Hospital Council’s annual Summit convenes national experts and industry thought leaders who recognize that we have the opportunity to influence change, challenge conventional wisdom, encourage new ways of thinking and develop a visionary approach to the future of health care.
Hospital Council Member: $690 per person
Three Members + from same hospital facility: $600 per person
Spouse of Hospital Council Member: $300 per person
Physicians Affiliated with Member Hospital: $690 per person
Association Employee/Staff (CHA, HASC, HASDIC): $510 per person
Hospital Council has reserved rooms at a special rate of $229. The $229 rate is available until the August 28, 2018 cut-off or until sold out. You can make hotel reservations online by clicking here or call 1-888-222-5851 and mention the group code HCNCC Annual 2018.
Join this important discussion on efforts toward safe discharge of our homeless patient population. Hear from a panel representing member hospitals on the use of community resources to address post discharge needs and services.
Keri Thomas, Vice President, External Affairs Sutter Health Valley Area
Ryan Gates, PharmD, CDE, Director of Population Health Management Kaweah Delta Health Care District
Raymond Chan, MD, MS, Project Manager, Clinical Lead Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Huy Ngo, MD, Medical Director Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Lunch will be served. You must be registered to attend the 2018 Summit to participate.
Carmela Coyle began her tenure as President & CEO of the California Hospital Association in October 2017. Previously, Coyle led the Maryland Hospital Association for nine years, where she played a leading role in reframing the hospital payment system in Maryland and moving to a value-based methodology. Maryland is now considered a national leader in health care policy and innovation.
Representative Patrick Kennedy served 16 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, and is predominantly known as author and lead sponsor of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008. After leaving congress in 2010, Rep. Kennedy co-founded One Mind, a national coalition seeking new treatments and cures for neurologic and psychiatric diseases of the brain afflicting one in every three Americans.
Despite having her right leg amputated at age five, Bonnie St. John became the first African-American ever to win medals in Winter Olympic competition, taking home a silver and two bronze medals in downhill events at the 1984 Paralympics. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University in 1986, and won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University. Upon her return to the US, St. John was appointed by President Bill Clinton as a director for Human Capital Issues on the White House National Economic Council.
A recipient of the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award, named one of Wired’s “Agents of Change” and listed as one of the most influential creative people by The Creativity 50’s, Mick Ebeling has sparked a movement of pragmatic, inspirational innovation. As a career producer and filmmaker, and now founder and CEO of Not Impossible, Ebeling harvests the power of technology and storytelling to change the world. He founded Not Impossible on the premise that nothing is impossible. His mantra of “commit, then figure it out” allows him to convene a disparate team of hackers, doers, makers and thinkers to create devices that better the world by bringing accessibility for all.
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