The New Mexico Chapters of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) are proud to announce our joint 2017 fall conference! We have designed our agenda to address many pressing and timely issues affecting healthcare in New Mexico. This is an opportunity no healthcare professional should pass up.
Please join us on October 5th and 6th and give yourself the gift of two days without interruptions to network with peers and learn about healthcare issues and updates in New Mexico. Our conference is also scheduled to occur the two days before the start of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, which begins on October 7th.
Room's/Hotel @ the Sheraton uptown. Group rates apply while rooms last.
Thursday, October 5th
- Washington Legislative and Regulatory Update
- Centennial Care Update
- Behavioral Health/Opioid Addiction Panel
- Telemedicine Panel
- Payor Panel
Friday, October 6th
- CEO Panel
- New Mexico Legislative and Regulatory Update
- A New Era in Collections: Patients are the New Payor!
- Population Health and Value Based Purchasing
- HITRUST Common Security Framework
- Interoperability Panel
Earn up to 13 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) during this conference!
Enjoy a lunch session on Thursday with Raul Torrez, Bernalillo County District Attorney, to support our session on Behavioral Health and Opioid Addiction in NM.
Confirmed - Dr. Nowicki, Dr. Stanley and Patricia Montoya.
ACHE - 7.5 Face-to-Face credits as well as general education credits.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this program, participants will:
•Be able to apply strategies to thrive in the midst of adversity
•Be able to describe trends shaping the future of healthcare and how to prepare for these changes, including recent Federal regulatory changes
•Receive input directly from New Mexico payors on changes affecting reimbursement in New Mexico
•Obtain an overview of the Behavioral Health environment in New Mexico
•Understand cyber-security risks affecting businesses and other information technology best practices
•Obtain updates on healthcare reform in the United States
•Obtain an overview of the Behavioral Health environment in New Mexico and the possibilities for integrated medical/ behavioral care management
•Learn about current Interoperability landscape/issues in New Mexico and the region, prerequisites for delivering on promise of Interoperability and lessons learned from “real world” case studies.
Pre-requisites: This program is appropriate for physician leaders and healthcare professionals with experience and knowledge level comparable to CEOs, CFOs, CNO’s, Controllers, Revenue Cycle Directors, Healthcare Consultants, and other similar positions.
Program Level: Intermediate
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Live Seminar
CPE Credit: Upon verification of participant attendance, this program will be eligible for up to fourteen (14) credits in various fields of study. Credits may vary depending on state guidelines.
ACHE Category I Credit: Upon verification of participant attendance, this program will be eligible for ACHE Category I credits Credit may vary depending on ACHE guidelines.
Registration: See the detailed registration instructions on the NM HFMA website at www.nmhfma.org or the NMHE website at http://www.nmhe.org/.