Connect With Practice Management at the 2017 NACHC CHI Conference in San Diego

On August 27–29, Practice Management exhibited at the 2017 Community Health Institute & Expo as part of the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) annual conference. Held at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, the 3-day event is the largest and most significant annual events that brings together over 2,000 community health center managers, clinicians, board members and leaders.

The NACHC 2017 Community Health Institute (CHI) covered important topics related to health cen­ters and trans­for­ma­tion of health­care.  Health cen­ter lead­ers are look­ing to the future focused on the med­ical and man­age­ment teams needed for tomorrow’s health­care – the col­lab­o­ra­tive part­ner­ships that can spur inno­va­tions – and the tech­nolo­gies to improve effi­ciency and cost effec­tive­ness in the deliv­ery of care.

What to Expect

The CHI will posi­tion health cen­ters for sus­tained lead­er­ship in the com­ing years. Par­tic­i­pants will hear NACHC lead­er­ship, gov­ern­ment offi­cials, health­care indus­try lead­ers and other spe­cial guests speak to the chal­lenges and oppor­tu­ni­ties that lie ahead, includ­ing up-do-date infor­ma­tion on pol­icy shifts, fed­eral reg­u­la­tory changes, fund­ing and pro­posed leg­is­la­tion.  The national con­fer­ence will fos­ter oppor­tu­ni­ties for health cen­ter pro­fes­sion­als and con­sumer board mem­bers to net­work, share per­spec­tives and best prac­tices, and stay com­pet­i­tive and rel­e­vant in the health­care mar­ket­place.  A host of edu­ca­tional ses­sions and events will be offered on major top­ics rel­e­vant to the oper­a­tions and gov­er­nance of health cen­ters.

Every aspect of the community health center movement is represented at the CHI expo, making it an excellent networking opportunity for many professionals in the industry. In addition to networking, attendees can learn new skills, discover new ideas and solutions, and explore the latest information from industry thought leaders.