The ASHHRA conference is the annual conference organized by the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA), a professional association for human resources professionals working in the healthcare industry. The conference allows healthcare HR professionals to gather to learn about the latest trends, share best practices, network with peers, and gain professional development opportunities. ASHHRA features keynote speakers, educational sessions, vendor exhibits, and networking events.
ASHHRA is headed to the Queen City, Charlotte, NC, from Sunday, April 23 to Tuesday, April 25, 2023.
As we count down to the event, it’s important to make a plan to make the most of your time at the ASHHRA conference.
Sunday, April 23
Load-In, Learning Sessions, and Welcome Reception
Sunday is the first opportunity to dive into learning sessions before the Welcome Reception.
Learning sessions include:
Monday, April 24
Opening Ceremony & Keynote, Exhibit Hall, Thought Leader Forum, and Learning Sessions
In the Opening Ceremony & Keynote, Steve Cadigan, Talent Strategist, and Company Culture Expert will share an opening session on “The Future of Work.” In this session, Steve Cadigan will review the significant changes taking place in the world of work and what it means to us as healthcare professionals, leaders, and organizations. This session will inspire new ideas and ways of thinking for professionals and organizations and offer ideas and suggestions for optimizing for future success.
The Exhibit Hall will be open Monday and Tuesday and will offer opportunities for more than 100 exhibitors; attendees will have the opportunity for face-to-face connection with HR directors, administrators, vice presidents, and CEOs of the nation’s healthcare organizations.
Thought Leader Forum
Stephen Lance of Hinge Health will share a presentation on “How Human Resources is Driving the Evolution of Digital Health.”
Key objectives of the forum include:
- Learn how employers outside of healthcare are evaluating and integrating digital solutions into their employee benefits plans
- Discuss why clinicians are looking beyond telehealth for the next wave of digital health innovation
- Discover the common objectives of patient engagement, clinical outcomes, and cost savings driving groundbreaking collaborations among health system HR and clinical leadership teams.
Learning Sessions for Monday Afternoon:
Tuesday, April 25
Connection Keynote, Learning Sessions, Exhibit Hall, and Learning Sessions
In the Connection Keynote, Dr. Alisahah Jackson, M.D. will share a connection keynote on “Enhancing the Health For Every Community.” Dr. Jackson will share ways that social drivers impact health equity, identify various strategies to address health disparities and focus on how community engagement can serve as an accelerator for health justice.
Key objectives of this keynote include:
- Recognize social drivers’ impact on health equity.
- Identify individual and organizational strategies for addressing health disparities.
- Discuss community engagement to accelerate health justice.
Learning Sessions for Tuesday Include:
Reflection & Post-Event Debrief
Reflecting during and after ASHHRA can help maximize your experience and bring valuable insights and ideas to your organization.
Journaling | Sit down and write about your experiences at the conference. What sessions did you attend? What did you learn? What were your favorite moments? What surprised you? Writing down your thoughts and reflections can help you process your experience and identify what you gained from attending the conference.
Networking | Connect with other attendees from the conference and discuss your experiences. This can be a great way to get a different perspective on the sessions you attended and to share what you learned with others.
Debriefing | If you attended the conference with colleagues or teammates, set aside time to debrief with them. Discuss what you learned, what you found most valuable, and what you plan to bring back to your organization.
Set goals for yourself and your organization based on what you learned at the conference. What changes do you want to make? Setting goals can help you put your newfound knowledge and inspiration into action.
Follow-up | Remember to follow up with any speakers, vendors, or other attendees you met at the conference. Send a thank-you note or an email to continue the conversation and build relationships.
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- We're sponsoring lunch on Monday, April 24!