Hilton Doubletree Nashville, Nashville, TN
September 19, 2022 - September 20, 2022
Transforming the Workforce Environment.
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 a guest does not check-in on the reserved check-in date (and has not notified the hotel of any changes), the room will be subject to release. If the room is released, deposits will not be returned and guest credit card will be charged for the entire stay.
|*Hospital/Health System, Health Plan, Physician Group Nursing Facility, Hospice, Government Agency||$495|
Registration 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
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
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)
Very organized and accommodating especially to the speakers. Love the flow with shorter than usual time frames for sessions! Thank You!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