You’ve heard it time and time again, “the only constant in the health care industry is change.” It’s the truth. There is uncertainty regarding the repeal of the ACA and value-based payment models are closer to reality. All of this will have the potential to impact rural community hospitals. In addition, consolidation and disruptive innovation continue to change your competitive landscape; community health needs assessments and population health necessitate effective communication with your community and patients; and data breaches continue to be a significant issue—with 60 percent of attacks targeting small- to mid-sized organizations. What are your organization’s goals and plans in the face of change? Attend Connecting Community & Care 2017!
We will share best practices and discuss potential strategies that will help you continue to provide efficient, quality care that adds value to your community while maintaining your profitability.
Here are a few things you can expect:
Ways to Save:
Trustees are Free
Groups of three or more participants from the same facility get $100 off the registration price for the third and each additional person registered. For the group discount to be applied, all attendees must be registered at the same time.
Earn 12* CPE Credits
*11 credits of Specialized Knowledge and 1 credits of Personal Development
Who We Are
As the nation’s rural hospitals began converting to critical access hospitals, Eide Bailly was there. Since 1998, we have worked alongside more than 250 critical access hospitals to define and measure governmental and third-party rules and regulations. We understand what it is like to operate a health care entity in a rural setting, and we develop an approach that recognizes and appreciates the uniqueness of rural America.
This is a live-group seminar. No prerequisites or advanced preparation is required. For information regarding complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773.
Eide Bailly LLP is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State Boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org