Our goal is to provide timely and cost effective learning opportunities that enhance hospital operations and performance, respond to advances in health care, address emerging issues and maintain quality delivery of patient care.
To assist licensed and certified healthcare professionals in obtaining required continuing education credits, Hospital Council identifies partners in education who offer the content, expertise and communication skills necessary to offer accredited programs specifically designed for the health care community.
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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.
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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.
LEAD Academy Trains Managers To Be Successful Leaders
LEAD Academy empowers recently hired, newly appointed or previously untrained health care leaders to better understand and use their strengths. Designed for health care supervisors and managers, LEAD is built on the underlying principle that effective leadership requires productive relationships to support excellence in patient care, sustainable business objectives and a safe patient environment.
On-Site LEAD Academy Trains Managers to be Successful Leaders
LEAD Academy sessions provide an engaging and safe environment to practice newly learned skills and align work goals and actions to support the broader vision of your organization.
LEAD Academy cohorts work together for six monthly meetings, a full day each month, focusing on:
• Supporting the development of others
• Managing and developing a successful organization
When your staff finishes their LEAD Academy cohort, they will:
Improve the performance of the people that report to them
Enhance their contribution to the achievement of your hospital’s strategic goals
Increase their own self-management skills during every day and stressful situations
Leadership & Charge Nurse: Creating a Culture of Safety
“Creating a Culture of Safety” will focus on the role of the nurse leader in creating and developing a safe atmosphere. This course will expand on key concepts to help charge nurses improve customer service, Continuous Survey Readiness (CRS) and response to critical events. The course will also discuss the key roles of the charge nurse in developing a “Just Culture” within the unit, including hourly rounding, debriefing, simulations and effective communication and feedback.
Critical thinking is central to effective task management and decision making in high-risk situations. Review how active assessment and analysis of information helps evaluate and improve the quality of thinking, and discuss the key principles and barriers to thinking critically. The course will also focus on the application of critical thinking through the nursing process to help staff arrive at the appropriate decision or conclusion.
Train health care providers and staff on how to provide the highest quality care from a dignity first approach for transgender, gender-nonconforming, gender-queer and inter-sex patients. This three-hour course covers the eight-unit Dignity model through a didactic approach and lecture.
Dr. Overstreet is a board certified transgender care therapist and holds a PhD in clinical sexology. She is also a licensed counselor in California, Florida, Georgia and Louisiana. With over a decade of experience, Dr. Overstreet, provides consulting, training, speaking services and therapy throughout the United States. Dr.
You are invited to join us for this one-day program, all about YOU!
At this conference you will:
Refresh your current skills and master new ones
Increase your ability to collaborate up, down, and across the organization
Focus your leadership skills and renew your sense of purpose
Provide an opportunity to learn from and network with others in similar professions
Who Should Attend:
Hospital Administrative Professionals to include Executive Assistants, Administrative Managers and Coordinators, Office Assistants and Project Coordinators
When: Friday, October 19, 2018
Registration: 8:30 AM, Program begins at 9:30 AM
Where: Embassy Suites Hotel, 100 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814
To make hotel reservations at a discounted rate of $209 click here. Or call (916) 326-5000 and ask for the Hospital Council Professional Admin Conferencerate. Discounted rooms are available until sold out or September 27.
Registration Fee: $325; 3+ from same facility – discounted rate of $285
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