The National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) is excited to announce our upcoming All-Member Conference, which will be held November 13-15, 2023 in Chicago. We will welcome more than 300 colleagues and industry partners from across all three of NCHL’s premier programs including LENS, NCAF, and USCIPP. Mark your calendar and stay tuned for more information. This event promises to be a dynamic and innovative event.
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The 2023 event will be hosted at Westin River North in downtown Chicago at 320 N Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60654.
This conference is a must-attend event for healthcare leaders who are committed to their own growth and the success of their organizations.
LEARN from industry experts and innovative peers. We will have a curated roster of top-tier speakers and thought leaders who will share their expertise and insights, providing you with valuable knowledge and strategies to take back to your organizations, unique and tailored to the NCHL program in which you participate.
COLLABORATE and connect with your peers from within and across NCHL’s three premier programs and industry influencers, building strong relationships that you can lean on for years to come.
Most importantly, this conference is designed to increase your capacity and efficacy as a healthcare leader. You will leave with a renewed sense of purpose and a clear roadmap for success and innovative solutions you can implement in your role. You will be inspired to LEAD with confidence, courage, and innovation as you face the challenges of an ever-evolving healthcare landscape in the US and abroad.
More engaging, relevant, actionable, and sophisticated content, tailored to each of NCHL’s program areas. A shell agenda and content themes will be shared in the coming weeks. NCHL will also release a call for content and speaker submissions in April.
Ample networking opportunities, including an evening reception and program-specific breakfasts for USCIPP, NCAF/GEHM, and LENS.
Richer, evidence-based content with an increase in the number of offered sessions, allowing you to bring multiple team members from your organization and attend different sessions concurrently.
Varied formats for content sessions, including longer intensives, interactive sessions, short mini-sessions, evidence-based breakouts, and poster sessions.
The voices of our members from each of NCHL’s premier programs will be amplified through our event planning committee. This committee is comprised program member representatives who will help guide the development of the event.