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2011 NCHN Annual Conference

Don’t miss your networking opportunity of 2011! 

Please join us in Scottsdale, AZ, April 17-20, 2011 for the annual gathering of NCHN members.  This year’s Conference Planning Committee has been working extra hard to plan a conference that promises to make an impact!  With two pre-conference workshop offerings, along with two and half days of educational sessions, all aimed at improving your skills as a network leader, there is something for everyone.  Members of the Conference Planning Committee have strived to provide all conference participants with take home tools that will assist you in boosting the success of your network. 

What you can expect

The NCHN Conference will begin on Sunday, April 17 with the offering of two special sessions.  Amy Forsyth-Stephens will offer Diversified Resource Development Strategies for Health Networks.  This 3-hour pre-conference workshop will cover topics of interest to network leaders who have responsibility for ensuring the sustainability of their networks during these uncertain economic times.  We are also pleased to partner with The Center for Rural Health Works to offer a four hour session, Rural Health Works: A Model for Health Networks. The workshop will be designed to assist networks in preparing the economic impact of the network.

Monday will bring the 3rd Annual Awards Luncheon, educational sessions, exhibits, and our historical Monday night ultimate networking event.   The Annual NCHN Membership Meeting will begin the Tuesday’s events.  Wednesday morning the 2011 NCHN President and Officers will be introduced at the Annual President’s Breakfast, where Greg Dent, NCHN President, GA will have the opportunity to recap his year as president and turn the Association over to the new leaders.  The rest of the morning will focus on the Affordable Care Act and networks’ role in its implementation, with updates from the federal level. And we are pleased to announce Alan Morgan, CEO, National Rural Health Association is confirmed as our closing speaker. 

As the Conference Planning Committee finalizes sessions, the overall schedule of events descriptions will be expanded.  Please check back often for updates and additions to this site.

We encourage you to make your hotel reservations early and to submit your conference registration early to ensure your spot in the networking event of 2011!

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