Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Quality Time in the Big Easy!


AHCA/NCAL’s first major educational opportunity of 2014 and the quality event of the year - the 6th Annual Quality Symposium – is fast approaching! Join us in New Orleans this coming February 10-12 for engaging speakers, lively discussions and an inspiring atmosphere to learn why “quality is our business solution.”

What would you hope a conference dedicated to quality be?

  • Keynote speaker Dr. Shari Ling from CMS, Deputy Chief Medical Officer serving in the Center for Clinical Standards and Quality, will focus on achievement of meaningful health outcomes through delivery of high quality person-centered care across all care settings.
  • A diverse array of educational sessions allows you to earn up to 14.25 NAB-approved administrator CEUs and 7.12 Nursing CEUs.
  • Choose between 5 intensive sessions on the first day. Each provide a “deep dive” into key areas, including QAPI, changing payment models focused on quality outcomes, and rising acuity in assisted living.
  • NEW – education just for you! 3 sessions designed just for long term and post-acute care clinicians and 3 sessions focused on the assisted living setting.
  • Strategery. Practical content on issues of strategic importance, including ways to successfully lead practice changes to meet your quality goals and how to effectively use data to manage and improve your organization’s performance.
  • Celebrate your and your peers’ successes at our Quality Initiative Recognition Program luncheon on Tuesday, February 11th!
  • Visit the AHCA Poster Gallery to hear from your peers about their efforts and achievements - draw inspiration as well as practical tips and takeaways from their journeys.
  • Keynote speaker Christopher Ridenhour will share insights on why positive, purposeful and empathetic relationships define the workplace culture and how each person can become a “champion” of possibility.
  • The best opportunity you will find to network with professionals from across the country focused on continuously taking their organizations to the next level of performance.
  • Participate in our first “Gallery Walk” - leave the classroom and accompany a faculty moderator to pre-selected storyboards to discuss the improvement journey depicted on each with their presenters.
  • New Orleans. Need we say more?


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