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After much discussion and consideration, the ACHE Board of Governors and leadership team have decided to cancel the 2020 Congress on Healthcare Leadership due to the need for leaders and healthcare organizations to manage their responses to coronavirus (COVID-19) within their communities. Learn more at ache.org/Coronavirus.

Law, Policy, and Regulation

87X – Interoperability and the 21st Century Cures Act Imperative: The Advantages of Interoperability Advancements for Health Systems

The 21st Century Cures Act is poised to transform how the healthcare industry approaches data and interoperability. These new regulations directly affect provider organizations and health information technology vendors, creating an imperative to rethink the approach to medical data access, patient matching and interoperability. With these new rulings, it can be difficult for provider organizations…

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51X – The Basics of Grassroots Advocacy

Legislators are called to weigh in on numerous issues, from healthcare to energy to farm policy and more. Although lawmakers may be experts on one or two issues, it is impossible for them to master every topic likely to come before Congress. Elected officials rely on good staff work, outside expertise and, most importantly, constituent…

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35X – Value-Based Payment Updates for Healthcare Executives

This session will review several landmark payment reforms that serve as the basis for current and emerging policies, including the Medicare and CHIP Reauthorization Act and its Quality Payment Program, Medicaid 1115 waivers, and Advanced Alternative Payment Models Using cornerstone payment models as examples, the presenters will extract foundational insight about principles that executives can…

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S05X – The Basics of Grassroots Advocacy

Legislators are called to weigh in on numerous issues, from healthcare to energy to farm policy and more. Although lawmakers may be experts on one or two issues, it is impossible for them to master every topic likely to come before Congress. Elected officials rely on good staff work, outside expertise and, most importantly, constituent…

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