Please plan to attend the NAQAP Fall Summit scheduled for October 18, 2017 at Seton Hall University School of Law in Newark, New Jersey, the second important event in our NAQAP Healthcare Impact Series. This highly informative one-day conference will examine the crucial topics that are most relevant in today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment and most importantly, how they affect the ancillary healthcare provider industry. It is also an excellent opportunity to hear from and enter into discussion with our roster of highly-recognized speakers who are leaders in their fields.
We look forward to seeing you October 18th and hope our conference will be highly beneficial for you and your healthcare organization.
Earn CEU credits
The State Board of Examiners will award 4.25 New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania nursing home administrator CEU credits to attendees of the NAQAP Fall Summit. Another great reason to join us!
|8:00‒9:00||Continental Breakfast and Registration|
Emerging Models in the Non-Acute Care Setting
Understanding the New Payment Models
|11:00‒11:15||Mid-morning Break and Vendor Exhibits|
It's All About Data
Presentation by Dean Kathleen Boozang
How Ancillary Providers Can Establish Direct Relationships With Hospital Providers
Seton Hall University School of Law
1109 Raymond Blvd
Newark, NJ 07102
The cost for attendance is $79 for NAQAP members and $159 for non-members.
More about the NAQAP Impact series
To better understand the fast-changing pace of healthcare today and its impact on ancillary healthcare providers, NAQAP (National Association of Quality Ancillary Providers) has launched its Healthcare Impact Series of highly informative meetings and lectures.
The fall Summit is the second in the series this year, enabling ancillary providers, payers, policy experts and legislative authorities to come together to discuss, debate and influence the transformation of the healthcare delivery system as it is evolving.
In addition, the Healthcare Impact Series allows NAQAP members and other healthcare insiders to stay up-to-the minute on issues affecting the ancillary provider industry so they are better equipped to adapt to today’s healthcare reform and new reimbursement models.
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