Date(s) - 04/18/2018 - 04/20/2018
Mayo Civic Center
Quality in Health Care.
What do we talk about when we talk about quality? The Health Professions Network Spring Meeting will be in Rochester, MN, home of the Mayo Clinic, to ask and answer just that question. We’ll hear from experts from the Mayo Clinic & more on a topic we can all rally around—providing quality care to the patients we serve.
Quality at the home of Mayo Clinic.
We’re so excited about our program for our Spring 2018 meeting in Rochester, MN, we’ve gotten a big head start on confirming speakers—leaders from Mayo Clinic concerned with quality oversight, patient safety and allied health recruitment, for example. We’re also excited to hear from other excellent area providers about what the initiatives they’re taking on in improving the quality of care.
We’re sure these sessions will be excellent and particularly informative, with practical takeaways about where we are in the healthcare industry and where we’ll be in the future. We also hope they will start a dialogue about associations’, accrediting bodies’ and educators’ roles in collaborating with providers to improve the quality of care.
Plan to join the Health Professions Network April 18-20. The sessions and discussions we will have in Rochester will certainly have practical takeaways for you and your work, and we hope they’ll have an impact on HPN’s mission, as well.
Program and registration coming soon.
Health Professions Network meetings regularly convene regional experts and industry leaders to present quality educational sessions on topics at the forefront of the rapid change in health care. In Rochester, we are excited to hear from leaders and experts from Mayo Clinic and more excellent area providers. They will be discussing QUALITY—what does quality care look like, today, and what will it look like five years from now? What factors impact quality? Our speaker agenda will soon be confirmed.
Participate with an HPN Talk!
Don’t forget—you’re invited to participate, as well! For the fifth consecutive meeting, in addition to our usual expert sessions, we’re asking members and guests to present for 5-15 minutes answering a conceptual or practical question and sharing practical knowledge and insight into customer service and association management, all in bite-sized pieces. Think HPN meets TED!
We’re gathering around the topic of quality, so you could speak on how your association might approach the topic of quality—through accreditation, standards or education, for example—or how your professionals impact quality in care. If you’re an HPN member, this is probably a topic near and dear to your heart—something we all need to pay attention to in order to support our health professionals.
Learn more, orKurt@hpnonline.org.