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November 5, 2024

Chief Nursing Institute

The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando, FL

Strategies, Insights, and Connections to Advance the Practice of Nursing
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INSTITUTE ATTENDEES

Bringing Nursing Professionals Together to Share Best Practices.

75
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20
Speakers
15
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INSTITUTE FOCUS

Strategies, Insights, and Connections to Advance the Practice of Nursing

As patient populations continue to rise, as the players in the health care industry become increasingly more complex, and as the reimbursement environment has grown more difficult to manage, health systems are experiencing an increasing number of limitations. Staff shortages and burnout, disparate patient data, meeting evolving patient / consumer expectations, financial sustainability, changing demographics, growing public debt, socio-economic inequities in the delivery of care, and a rapidly changing digital environment are all challenging health systems who are being forced to adapt in order to compete, or even survive. 

While disruptive innovations such as the rapid adoption of virtual health visits as well as the emergence of new delivery mechanisms and sites hold the promise of transformation in a traditionally slow-moving industry, to take on transformation requires courage, boldness, risk-taking, and creative thinking.

In navigating the complex landscape of healthcare leadership, Chief Nurse Executives (CNEs) and Chief Nursing Officers (CNOs) find themselves at the nexus of patient care excellence and organizational sustainability.  As leaders of a large proportion of health system employees, they are at the forefront of engaging frontline staff and representing them in interactions with the C-Suite.  As nurses have continued to leave the profession in large numbers, Executive Nurse Leaders are having to leverage their unique skill set – the combination of clinical knowledge, analytical skills, creativity, negotiation skills, and empathy – to advocate for their workforce, build sustainable leadership development and succession planning programs, ensure best quality patient care, manage health systems’ financial priorities, and effectively lead change.

We have an incredible program lined up for this Fall and are very excited to have you join this intimate gathering of Executive Nurse Leaders from across the country for a few days of information exchange and networking.  Interactive Panels, Think Tank Sessions, Case Studies, and 1:1 Business Meetings will allow CNEs and CNOs to explore and discuss creative ways to meet these multi-faceted challenges. 

Click on the agenda to view the content in more detail; we look forward to seeing you in early November in Orlando! 

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Vice President, Nursing Professional Development, Magnet and Research
Geisinger
DNP, RN, NEA-BC, EBP-C, FACHE, USAF Col (retired)
SVP and Chief Nurse Executive
Summa Health (OH)
BSN, MSN, MBA, Ph. D.
System Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer
Ochsner Health
Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President, Patient Care Services
Henry Ford Health (West Bloomfield)
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SPEAKER FACULTY

Insights from Thought Leaders, Sharing Initiatives Launched, Best Practices Employed, and Lessons Learned.

Institute speakers are experienced practitioners and executives from a variety of organizations who provide expertise and share experiences to advance the objectives of their functional areas and organizations.
System Director, Evidence-Based Practice
Summa Health
Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
Vice President, Nursing Professional Development, Magnet and Research
Geisinger
Former Executive Chief Nursing Officer
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
SVP and Chief Nurse Executive
Summa Health (OH)
AVP, Workforce Optimization and Redesign
Orlando Health
Senior Vice President, Chief Digital and Information Officer
Orlando Health
System Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer
Ochsner Health
VP, Pharmacy Services
Memorial Hermann Health System (TX)
Vice President, Pharmacy
Novant Health (NC)
Healthcare Legal Executive
Chief Nursing Officer and Vice President, Patient Care Services
Henry Ford Health (West Bloomfield)
Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive
Mercy
System Chief Wellness Officer
NYC Health + Hospitals (NY)
Senior Vice President and Chief Nurse Executive
Memorial Hermann Health System
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Wide-Ranging Expertise from Renowned Industry Leaders and Innovative Game Changers.

Partnerships with leading Service Providers allows us to provide executives with cutting-edge thinking and research, thoughtful solutions and depth of knowledge and expertise.
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November
3
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November 5, 2024

Chief Nursing Institute

The Ritz-Carlton, Orlando, FL

4012 Central Florida Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32837, United States
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