Outpatient CXO Summit 2010

Venue: Las Vegas

Location: Las Vegas, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 24, 2010 End Date/Time: Oct 26, 2010
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Declining reimbursement, skyrocketing malpractice costs and increasing operating expenses are frustrating physicians across the country. Developing effective techniques to overcome these financial, operational and reform challenges in order to deliver the highest quality healthcare, is essential for successful progressive physician groups.

A Unique Event

The healthcare arena is experiencing ever increasing pressure to improve access and quality, and to decrease costs. Delivering high quality outpatient services against the backdrop of healthcare reform and regulatory change is pivotal. With operating costs rising more rapidly than revenues, reducing costs within facilities is high on the agenda including negotiating contracts with suppliers, staffing and fine-tuning workflows to improve operational efficiency.

Implementing information systems to improve care delivery and provide more detailed and timely information about quality of care is key. Developing strategic compensation, bonus and incentive programs to combat the on going battle of physician recruitment and retention are essential, whilst establishing preferred provider networks based on cost and quality indicators and dealing with value based contracting. Leadership and human development is critical for physicians stepping up into management positions with the constant operational, compliance and reform changes. Overall maintaining and improving patient satisfaction is the key driver behind a successful and top performing facility.

The Outpatient CXO Summit provides a unique forum where C-level executives will engage in vibrant benchmarking sessions and share management and operational solutions and best practices. Alongside the benchmarking sessions, attendees will build and develop new relationships through, one-on-one meetings and networking opportunities with leading solution providers during the three-day experience.