The Triple Aim or Three Bull’s-Eyes? The Summer Leadership Conference

The “triple aim” in healthcare refers to the drive to increase quality, improve the customer experience, and lower cost. For healthcare managers, this triple aim may seem more like three bull’s-eyes painted on our backs!

Bull’s-eye #1

The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), have released thousands of pages of new and proposed regulations regarding hospital services, physician payment, and long-term care services. These changes are dramatic.

Bull’s-eye #2

In the midst of this, healthcare providers are experiencing significant declines in demand and utilization. Hospital occupancy, skilled nursing occupancy, and other measures of health care utilization are lower than in years past.

Bull’s-eye #3

Labor costs and economic pressures are beginning to feel like it’s the 1980s, rather than 2017. With restrictions to payments, and declining occupancy & utilization, increasing labor and supply costs could be the last straw on many a camel’s back.

In spite of these three bull’s-eyes, healthcare managers are expected to carry on, demonstrate leadership, and manage effectively in the midst of this turbulence.

Tote that Barge, Lift that Bale

Taking a break from the relentless stress is not only a good idea, it may be essential to continued health and sustainability for many managers. 

Refocus, recharge, and enhance your management skills, all while earning 15 CEUs – this is the Summer Leadership Conference

Join us!

New York Chapter ACHCA Summer Leadership Conference

The Fairmont Southampton, Bermuda

July 24-28, 2017

Conference rates are available from July 19 — 30. Please make sure that you use the conference reservation block code of NEWY0717. Learn more!

Earn 15 Continuing Education Credits at the Summer Leadership Conference

Attend the Summer Leadership Conference and earn 15 continuing education credits. The New York State Health Facilities Association is a certified sponsor of professional continuing education with the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB). NYSHFA has submitted for 15 CEUs from NAB for this program. State licensure boards have final authority on the educational program facilitated by acceptance of individual courses. ACHCA is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.


Read more about the great program we have in store for you, and you can download the Summer Leadership Conference brochure.

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