Events Schedule

Featured Event:
Oct 30

MAPS PSO Annual Culture of Safety Workshop - Oct. 30-31

Enhance your patient safety strategy—Hear from top thought leaders during our interactive and collaborative workshop on building safety culture.

You’ll gain new insights into:

  • Communication and Resolution Programs

  • Principled approach to patient harm

  • Empathic and honest communication

  • Emotional first aid

  • Go Teams

  • And more

See our brochure.

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Upcoming Events

Location: Webinar
Oct 17

An Executive’s Guide to Aligning Pay with Performance - Oct. 17

Hospitals are increasingly adopting sophisticated approaches to executive compensation packages to better align business strategy, organizational performance and executive pay. Designed to calibrate pay with performance, these programs can provide a powerful connection between the executive team and the board’s vision for the organization. But they are only successful when all parties fully understand how incentive goals and actual results will be evaluated and rewarded.

IHA Event Sponsor Pearl Meyer will demonstrate the best way to conduct an executive compensation performance analysis. In this complimentary webinar, expert faculty will share proven methods to:

  • Align performance and pay;

  • Set award opportunity levels;

  • Identify measures and weightings;

  • Evaluate results over multiple years; and

  • Ensure that individual total direct compensation levels are positioned appropriately against market competitors based on performance.
     

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Pearl Meyer

Pearl Meyer is the leading advisor to boards and senior management on the alignment of executive compensation with business and leadership strategy, making pay programs a powerful catalyst for value creation and competitive advantage. Pearl Meyer’s global clients stand at the forefront of their industries and range from emerging high-growth, not-for-profit, and private companies to the Fortune 500 and FTSE 350. The firm has offices in New York, Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Houston, London, Los Angeles and San Jose.

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An Executive’s Guide to Aligning Pay with Performance - Oct. 17
Location: Webinar
Oct 22

Reimbursement, Innovation and Compliance: 2020 and Beyond - Oct. 22

As hospitals prepare to comply with the final federal Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) and Medicare Physician Fee Schedule rules coming out this fall, IHA Event Sponsor Advis is leading a complimentary webinar on how the changes may affect IHA members. The federal changes are expected to include:

  • Medicare provider-based guidelines for off-campus hospital locations;

  • Inpatient Prospective Payment System and OPPS reimbursement changes, including the final rule on hospital charge transparency; and

  • Telehealth reimbursement expansion with new Medicare Advantage guidelines.

 The webinar will also provide an overview of the healthcare trends expected to impact hospitals in 2020:

  • The growing aging population and out-of-the-box service strategies;

  • Diversity and inclusion initiatives;

  • Readmission prevention strategies and innovations;

  • Telehealth to address behavioral health service gaps and ensuring reimbursement; and

  • Independent Diagnostic Testing Facilities as a means to stay competitive and retain market share.

Sponsor

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Founded in 1985, Advis has deep working knowledge of all provider types. We work in urban and rural environments. Our healthcare consultants come with legal understanding when it comes to regulations and our breadth of services can expand over any of your issues—regulatory, operational improvement, bottom line enhancements and new revenue streams for your tomorrows.

Advice, vision, answers, financial health and future thought—you’ll find it all here with Advis.

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Reimbursement, Innovation and Compliance: 2020 and Beyond - Oct. 22
Location: Naperville
Oct 29

HCPro Medicare Boot Camp® Utilization Review Version - Oct. 29-30

Dive into the complex world of Medicare regulations with peers, expert faculty and a nationally recognized curriculum. In this two-day program, you will learn how to maintain regulatory compliance by understanding complex federal rules and appropriately managing patient status. Through a combination of lectures, class discussions and hands-on exercises, this course will examine patient status and the role of the UR committee within the larger context of Medicare rules for coverage, billing, coding and payment. You will also learn how to obtain correct Medicare reimbursement.

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HCPro Medicare Boot Camp® Utilization Review Version - Oct. 29-30
Location: Webinar
Nov 06

2019 IHA Emergency Preparedness Exercise - Nov. 6

Cyberattacks are on the rise for hospitals and health systems. In 2016, healthcare organizations were the victim of 88% of all ransomware attacks in the U.S. With a hefty recovery price tag of over $1 million per attack, healthcare facilities must fortify their strategies to avoid being an easy target. On November 6, IHA’s annual Emergency Preparedness Exercise will simulate a cyberattack and its impact on a healthcare organization’s ability to maintain an effective environment of care with a significant impact to facility infrastructure.

Experience this full-scale, state-wide simulation in a live, interactive webinar exclusively for our membership. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a specialized inject track that focuses on facility evacuation and management of functional needs populations, including pediatric patients. With hospitals particularly vulnerable to a cyberattack, this program will help your hospital address all possible cyber weaknesses and shore up overall cyber preparedness.

Your organization will benefit from:

  • Strategies on enhancing your hospital’s ability to customize injects to meet specific, hospital, healthcare system or regional demands;

  • Lessons on improving capacity and capability to prepare for and respond to incidents that stress normal hospital daily operations; and

  • Participation at the functional level, which assists in meeting the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requirement for preparedness exercise participation.

To save you time, IHA will complete all the required Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) documents on your behalf.

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2019 IHA Emergency Preparedness Exercise - Nov. 6

Future Events – Mark Your Calendar!

September 26-27: 2019 Leadership Summit, Lombard
October 10: Volunteer Leadership Retreat, Naperville