Check out these upcoming healthcare conferences and events that are happening in Q3 this year.
AHA Leadership Summit
Date: July 28-29
This virtual conference features senior health care executives, clinicians and experts in the field presenting high level, transformational strategies, and innovative approaches for achieving sustainability while delivering greater value and health equity through operational excellence, creative partnerships, and redefined delivery models.
National Wellness Conference
Date: July 28-29
Location: Indianapolis or Virtually
The National Wellness Conference brings together a myriad of professional leaders from worksites, communities, public health organizations, healthcare, colleges/universities, faith communities, and consulting to learn, connect, and grow. Collectively, bringing together the worldwide voice of the wellness community.
HIMSS Global health Conference 2021
Date: August 9-13
Location: Las Vegas and Virtual
HIMSS21 will feature various highly vetted education sessions on 17 topics – available for continuing education credits. At the event you will hear the most prominent speakers who will motivate you to be the change through innovative ideas, insights, and inspirational perspectives. Hear stories from high-ranking leaders in a variety of industries in top-level, strategic education sessions on the main stage. Discover new perspectives during a private gathering of healthcare provider senior executives.
SHIEC Annual Conference
Date: August 15-18
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
The SHIEC community and other health IT, public health, and healthcare colleagues will get together for education, sharing, and networking. The theme this year is The Role of Health Information Exchange: Innovation in Public Health, Partnerships, and Pandemic Response.
National Telemedicine Summit
Date: September 13-14
Location: Miami, FL
This event will feature a high-level forum with knowledgeable leaders and executives from the nation's leading Hospitals and Health Systems. Individuals will share their perspectives, valuable insights and expertise on how to be best equipped for the rapidly evolving and exciting landscape of telehealth. This exclusive event targets senior level executives to maximize educational and networking opportunities.
Modern Healthcare: The Workplace of the Future
Date: September 16
As the industry undergoes transformative change that affects how care is delivered and paid for, healthcare workplaces and organizational cultures are being forced to shift as well.
At the Workplace of the Future Event, learn from the industry leaders about how they are implementing innovative ideas and shepherding healthcare into a new era.
AHIMA21 Virtual Conference
Date: September 20-22
Healthcare data is now everywhere. We wear it on our wrists, collect it on our phones, and engage with it in our homes and workplaces. AHIMA is the leading voice of health information. This virtual seminar outlines the challenges and opportunities around making information patient centric, secure, and accessible. Touching over one BILLION patient records yearly, this event will forecast where healthcare information will move next.
Date: September 27-30
Location: Washington DC, Minneapolis and Virtual
The MedTech Conference will beheld virtually with option in person. The hybrid structure combines the benefits of in-person and virtual events, with manageable face-to-face gatherings that tap into the unique opportunities presented by two host cities, and a digital component that facilitates global participation.
Modern Healthcare Leadership Symposium
Date: September 28-30
Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Modern Healthcare’s annual Leadership Symposium focuses on sharing solutions for today’s complex healthcare challenges and strategies to move the industry forward.
This symposium offers a comprehensive look into strategies for revenue growth and financial recovery, advancing health equity, as well as today’s most critical healthcare issues.
Qualifying attendees include executives from hospitals, health systems, insurers, and associations.