Healthcare is one of the most important and rapidly growing sectors during this economic climate. With the move to value-based care models and a more consumer-driven healthcare environment, this vital industry must respond swiftly and strategically to the scarcity of resources, generational shifts in the labor force, and technological advancements. The Chief Nursing Officer will be instrumental in the execution of necessary changes while focusing on achieving the goal of The Triple Aim.
Strategies being debated include: Creating an environment that attracts talent and aggressively screening labor from alternative markets, as well as, developing curriculum and tools to enhance the skills of healthcare professionals where emerging technologies are being employed. These issues enhance quality patient care which is the key responsibility driving a CNO's success.
As a respected and valued member of senior management, the CNO must be skilled in communications while building and strengthening bridges between clinicians and management. The Chief Nursing Officer Summit will feature high-level strategy sessions discussing issues to effectively address the complications associated with hospital expansions, finding avenues for increased cooperation, building useful partnerships with educational institutions, extending shared governance and decreasing nursing documentation time.
If you are interested in speaking, contact Amanda Jorgensen at 561.372.4033, or email email@example.com.
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Get to Meet the CNOs Ice Breaker
Chairperson Opening Remarks
Succession Planning: Examining the Changing Role of the Chief Nursing Officer
Susan Eubanks | Chief Nursing Officer, Page Hospital | Banner Health
Paula Gillette | VP, Nursing and Patient Care Services | University Hospitals, Rainbow Babies and Children’s
Challenges of a CNO: Creating Value for the Growing Health System
As health systems continue to grow whether it be through mergers, acquisitions or the development of new facilities, the Chief Nursing Officer is under constant pressure to create value both at the system and the entity level. This session will provide insight into how CNOs are facing this challenge. We will examine such topics as:
Anne Whiteside | Vice President/CNO | Valley Health
Implementing a Healthy Work Environment through Safe Patient Handling
We’ll address the current trends and issues that influenced the development of the safe patient handling and mobility standards, as well as identify the need for safe patient handling as part of a culture of safety environment. This session will demonstrate the importance of leadership support, review the implementation process, and provide outcomes achieved through the implementation of a successful program.
Jessica White-Kiehle | Project CNO | Community Health Systems
Dee Kumpar | Director of Safe Patient Handling Market Development | Hill-Rom
Morning Refreshment Break
Quality Metrics for the CNO
This session will examine how Nursing Leaders can utilize data and analytics for improved staffing, better quality care and more.
Population Health Initiatives: From Volume to Value-Based Care
Sharon Wright | Vice-President Patient Care Services & Chief Nursing Officer | Hardin
Understanding Patient Perspectives Surrounding Engagement and Experience in Health Care
Patients must be a part of the conversation when providers and payers develop their engagement strategies. Learn how to make the cultural shift to promote patient perspectives, experience, and participatory care within the organization. View the health care system through the patient lens to gain a better understanding of how patients see the continuum as one experience Discuss strategies to incorporate patient-centered programs into the organization Identify ways to improve adoption, provider/payer collaboration, and employee engagement.
Duke Lim | Associate Vice President- Nursing & Patient Services | UF Health- Shands Hospital
Patient Centered Care – Redesigning How Healthcare Is Delivered
Empowering patients to be leaders in their healthcare delivery can provide cost-effective financial benefits to hospitals and be extremely rewarding for the patient. This session will:
W. Thomas Kester | Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Operating Officer | Broward Health Imperial Point
Elevating Nurses to Drive Quality and Safety Together
The bar for quality and safety has been raised with Value-Based Purchasing, Never Events, Pay For Performance, Evidence-Based Care, and the Public Disclosure of performance data. In response, major health systems across the U.S. have joined together to elevate the performance of their physicians and nurses to achieve the Triple Aim of Quality, Cost and Satisfaction. The amplifire Healthcare Alliance is comprised of leading health systems like Partners, Intermountain, Providence, University of Colorado and many others. Alliance members share the ground-breaking amplifire learning platform to find and fix the Confidently Held Misinformation that is undermining quality, harming patients, and hemorrhaging precious resources from patient care. In this session, you’ll learn from leaders at Alliance organizations how they are ensuring that their clinicians are practicing at the top of their profession.
Bob Burgin | CEO | amplifire Healthcare Alliance
Robert J. Birnbaum | Vice President of Continuing Professional Development | Partners Healthcare
Tammy Richards | Director of Patient and Clinician Engagement | Intermountain Healthcare
Julie Reisetter | Vice President of Innovation | University of Colorado Health
Afternoon Refreshment Break
Resiliency in Nursing
Dana Asato | Chief Nursing Officer | Blake Medical Center
Patient Satisfaction – More than HCAHPS Score
Over the last decade, hospitals have focused on improving patient satisfaction, particularly as it relates to HCAHPS scores and the reimbursements that are associated with them. While HCAHPS scores can provide valuable insight, patient satisfaction extends far beyond the scores. During this panel, attendees will hear from CNOs across the country, understand how they view the patient’s experience and how they have created leading measures of patient satisfaction within their organizations.
Lisa Romano | Chief Nursing Officer | CipherHealth
Partnering for Performance 2.0
Patricia J. Mook | AVP, Chief Nursing Information Officer | Inova
Critical Nursing Shortages: Finding Innovative Approaches to Demand
Lewis Perkins | VP Patient Care Services & CNO | Norton Hospital
Liisa Ortegon | Senior Vice President Operations/Chief Nursing Executive | Houston Methodist Hospital – Texas Medical Center
Katie Boston-Leary | Chief Nursing Officer, Senior VP of Patient Care Services | Union Hospital of Cecil County
Day One’s Closing Remarks
|5:45pm - 6:45pm||
Networking Cocktail Reception
The Price of Quality Care
Lori Colineri | Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer, Southern Region | Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health
Nurse Engagement at the Bedside – Best Practices and Lessons Learned
Jan Zachry | VP, Chief Nurse and Operating Executive | Scripps Health
Determining the Optimal Nurse-Doctor Relationship to Make Your Staff Effective
Kristie Huff | Chief Nursing Executive & Senior Vice President, Transformation | Care Logistics
Morning Refreshment Break
The Role of the CNO in Care Coordination and Transition Management
Shari McDonald | VP Patient Care Servcies, Chief Nursing Officer | Mercy Hospital of Buffalo
Alphabet Soup: MACRA, MIPS, QPP and APMs – Moving from Volume to Value
Utilizing Data to Improve Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes
Technology advances have permitted organizations to overcome challenges like data integration, large-scale data warehousing and predictive modeling; in addition, technology has allowed use of tools like machine-learning, physician dashboards and more.
This use of technology and data access presents new opportunities as well as creates new challenges for those throughout the healthcare industry as well as the patients. In this interactive session we will discuss issues such as:
Sharon Kirby | Chief Nursing Informatics Officer | Centura Health
Pam Wells | Director of Clinical IT Solutions | Hill-Rom
Taking Ambulatory Care to the Next Level – The Nurse Manager’s Role in Improving Customer Service
Chairperson’s Closing Remarks
Conclusion of Summit
|*Long-term Healthcare Facilities, Outpatient Clinics, Healthcare Systems, Physician Group, Hospital, Government Employees||$525||$895|
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Subject to approval. To qualify you must be currently employed by a non-vendor company. Eligibility will be verified by conference producer. Opal Group reserves the right to allocate places and to refuse applications.
*Health plans must be CMS approved as Medicare, Medicare Advantage or Medicaid health plans
*Includes one night hotel accommodations. Also inclusive of Continuing Education Hours.
***Registrations must be made online on the same date. Discount will be applied after all registrants have been received.
Determining the Optimal Nurse – Doctor Relationship to Make Your Staff Effective
Challenges of Chief Nursing Executives in Small & Rural Hospitals
Bringing Family Engagement into the Patient Experience Formula
Optimizing Nurse Resiliency
Tackling Population Health & What it Means for Today’s CNO
Dynamics of a Multi-Generational Nursing Staff
Understanding the Numbers: Making a Budget Work
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Contemporary Forums and Opal Events. Contemporary Forums is jointly accredited by the American Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
This activity awards 10.5 contact hours.
This course is approved by Contemporary Forums, California Board of Registered Nursing Provider #04516, for 12.6 contact hours.
Very organized and accommodating especially to the speakers. Love the flow with shorter than usual time frames for sessions! Thank You!RN
Getinge Group (sponsor)
Several nursing leaders throughout the nation attended & shared their experiences as leaders. A wealth of wisdom in the presentations.Director of Nursing Informatics
UMC El Paso
The CNO Summit provided by the Opal Group was a great experience with great networking!CNO
Great Summit! Very informative and a great organization that put it on!RN
Getinge Group (sponsor)
Great educational/networking event tailored to the unique group of CNO’s. Please continue next year!CNO & VP Patient Care Services
Sinai Health System
The content presented by each of the speakers was priceless in regard to sharing best practices, healthcare challenges and meeting challenges through collaboration, communication in a consistent manner.Director Nursing Informatics
UMC El Paso