There will be 28 CE credits available when the American College of Health Care Administrators holds its 2021 convocation and expo over two weeks in April. Including among the loaded agenda from April 13-27 will be live events on three Tuesdays in a row.
A highlight will be a panel presentation “Lessons learned from the COVID-19 Battlefront,” featuring six administrative and clinical leaders, including the administrator at the site of the original coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. in Kirkland, WA, and an administrator who successfully managed through contracting the virus herself.
Jan McInnis, a former national marketing executive, will present the keynote address, “Finding the Funny in Change,” at 10 a.m. ET on April 13. She has spoken nationally for more than 25 years as “The Work Lady” and will offer practical tips to managing working relationships and situations.
A virtual networking lunch will take place at 1:30 p.m. ET April 20, while a member forum will be held at 1 p.m. ET on April 27. In between will be a full schedule of breakout education sessions.
Registration is ongoing, with rates ranging from $149 for college and AIT up to just $299 for non-members. Registration will take place into April but fees will not be refundable after March 3. For more information or to register, check out this site.