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Member Education Sessions: Target Audience by Track

Alternate Site Services (CON-ALT)

This track is designed for health system leaders interested in capturing growth opportunities and managing operations outside the acute care setting and across the continuum of care.

Applied Sciences (CON-APS)

This track is designed for practicing physicians, pharmacists, nurses and clinical/quality leaders interested in comparative effectiveness and clinical outcomes research findings.

Bad Bugs (CON-BGS)

This track is designed for clinicians, clinical quality and safety leaders, infection and clinical loss preventionists and clinical pharmacists interested in infection prevention and enhancing clinical outcomes.

Be Ready for Anything (CON-ANY)

This track is designed for accreditation and risk managers, clinical loss preventionists and operational and supply chain leaders interested in risk reduction strategies and minimizing legal liability.

Care Innovation: Maternal & Perioperative (CON-CIN)

This track is designed for clinical quality and safety leaders, for risk managers, clinical loss preventionists, financial and operational leaders interested in implementing innovative solutions to enhance maternal and perioperative care.

Clinical Transformation (CON-CLT)

This track is designed for clinical quality and safety leaders, financial and operational leaders and infection preventionists interested in implementing innovative solutions to enhance clinical outcomes and reduce care variation.

Creative Workforce Management (CON-CWF)

This track is designed for financial, operational and senior leaders interested in innovative approaches to effectively manage an engaged and dynamic workforce.

Diagnostics: Lab and Imaging (CON-DGN)

This track is designed for laboratory, radiology and system leaders who are interested in improving the clinical and operational performance of diagnostic departments across health systems.

Effectively Managing Populations (CON-MPH)

This track is designed for senior leaders interested in innovative, strategic and system-wide initiatives to effectively manage population health.

Executive Leadership (CON-EXL)

This track is designed for C-suite and other senior leaders to provide a unique, exclusive forum for executive level sharing of strategies, plans and best practices that will help to secure an organization’s future in a transformational market.

Facilities and Environmental Services (CON-FEV)

This track is designed for facilities, environmental services, construction and risk managers, as well as system leaders who are interested in improving the design and operational effectiveness of the environment of care.

Financial Optimization (CON-FNO)

This track is designed for financial, operational and senior leaders interested in approaches to today’s budgeting and cost management challenges, while also driving alignment across integrated systems.

Foodservice Forum (CON-FSF)

This track is designed for foodservice, nutrition and culinary leaders.

Getting Care Right (CON-GCR)

This track is designed for clinical quality and safety leaders, infection preventionists and clinical loss preventionists interested in enhancing clinical outcomes and reducing healthcare-associated harm in this era of value-based purchasing.

More Than Just Numbers (CON-MNB)

This track is designed for health system leaders, informaticists and data architects interested in enhancing the use of business intelligence and enterprise analytics to improve system-wide clinical and operational performance.

Operational Excellence (CON-OPE)

This track is designed for health system leaders of all levels, including quality and performance improvement professionals, and will highlight approaches to address operational challenges and enhancing clinical outcomes.

Pharmacy Solutions A & B (CON-PSA & CON-PSB)

These tracks are designed for pharmacists, executives responsible for pharmacy, as well as supply chain and quality leaders who are interested in improving the clinical safety and operational performance of pharmacy departments across health systems.

Public Health Crises: Opioids & Mental Health (CON-PHC)

This track is designed for clinicians, clinical quality and safety leaders, infection and clinical loss preventionists, and clinical pharmacists and pharmacy managers interested in innovative approaches to address two of healthcare’s most urgent public health crises: opioid abuse and the challenges of mental health.

Risk Management (CON-RSK)

This track is designed for risk managers, clinical loss preventionists and clinical, operational and quality leaders interested in risk reduction strategies and minimizing legal liability.

Success with Alternative Payment Models (CON-APM)

This track is designed for financial, clinical, operational leaders interested in proven approaches to align incentives and effectively integrate care across the continuum, manage population health and prepare for episodic care initiatives such as bundled payments to deliver next level value-based care.

Supplier Diversity (CON-SDE)

This track is designed for healthcare leaders interested in enhancing diversity opportunities in support of local communities.

Supply Chain: Operational Excellence (CON-SCO)

This track is designed for supply chain and organizational leaders interested in innovative approaches to address supply chain operational challenges through collaborative efforts across the organization.

Supply Chain: Physician Integration (CON-SCP)

This track is designed for clinicians, supply chain and operational leaders interested in promoting collaborating and engaging with physicians to improve quality outcomes, manage physician preference items and safely reduce supply chain costs.

Supply Chain: Think Differently (CON-SCT)

This track is designed for clinicians, supply chain and operational leaders interested in challenging conventional thinking to promote supply chain engagement in improving quality outcomes and enhancing supply chain performance.

Value-Based Outcomes (CON-VBC)

This track is designed for clinical quality and safety leaders, financial and operational leaders, infection preventionists and clinical loss preventionists interested in enhancing clinical outcomes, reducing mortality and unplanned readmissions in this era of value-based purchasing.