Indiana Rural Health Assoc. 2018 Spring into Quality Symposium

March 15, 2018 all-day America/Indiana/Indianapolis Timezone
CRG Event Center
2499 Perry Crossing Way
Suite 205, Plainfield
IN 46168
Tina Elliott
(812) 478-3919 ext 222

Guest Presenter:  Studer Group National Speaker, David Marshall
From strategic planning to operational management, multinational corporations and hospital systems throughout the United States, as well as around the world, have looked to David Marshall’s guidance and recommendations for creating profitable returns on investment in process improvement and cost saving programs, quality initiatives, and safety systems.
Under his leadership and direction, over 100 hospitals have successfully implemented high-reliability programs across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Included are large healthcare systems, leading research institutions, urban critical care hospitals, and rural facilities. David Marshall has created comprehensive business solutions for hospitals that improve safety, efficiency, productivity, and reliability.
Spring Into Quality Symposium registration fees:
IRHA Member – $75
Non-Member  – $225
Student Registration – $40
Due to grant funding, Critical Access Hospital (CAH) employees will receive a reduced registration fee.
CAH Employee – $25
Non-Member CAH Employee – $125
If you are not an IRHA member, you can save $50 on your registration fee by purchasing a membership now,  have it in your shopping cart, continue shopping and purchase a registration for the Symposium. Once back in the shopping cart it will recognize you are purchasing a membership during check out and will apply the discounted member fee to your Symposium registration.
In partnership with the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), HFMA members can register for the 2018 Spring Into Quality Symposium at the IRHA member rate. If you are not an IRHA member but you are a HFMA member, please choose “Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) member registration” when registering.
Each attendee is asked to bring 2 “healthy” non-perishable food items to combat food insecurity in rural areas.  Indiana’s State Association of Food Banks (Feeding Indiana’s Hungry) will assist with placing and picking up barrels at each IRHA event.

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