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Vol. 66, Issue 16
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Thursday, April 21, 2022

   

WHA Wisconsin Rural Health Conference Breakout Sessions Announced

Engaging topics, expert speakers offer unique learning opportunities
A full agenda and registration information is now available for the WHA Wisconsin Rural Health Conference taking place June 15-17, 2022, at the KI Conference Center in Green Bay. The deadline to register for this WHA Wisconsin Rural Health Conference is June 1.
 
In addition to compelling general session speakers and keynote presentations, this year’s conference touts an impressive breakout session line-up:
 
The Problem is Poverty
Kurt Mosley, Merritt Hawkins
 
Ransomware: Are you protected?
Russell Ciezki, Heartland Business Systems
 
Board Governance: Insights into Trustee Roles and Responsibilities (Board of Directors track)
Ben Schmitz and Todd Kenney, BKD
 
Maintaining Relevancy as a Rural Hospital in the Face of the New Realities of Healthcare
Kerry Swanson, Erdman
 
Full Disclosure: Surprise Billing and Hospital Price Transparency Legal Update
Lori Wink, Lisa Lucido and Ben Fee, Hall Render
 
Health Care Compliance for Leaders and Beyond
Stacy Gerber Ward, von Briesen
 
Strategies to Reduce Labor Needs and Keep Up with the Demand for Health Care
Cindy Van Asten and Chris Kenyon, M3
 
Identifying and Improving Health Disparities in Rural Wisconsin Using EHR Data
Jennifer Weiss, MD and Abbey Harburn, Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality
 
Refocusing Leadership Teams on Strategy
Robert Zontag, Wipfli
 
Access the full conference agenda here.
 
Questions about this conference or any other WHA education opportunity can be directed to education@wha.org.
 
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Thursday, April 21, 2022

WHA Wisconsin Rural Health Conference Breakout Sessions Announced

Engaging topics, expert speakers offer unique learning opportunities
A full agenda and registration information is now available for the WHA Wisconsin Rural Health Conference taking place June 15-17, 2022, at the KI Conference Center in Green Bay. The deadline to register for this WHA Wisconsin Rural Health Conference is June 1.
 
In addition to compelling general session speakers and keynote presentations, this year’s conference touts an impressive breakout session line-up:
 
The Problem is Poverty
Kurt Mosley, Merritt Hawkins
 
Ransomware: Are you protected?
Russell Ciezki, Heartland Business Systems
 
Board Governance: Insights into Trustee Roles and Responsibilities (Board of Directors track)
Ben Schmitz and Todd Kenney, BKD
 
Maintaining Relevancy as a Rural Hospital in the Face of the New Realities of Healthcare
Kerry Swanson, Erdman
 
Full Disclosure: Surprise Billing and Hospital Price Transparency Legal Update
Lori Wink, Lisa Lucido and Ben Fee, Hall Render
 
Health Care Compliance for Leaders and Beyond
Stacy Gerber Ward, von Briesen
 
Strategies to Reduce Labor Needs and Keep Up with the Demand for Health Care
Cindy Van Asten and Chris Kenyon, M3
 
Identifying and Improving Health Disparities in Rural Wisconsin Using EHR Data
Jennifer Weiss, MD and Abbey Harburn, Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality
 
Refocusing Leadership Teams on Strategy
Robert Zontag, Wipfli
 
Access the full conference agenda here.
 
Questions about this conference or any other WHA education opportunity can be directed to education@wha.org.