Register through May 16 for HAP Leadership Summit—Includes CEO Panel on Health Care Transformation
May 15, 2018
HAP’s Annual Leadership Summit is scheduled for May 21–22 at the Hilton in Harrisburg.
On May 22, a CEO panel from Pennsylvania will provide rapid-fire perspective on what advancing health care in Pennsylvania means for patients, employers, and communities. The panel will include:
- Daniel Hilferty, president and CEO, Independence Blue Cross
- Diane Holder, president and CEO, UPMC Health Plan
- Ralph Muller, CEO, University of Pennsylvania Health System
The panel will be moderated by Estelle Richman, former Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare. The format—loosely based on ESPN’s “Pardon the Interruption”—will challenge your thinking on what transformation means.
A preconference opioid workshop the afternoon of May 21 will include presentations by member hospitals on strategies to address the opioid crisis in their communities, as well as remarks by Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine.
Other summit events include:
- The opening reception and national political speaker—Charlie Cook, founder of the Cook Political Report—who will be talking about why Pennsylvania is at the epicenter of the national political landscape
- Rick Pollack, president and CEO, American Hospital Association, providing an insider’s look at health care issues in Washington, D.C.
- Andy Carter, HAP’s president and CEO, talking about how HAP is empowering its members to be advocates as the political, consumer, and health care worlds transform
- A session on disruption and how Amazon, Google, and Apple are planning to change the face of health care
- A closing luncheon recognizing the 2018 HAP Achievement Awards and a speaker who will inspire individuals to challenge what one can do when committed to unburying their life
It is not too late to register (the deadline has been extended through May 16) and join health care leaders from across the state to network, visit with sponsors, and learn about how the political landscape will be impacting health care and how leaders approach transformation.
For more information, contact Emily Lewis, HAP’s Education Program Manager.