With the ever-changing circumstances surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and potential risks, we have decided to postpone our 2020 Critical Access Hospital Conference planned for April 1 – 3 in San Antonio, Texas.

We are currently looking at future dates for the conference, and more information will be sent out as soon as we’re able to secure a timeline. In the meantime, we plan to offer some of our curriculum originally planned for the CAH conference via a virtual event. Please watch for more details on how to register in the coming weeks.

Spend two and a half days with Eide Bailly professionals as they address today’s challenges.

For the last seven years, Eide Bailly has hosted critical access hospital providers from across the country at our annual CAH conference. What started as an educational experience that goes beyond the surface has turned into a comprehensive event with tangible, actionable takeaways.

At this event you’ll find professional development, content created just for you, one on one time with experienced professionals, tips and solutions to help you in your healthcare setting, and you’ll have fun networking!

“The conference was well organized and informative. I feel empowered with new tools and ideas to take back to our staff to help us all through the changes in healthcare.”
-Natalie Tuff, Population Health & Innovation Coordinator, Heart of America Medical Center


Full price: $400
Current clients will receive an additional $100 off their registration (with promotional code)

Click on the link to view the conference agenda.
15.5 Credits CPE Available

Additional Rooms Available through La Mansion Del Rio Omni Hotel, use code 0328202020CAHOV for Online Reservations.

When making Accommodations by Phone, call 800-830-1400 and ask for the 2020 CAH Overflow Room Block. Book prior to March 10 to secure your lodging.

Holiday Inn San Antonio Riverwalk
217 N. St. Mary’s Street
San Antonio, TX 78205

For further information, contact Jessica Gropel or by phone 507.304.6929

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