1:30 pm Welcome and Opening Remarks - Pat Schou, ICAHN Executive Director, and Trina Casner, ICAHN Board President 1:40 - 2:45 pm Opening session: "Dream Big and Work Hard" - Presented by Jean Driscoll, Olympian, Paralympian, author, and advocate for persons with disabilities - sponsored by Availity 2:45 - 3:00 pm Hospital "Innovation of the Year" and "Outstanding Young Leader" award winners are announced, in addition to the 2017 Executive Leadership graduates 3:00 - 3:15 pm Break 3:15 - 4:00 pm Panel discussion on strategic planning, featuring small and rural hospital leadership 4:00 - 5:00 pm Closing Session: "Rural Hospital Renaissance" - Presented by Brian Lee, CSP, CEO, Custom Learning Systems Group Achieve a breakthrough in the patient experience to transform the future from decline and survival to growth and revival. 5:15 - 7:00 pm Reception and Recognition - sponsored by Legato Healthcare Marketing
Conference Agenda - Day Two (November 15)
- 7:30 - 8:30 am Registration - Breakfast Buffet - Exhibits Open 8:30 - 9:30 am Opening Session, "Generational Leadership" - Presented by Mark Noon, The Studer Group - sponsored by efficientC In this session, you will learn four elements of great leadership, four outcomes of great leadership, and four tactics for the highest level of engagement. 9:40 - 10:30 am Break-Out Session One - (Choose One)
"Social Media and Risk Management: What You Need to Know" - Presented by Heather Annolino Social media has found its place in healthcare, thanks to the important role it plays in patient engagement. Through actions, such as tweeting and posting to Facebook, healthcare providers have an easier and more immediate way to connect with their patients and their public. In this session, you will attain a deeper awareness of the current state of social media as it pertains to healthcare and identify strategies to effectively manage social media to avoid privacy/HIPAA violations.
"Opportunities in Your Medicare Cost Report" - Presented by Kevin Wellen Learn how various operational aspects of your business get reported within your cost report and explore how that impacts your reimbursement. You'll also learn what key data points are sensitive to your reimbursement and be able to spot them in your review of the cost report. "Advanced Practice Providers: Identifying Trends and Risks With Advanced Practitioners" - Presented by Aileen Brooks In this session, participants will identify various types of Advance Practitioners, gain a basic understanding of the applicable law in Illinois, understand the scope of practice of an Advanced Practice Nurse, distinguish between collaboration and consultation between providers, determine whether a written collaborative agreement is required and what its purpose is, and understand what is meant by "meaningful collaboration" and the Affordable Care Act expanded community-based healthcare.
9:40 am - 12:00 pmBOARD GOVERNANCE TRACK - Presented by Heyl Royster and Eide Bailly Tracks run from 9:40 - 11:00 am and from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm 10:30 - 11:00 am Break and Exhibit Visits 11:00 am - 11:50 am Break-Out Session Two - (Choose One)
"Building Rural Community Coalitions to Improve Population Health" - Presented by Heather Westrick, MBA, Founding Administrative Director of Southern Illinois University's School of Medicine's Office of Population Science and Policy This session will help define and demonstrate the growing gap in health disparities in rural areas, share lessons learned on building community coalitions that unite stakeholders and create solutions to improve the health of populations and recognize SIU Medicine's efforts in population health in its Office of Population Science and Policy.
"Riding Off Into the Sunset? A Trail Guide to Succession Planning" - Presented by Tina Nazier, Healthcare Practice Leader, Wipfli, LLP In healthcare, our most valuable assets are our people. What happens when those valuable resources no longer exist due to unplanned departures, promotions, fitness, family crisis, or retirement? Does your organization have a game plan to keep the most critical roles functioning in these situations?
Noon - 1:15 pm Lunch and Exhibit Visits 1:15 - 2:00 pm Afternoon Session, "Critical Access Hospital Policy and Regulatory Updates from Inside the Beltway" - Presented by Maggie Elehwany of the National Rural Health Association This presentation will focus on the current challenges faced by critical access hospitals in rural healthcare delivery and the impact of federal legislative and regulatory policies. I will also outline specific actions needed by both Congress and the Administration to stabilize the rural hospital safety net. 2:15 - 3:15 pm Closing Session, "Building for the Future: Connecting With Patients, Peers, and the People You Care For" - Presented by Geoffrey Tumlin, President of On-Demand Leadership - sponsored by Managed Care Partners The digital revolution transformed our lives so thoroughly that we're still scrambling to grasp the changes our powerful communication tools unleashed. This session delivers insightful advice and the immediately usable strategies we need to realize more promise from the digital communication revolution in our hospitals and in our relationships with patients, peers, and the people we care for. 3:15 pm Drawing for Prizes and Adjournment