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MHE Winter Meeting

January 26 @ 12:00 pm - January 27 @ 3:00 pm

The cost to attend is $50 for members and $100 for non-members. ACHE student members attend free of charge. ACHE membership will be verified. This program will award 4.5 hours of ACHE F2F credit.
Service Recognition Luncheon – Jan. 26, 12 p.m.
This luncheon is free and open to all. We will recognize those who served in 2022 and provide more information to our members who wish to volunteer in 2023. Remember that serving as a volunteer for our chapter counts as healthcare service hours! Come find out how you can get involved in our upcoming year!

Professional Headshots by Lonnie Kees – Jan. 26, 2-5 p.m.
Do you need your professional headshot updated for LinkedIn? Be sure and mark your calendar! We will be providing free headshots for our ACHE members.

Fellows Celebration & Networking Reception – Jan. 26, 5-6 p.m.
Help us honor our members who received their FACHE designation in 2022 and find out how we can help you earn yours in 2023!

ACHE F2F Panel – Improving the Health Status of Your Community, Jan. 27, 9-10:30 AM
Healthcare organizations exist to serve the communities in which they reside. Though community health has always been a focus for these organizations, new regulations require them to take an active role. The health of a community or geographic population has a critical impact on a healthcare organization’s planning, operations, financial sustainability, outcomes and success.

Moderator: State Health Officer Dr. Edney, Mississippi State Department of Health
– Sonja R. Fuqua, PhD, RN, PCMH CCE, Chief Clinical Services Officer and Patient-Centered Medical Home Content Expert, Community Health Center Association of Mississippi
– Lanelle Weems, Executive Director, Mississippi Center for Quality & Workforce

ACHE F2F Panel – Strategies to Create Meaningful Executive Alignment with Physicians and Organizational Financial Goals, Jan. 27, 10:45 a.m.-12:15 PM
To truly transform the delivery of healthcare, the alignment and integration of executive and physician goals should be developed to create economic incentives to achieve clinical care transformations, which require behavioral and cultural changes in the delivery systems. Future success for health systems will likely depend on physicians not only successfully adapting to evolving healthcare regulatory and practice requirements, but also learning how to succeed in a world of new reimbursement models.

Moderator: David Barber, FACHE, Chief Network Development Officer of North Mississippi Health Services/President of North Mississippi Medical Center Clinics
– John O’Keefe, MBA, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer, Select Specialty Hospital-Gulf Coast
– Anne Musgrove, Director of Advanced Practice, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport
ACHE F2F Panel – Population Health Management: Justice, Access, and Financial Implications, Jan. 27, 1:30-3 PM
Developing population health management into a tangible measure continues to be a challenge for all healthcare organizations across the country. How to properly reduce costs while improving the quality and access of care in communities that lack the resources and education to care for themselves and prevent acute health issues and substantive chronic disease continues to be a major hurdle in population health adoption.

Moderator: Dr. Thomas Dobbs, Dean of the John D. Bower School of Population Health, University of Mississippi Medical Center
– Michael Adcock, Vice President of Population Health and Clinical Operations, Magnolia Health
– Robert C. Weathersby, MSN-HCA, RN, Chief Operating Officer, Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center
– Kerri S. Ivey, MSN, RN, CPHQ, CMC, Director of Accountable Care Organization/Population Health and Ambulatory Quality, South Central Regional Medical Center


MHA Conference Center
116 Woodgreen Crossing
Madison, MS 39110 United States
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