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High Praise for Estes Park Institute's "Health Care at a Historic Cross Road" Program

February 1, 2018

Estes Park Institute’s "Health Care at a Historic Crossroad" program covers the right mix of topics presented by health care experts and leading-edge innovators. This conference program brings health care executives, board members, and physicians together to tackle the tough issues and return home with a plan for implementing new strategies.

The wide array of session offerings allows leaders from large and small, rural and urban, independent and system-affiliated institutions to build a conference experience unique to their needs. Hear important session topics like:

THE OPIOID CRISIS:  WHAT THE HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL STAFF SHOULD DOAnna Lembke, MD

“Inspired me to arrange a symposium in our community teaching providers how to treat pain without opioids.”

PHILANTHROPY FOR POPULATION HEALTH AND INNOVATIONLeanne Kaiser Carlson

“What an amazing presentation!  I am newly inspired about the topic of philanthropy and hope to be able to see some of these concepts adopted at home!”

FUTURE BOARD RESPONSIBILITIES – DUAL TRANSFORMATIONJohn Tiscornia, MBA, CPA

“Good, energetic speaker.  Great, thoughtful discussion on how to include the future in strategic planning and think outside the box.”

HEALTH CARE FINANCE & ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT MODELS:  WHAT DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION NEED TO SUCCEED?Stuart Altman, PhD; Robert Mechanic, MBA; Steven Tringale; Lynn Barr, MPH

“Great session.  Diverse perspectives mirror the uncertainties that exist today.” “Brilliant, thank you.”

HOSPITAL LEADERSHIP – BOARD MEMBERS BREAKOUT SESSIONJohn Tiscornia, MBA, CPA; Barry Bittman, MD; Jim Kopf

“I never miss a chance to hear Dr. Bittman!  Such relevant information and a challenge to trustees.”

5 INTERVENTIONS TO IMMUNIZE FROM BURNOUT – Della Lin, MD

“Great talk; I like the concrete ideas. Hope to bring this to our hospital."


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