AHA Virtual Executive Dialogues

Network with your peers | Share your insights | Small group discussion

Network with your peers and share your insights with the hospital field when you participate in one or more of the American Hospital Association’s highly interactive one-hour Virtual Executive Dialogues. The weekly series, “Executive Insights: Resilience & Recovery,” allows you to engage with other AHA-member health care leaders on topics focused on guiding hospitals as they transition from a period of crisis and response to one of strategic agility and resilience. Your participation will be included in a summary report featured in AHA Today.

Why You Should Join

  • Network with your peers in this collaborative forum.
  • Share your unique perspectives and gain practical takeaways.
  • Better understand the challenges and successes the hospital field is experiencing as it enters the rebuilding and recovery phase.
  • Participation is limited to facilitate a small group discussion.
  • Be featured in a special report in AHA Today.

How to Register

Participation is limited to facilitate a small group discussion. Registration is required. There is no fee to attend. Contact events@aha.org for more information.

 
 
 

Upcoming Events

Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, Noon - 1 p.m. Central

Building Patient Loyalty with Effective Engagement Strategies

Hosted by the American Hospital Association in partnership with Mercury Healthcare (formerly Healthgrades)

Hospital and health system C-suite executives are invited to join us to explore your perceptions of patient engagement as a priority for health systems, given rapidly evolving market dynamics, including consumer demands for greater convenience and access.

What We’ll Discuss

  • What is your organization doing to accelerate personalized, data-driven patient engagement strategies that drive loyalty on par with big consumer brands?
  • What data and technology gaps limit your organization’s ability to excel at both patient acquisition and retention?
  • How is your organization staying connected to patients throughout their health care journey and motivating them to participate in their own care? What benefits do you see not only for the patient, but also for your organization?

Contact events@aha.org for more information.

Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Central

Patient Access Strategies to Support Financial Recovery

Hosted by the American Hospital Association in partnership with ABILITY Network

Join your hospital and health system C-suite executive peers to explore how health care leaders are working to reschedule procedures and mitigate future risks by improving administrative processes to aid financial recovery.

What We’ll Discuss

  • Health care executives cite front-end patient access issues as their top concern regarding claims denials. What is your organization doing do to improve the process
  • What strategies is your organization putting in place today to recover financial resources? What are you planning to do in the future?
  • What role does technology and digital adoption play in your process improvements and cost-saving strategies?

Contact events@aha.org for more information.

Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Central

Leveraging Real-Time Data and Advanced Analytics to Anticipate Patient Deterioration
Identifying at-risk patients for sepsis, HAIs and readmissions

Hosted by the American Hospital Association in partnership with Wolters Kluwer

Join the AHA and your hospital and health system C-suite executive peers to explore the use of clinical surveillance systems to leverage real-time patient data from electronic health records to provide timely alerts about critical conditions to improve patient quality and safety.

What We’ll Discuss

  • How is your leadership team setting clinical priorities to reduce sepsis, HAIs and readmissions?
  • What tools, technologies and metrics is your organization using to curb quality and safety-related problems in these areas?
  • How is your organization currently leveraging data in the EHR and clinical decision support tools to improve patient outcomes? How integrated or disruptive is your current system within the clinician workflow?
  • Is your organization using clinical surveillance technology to implement patient safety alerts

Contact events@aha.org for more information.

Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. Central

Building Patient Engagement Solutions that Put the Patient First

Hosted by the American Hospital Association in partnership with Philips

Join your hospital and health system C-suite executive peers to explore overcoming cultural and technical challenges to build an integrated patient experience that will increase the ROI on your patient engagement technology investment.

What We’ll Discuss

  • What analytics, communication strategies and patient outreach technologies are you using to bring patients in for health care services related to wellness and cancer screenings? Are these different from those you are using to bring in patients for chronic conditions?
  • How patient-centered is the current approach to patient engagement?
  • How do you find the right balance of customizing patient engagement to specific conditions/service lines — without becoming so customized that you lose the ability to scale?
  • How do you avoid the common challenge of just layering technology on top of technology, in order to improve patient engagement?

Contact events@aha.org for more information.

 
 
 

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