2013 Patient Flow Management Congress

Organization: Global Media Dynamics

Venue: Treasure Island

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Event Date/Time: Jan 28, 2013 / 7:00 am - (EST) End Date/Time: Jan 29, 2013 / 1:00 pm - (EST)
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As hospitals and health systems are transitioning to the new landscape in healthcare, they are grappling with new regulations imposed by healthcare reform and CMS. One area of urgent concern is patient flow management. Hospitals are examining various strategies on how to implement effective discharge planning, improve continuum of care, reduce readmissions, and increase the overall patient care experience.

We have created a high-level forum that features prestigious hospitals and health systems who will share their insights and expertise on how to dramatically improve patient flow management, increase patient satisfaction and quality of care, transform the Emergency Department, and enhance discharge planning and continuum of care. Attendees will benefit from learning about actual case studies and strategies that have been employed. The content will illuminate best practices to utilize in today's rapidly evolving world, specifically looking at a patient flow management strategy that increases efficiencies and reduces ineffective practices.

This is the only conference on Patient Flow Management that will equip you with innovative strategies and tools to be better prepared for 2013. In this unique event, we bring together leaders and innovators to share their insights and offer tested solutions. By attending the 2013 Patient Flow Management Congress in Las Vegas, NV on January 28 – 29, 2013, you will learn what others in various aspects and roles pertaining patient flow management are doing to be prepared for the challenges that lie ahead in 2013 and beyond!

Register today to reserve your seat at the conference and take advantage of early bird discounts! Please register online at www.2013patientflow.com or call 800-646-9581.


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