Wednesday, October 12 & Thursday, October 13, 2011
Vancouver, British Columbia
Join us for the HealthCare Leaders’ Association of British Columbia’s (HCLABC) annual conference on Wednesday, October 12 & Thursday, October 13, 2011 at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in downtown Vancouver, BC.
This year’s conference covers a wide range of relevant topics that focus on the key drivers that are currently influencing and will continue to shape health system transformation. Keynote speakers and concurrent session presenters are leading-edge and thought-provoking experts in their respective fields from within BC, across Canada and the United States.
Members of the Canadian College of Health Leaders save $75 off of the registration fee. Attendance at this program entitles you to 12.5 MOC I credits towards your maintenance of certification requirement.
Our plenary sessions for this conference include:
- A CEO panel from the BC Health Authorities;
- Futurist Jim Bottomley looking at how various trends combine to provide future opportunities for new and collaborative strategies across the country;
- Jeffrey Selberg from IHI speaking to the increasing complexity and challenges to health systems;
- Change and leadership expert Jim Harris discussing the leadership attributes and competencies necessary for increasing system innovation, efficiency, effectiveness and outcomes;
- An expert panel on transformational change discussing the economic burden of healthcare and how to move towards a sustainable system;
- A leadership panel who have first hand involvement in the First Nations transformation in British Columbia; and
- Patient Navigators who will share their lessons learned and plans in terms of how the concept of patient navigation is an important contributor to system transformation.
- Talent strategies for the future: building and finding next generation leaders
- Increasing the use of citizen engagement in health planning and service delivery
- Health information management in an increasingly integrated world
- The role, experience and lessons learned of Public Private Partnerships in BC
- Finding the connection between data and decisions
- The strategic value and role of social media in health care
- Healthcare leadership program for new and emerging leaders
For more information, please review the conference program at www.hclabcconference.com or www.hclabc.bc.ca - register early, as we expect the conference to sell out once again this year.
HCLABC Board Chair
105 – 19 Dallas Rd.
Victoria BC V8V 5A6
|MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION|
Attendance at this program entitles certified Canadian College of Health Leaders members (CHE / Fellow) to 12.5 Category I credits toward their maintenance of certification requirement.