Thought Leaders, Change Agents, and Innovators Working Towards Collaborative Health Care
ENGAGE & LEAD TOGETHER
Designed to bring together health care thought leaders, innovators, and collaborators including CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, CMOs, Nurse Executives and Product and Program Directors, the 2009 Collaborative Practice Summit offers a unique opportunity to engage, collaborate, and lead together.
A primary purpose of the Summit is to engage thought leaders to create collaborative practice models though a team environment. Not only does this Summit offer an exciting array of accomplished speakers, it provides the attendee and exhibitor with a number of opportunities to interact and share ideas throughout the conference.
Collaborative Practice Summit Supplement
In early March, the Case Management Society of America sponsored the 2nd Collaborative Practice Summit, a unique symposium held in San Antonio that brought together a diverse group of leaders to share ideas on innovative practices that are at the forefront of health care reform efforts.
In order to provide a glimpse of the Summit to those who were unable to attend, the editorial staff of
Case In Point
has developed this special issue, the Collaborative Practice Supplement, to share highlights from the meeting. This Supplement will grant you an insight into the distinct sessions — models of care, performance measures and technology — that comprised the Summit.
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This unique event allowed participants to:
Gain knowledge in understanding emerging models of care
Assess performance measures, intervention strategy, and the definitions of success for the emerging practice models
Discuss the issues of clinician shortages, generational learning styles, technology advancement, and the impact to health care costs
Relate to new and innovative tools, resources, and directions that will enable those in the health care field to embrace the future
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