Corporate Membership and Sponsorship

Leading Corporate Members

Furst Group is ranked as a top 10 executive search firm by Modern Healthcare and one of “America’s best executive search firms” by Forbes. They partner with many of the premier healthcare organizations in the world, from providers and payers to life-science companies and private equity/venture capital firms.

Sustaining Corporate Members

Flywire, a provider of global payment and receivables solutions, has established its platform as a preferred solution for international payments and receivables processing. The company has built a robust business that serves universities, hospitals, and businesses around the world. Many hospitals members use Flywire to offer a tailored, simple payment experience that is customized by country, currency, and institution.

MORE Health’s vision is to become the virtual global hospital for serious illness by providing the highest quality of diagnosis and treatment and offering access to the best physicians in the world when they are needed the most – when patients are faced with a critical, potentially life-changing illness, such as cancer or heart disease. Many hospitals are already working with MORE Health to collaborate with physicians, hospitals, and patients across the globe. MORE Health provides medical second opinions for both international and domestic patients, following its collaborative diagnosis – or Co-Diagnosis® – process.

Sodexo operates in 67 countries serves 100 million consumers each day through its unique combination of on-site services, benefits and rewards services, and personal and home services. Through its more than 100 services, Sodexo provides clients an integrated offering developed over 50 years of experience: from foodservices, reception, maintenance and cleaning, to facilities and equipment management; from services and programs fostering employees’ engagement to solutions that simplify and optimize their mobility and expenses management to in-home assistance, child care centers, and concierge services.

Contributing Corporate Members

Herzing University’s innovative career programs provide flexible learning options and convenient scheduling for busy students with 10 campuses across seven states as well as online programs.

Introduction

We are pleased to offer several opportunities for organizations to engage with NCHL and our program members. We maintain a corporate membership program, have sponsorship packages for our major events, offer sponsored educational webinar opportunities that we promote to our program members and the broader healthcare market, provide opportunities for approved editorial content to be promoted to the thousands of professionals participating in NCHL’s premier programs, and offer access to our exclusive research and international market analytics work products.

Corporate Membership Program

NCHL has designed a corporate membership program that maximizes exposure to healthcare leaders at hospitals and health systems across the US. Our corporate membership options are intended to provide value-added benefits and return positive results for participating organizations. Each tier offers various levels of support for corporate members interested in demonstrating the highest commitment to advancing global access to US expertise in high-quality healthcare, healthcare leadership, and organizational excellence.

Your organization will have access to USCIPP, LENS, and NCAF members as well as the broader healthcare market in a variety of promotional; educational; and engagement approaches. Key stakeholders within our three premier programs are outlined below.

The US Cooperative for International Patient Programs, or USCIPP
• Presidents, vice presidents, senior directors, and other executives in international services
• International medical directors
• Senior leaders of global business development and strategy
• Senior leaders of international operations, finance, and marketing
• Telemedicine departmental leaders

Leadership Excellence Networks, or LENS
• Chief human resources officers and other human resources executives
• Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
• Chief wellness officers and other senior well-being executives
• Senior leaders in organizational effectiveness, learning, and leadership development
• Senior leaders in talent management/acquisition and workforce intelligence

The National Council on Administrative Fellowships, or NCAF
• Senior graduate health management departmental leaders and faculty
• Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
• Administrative fellowship program directors
• Administrative fellows

The NCHL corporate membership program provides a framework for corporate stakeholders interested in healthcare leadership to engage more fully with leaders in each of our three premier programs. Collectively, NCHL’s program members comprise more than 130 US hospitals and health systems as well as almost 40 graduate health management programs. They drive NCHL’s work developing high-quality US healthcare leadership and expertise to meet our evolving health and healthcare goals. The corporate membership tiers and benefits for 2021 are outlined below.

Leading Member

Brand Recognition
• Recognition as Leading Member on NCHL website
• Two educational webinars promoted to NCHL audiences and the broader healthcare market on approved topics
• Roundtable forum with NCHL program members on an approved topic of interest
• Three listserv postings (USCIPP, NCAF, and/or LENS listservs) in a 12-month period on an approved topic of interest

NCHL Participation
• Opportunity to participate in one NCHL program council of choice (choose from LENS or NCAF councils)
• Opportunity to serve on a NCHL special program committee (i.e., Human Capital Investment Conference (HCIC) or USCIPP meeting planning committee, Gail L. Warden Leadership Award Selection Committee, BOLD review committee, etc.)
• Access to all NCHL electronic newsletters (LENS Connection, LENS Executive Briefing, USCIPP Market Insights, NCAF newsletter)
• Access to NCHL Program Membership Directory (including name, title, and organization)
• Access to three NCHL program work products in Corporate Member portal (i.e., USCIPP Market Insights Dashboard, 3 international telemedicine due diligence market reports, NCAF Executive Report, Guide to Fellowships, NCHL Competency Model, Diversity Mentoring Program Guide, NCHL’s archived webinar library)

NCHL Events
• Five complimentary registrations to the HCIC and the USCIPP annual meeting as well as an exhibit table
• Recognition as Leading Corporate Member in the HCIC and USCIPP annual meeting materials
• Discounted registration to the Gail L. Warden Leadership Excellence Award celebration event

Media Impressions
• Editorial content for up to three articles (approved by NCHL) in a 12-month period to be shared on NCHL social media or in NCHL electronic newsletters
• Quarterly recognition provided on NCHL social media channel

Cost
• $50,000 (annual fee)
Sustaining Member

Brand Recognition
• Recognition as Sustaining Member on NCHL website
• Two educational webinars promoted to NCHL audiences and the broader healthcare market on approved topics
• Two listserv postings (USCIPP, NCAF, and/or LENS listservs) in a 12-month period on an approved topic of interest

NCHL Participation
• Opportunity to participate in one NCHL program council of choice (choose from LENS or NCAF councils)
• Opportunity to serve on a NCHL special program committee (i.e., Human Capital Investment Conference (HCIC) or USCIPP meeting planning committee, Gail L. Warden Leadership Award Selection Committee, BOLD review committee, etc.)
• Access to all NCHL electronic newsletters (LENS Connection, LENS Executive Briefing, USCIPP Market Insights, NCAF newsletter)
• Access to two NCHL program work products in Corporate Member portal (i.e., USCIPP Market Insights Dashboard, 3 international telemedicine due diligence market reports, NCAF Executive Report, Guide to Fellowships, NCHL Competency Model, Diversity Mentoring Program Guide, NCHL’s archived webinar library)

NCHL Events
• Three complimentary registrations to the HCIC and the USCIPP annual meeting as well as an exhibit table
• Recognition as Sustaining Corporate Member in the HCIC and USCIPP annual meeting materials
• Discounted registration to the Gail L. Warden Leadership Excellence Award celebration event

Media Impressions
• Editorial content for up to two articles (approved by NCHL) in a 12-month period to be shared on NCHL social media or in NCHL electronic newsletters
• Bi-annual recognition provided on NCHL social media channels

Cost
• $30,000 (annual fee)

Contributing Member

Brand Recognition
• Recognition as Contributing Member on NCHL website
• One educational webinar promoted to NCHL audiences and the broader healthcare market on approved topics
• One listserv posting (USCIPP, NCAF, and/or LENS listservs) in a 12-month period on an approved topic of interest

NCHL Participation
• Opportunity to participate in one NCHL Program Council of choice (choose from LENS or NCAF councils)
• Access to all NCHL electronic newsletters (LENS Connection, LENS Executive Briefing, USCIPP Market Insights, NCAF newsletter)

NCHL Events
• One complimentary registration to the HCIC and the USCIPP annual meeting and reduced registration fee for an additional representative to attend both annual meetings
• Recognition as Contributing Corporate Member in the HCIC and USCIPP annual meeting materials
• Discounted registration to the Gail L. Warden Leadership Excellence Award celebration event

Media Impressions
• Editorial content for up to one article (approved by NCHL) in a 12-month period to be shared on NCHL social media or in NCHL electronic newsletters
• Annual recognition provided on NCHL social media channels

Cost
• $15,000 (annual fee)

Become a Corporate Member

Human Capital Investment Conference Sponsorship

We are pleased to offer several levels of sponsorship from which to choose, each affording various benefits and enhanced exposure. Customized sponsorship opportunities are available upon request. The 2020 HCIC event sponsors are below – thank you for your support! We appreciate you.

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USCIPP Annual Meeting Sponsorship

Each year, US Cooperative for International Patient Programs (USCIPP) members convene to share best practices and learn about the latest trends in international healthcare, including clinical and administrative topics related to international patient care; business development and marketing; advisory and management services, educational programs, joint ventures, and other healthcare collaboration models; cross-border telemedicine and remote second opinions; and more. The only event of its kind, USCIPP’s annual event is the largest meeting of senior leaders from the international divisions of hospitals across the United States. We would like to extend our thanks to all of the sponsors of our 2020 annual meeting outlined below. We appreciate you! Please check back in mid-2021 for more information about 2021 USCIPP annual meeting sponsorship opportunities.

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Visibility and Engagement: Host an Educational Webinar and Connect with Our Program Members

Activities
• Lead one educational webinar promoted to NCHL’s program member audiences and the broader healthcare market

Benefits and Impact
• A 60-to-90-minute speaking engagement and Q&A session on an approved educational topic of interest
• Webinar registration management and hosting capacity for up to 500 attendees via Zoom
• Webinar announcement created by NCHL
• Webinar announced via email to the USCIPP, LENS, and NCAF member listservs and NCHL social media networks
• Webinar recording and presentation slides posted on the NCHL member portal for on-demand viewing by members
• Webinar attendee list with names, titles, and organizations (email addresses will be shared as well unless attendees opt out during the registration process)
• Practice webinar session and live facilitation assistance
• Post-webinar email communication to registrants

Audience
• The US Cooperative for International Patient Programs (USCIPP) listserv includes 700+ international healthcare professionals at US academic medical centers and health systems, including:
-Presidents, vice presidents, senior directors, and other executives in international services
-International medical directors
-Senior leaders of global business development and strategy
-Senior leaders of international operations, finance, and marketing
-Telemedicine departmental leaders
-And more

• The Leadership Excellence Networks (LENS) listserv includes human resources, leadership development, and talent management professionals from US academic medical centers & health systems, including:
-Chief human resources officers and other human resources executives
-Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
-Chief wellness officers and other senior well-being executives
-Senior leaders in organizational effectiveness, learning, and leadership development
-Senior leaders in talent management/acquisition and workforce intelligence
-And more

• The National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF) listserv includes 1,000 graduate students & professionals from US academic medical centers & health systems, including:
-Senior graduate health management departmental leaders and faculty
-Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
-Administrative fellowship program directors
-Administrative fellows
-And more

Cost
• $2,000 (one-time fee)

 

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Visibility and Engagement: Host the NCAF Summer Enrichment Webinar Series

Activities
• Lead/participate in a series of six educational webinars for NCAF during summer 2021

Benefits and Impact
• A 60-to-90-minute speaking engagement and Q&A session on an approved educational topic of interest
• Webinar registration management and hosting capacity for up to 500 attendees via Zoom
• Webinar announcement created by NCHL
• While NCAF is the target audience, the webinar series will be announced via email to the USCIPP, LENS, and NCAF member listservs and NCHL social media networks
• Webinar recording and presentation slides posted on the NCHL member portal for on-demand viewing by members
• Webinar attendee list with names, titles, and organizations (email addresses will be shared as well unless attendees opt out during the registration process)
• Practice webinar session and live facilitation assistance
• Post-webinar email communication to registrants

Audience
• The National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF) listserv includes 1,000 graduate students & professionals from US academic medical centers & health systems, including:
-Senior graduate health management departmental leaders and faculty
-Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
-Administrative fellowship program directors
-Administrative fellows
-And more

Cost
• $5,000 (one-time fee)

 

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Visibility and Engagement: Promote Your Original Thought Leadership and Discover Ours

Activities
• Distribution of an approved article/editorial content from your organization to the USCIPP, NCAF, and LENS member listservs
• Promotion of an approved article/editorial content from your organization on NCHL’s social media networks
• Access to all of NCHL’s monthly newsletters for one year (LENS Connection, LENS Executive Briefing, USCIPP Market Insights, NCAF newsletter)

Benefits and Impact
• Promotion of your organization’s approved article/editorial content to thousands of professionals participating in NCHL’s premier programs
• Stay up to date on the latest trends in healthcare leadership development, administrative fellowship programs, and international healthcare

 

Audience
• The US Cooperative for International Patient Programs (USCIPP) listserv includes 700+ international healthcare professionals at US academic medical centers and health systems, including:
-Presidents, vice presidents, senior directors, and other executives in international services
-International medical directors
-Senior leaders of global business development and strategy
-Senior leaders of international operations, finance, and marketing
-Telemedicine departmental leaders
-And more

• The Leadership Excellence Networks (LENS) listserv includes human resources, leadership development, and talent management professionals from US academic medical centers & health systems, including:
-Chief human resources officers and other human resources executives
-Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
-Chief wellness officers and other senior well-being executives
-Senior leaders in organizational effectiveness, learning, and leadership development
-Senior leaders in talent management/acquisition and workforce intelligence
-And more

• The National Council on Administrative Fellowships (NCAF) listserv includes 1,000 graduate students & professionals from US academic medical centers & health systems, including:
-Senior graduate health management departmental leaders and faculty
-Chief diversity & inclusion (D&I) officers and other D&I executives
-Administrative fellowship program directors
-Administrative fellows
-And more

Cost
• $7,500 (one-time fee)
Purchase NCHL Work Products: USCIPP International Healthcare Market Monitoring and Analysis

Activities
• License to access the USCIPP International Market Insights Dashboard
• Access to the USCIPP Monthly Market Insights Newsletter for one year

Benefits
• Monitor the latest international market developments in cross-border hospital collaborations and conduct market analysis with USCIPP’s International Market Insights Dashboard
• USCIPP’s custom-built Qlik Sense dashboard environment contains all of the latest news compiled from our ongoing international market research, country-specific economic information, healthcare data, and more
• The package includes USCIPP’s one-of-a-kind International Healthcare Collaborations Dashboard and Map, a proprietary database that provides users with an interactive representation and typology of all known international healthcare collaborations worldwide
• USCIPP’s Monthly Market Insights Newsletter series provides a broad understanding of the current international healthcare market
• Each newsletter provides recent updates on shifting international market dynamics, with a focus on new global collaborations, international travel trends, political and economic developments in key countries, international insurance news, developments in cross-border telemedicine and remote second opinions, and more

Cost
• $10,000 (annual fee)

 

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Purchase NCHL Work Products: USCIPP International Telemedicine & Remote Second Opinion Legal Due Diligence Reports

Activities
• Access to three USCIPP International Telemedicine & Remote Second Opinion Due Diligence Initiative country reports

Benefits
• USCIPP and its member hospitals developed a standardized matrix that is used to analyze the cross-border telemedicine and RSO legal/regulatory landscape of international markets
• The final deliverables address legal issues related to the provision of telemedicine and RSOs in specific countries
• The resultant documents are meant to inform and empower individual institutions’ business and legal teams to develop tailored models of care with appropriate legal documentation
• To date, USCIPP has commissioned legal due diligence reports for 24 international markets
• External entities may purchase these reports in packs of three countries of their choosing

Cost
• $10,000 (one-time fee)

 

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