The ultimate meeting point for modern decision makers
The National Healthcare CXO Summit is the premium forum bringing senior level healthcare executives and solution providers together. As an invitation-only event, taking place behind closed doors, the Summit offers an intimate environment for a focused discussion of key new drivers shaping the healthcare industry.
Taking place May 15-17 of 2017, the Summit will allow attendees to benefit from visionary keynote presentations, real-life case studies and interactive sessions! You will also have the change to network during coffee breaks, lunch hours and cocktails, all this in a five star resort!
Our business model provides a forum for dialogue and information sharing, on organizational concerns and appropriate, corresponding solutions. Attendees will engage in dynamic benchmarking sessions, interact with nationally recognized leaders and are guaranteed maximum returns from this experience!
Robert Curry, President and Chief Executive Officer, Citrus Valley Health Partner
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Key Topic Areas Include:
Delegate or Solution Provider?
Delegates are previously selected and have to fulfill the Summit's standards. They include senior-decision makers such as President, CEO, CAO, COO, SVP, EVP and VP of Operations from the Healthcare industry from the largest Hospitals and Healthcare Systems across America.
The solution provider category will include:
Please do note that we have specific categories for delegates and solution providers. Contact email@example.com to find out which category you fall under and we would be more than happy to assist you. The number of companies in each product or service category is strictly limited to ensure an appropriate overall balance.
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Dr Marty Makary, New York Times Bestselling Author; Professor of Surgery and Health Policy, Johns Hopkins University; Contributor, The Wall Street Journal & NBC’s TODAY Show
Imran Andrabi, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Mercy Health – Toledo
Healthcare Reform and the ACA – Navigating new regulation, predicting impacts, finding the ideal payment model and managing change
Achieving the Triple Aim – Managing population health, lowering per capita cost and improving patient experience
Front-Line Leadership – Effecting change and leading collaborative efforts
Achieving Operational Excellence – Utilizing lean practices and developing a strategic advantage
Diminishing Inpatient Census and Revenue – Novel ideas for replacing revenue
Focusing on the Patient Experience – Programs that will improve overall satisfaction
Developing Strategic Partnerships – Supporting growth through collaboration
Paul Rothman, Chief Executive Officer, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Doug Patten, MD, FACS, Chief Medical Officer, Georgia Hospital Association
Edwin Young, MD, Lead Physician Informaticist for Population Health, Mount Sinai Health System