When: May 05, 2011 - May 06, 2011
The Rowland-Hite Seminar is one of the largest and most respected gatherings of health care leaders in the area. With tuition that is a fraction of the cost of national meetings, the seminar brings in renowned speakers to address the top issues in health care. Discounts are offered for multiple attendees from the same organization, offering exceptional value to CEOs, Trustees, CFOs, CIOs, CNOs and other members of the executive team.
Event Resources and Materials
Registration Brochure (pdf)
Thursday, May 5, 2011
- State Budget Issues and Health Reform (pdf) William A. Pully, President, North Carolina Hospital Association.
- The Stockdale Paradox: Outlook For Health Care in the Palmetto State (pdf), J. Thornton Kirby, President & CEO, South Carolina Hospital Association.
- The Journey to High-Value Healthcare (pdf) Susan D. DeVore, President & CEO, Premier
- Primary Care and Mental Health Integration (pdf), Richard D’Alberto, FACHE, President & CEO, Laurens County Health Care System, Sue Veer, President & CEO, Carolina Health Centers, Inc., and Susan D. Yaggy, MPA, President & CEO, NC Foundation for Advanced HealthPrograms, Inc.
- The Journey to Becoming More Affordable (pdf), Greg Beier, President, Novant Operations.
- Innovative Physician-Hospital Collaboration: Beyond Employment and Recruitment (pdf), Tobin N. Watt, JD, Attorney, Smith Moore Leatherwood, and Robert Wilson, JD, Attorney, Smith Moore Leatherwood.
- CMS Demonstration Projects in the Carolinas (pdf), Francis Rushton, Jr., MD, FAAP, Medical Director, Quality Through Technology and Innovation in Pediatrics (QTIP), State of South Carolina.
Friday, May 6, 2011
- Health Care Spending: The Accountable Era (pdf), Rulon F. Stacey, PhD, FACHE, Chairman-Elect, American College of Healthcare Executives; President and Chief Executive Officer, Poudre Valley Health System.
- Real Reform: Real Leadership (pdf), David B. Nash, MD, MBA, Dean, Jefferson School of Population Health, Thomas Jefferson University.
- Politics and Policies: How Changes on a Federal Level are Affecting Health Care (pdf), Thomas Nickels, Senior Vice President, Federal Relations for the American Hospital Association (AHA).