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2017 Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers 23rd Annual Region IX Leadership Conference

  • Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront 600 Airport Boulevard Burlingame, CA, 94010 United States (map)

The Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers is pleased to present the 2017 Region IX Leadership Conference.  Join key healthcare leadership from non-clinical and clinical positions from across four states to develop their knowledge in today’s changing healthcare arena.

With education sessions geared towards health center leadership, these top level health center executives, directors, and other management convene each year to use this annual event to network and discover new opportunities in all areas of primary healthcare.

Hilton San Francisco Airport Bayfront
600 Airport Boulevard
Burlingame, CA 94010

Room rate: $169.00
The limited room block will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis.

Book your rooms at the conference rate listed below by April 7, 2017:

Register online :

Register by phone: 1-800-445-8667 Reference Group Name: 23rd Annual Conference

Registration Fees (per registrant)

AACHC Member Pricing
Full Conference – Early Bird: $650
Full Conference: $750 (after April 3, 2017)
One Conference Day: $400

Non-Member Pricing
Full Conference – Early Bird: $700
Full conference: $800 (after April 3, 2017)
Monday and Tuesday: $500

Speaker Pricing
One Conference Day: $300

Special Session: New NACHC CMO Training
The NACHC CMO Training will be April 29-30, 2017
New CMO Training: $250
New CMO Training and full conference: $800
No Refunds after April 3, 2017

For Questions Please contact: Brenda Cardenas | 602-218-3919

NACHC New CMO Training:
New to your role as Medical/Clinical Direc­tor of your health cen­ter? Train­ing for New Med­ical Direc­tors is a foun­da­tional and essen­tial build­ing block in your career devel­op­ment as a health cen­ter Medical/Clinical Direc­tor. This train­ing pro­vides the core knowl­edge and com­pe­ten­cies that all health cen­ter Medical/Clinical Direc­tors need to func­tion as effec­tive man­agers, lead­ers, and advo­cates for their cen­ters and com­mu­ni­ties. In addi­tion to pro­vid­ing con­tex­tual knowl­edge regard­ing the his­tory, polit­i­cal evo­lu­tion, reg­u­la­tory expec­ta­tions, and ter­mi­nol­ogy of the health cen­ter move­ment, course con­tent focuses on devel­op­ing com­pe­tency in evolv­ing health­care issues such as the patient-centered med­ical home, elec­tronic health records, and mean­ing­ful use. The course for­mat includes didac­tic learn­ing, small group case stud­ies, and net­work­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties. These com­po­nents are inter-connected and come together to pro­vide you with a high-quality and com­pre­hen­sive train­ing. As such, your par­tic­i­pa­tion in the entire train­ing is required. Chief Dental Officers and Dental Directors are also welcome to participate.

Dis­cus­sion Top­ics:

„ His­tory of Health Cen­ters and the National Health Ser­vice Corps
„ Per­for­mance Eval­u­a­tion: Review and Accred­i­ta­tion
„ Fund­ing Sources and Reg­u­la­tory Expec­ta­tions
„ Deliv­ery Mod­els and Sup­port­ing Orga­ni­za­tions
„ Fed­eral Tort Claims Act and Risk Man­age­ment
„ The Role of the Medical/Clinical Direc­tor
„ Qual­ity Man­age­ment, Patient-Centered Med­ical Home, and Mean­ing­ful Use