Chief Nursing Officer Summit 2020

Orlando, FL
September 14, 2020 - September 15, 2020

282 days left

Welcome to Opal Group’s premier event for senior nursing leaders!

Transforming the Patient Experience.

Earn up to 10 CNEs!

Nursing leaders have consistently gone through a significant amount of challenges due to a variety of influences both internal and external. Through these challenges, nursing leaders are tasked with providing quality care, reducing costs while improving patient experiences– a challenge that requires strong leaders at the helm of their organizations. Nursing administrators know this cannot be done alone, but with partners and peers to develop novel approaches and strategies to overcome these challenges.

The Chief Nursing Officer Summit brings together senior nursing executives from hospitals, healthcare systems, long-term health facilities and outpatient clinics to collaborate and strategize ideas with other administrators from around the country. The peer-driven content allows thought leaders to share best practices, have open and candid conversationswhile exploring novel approaches to work in a more efficient and productive manner.

The Chief Nursing Officer Summit’s intimate setting and interactive program, provides a unique format and vendor-neutral environment provide the opportunity for all attendees to be active participants. The Chief Nursing Officer Summit facilitates executive-level collaboration in a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. With smaller, more focused sessions and thought-provoking roundtables, this Summit offers an opportunity to engage in and exchange invaluable ideas with industry peers.

Current as of November 21, 2019

7:30am

Registration & Continental Breakfast

 

Sponsored by

Baylor University

8:20am

Opening Remarks & Icebreaker

Chairperson

Julibeth Lauren, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Nursing and Allied health Practice and PX, Elsevier

8:30am

Partnering in the Age of Retention & Recruitment: How to Corral a Multigenerational Workforce

Dawn L. Alexander, Chief Nursing Officer, Nashville General Hospital

Ginger Henry, Chief Operations Officer, Baptist Medical Center
South

Mallary Myers, System Vice President, Operations Improvement & Innovation, Baptist Medical Center South

9:20am

How Lateral Violence is Impacting the Environment

Marilyn Riley, PhD, Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer, IU Health Frankfort Hospital

9:55am

Refreshment Break

 

Sponsored by

Triage Staffing

10:10am

Roundtables

Point of Care Technologies

 

Moderated by

Altura

Bridging Communication Gaps In Healthcare

 

Moderated by

Ascom

Stop Building the Workforce for Yesterday and Start Building the Workforce for Tomorrow

 

Moderated by

Avantas

New Technologies for Healthcare Infection Prevention

 

Moderated by

Cupron

Using Analytics to Drive Meaningful Patient Engagement: Strategies to Enrich the Patient Experience

 

Moderated by

Elsevier

The Cost of Patient Care

 

Moderated by

Medefis

Providing Patient-Centered Care: Strategies to Enable a Cultural Shift

 

Moderated by

Sonifi

Strategic Staffing Partnerships: What every Clinical Director Needs to Know

 

Moderated by

Triage Staffing

11:45am

Transition to Practice: How to Engage and Retain Newly Licensed Nurses

Melissa Gonzalez, Nursing Program Manager, UTMB Health

Tiffany McCauley, Nurse Executive, Elsevier

Cynthia Sanner, Director, eLearning Content Strategy Elsevier

12:30pm

Luncheon

1:30pm

Patient Experience, Quality and Safety

Melissa Kupiec, Director Patient Experience, Steward Health

2:10pm

Roundtables

Bridging Communication Gaps In Healthcare

 

Moderated by

Ascom

Stop Building the Workforce for Yesterday and Start Building the Workforce for Tomorrow

 

Moderated by

Avantas

New Technologies for Healthcare Infection Prevention

 

Moderated by

Cupron

Using Analytics to Drive Meaningful Patient Engagement: Strategies to Enrich the Patient Experience

 

Moderated by

Elsevier

Nurse Peer Review

Moderated by

Marilyn Riley, PhD, Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer, IU Health Frankfort Hospital

The Cost of Patient Care

 

Moderated by

Medefis

Providing Patient-Centered Care: Strategies to Enable a Cultural Shift

 

Moderated by

Sonifi

Strategic Staffing Partnerships: What every Clinical Director Needs to Know

 

Moderated by

Triage Staffing

3:40pm

Refreshment

3:55pm

Innovation and Infection Prevention; Two Case Studies of a Novel Technology Adoption

Presentation by

Alastair B. Monk, PhD, Vice President Medical Products, Cupron

4:30pm

The Problem is Poverty: Why Poverty and Income Inequality Are at the Core of America’s High Health Care Spending

Kurt Mosley, Vice President of Strategic Alliances, Merritt Hawkins

5:05pm

Cocktail Reception

 

Sponsored by

 

Medefis

8:00am

Continental Breakfast

8:30am

Chairperson’s Recap of Day One

Chairperson

Julibeth Lauren, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Nursing and Allied health Practice and PX, Elsevier

8:40am

Improving Patient Satisfaction & HCAHPS Survey Score

Tonia Purkey-Hale, Chief Nursing Officer, Tennova- Newport Medical Center

9:20am

Creating Exceptional Patient Experience: Looking Beyond the Patient

Cathy Knorzer, Chief Nursing Officer, University Hospitals, St. John’s Medical Center

10:00am

Refreshment Break

10:15am

Patient Engagement Using Technology

Carrie Stein, Director of Clinical Informatics, Nursing Informatics & Evaluation Research, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

10:50am

Understand, Preserve and Improve the Health of Your Patients

Debra McGill, Population Health Director, MaineHealth

11:30am

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

Julibeth Lauren, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Nursing and Allied health Practice and PX, Elsevier

1star
Hilton Scottsdale Resort & Villas
Scottsdale, AZ


• Rooms are available only to those participants who are registered conference attendees.
• Rooms will not be guaranteed without a credit card.
• Rooms are allocated on a first come first serve basis. Room types/rates are subject to availability.
• The name on the form will be the name of the guest room.



More networking, greater interactions, bigger ROI:

One of the biggest challenges that companies face is standing out from the crowd. Your company has the perfect solution to your customer’s problem but how do you grab their attention?

The Chief Nursing Officer Summit provides a specialized, strategically-built experience for cutting-edge solution providers to engage, interact, and build relationships with pre-qualified C-Suite Executives and Senior Decision Makers from leading healthcare organizations who are actively looking for new business partners.

Solution providers are developing new business relationships through unparalleled speaking sessions, bespoke networking events, and custom face-to-face roundtable business meetings.

  • Determining the Optimal Nurse – Doctor Relationship to Make Your Staff Effective

  • Challenges of Chief Nursing Executives in Small & Rural Hospitals

  • Population Health

  • 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

  • Chief Patient Engagement Officer
  • Chief Nursing Informatics Officer
  • Chief Nursing Information Officer
  • Chief Nursing Officer
  • Chief Nurse Executive
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Senior Nurse Leader
  • Patient Experience Officer
  • EVPs, SVPs, VPs & Directors of:
    Patient Care
    Patient Services
    Clinical Operations
    Nursing
    Staffing
    Nurse Services
    Human Resources
    Nursing Administration
    Operations
    Patient Engagement
    Patient Experience
    Telehealth

    This was a wonderful conference. Diverse and interesting attendees with lots of experiences to share. Director of Clinical Informatics

    John Hopkins Bayview

    This was a great collaboration of information. the overall conference was very enjoyable. Chief Nursing Officer

    Oasis Hospital

    I appreciate the connections I am able to make with other CNOs and the ability to finds solutions to some of the common issues we face. Vice President, Patient Care Services

    Southwest Medical Center

    I thought that the conference was great. There were great speakers who shared struggles and their stories on what they did to make improvements. I found those speakers most beneficial. Chief Nursing Officer

    Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital