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2017 Program for Small Community and Rural Hospitals

October 12, 2017
East Syracuse, NY

Embassy Suites Syracuse by Hilton
6646 Old Collamer Road South, East Syracuse, NY 13057

Agenda

9:30 a.m.
Registration and Breakfast
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Conference
6:00 p.m.
Networking Dinner

Join us for the 2017 Program for Small Community and Rural Hospitals, co-sponsored by HANYS and Iroquois Healthcare Alliance, to hear how your colleagues are making a difference in their rural communities and to discuss policy priorities for the coming year with your association colleagues.

The agenda will include panel sessions on strategies for addressing the opioid crisis, updates on telemedicine/telehealth policy, programs to support primary care practitioners working in rural areas, and the latest news from the state Office of Rural Health.

This program is free for members of HANYS and our regional association partners. The program is appropriate for executive leadership as well as members of your front-line team.

Registration
Program registration deadline is Thursday, October 5, 2017.

Accommodations
A room block has been reserved at Embassy Suites for the evening of October 11:

  • Discounted group rate: $109/night
  • Group code: HAN
  • Make your reservation by September 27 to receive the discounted rate.
  • ​​Make your reservations online or call: 315-446-3200 or 800-EMBASSY

Please note: If you are staying overnight Thursday to attend the Department of Health Critical Access Hospital Performance Network meeting on Friday, October 13, DOH also has a block of rooms reserved for the night of October 12. Contact DOH for details.

Continuing Education Credits
There are no continuing education credits associated with this workshop.

Questions
For questions about the program please contact Karen Roach, Senior Director, HANYS Regulatory Affairs, Rural Health. For questions about registration please contact: learning@hanys.org or call (518) 431-7867.

Register for 2017 Program for Small Community and Rural Hospitals

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