – Director of the Delaware Division of Public Health
* Marci Drees, MD – Chief Infection Prevention Officer and hospital epidemiologist for Christiana Care Health System, Christiana Care Health System
* Kathy Benkowski, RN, BAN, Director of Quality Support Systems, HCR Manorcare
* Christopher Moen, MD – Chief Medical Officer, Connections Community Support Programs
If you have any questions, need additional information, or have any problems, please contact me, Yasmine Chinoy, at the Delaware Healthcare Association at (302) 674-2853 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Paths: How to Reach Your Dream Job
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Join HLNDV on November 8 in Philadelphia to learn more about career path opportunities in healthcare administration. Early or even mid-careerists often say, “I wish I could have that person’s job,” but the steps needed to get there are murky. This event will help address this gap by providing the opportunity to connect with mid- to late career professionals across the healthcare spectrum in small interactive group discussions.
Participants will take part in two 30-minute small group discussions each concentrating on a focus area. A mid- to late careerist experienced in the area will lead the discussion, sharing his/her journey and answering questions. Learning about the breadth of opportunities from professionals who have lived the roles each day can offer great advice to individuals starting their career or to others looking for a possible career change.
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Temple University Health System, 2450 West Hunting Park, Philadelphia, PA, Training Room 8
parking: Free Parking is available across the street
Cost: $25 members/$35 non-members/$20 students or in transition
1.5 QED (Formerly Category 2) credits will be offered.
Buffet dinner included
Click here to register online.
Click 11-8 Event Flyer – FINAL_v3 for online flyer (.pdf).
Registration Now Open! 11th Annual Lee White Innovation Institute “Innovation in Medical Education”
November 14, 2018
Lankenau Medical Center – Annenberg Conference Center
Innovation in Medical Education directly drives our U.S. Health Care System through the training of our future leaders in Healthcare. At this year¿s Lee White Innovation Institute, we offer new thinking on this key topic covering advances in clinical education strategies, curriculum development, informatics, technology, and much more. Medical educational leaders from the American Board of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Rutgers School of Nursing- Camden, and the Drexel University School of Public Health will share their thoughts and experiences on this impactful topic.
1.5 Face-to-Face Credits will be offered
HLNDV Member Price: $55.00
Non-Member Price: $75.00
Full-time students: $35.00
Members in transition: $35.00
Note: There will be no refunds available for this event.
Click here for online registration.
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