AAPA CENTER FOR HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP AND WAKE FOREST SCHOOL OF MEDICINE: EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

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  • Overview
  • What is ELC?
    Learn leadership and personal development strategies. Bring effective communication to your high performance teams. Catch up on timely tools and trends in healthcare business essentials – and much more – at the 2016 Executive Leadership Conference*, brought to you by the AAPA Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management (CHLM) and Wake Forest School of Medicine.

    Who should attend?
    This conference will teach and train participants to apply important concepts and strategies in areas specifically designed for the PA leader and clinical administrator.

    What will I learn?
    During the course, you will:

    • Learn with content that is relevant to the many types of healthcare settings
    • See faculty and content from various disciplines with the focus on the PA as primary learner
    • Develop your management skills areas of leadership, finance, communication, negotiation, planning, budgeting, recruitment and retention, performance management, etc.
    • Network with a broad group of administrators, from recent to seasoned
    • Utilize case studies and problem-solving activities
    • Learn more about or begin the ASU PA leadership program and credit opportunity

    Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions
    New! Participants can register for an optional third-day program to launch their Professional Development Certificate in the Science of Health Care Delivery in conjunction with Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions. This extra day is part of a 6-month comprehensive program involving both in person and online learning offering both CME and optional PI-CME credit. For those participants who do not plan to pursue the formal certificate, they are welcome and encouraged to attend the third day intensive for CME credit and additional leadership and management training.

    Course Name: Integrating High-Value Patient Care and Performance Improvement in Healthcare: A Practical Approach for PAs

    Overall ASU Program Goals:
    By the culmination of this program, participants will be able to:

    • Describe the importance of implementing performance improvement measures into various types of healthcare settings.
    • Characterize how quality can be integrated into current healthcare models to improve patient outcomes.
    • Summarize the various strategies used in process improvement.
    • Develop a root cause analysis using process mapping.
    • Apply concepts of performance improvement to clinical practice to improve patient outcomes and create change in various healthcare settings.
    • Describe performance improvement concepts integrate with the Science of Health Care Delivery.
    • Describe how quality relates to the value proposition in healthcare.
    • Apply the concepts in performance improvement/process engineering to develop a specific performance improvement project.

    Performance Improvement Project Description:
    For participants who choose to pursue development and completion of a performance improvement project, an incremental 20 hours of PI-CME will be granted. Projects will be mentored and evaluated by ASU faculty. Projects will be based in the participant’s current workplace environment and should contain one cycle of improvement. Projects may vary in length depending on the nature of the study. For those who wish to pursue this optional learning experience, more detailed information will be provided in the course.

    CME Accreditation

    Executive Leadership Conference:
    This program has been reviewed and is approved for a maximum of 13.75 AAPA Category 1 CME credits by the PA Review Panel. PAs should claim only those hours actually spent participating in the CME activity.
    Arizona State University:
    This program has been reviewed and is approved for a maximum of 5.25 AAPA Category 1 CME credits by the PA Review Panel. PAs should claim only those hours actually spent participating in the CME activity.

    This program was planned in accordance with AAPA’s CME Standards for Live Programs and for Commercial Support of Live Programs.

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    AAPA and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center are proud to co-host the fall 2016 CHLM Executive Leadership Conference. AAPA is committed to inclusion and diversity, and maintains a policy of respect for every individual. AAPA’s nondiscrimination policy specifically protects against discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation.

    Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s commitment to diversity and inclusion remains unwavering as reflected in its non-discrimination statement which includes protection for gender identity and sexual orientation. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is a private institution and is dedicated to providing an inclusive environment for all on its campuses and to do so with respect, dignity and compassion.

  • Registration
  • This conference is open to AAPA members only. Nonmembers or recently lapsed members may join or renew now.

    Executive Leadership Conference
    Wednesday, November 2 – Friday, November 4
    Two-day conference where participants can earn 13.75 hours of AAPA Category 1 CME credit*.

    • Early Bird Rate: $525 through August 25
    • Standard Rate: $600 through November 5

    Here is a sample letter to request funding from your employer for ELC.

    Optional Program Add-ons from Arizona State University (ASU)

    ASU One-Day Intensive, Saturday, November 5: $600
    ELC participants have the option to attend a third-day intensive session which can be for CME and lead to a certificate in the Science of Health Care Delivery. Those participants who do not plan to pursue the formal certificate are welcome and encouraged to attend the third day intensive for CME credit and additional leadership and management training.

    ASU Six-Month Professional Development Certificate in the Science of Health Care Delivery: $1,450
    At the completion of this program, participants will be awarded AAPA Category 1 CME and a Professional Development Certificate in the Science of Health Care Delivery.

    • One-day intensive training for 5.25 AAPA Category 1 CME credits* and additional leadership management at the Executive Leadership Conference
    • Online self-paced modules and live webinars after Executive Leadership Conference
    • Half-day workshop at the CHLM Symposium at AAPA Conference 2017
    • Benefit from oversight and mentoring from experienced ASU faculty on a project of participants’ choice to earn 20 hours of incremental AAPA Category 1 PI-CME

    Type

    Rate

    Executive Leadership Conference
    (November 2 -4)

    Early Bird Rate: $525 (through Aug. 25)

    Standard Rate: $600 (through Nov. 5)

    Arizona State University One-Day Intensive
    (November 5)

    $600

    ASU Professional Development Certificate in
    Science and Health Care Delivery

    (Price includes November 5 intensive
    and online/distance learning)

    $1,450

    *This program is not yet approved for CME. Executive Leadership Conference organizers plan to request 13.75 hours of AAPA Category 1 CME. Arizona State University Program organizers plan to request an additional 5.25 hours of AAPA Category 1 CME for the third day intensive.

  • Venue & Travel
  • Venue
    The conference will take place in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in three buildings: 525@Vine, Biotech Place and Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education.

    There will be shuttles to/from the hotel in the morning and afternoon each day. Parking is free on-site daily.

    Download venue map here.

    Dining
    Download a map of downtown Winston-Salem’s many dining options here.

    Hotel Reservations
    Marriott Winston-Salem
    425 North Cherry St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
    A block of rooms has been reserved for the group rate: Executive Leadership Conference for PAs.

    Discounted Rate: $164 per night (single/double).
    This group rate will be available until Wednesday, October 12, or until the block is filled. Reservations made after this cut-off date cannot be guaranteed.

    Reservations: Call 1-800-320-0934 or book online.

    • The Marriott Winston-Salem is located 17 miles from the Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO). Estimated taxi fare is $49 (one way).
    • On-site hotel parking is also available at $15 per day

    The hotel features a variety of amenities including:

    • Complimentary complex-wide internet access
    • On-site dining at Graze – open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
      Indoor pool
    • Complimentary fitness center access
    • Location approximately six blocks from conference site

    Airports:
    There are three airports that service the Winston-Salem area:

    1. Greensboro/Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO), located 30 minutes from Winston-Salem. Airlines include Allegiant, American, Delta, Frontier, United, and US Airways.
    2. Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT), located 90 minutes from Winston-Salem. Airlines include Air Canada, America, Delta, Frontier, Insel, JetBlue, Lufthansa, Southwest, United, US Airways, and ViaAir.
    3. Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), located 90 minutes from Winston-Salem. Airlines include Air Canada, American, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, United, and US Airways.
  • Agenda
  • Executive Leadership Conference
    Wednesday, November 2
    Start Time
    End Time
    Session Topic
    5:00 PM 7:00 PM

    Registration and Welcome Reception
    Biotech Atrium and Patterson Avenue entrance of Biotech Place

     
    Executive Leadership Conference
    Thursday, November 3
    Start Time
    End Time
    Session Topic
    7:30 AM 8:15 AM Breakfast

    Biotech Atrium

    Registration will be available
    Patterson Avenue entrance of Biotech Place

    8:30 AM 10:30 AM

    CME Session: Situational Leadership and Personal Development
    2 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits
    PA Classroom – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Identify practical approaches for self-assessment and personal development as a leader.
    2. Describe the various domains and significance of self-assessment scores within The Leadership Circle framework.
    3. Leverage self-assessment and peer-assessment tools to understand:
      • your strengths so that you can deploy them;
      • your weaknesses so that you can manage them; and
      • the qualities, skills and behaviors that you need to develop in order to lead, motivate, and inspire others.
    4. Discuss effective leadership approaches that are task-relevant and adapted for specific situations commonly encountered in clinical settings.

    Speaker: Becky Edmunds, Principal, The Edmunds Group

     
    10:30 AM 10:45 AM Break

    PA Student Lounge – 525@Vine

    10:45 AM 12:00 PM

    Small Group Application: Leadership Development
    1.25 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits
    PA Program IBL Rooms – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Interpret personal results from The Leadership Circle and begin the development of personal actions plans.
    2. Participate with practical exercises involving team perception of a leader, and discuss tactics and strategies to improve mindfulness in leadership.
    3. Practice interviewing techniques that can be used to gather team perception and optimize leadership effectiveness.

    Facilitators: Wake Forest PA Faculty

     
    12:00 PM 12:50 PM Lunch

    Biotech Atrium

    1:00 PM 2:00 PM

    CME Session: Role of Authenticity and Presence in Leadership
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    PA Classroom, 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Recognize common aspects of patient care environments that often lead to burnout, disability, stress, or high absenteeism.
    2. Discuss proven techniques for creating and sustaining the critical elements of a healthy work environment.
    3. Describe strategies to optimize presence and authenticity as a clinical leader.
    4. Discuss how to build high performing, collaborative care teams.

    Speaker: Alisa Starbuck, DNP, RN, NNP-NC, NEA-BC; Vice President, Women’s and Children’s Health Services and Executive Director Brenner Children’s Hospital

     
    2:00 PM 3:00 PM

    CME Session: Leadership Interview Panel: Real World Management Strategies – From PA Leaders in the Real World
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    PA Classroom – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Understand various approaches to management issues through the lens of leaders in different practice settings, institutional types, organizational structures and cultures.
    2. Evaluate the merits of management strategies based on their own strengths and self-assessments.

    Panel Facilitated by Jenna Dorn, Chief Executive Officer, AAPA; Panelists: Josanne Pagel, MPAS, PA-C; Karuna®RMT, DFAAPA, AAPA President and Chair of the Board; Bianca Belcher, MPH, PA-C, Josh Beardsley, PA-C; Beth Smolko, MMS, PA-C, AAPA Director-at-Large

     
    3:00 PM 3:10 PM Break

    PA Student Lounge – 525@Vine

    3:15 PM 4:00 PM

    CME Session: Breakout Sessions Led by Wake Forest Faculty
    .75 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    PA Program IBL Rooms – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Recognize how cultural factors and challenges can help determine your success.
    2. Acquire critical insights into the path to leadership and identify
    3. Apply learned insights to individual work settings and set goals for their leadership path.

    Facilitators: Wake Forest PA Faculty

     
    4:00 PM 5:00 PM

    CME Session: Business Communication I: Giving Critical Feedback
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    MD Classroom (5206/507) – Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education – 475 Vine Street

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Identify the importance of critical feedback in the development of high performing teams.
    2. Classify different types of feedback styles relevant to clinical leaders.
    3. Plan an approach for delivering critical feedback to team members in a way that promotes fairness and facilitates personal growth and accountability.

    Speaker: Sherry Moss, PhD, Wake Forest School of Business

     
    5:30 PM 7:00 PM Networking Reception hosted by the AAPA Board of Directors

    Cardinal Hotel

     
    Executive Leadership Conference
    Friday, November 4
    Start Time
    End Time
    Session Topic
    7:30 AM 8:15 AM Continental Breakfast

    Biotech Atrium

    8:30 AM 9:30 AM

    CME Session: Business Communication II: Conflict Management
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    Biotech Atrium

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Explore divergent conflict management styles, and describe how these influence decision-making.
    2. Apply proven communication techniques to de-escalate situations of conflict.
    3. Discuss strategies and techniques to effectively manage conflict.

    Speaker: Amy Wallis, PhD, SPHR; Professor of Practice, Wake Forest University School of Business

     
    9:30 AM 10:15 AM

    CME Session: “Trends From the Road”
    .75 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    Biotech Auditorium

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Learn about the latest trends for PAs in administration based upon speaker’s national speaking engagements.
    2. Apply the latest news and trends to individual work environments.
    3. Explore potential future issues and challenges for PAs in administration.

    Speaker: Tricia Marriott, PA-C, MPAS, MJ Health Law, CHC, Senior Advisor, CHLM

     
    10:15 AM 10:30 AM Break

    Biotech Atrium

    10:30 AM 12:00 PM

    Small Group Application: “Sticky Situations”
    1.5 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits
    PA Program IBL Rooms – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Review difficult management situation from the clinical setting with a focus on identification of key personnel issues needing to be addressed.
    2. Identify key elements of conflict or dysfunction and learn to develop prototypical action plan.
    3. Formulate strategies and effective communication plan to facilitate teamwork and issue resolution.

    Facilitators: Wake Forest PA Faculty

     
    12:00 PM 1:15 PM Lunch and Networking

    Biotech Atrium

    1:15 PM 2:00 PM

    CME Session: Putting Lessons Into Practice & the Value of Reflection
    .75 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    PA Classroom – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Discuss the importance of framing and context in leadership development and leadership coaching
    2. Explain the role of mentoring, coaching, situational leadership raining, and shadowing in the development of executive leaders
    3. Understand the different options available for leaders seeking development and mentorship.

    Speaker: Zachary Hartsell MHA, MPAS, PA-C, Administrative Director of Anesthesiology and Associate Medical Director, PA Program at Wake Forest School of Medicine

     
    2:00 PM 3:00 PM

    CME Session: Regulatory & Reimbursement Necessities: What You Need to Know
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    PA Classroom – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Describe current coverage and payment policies that affect the ability of PAs to deliver medical and surgical services.
    2. Evaluate the new alternative payment models that are integral components of the transition to fee-for-value reimbursement.
    3. Identify the rules and requirement to avoid allegations of fraud and abuse.

    Speakers: Michael Powe, AAPA Vice President, Professional & Reimbursement Advocacy

     
    3:00 PM 3:15 PM Break

    Student Lounge

    3:15 PM 4:15 PM

    CME Session: Understanding Economic Impact & Return on Investment
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME credit
    PA Classroom – 525@Vine

    At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:

    1. Describe the elements to consider when determining the economic impact of a project including downstream revenue implications
    2. Calculate simple return on investment projections for healthcare projects
    3. Determine the net present value and discount rate utilized in typical healthcare proforma’s

    Speaker: William R. Bryant, Associate Vice President of Financial Planning & Analytics, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center; and Justin Meier, MHA, Director of Health System Analytics, Wake Forest Baptist Health

     
    4:15 PM 5:00 PM

    CME Session: Exit Interview/ Next Steps Looking Ahead (Integrating Personal Reflection into Working with Others)
    .75 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    PA Classroom – 525@Vine

    Join this discussion around the activities of the conference including feedback session about the activities covered, take-aways from this conference, and a discussion about topics important to cover at the next CHLM conference. Hot topics within the PA leadership profession will be introduced.

    Speaker: Tricia Marriott, PA-C, MPAS, MJ Health Law, CHC, Senior Advisor, CHLM

     
    5:00 PM 6:30 PM Reception/Networking

    Biotech Atrium

  • Speakers
  • Executive Leadership Conference Speakers/Facilitators:
    Joshua Beardsley, PA-C
    Director of Neurosurgical Services: Piedmont Medical Center

    Bianca Belcher, MPH, PA-C
    Director of Technology & Strategic Initiatives Assistant Clinical Professor Northeastern PA Program, Boston, MA

    William R. Bryant
    Associate Vice President of Financial Planning & Analytics
    Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

    Jenna Dorn
    Chief Executive Officer
    AAPA

    Becky Edmunds
    Principal
    The Edmunds Group

    Zachary Hartsell, MHA, MPAS, PA-C
    Administrative Director of Anesthesiology and Associate Director of PA Program
    Wake Forest School of Medicine

    Tricia Marriott, PA-C, MPAS, MJ Health Law, CHC
    AAPA Senior Director, Regulatory and Professional Advocacy
    CHLM Principal Advisor
    AAPA Staff Liaison to the Joint Commission

    Justin Meier, MHA
    Director of Health System Analytics, Wake Forest Baptist Health

    Sherry Moss, PhD
    Wake Forest School of Business

    Josanne Pagel, MPAS, PA-C, Karuna®RMT, DFAAPA, AAPA President and Chair of the Board
    Executive director of PAs at the Cleveland Clinic Health System
    AAPA Board of Directors (BOD) Executive, Finance, External Affairs and Executive Compensation Committees

    Michael Powe
    AAPA Vice President
    Professional & Reimbursement Advocacy

    Beth Smolko, MMS, PA-C
    Senior PA, Lockheed Martin Health and Wellness Center
    AAPA Director-at-Large

    Alisa Starbuck, DNP, ANRP
    Vice President, Women’s and Children’s Health Services
    Executive Director, Advanced Practice Nursing
    Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

    Amy Wallis, PhD, SPHR
    Professor of Practice, Wake Forest University School of Business

    ASU Speakers/Facilitators:

    William Riley, Ph.D
    Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery
    College of Health Solutions

    Kristen Will, PA-C
    Director & Assistant Clinical Professor, School for the Science of Health Care Delivery
    College of Health Solutions

  • ASU Program Add-ons
  • Integrating High-Value Patient Care and Performance Improvement in Healthcare: A Practical Approach for PAs

    Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions One-Day Intensive

    Saturday, November 5
    Start Time
    End Time
    Session Topic
    7:30 AM 8:30 AM

    Breakfast and Welcome
    Biotech Atrium

    Speaker: Kristen Will, PA-C

     
    8:30 AM 9:15 AM

    Large Group Session: Integrating High-Value Patient-Centered Care into Healthcare
    .75 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits
    Biotech Conference Room 153

    Session objectives:

    1. Summarize the impact quality measures have on healthcare payment models.
    2. Describe the history and current landscape of performance improvement models in healthcare.
    3. Characterize how quality can be integrated into current healthcare models to improve patient outcomes.

    Speaker: William Riley, PhD

     
    9:15 AM 10:15 AM

    Large Group Session: “Introduction to Process Improvement Strategies”
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    Biotech Conference Room 153

    Session objectives:

    1. Summarize the various strategies used in process improvement.
    2. List and describe the steps in process improvement.
    3. Describe the various models utilized to develop a root cause analysis.
    4. Utilization of process mapping to further identify root cause analysis.

    Speaker: William Riley, PhD

     
    10:15 AM 10:30 AM Break

    Biotech Atrium

    10:30 AM 12:00 PM

    Breakout Session 1: Case Study 1 Application: Root Cause Analysis and Process Mapping
    1.5 AAPA Category 1 CME Credits
    Biotech Conference Rooms 152, 153, 154, 156, 158

    Speakers: Kristen Will, PA-C; William Riley, PhD; Wake Forest Faculty

     
    12:00 PM 1:00 PM Lunch and Networking

    Biotech Atrium

    1:00 PM 2:00 PM

    Breakout Session 2: Case Study 2 Application: Accessing Process Improvement
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    Biotech Conference Rooms 152, 153, 154, 156, 158

    Speakers: Kristen Will, PA-C; William Riley, PhD; Wake Forest Faculty

     
    2:00 PM 3:00 PM

    Large Group Session: Small Group Report Out; Session Wrap-Up
    1 AAPA Category 1 CME Credit
    Biotech Conference Room 153

    Speakers: William Riley, PhD

     
    ASU Professional Development Certificate Online/Distance Portion of Program
    Start Date
    End Date
    Session Topic
    Nov. 6 Nov. 30

    The Science of Healthcare Delivery

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Cortes/Landman

     
    Dec. 1 Dec. 15

    A Vision for an Accountable Healthcare System in the US

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Cortes/Landman

     
    Jan. 1, 2017 Jan. 15, 2017

    Paying for Value: The Value Proposition of Integrating Quality in Healthcare

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Landman

     
    Jan. 15, 2017 Feb. 1, 2017

    Process Engineering: Creating High Reliability in Healthcare

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Riley

     
    Feb. 2017 TBD

    Process Engineering: Creating a Culture of Patient Safety

    Webinar (approximately 1 hour in length) will be scheduled to take place live, but can be viewed by participants thereafter.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Riley

     
    Mar. 1, 2017 Mar. 15, 2017

    Process Improvement: The Next Steps After Root Cause Analysis

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Riley

     
    Apr. 2017 TBD

    Change Leadership

    Webinar (approximately 1 hour in length) will be scheduled to take place live, but can be viewed by participants thereafter.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Trastek

     
    Apr. 1, 2017 Apr. 15, 2017

    A Learning Healthcare System

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Landman

     
    Apr. 16, 2017 Apr. 30, 2017

    Introduction to Health Informatics: Using Informatics to Promote Quality in Healthcare

    Online module (4 hours in length) will be scheduled with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Murcko

     
    Apr. 2017 TBD

    Creating Quality Using Health Informatics

    Webinar (approximately 1 hour in length) will be scheduled to take place live, but can be viewed by participants thereafter.

    Facilitator/Speaker: Murcko

     
    May 2017 TBD

    Program Closing

    (AAPA 2017 Las Vegas)

    Facilitator/Speaker: TBA

     
    • Webinars (approximately 1 hour in length) will be scheduled in the month reflected on schedule, will take place live, but can be viewed by participants thereafter.
    • Online modules (4 hours in length) will be scheduled as above with additional time by participants to complete if needed.

    CME options for ASU Programming – participants are encouraged to enroll in all three portions of the program, as they were designed to be a progressive program (total 39 Category 1 credits). However, participants may enroll in the first module independently of the other two modules as the content for this module is independent from the other modules.

    Module 1 Module 2 Module 3

    One-Day Intensive

    November 5, 2017

    Winston-Salem, NC

    On-line/Distance Programming

    November 2016 – May 2017

    Capstone Event at

    CHLM Symposium

    May 18, 2017

    Las Vegas, NV

    (during 2017 AAPA Conference)

    5.25 hours AAPA Category 1 CME 31 hours AAPA Category 1 CME 2.75 hours AAPA Category 1 CME
    Optional Performance Improvement Project

    20 hours PI-CME
  • ASU Scholarships
  • Integrating High-Value Patient Care and Performance Improvement in Healthcare: A Practical Approach for PAs

    The application period for the AAPA/CHLM Custom Program Scholarship is now closed.

    Cancellation/ Refund Policy/ Disclaimer

    1. We give a full refund, minus a 25 percent processing fee, for cancellations received at least 30 days prior to a conference or seminar.
    2. We give a 50 percent refund for cancellations received fewer than 30 days prior to a conference or seminar.
    3. We do not give refunds or credits for no-shows and cancellation notifications received after the conference or seminar is held.

    Questions about the event? Contact Jennifer Cherry at 571-319-4475.

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