3rd Hospital Acquired Conditions Conference

Reduce Preventable Conditions Through, Innovation, Organizational Transformation,
Training and Cutting Edge Technologies

If you're a professional in an acute hospital or medical facility then you already know that in 2017, 769 of the 3,313 hospitals subject to the Hospital Acquired Conditions Reduction Program face Medicare payments cut over high HAC rates. This translates into hospitals with the worst scores losing millions of dollars, prestige, and thousands of patients. We know that not every hospital is the same, and what works for one hospital may not be the best approach for another hospital. To date, few health systems have been successfully adopted corporate strategies, education programs, and technologies to create a sustainable patient safety focused organization. 

Join us in Philadelphia at the 3rd Hospital Acquired Conditions Conference to learn how to utilize new strategies, technologies, safety mechanisms and education methodologies to reduce hospital acquired conditions, improve patient safety and experience. With sessions and workshops by leading practitioners, this year’s conference is going to be a learning and networking opportunity you can’t effort to miss!

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Key Topics for 2017:


Case studies from leading health-systems and tips that helped them to skyrocket their HAC and HCAHPS scores


Why patient safety culture and organizational change is crucial for reducing hospital-acquired conditions


How leadership buy-in would help to promote a system wide transformation


Evidence based approaches and their impact on improving HAC scores


Utilization of latest trends and technologies including disinfection robots, UV lights, smart surgery products, electronic surveillance systems, data analytics and electronic health records


Legal perspectives related to hospital-acquired conditions explaining legal liabilities and conditions of professional negligence

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