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Programs and Seminars

Throughout the year, the Association offers various Webinars, Audioconferences, on-site programs and on-line education (carelearning.com) that focuses on health care issues that affect Virginia health systems. View our calendar to see these and other VHHA/VHREF educational offerings throughout the year.

Click on Learn More to download a PDF copy of the brochure. To register for a program, click on Register Now.

NOTES: Registration for a webinar below entitles you to one telephone connection at one location, one master set of handouts (with permission to make additional copies for the participants at your location), one Internet connection and an unlimited number of participants from your organization in one listening room.

VHREF requires payment in advance of any program. You may remit payment online using our secure online credit card system or print your registration confirmation e-mail to request payment by check.

Download this list of nearby hotels (PDF) if overnight room reservations are required in Glen Allen, Virginia, as well as directions to VHHA headquarters in Glen Allen.

Be sure to visit www.carelearning.com for your online educational courses.


Driving Organizational Change & Improvements (2-part webinar series for C-Suite Members)


Webinar Series
August 12 - September 29
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet), per session

*ALL SESSIONS ARE 2:30 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Part 1 – August 12, 2015

The CEO & CNO Partnership:  Driving Organizational Improvements

This webinar will demonstrate the impact of a strong CEO & CNO partnership that drives organizational improvements.  Committing to a comprehensive interview process for selection of staff and avoiding the pitfall of rushing to hire has to be a priority in the selection, development and mentoring of caregivers.  Senior executives cannot delegate this significant process of hiring solely to HR.  The development of a dashboard with key metrics is needed to communicate from the bedside caregiver to the board room.  This will lead to a discussion of performance and accountability.  Tracking and trending patient feedback allows for crucial conversations amongst the CEO, CNO and other senior leaders.  The data provides the opportunity to drive performance improvement by recognizing high performers and addressing underperformers.  The vision and mission of the organization committed to high patient engagement, quality outcomes and creating a safe environment must be led by the senior team.  The impact is greatest when a partnership of the CEO and CNO is visibly seen and felt in the organization.  This level of engagement and partnership will create a differentiator in the quality of care and compassion provided to every patient.  Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville is a preferred provider in a highly competitive health care market in north Florida.  Attracting and retaining high performing staff, with multiple opportunities for employment, is a top priority.  First and last impressions can be warm and compassionate or sterile.  The tools and tactics employed and hardwired at BMC are resulting in increased patient satisfaction, reduced staff turnover and increased market share with top line revenue growth.

 

Part 2 – August 29, 2015

Driving Change in Primary Care:  The Coastal Medical Home Journey

Change is hard.  The critical strategic question for any organization is:  Can we get to where we need to be by running harder, or do we have to change?  Vineet Nayar, recent CEO of HCL Technologies (third largest IT outsourcing firm in India) and the author of Employees First, Customers Second:  Turning Conventional Management Upside Down, argues that true change must involve four steps

Target audience: C-Suite, SVP/VP Operations, Physician Relations, Quality Management, Population Health, Managed Care


Healthcare IT Security Webinar Series


Webinar Series
August 25 - November 18
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet), per session

*ALL SESSIONS ARE 11:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

Purchase all sessions or pick and choose.

Part 1 – August 4, 2015

Protecting Patient Information:  Time to Ramp up Your Security

No industry should have 9 out of 10 organizations experiencing a data breach or intrusion to their network, but that has been the case in health care over the past two years.  That’s especially unacceptable for our industry, where sensitive medical and personal information is at risk.  In Part 1 of the Health Care IT Security series you’ll learn about breaches in health care, what the cost of a break could mean to your hospital, why, how and where these cyber bullies target, and practical actions to take to keep patient information secure at your hospital.

Part 2 – August 25, 2015

Medical Devices:  Patient Safety in the World of Connectivity
The FDA released its security requirements for Medical Devices October, 2014.  This was due to the vast amount of evidence mounting on how easy it is to hack medical devices.  This session will explore the dos and don’ts of medical device security and give case studies to support each conclusion.

Part 3 – September 2, 2015

Managing Technology and Cyber Liability through Risk Management
This session will first identify the emerging technology and cyber risks that health care organizations are facing today.  The problem with this risk, as opposed to past emerging risks, is that you cannot buy enough coverage for all the risks, it is difficult to quantify the risk, and proven methods for managing the risk are not yet developed.  Creating even more of a challenge is the fact that many hospitals are working in relationships that create third-party risk making it difficult for the insurance industry to advice on and solve.  This session will show participants how to detect, assess, and respond to technology and cyber risks by focusing on three broad areas, which include: your employees and customers; your business partners, vendors, and technology applications; and external threats.  Last, there will be discussion of how cyber liability coverage works with common technology Directors and Officers Insurance exposures.  Examples will be used of what other organizations are doing to identify and manage these risks to their organization.  Those that develop the ability to manage emerging risks will gain a significant competitive advantage over competitors who lack this level of sophistication.

Part 4 – September 23, 2015

Which Approach Do I Select for Risk Analysis and What is the Assessment Telling Me?

Health care breaches are on the rise as cyber-criminals look to steal your patient’s sensitive information.  The HIPAA security rule requires you to have a comprehensive IT Risk Assessment to evaluate your information security risks to determine appropriate safeguards to mitigate risk to an acceptable level.  This session will demonstrate a step-by-step process to complete an IT risk assessment that safeguards your organizations protected health information (as well as meets the requirements of HIPAA).  Some of the issues are:  How do I make decisions from the risk assessment process?  How does the risk assessment help you make good decisions on security countermeasures?  How does a risk assessment drive value to the bottom line?

Part 5 – October 29, 2015

Uses and Disclosures of Personal Health Information

In this session participants will be familiarized with the specific requirements for compliant production of personal health information in those instances where production is compelled by operation of law.  Frequently these exceptions to PHI and to the authorization or permission requirements are misinterpreted by persons requesting information as well as those producing the information.  HITECH regulations addressing the Office of Civil Rights new enforcement abilities will be analyzed.

Part 6 – November 18, 2015

Electronic Health Records and the Meaningful Use Doctrine
Almost all hospitals have accepted funding under the Affordable Care Act for improving their implementation and use of electronic health records.  Compliance and Meaningful Use standards can mean the difference between keeping those funds and meeting technological goals or being penalized for failing to make the transition, including prosecution under the false claims statute.  This session will help hospitals evaluate compliance standards and prepare for a CMS audit.

Target audience: CFOs, CIOs, Compliance Personnel, Patient Records, In-House Counsel


Bundled Payment Webinar Series


Webinar Series
September 10 - October 13
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet), per session

*ALL SESSIONS ARE 2:30 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Part 1 – August 6, 2015

90 Days to Bundled Payments:  Roadmap and Methodology for Implementing Your Bundled Payments Initiative

CMS’ recent announcement to “double down” on value-based models, including bundled payments, demonstrates their commitment to this paradigm.  Providers need to respond in kind and launch their programs ASAP.  The complexities and time associated with changing focus, care design, and operations can be daunting and this has caused many organizations to delay or reject implementation.  But it doesn’t have to be this way.  This session will describe a structured approach that was successfully used to launch a BPCI Model 2 program in 90 days.  This particular case study involved an organization that needed to change conveners, making the challenge even more difficult.  Nevertheless, the program moved along on schedule.

Part 2 – September 10, 2015

The Role of Analytics in Bundled Payment Programs

The US health care system is rapidly moving to value-based payment models where quality is rewarded over volume.  New models such as ACOs and bundled payments are showing promise to the point that CMS plans on accelerating their adoption.  Among the challenges facing providers and payers alike is the role of analytics to measure opportunity, performance and profitability.  This session will focus on the effective use of analytics in bundled payment programs with emphasis on practical use of tools and data.  Specific areas where analytics drive success will be covered, explaining the key issue(s) and the solution presented thru analytics.

Part 3 – October 13, 2015

Post-Acute Networks in Bundled Payment Programs

Bundled payment programs are almost always centered on and measured by performance improvement in the post-acute area.  As the primary contractor under these programs, hospitals take on the responsibility for post-acute spend while generally having little experience in that area.  This creates a significant challenge to create a successful and profitable program.  This session will focus on the design and development of an effective post-acute provider network through implementation and ongoing operation.  

 

Target audience: C-Suite, Service Line Managers


The Centers For Medicare and Medicaid Services


Webinar
September 15 (11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

Any hospital that accepts Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements must follow the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) hospital interpretive guidelines. These regulations and interpretive guidelines must be followed for all patients in the hospital.  During this session information will be provided on how to better comply with new CMS regulations and guidelines, and how maintain compliance.  Nursing staff will learn to better understand the medication and pharmacy standards since many of these standards apply to nursing.  These include medication errors, adverse events, drug incompatibilities, self-administered medication, and required medication policies.  By staff working together, issues with standards can be reduced or eliminated.

Target audience: This webinar is for anyone involved in the medication process including pharmacists, physicians, all nurses, patient safety officers, nursing supervisors and managers. Other staff members that should attend this session include CNO, CMO, COO, Joint Commission coordinators, and quality and performance improvement staff, and policy and procedure committee members.


Bringing Revenue Cycle Into the 21st Century


Webinar
September 16 (11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

Join us on a journey from a traditional, decentralized revenue cycle operation (Patient Access, Charge Capture, Coding and Health Information Management, Billing and Collections) to an innovative, enterprise (Shared Services) model.  Learn how Sutter Health used the levers of people, systems/processes, and technology to design and implement the next generation of revenue cycle operation, resulting in increased efficiency, collections, and collaboration while decreasing cost.

Data and examples will be used to tell the story of the how-to, challenges, successes, setbacks, and ultimate success of the most rapid transformation in the over 100 year history of Sutter Health.  Vignettes of interviews with senior leaders, clients and customers will provide real-world context and strategies for application.

  

Target audience: Revenue Cycle VPs and Directors, CFOs, CEOs, Hospitals and Multi-system hospitals


Immigration 101


Webinar
September 17 (2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

Hospitals are often faced with situations involving individuals who were not born in the United States and may hold status other than that of a U.S. citizen.  With a basic understanding of the current U.S. immigration system, hospitals can significantly reduce or completely eliminate the exposure associated with discrimination and better understand their employees, potential employees, and patients.  This webinar will cover the basics of the U.S. immigration system and, if passed, address any changes comprehensive immigration reform will make to such system. 

Target audience: Human Resource Professionals, Risk Management Professionals, Upper Level Management


ICD-10 Last Minute Documentation Challenges


Webinar
September 17 (11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

Are you prepared for the ICD-10 implementation? There isn’t much time left.  “Getting claims out the door for October 1, 2015 encounters,” by preparing your facility for any last-minute documentation challenges, is the speaker’s goal for this session.  Jean Ann will describe how various processes will change because of the new code set. Various strategies, tools, and resources will be provided to help make sure your facility is prepared, including how to do a realistic process test, what you need to enter and select codes, and differentiating codes in clinical and/or billing records.

Target audience: CEO, COO, CFO, CNO, inpatient and outpatient department managers, all coding, billing, and claims transaction staff, charges master coordinators, and patient financial personnel


Virginia Beach Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
September 18 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: September 18, 2015

Location: The Westin Town Center - 4535 Commerce Street, The Town Center of Virginia Beach 23462

 

 

Target audience: Business Community


Physician Compensation In A Value-Based World


Webinar
September 22 (2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

As healthcare reimbursement transitions from volume to value-based, it becomes essential for physician compensation plans to evolve as well in order to ensure success under changing financial incentives.  In this session, the presenters will discuss the current physician compensation environment, physician compensation methodological considerations, market trends in physician and advance practice clinical compensation and benefits, as well as key success factors for making a timely transition to value-based compensation in a well-organized manner.

Target audience: CEO, CFO, CAO, executive directors, physician services, physician/medical practice management, vice president of finance and/or business development and nursing home administrators.


Linen in Health Care - Dollars and Sense


Webinar
September 22 (11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

This session will provide insight and oversight for staff involved with a hospital or health care facility’s dedicated laundry service.  The main focus of the webinar will be on handling of linen supplies which have been contaminated by numerous infectious diseases (including Ebola) and other common problems such as Bed Bugs.  Protocols and assessment tools for infection personnel to ensure clean linens are safe and sanitary at all stages of linen activity in the facility will be shared along with suggestions for cost control of linen supplies.

Target audience: Environmental Services, Housekeeping, Laundry/Linen Staff, Infection Control Staff


Feeding the Beast: Sustaining Specialty Care for Community and Rural Hospitals


Webinar
September 24 (11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

McLaren Northern Michigan (MNM), a subsidiary of McLaren Health Care, is a 202-bed regional referral center in Petoskey, Michigan, with remote outpatient and emergency services and specialty outreach clinics in 20 towns.  A medical staff of 200 physicians represents most medical and surgical specialties , including a full-service heart and vascular program with open heart surgery and trans-catheter aortic valve replacement; a full-service oncology program affiliated with a nationally-designated cancer institute; neurosurgery; and orthopedics.  The organization is nationally recognized for its clinical research.  MNM’s market includes 22 rural northern counties spanning 7,000 square miles with an aggregate population of 280,000 and population density < 40 people per square mile and three islands accessible only by ferry or plane.  Five struggling community hospitals provide primary services to their local markets.  The hospital’s challenge is to maintain and expand specialty services within this market while adapting to the rapidly-evolving health care environment. 

In 2011-2012, the MNM Board of Trustees identified a larger partner for affiliation, McLaren Health Care.  Strategic benefits included the potential for workforce sharing; for training and recruitment in “hard-to-fill” skill sets; access to medical school students and residents; expansion of cost savings.  Within 90 days of affiliation, a strategic disruption occurred:  an independent community hospital filed bankruptcy proceedings.  This hospital’s employed providers referred 30% of MNM’s inpatient and specialty care volumes.  Designated assets were sold to MNM using Chapter 11 proceedings as the facility suffered an unplanned closure and five weeks later reopened under MNM auspices.  Today, a strong outpatient and primary care center exists, serving both the local community and the volumes needed to sustain specialty services in the region.

To prepare for changes implied in ACA, MNM elevated strategies around primary care succession planning and recruitment.  A partnership with a local FQHC and an independent community hospital formed a primary care network that acquired HRSA funding to increase access to care and chronic care management programs.  This resulted in multiple PCMH designations and increased program development for the diabetic population.  The network expanded in 2014 to include an FQHC partner and was awarded a three-year HRSA grant for the development of behavioral services in the primary care setting.  An aggressive heart and vascular business plan included regional outreach; exclusive service contracts with community-based hospitals; and a mobile diagnostics van for rural outreach.  Key to survival and sustainability is timely access to daily management reports.  Aggressive management and operational plans have been developed.

This webinar will focus on strategies that are assuring the sustainability and growth of MNM and that may benefit other communities facing similar challenges.

Target audience: Senior Level Administrators and Directors


Understanding the Risks and Opportunities of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model


Webinar
September 24 (3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CCJR) model on July 9, 2015. This model constitutes a mandatory shift to episode-based payment for certain lower extremity joint replacement services in specific regions throughout the country. The model requires inpatient facilities to take financial risk for a broad range of services that could be furnished to Medicare beneficiaries within a 90-day period following certain joint replacements.

Under the model, retrospective reconciliation will compare the actual spending on CCJR episodes to the predetermined target price. If actual spending is below the target, hospitals stand to receive an additional payment. If actual spending is above the target, hospitals will be required to repay CMS for overages. In order to succeed under CCJR, a key requirement is developing an understanding of the patterns of care in the 90 days after hospital discharge. Much of the savings within CCJR episodes will be in this 90-day post-acute period where there is substantial variation in utilization and cost across beneficiaries.

During the webinar, Milliman’s Pamela Pelizzari will provide an overview of the key features of the CCJR model, review examples of possible savings opportunities, and demonstrate how to estimate the potential effect CCJR will have on your practice pattern and revenue cycle.

Target audience: CEOs, CFOs, CAOs, CMOs, additional c-suite staff, medical staff directors, orthopedic administrators, and reimbursement staff.


Abingdon Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
September 28 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: September 29, 2015

Location: The Martha Washington Inn - 150 W. Matin Street Abingdon, VA 24210

Target audience: Business Community


Federal Laws and Regulations Every Healthcare Facility Should Know


Webinar
September 29 (10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

The Joint Commission leadership standard 01.07.01 requires that the hospital board, senior managers, and leaders of the medical staff have knowledge needed for their roles, including information on laws and regulations. Failure to follow a federal law can be introduced into the courtroom to show that the hospital breached the standard of care and imply negligence. This program will discuss some of the many changes in federal regulations and interpretive guidelines by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) regarding the hospital conditions of participation which must be followed by every hospital that accepts Medicare or Medicaid.

Target audience: COO, CNO, nurses, nurse educators, risk managers, compliance officer, hospital legal counsel, emergency department manager, nurse managers/supervisors, Joint Commission coordinator, quality improvement director, human resource staff, board members, patient safety officer, and anyone else involved with healthcare laws


Leadership Update: The Joint Commissions (TJC) Challenging and Complex Standards


Webinar
October 1 (10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

The Joint Commission leadership standards are the same for healthcare facilities across the spectrum. There are renewed and even greater expectations of these leaders. We will review the challenging TJC standards, as well as discuss the upcoming expectations.

Target audience: This program is for all levels of leaders within your healthcare facility, including CEOs, COOs, CNOs, CMOs, HR directors, all outpatient and inpatient hospital leadership, nursing leadership, department heads, accreditation, Joint Commission coordinators, performance improvement directors, risk managers, compliance officers, and nursing home administrators.


Winchester Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
October 8 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: October 8, 2015

Location: Holiday Inn Historic Gateway - 333 Front Royal Pike Winchester, VA 22602

Target audience: Business Community


CMS Final QAPI Worksheet and Revised QAPI Hospital CoP Standards


Webinar
October 14 (10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

This program is a must-attend for any hospital that accepts Medicare or Medicaid since they must be in compliance with the Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) section of the CMS worksheet. This program will also cover the revised QAPI standards, including the high number of patient safety deficiencies. The CMS QAPI worksheet is an excellent communication tool so a hospital will know what to expect from CMS. The worksheet is used by State and Federal surveyors on all survey activity in hospitals when assessing compliance with the QAPI standards. QAPI is an important issue to CMS and an increased area of focus in 2015. This program will also highlight the patient safety deficiencies that hospitals have received in this area as well.

Target audience: This program is for the performance improvement director and staff to attend. Other hospital staff that should attend include risk management, quality staff, compliance officer, CNO, patient safety officer, nurse educator, staff nurses, nurse managers, leadership staff, board members, accreditation staff, department directors, infection preventionist and anyone else who is responsible for ensuring the CMS Conditions of Participation (CoPs) related to performance improvement are met.


Richmond Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
October 15 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: October 15, 2015

Location: The Marriott Richmond West - 4240 Dominion Blvd Glen Allen, VA 23060

Target audience: Business Community


How Ready Is Your Hospital To Meet The Proposed CMS Emergency Preparedness Requirements?


Webinar
October 15 (2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) believes each provider should think in broader terms than their own facility, and plan for how they would serve similar and other health care facilities, as well as the whole community during an emergency event.  Climate change and extremes of temperatures have added to the challenge of meeting the health care needs of any community.  Add an unhealthy dose of budget cuts and a pinch of health care reform, the challenge of being truly prepared may appear out of reach.

This webinar will present the five core elements of the proposed CMS changes and the seventeen (17) entities that must develop not only an emergency preparedness plan, but a program as well.  The presenters will highlight a hospital that has taken their Emergency Management Program to a higher level and the gap analysis process that checked the vital signs of their emergency preparedness.

Target audience: Hospital Emergency Managers, C-Suite Leaders, Risk Management, Facilities and Engineering, Quality Improvement (every service in the health care environment is touched during a disaster event)


Diagnostic Error: Rethinking Our Relationships To Wrongness


Webinar
October 20 (10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

This presentation will examine various psychological features associated with the persistence of diagnostic error, especially ones that involve 1) the intersection of diagnostic error with the discomfort of uncertainty, 2) the reluctance of physicians to admit uncertainty, 3) the cultivation of overconfidence as a compensatory mechanism for the unpleasantness of uncertainty, and 4) the resulting inertia as a (non)response to remediating system issues that invite or enable diagnostic error. Additionally, we will discuss the role of overconfidence as a response to production pressures as well as the phenomenon of few if any feedback mechanisms built into care delivery systems that might reduce the frequency of errors, mistakes, oversights, misses, etc..

Target audience: This session is for all levels of leaders within your healthcare facility including CEOs, CMOs, CNOs, physicians, all outpatient and inpatient hospital leadership, and nursing leadership. Other hospital staff that should attend including risk management, quality staff, compliance officers, patient safety officer, nurse educator, staff nurses, nurse managers, leadership staff, board members, department directors, nursing home administrators, and anyone else who is responsible for ensuring improvement in diagnostic error, frequency rates.


ED and EMTALA Compliance


Webinar
October 27 (9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.)
Fee: $200 per connection (1 Audio/1 Internet)

The primary focus of this session is EMTALA and secondarily, issues associated with coding, billing and reimbursement particularly under the Medicare program. This presentation will focus on helping the participant to understand the difference in coding, billing and reimbursement for the ED, how ED documentation should be developed and how to stay in compliance. Dr. Abbey will answer questions regarding the difficulties of EMALTA, including the survey process, and what hospital requirements consist of under EMTALA, including special ED situations.

Target audience: ED personnel, ER nurses, coding personnel, billing and claims transaction personnel, charge master coordinators, financial analysts, compliance personnel, and other interested personnel.


Roanoke Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
October 28 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: October 28, 2015

Location: The Sheraton Roanoke - 2801 Hershberger Road NW Roanoke, VA 24017

 

Target audience: Business Commuinity


Fredericksburg Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
December 1 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: December 1, 2015

Location: The University of Mary Washington Jepson Alumni Center - 1119 Hanover Street Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Target audience: Business Community


Charlottesville Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
December 7 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: December 7, 2015

Location: The Omni Charlottesville - 212 Ridge McIntire Road Charlottesville, VA 22903

 

Target audience: Business Community


Martinsville Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
December 9 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: December 9, 2015

Location: New College Institute - 30 Franklin Street Martinsville, VA 24112

Target audience: Business Community


Northern Virginia Health Care Business Forum


Seminar
December 14 (8:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Fee: This is a Free Event

"Emerging Trends In Health Care & Insurance"

A free Forum for the Business Community

Enjoy breakfast, networking and informational sessions on the latest trends in the Health Care Buisness Community

Date: December 14, 2015

Location: The Tysons Corner Marriott - 8028 Leesburg Pike Tysons Corner, VA 22182

Target audience: Business Community

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