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Delmarva ACHE Spring 2017 Educational Forum
April 21, 2017 @ 8:45 am - 1:00 pm
This event is held in conjunction with the Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley (HLNDV)
Theme: “Reach the Beach”
The Maryland chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (MAHCE) and Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley (HLNDV) invite you to join their respective memberships for the following joint sponsored education event focusing on the opioid epidemic and community health.
121 East Naylor Mill Road
410-334-3080 (includes $99 room rate for speakers or attendees)
Up to three (3) F2F ACHE credits can be earned
Cost: $25 members (ACHE); $40 non-members; $20 students
Time: 8:45 am – 1:00 pm
8:45 – Gathering/Registration/Continental breakfast
Assorted yogurts, assorted bread and bagels with cream cheese, butter and jams, muffins, Danish, fresh fruit, coffee and tea
9:00 – 10:30 – 1.5 hour FACE to FACE session
10:30 – 10:45 – break
10:45 – 12:15 – 1.5 hour FACE to FACE session
12:15 – 1:00 – buffet lunch Assorted sandwiches, chips, pickles, bottled water
9:00-10:30 – Maryland Association of Healthcare Executives presents “ The Opioid Crisis in Maryland”
The Opioid Epidemic – there has been a sharp increase in opioid use in the last several years partially driven by over prescribing. Since 1999 the rate of overdose deaths has quadrupled and drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death. Our co-sponsored event will explore the roots of the problem, current resources and further expectations. Healthcare providers and institutions have been and will continue to be at the center of the solution.
Terri Palazzo, RN, MS, Mercy Medical Center – Director of Emergency Services
Tracy Preston Myers, Governor’s Task Force on Opioid Abuse
Kathleen O’Brien, Addictions Director
10:45-12:15 – Healthcare Leadership Network of the Delaware Valley presents “Improving Community Health Status”
Improving the Health Status of Your Community – the changing landscape of the healthcare delivery model and increased accountability of how healthcare organizations and providers deliver care has given rise to collaborations by healthcare organizations / providers across the continuum of care. The collaborations have developed innovative care delivery models focusing on community and population health management.
Megan Williams, DNP, BA, FNP-COPC, Director of Population Health, Beebe Healthcare.
Peggy Geisler, Executive Director, Sussex County Health Coalition
Robert Ferber, MD, SFHM, Chief Clinical Innovation Officer, Nanticoke Health Services;
Brian Rahmer, PhD, MS, Director Community Health Engagement, Christiana Care Health System.
Scott Burleson, President of MAHCE @ firstname.lastname@example.org
John Shevock, Program Director, HNLDV @ email@example.com