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October 16, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
THA’s Tennessee Center for Patient Safety along with the Tennessee Chapters of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Tennessee Organization of Nurse Leaders (formerly TONE), Tennessee Society for Organizational Improvement (TSOI), and Tennessee Association for Healthcare Quality (TAHQ) are hosting the annual Leadership Summit on October 16th at the Franklin Marriott in Cool Springs. The Leadership Summit will be held in conjunction with the THA Annual Meeting on October 16 – October 18.
The Leadership Summit will continue the tradition of highlighting Tennessee hospitals’ and health systems’ successful strategies to create a culture for performance excellence and improve patient outcomes. New this year will be the opportunity for executives and leaders to earn 3.0 ACHE face-to-face credits for attending the summit. We are pleased to be able to offer reimbursement after the event to staff from THA HIIN hospitals for Leadership Summit registration and round-trip mileage (for those traveling more that 50 miles each way).
The keynote speaker for the Summit will be Robert Earley, CEO, JPS Health Network, in Fort Worth, Texas on Leading to Achieve Increased Engagement from Frontline Staff, Physicians and Patients. Earley will share three basic leadership principles he follows that make a significant impact on how his hospital’s health network performs through the shifting healthcare landscape. It will include a behind-the-scenes look at how frontline leadership can positively impact workplace culture and drive results by going back to the basics.
Register for the THA Leadership Summit and Annual Meeting using the registration link above. A block of rooms is being held through Sept. 25, 2019 at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs for the nightly rate of $234 (plus taxes). Reservations may be made using the group code “Tennessee Hospital Association” through this link or by calling 1-888-236-2427. For questions or more information, contact Kari Ellis.