JOIN US AT THE 2020 AHCAP EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE

Our theme, Together Toward Tomorrow, will focus on how we can grow together and unite as a community of administrative professionals to face the ever-changing landscape of healthcare administration. Attendees will learn how to be leaders in their own right and make valuable interpersonal connections, so that they may insulate themselves from disruption.

The conference registration fee includes the cost of attendance at all general and concurrent sessions, social functions and planned meals. The Pre-conference Workshop is included with the conference fee, but registration is required. A Night at the Ballpark is at an additional cost.
 
Full Conference Registration Early Registration
(by June 30)
Regular Registration
(After July 1)
Full Conference Registration (AHCAP Member) $599 $699
Full Conference Registration (Non-Member) *includes 1 year of membership $799 $899
 
Optional Events Member and Guests (limited tickets available)
Optional Event – Baltimore Orioles Game (see details in the agenda) $45

In order to qualify for the EARLY rates, completed registration forms and payment must be received or postmarked no later than Tuesday, June 30th. All registrations must be received no later than Monday, August 3rd. After Tuesday, August 4th, all registrations must be made on-site.



If you do not wish to register online, you may download this registration form and submit it by regular mail. Please note that no registration will be processed without proper payment accompanying the registration form. After your registration form has been processed, AHCAP Headquarters will send you a confirmation email. If you have any questions regarding the registration process, please call (888) 320-0808 or (502) 574-9040.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

AHCAP is pleased to announce that two (2) Conference Scholarships are available for the 2020 AHCAP Educational Conference to help with expenses. All applicants must meet the eligibility criteria listed on the application in order to qualify. Two (2) $300 scholarships will be awarded to be used at the recipients' discretion. The deadline for submission is June 1st and notification will be made by June 10th. Click here to download the writable scholarship application.

GUEST FEES

Guest fees for meals and social functions are offered as accommodation for adult guests accompanying registered conference participants. Reservations must be made in advance for each function and the appropriate charges should be included in the payment that accompanies your registration form. If a guest wishes to attend the general or concurrent sessions, they must purchase a full conference registration at the appropriate member or non-member rate.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations submitted in writing to AHCAP Headquarters by Friday, July 24th will be refunded, less a $75 processing fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after this date. All refunds will be processed after the conference. “No-shows” will be charged at the full conference rate.

AGENDA

TUESDAY, AUGUST 4TH
1:00 pm – 7:00 pm State Hospital Association Meeting followed by Dinner (by invitation only)

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5TH
10:00 am – 11:30 am Pre-Conference Workshop - Microsoft Session To Be Determined
11:30 am – 12:45 pm Kickoff Lunch/Business Meeting
12:50 pm – 1:50 pm Opening General SessionThe Admin’s Guide to Leading Without Rank
Sandy Geroux, WOWplace International, LLC
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Network & Connect
3:15 pm – 4:15 pm Concurrent Sessions
Networking for Administrative Professionals
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
Leadership Bingo™
Sandy Geroux, WOWplace International, LLC
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions
Networking for Administrative Professionals
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
Leadership Bingo™
Sandy Geroux, WOWplace International, LLC
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm New Member Reception (by invitation only)
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Member Appreciation Dinner Party

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6TH
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast and Food for Thought Sponsored Presentations
9:15 am – 10:15 am General SessionThe Ever-Changing Political Environment
Christian Soura, South Carolina Hospital Association
10:30 am – 11:30 am Concurrent Sessions
Proactively Preparing for the Unexpected Job Search
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
Communication Savvy: How Your Communication Creates a Lasting Impression
Cathleen Hanson, The International School of Protocol
11:30 am – 12:45 pm Networking Lunch
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
Proactively Preparing for the Unexpected Job Search
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
Communication Savvy: How Your Communication Creates a Lasting Impression
Cathleen Hanson, The International School of Protocol
2:15 pm – 3:15 pm General SessionMicrosoft Session To Be Determined
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Optional Event - A Night at the Ballpark (additional cost; see details below)

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7TH
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast and Learn with AHCAP Members
Presented by Elisha DeNeal, Mary Washington Healthcare; Josh Russell, Washington State Hospital Association; Tina Turgeon, Southern Maine Health Care
9:00 am – 10:00 am General SessionMicrosoft Session To Be Determined
10:05 am – 11:05 am Closing General SessionPerfecting Imperfection
Presented by Lisa Baldino, Turn of Phrase LLC
11:05 am – 11:30 am Closing Remarks and 2021 Conference Announcement
10:00 am – 11:30 am Pre-Conference Workshop - Microsoft Session To Be Determined
11:30 am – 12:45 pm Kickoff Lunch/Business Meeting
Join us to kick off the 2020 Educational Conference and recognize the new members of the association joining us in Baltimore, as well as the leadership.
12:50 pm – 1:50 pm Network & Connect
Meet your fellow AHCAP members and enjoy time connecting and finding similarities with everyone. This is a great opportunity to meet new members and leadership.
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Opening General Session - The Admin’s Guide to Leading Without Rank
Sandy Geroux, WOWplace International, LLC
Congratulations! You have been asked to serve on or lead a team at work. You have responsibility and deliverables, but no real organizational authority. Now what? Since the title was invented, administrative professionals have been vested with great power and unofficial leadership. Join Sandy as she shares informal leadership processes that: allow you to lead without rank up down and across the organization; capitalize on that power; gain greater visibility in your company’s culture; unlock tremendous leadership abilities by using relationships, feedback and team-building skills; and use indirect influence to persuade others to act…without ever issuing a directive.
3:15 pm – 4:15 pm Concurrent Sessions
Networking for Administrative Professionals
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
The ability to establish and grow a network is critical to professional success throughout your career. Networking is for much more than a job search and it’s not just for executives schmoozing at a cocktail party. In fact, the genuine connections you make as an admin mean the difference between the satisfaction of getting your job done and spinning your wheels. This workshop focuses on best practices, including tips on how to create and leverage your network within your organization and externally, doing it online and face-to-face. We’ll also discuss strategies on overcoming small talk stress. We’ll define the elevator speech and help you start building yours. Audience members also will practice face-to-face networking skills through “speed dating” and ice breakers. The goal is to help you be more comfortable with the networking process and purpose.

Leadership Bingo™
Sandy Geroux, WOWplace International, LLC
Whether titled or untitled, your success depends on your ability to objectively assess and evolve your leadership style, behaviors and consistency to meet the demands of an ever-changing workforce. Join Sandy for this fast-paced, interactive, enlightening and FUN session, where you will play a round of her proprietary leadership assessment tool, Leadership Bingo™, to help you quickly identify your strengths, as well as any gaps or “blind spots” that may exist in your leadership skill set. You will receive 25+ ideas on a Bingo card you can take with you to remind yourself of what you should do every day.
4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions
Networking for Administrative Professionals
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
The ability to establish and grow a network is critical to professional success throughout your career. Networking is for much more than a job search and it’s not just for executives schmoozing at a cocktail party. In fact, the genuine connections you make as an admin mean the difference between the satisfaction of getting your job done and spinning your wheels. This workshop focuses on best practices, including tips on how to create and leverage your network within your organization and externally, doing it online and face-to-face. We’ll also discuss strategies on overcoming small talk stress. We’ll define the elevator speech and help you start building yours. Audience members also will practice face-to-face networking skills through “speed dating” and ice breakers. The goal is to help you be more comfortable with the networking process and purpose.

Leadership Bingo™
Sandy Geroux, WOWplace International, LLC
Whether titled or untitled, your success depends on your ability to objectively assess and evolve your leadership style, behaviors and consistency to meet the demands of an ever-changing workforce. Join Sandy for this fast-paced, interactive, enlightening and FUN session, where you will play a round of her proprietary leadership assessment tool, Leadership Bingo™, to help you quickly identify your strengths, as well as any gaps or “blind spots” that may exist in your leadership skill set. You will receive 25+ ideas on a Bingo card you can take with you to remind yourself of what you should do every day.
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm New Member Reception (by invitation only)
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Member Appreciation Dinner Party
Gather with your fellow AHCAP members, guests and leadership to celebrate 31 years of AHCAP Conferences.
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast & Food for Thought Sponsored Presentations
9:15 am – 10:15 am General Session - The Ever-Changing Political Environment
Christian Soura, South Carolina Hospital Association
The world of politics is always challenging, but especially so when it comes to healthcare. From the Affordable Care Act and Transparency in Coverage to the 2020 presidential elections, what does the future of healthcare have in store? And how will this ever-changing environment affect each of us on a daily basis? Christian will help us explore the current state of healthcare and the impact of the political environment.
10:30 am – 11:30 am Concurrent Sessions
Proactively Preparing for the Unexpected Job Search
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
Administrative professionals must proactively manage their careers to be ready for an unexpected job search that might happen for any number of reasons. You need to answer questions like: If your boss leaves the company, what happens to you? In the face of organizational changes, how do you ensure your company wants to keep you? What do you do if a recruiter reaches out because they’ve seen your LinkedIn profile? Even if you aren’t actively searching, you should be ready to discuss new opportunities. There may be an unknown dream job waiting! Get practical advice from a veteran admin who has successfully survived the uncertainty of the executive turnover merry-go-round. The key to success is investing time on a regular basis to have tools in place, including a robust professional social media presence, an updated resume and career portfolio detailing key accomplishments, and knowing how to write a targeted cover letter. The admin who consistently prepares to present their career achievements will be able to confidently position themselves for the future.

Communication Savvy: How Your Communication Creates a Lasting Impression
Cathleen Hanson, The International School of Protocol
For years, social and communication experts have talked about the positive impact of clear and appropriate communication. Recent surveys of employers consistently point to the importance of good communication for career success. Join Cathleen in this interactive, entertaining and useful presentation about how to maximize positive impressions through verbal, nonverbal and written correspondence. In this workshop, participants will learn: tools to improve listening effectiveness; the formula for professional greetings and conversations; how to create emails that are professional, memorable and impactful; protocols for email correspondence; telephone etiquette; how to write thank-you notes that are useful and appropriate and gain confidence in phone interactions.
11:30 am – 12:45 pm Networking Lunch
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
Proactively Preparing for the Unexpected Job Search
Katherine Margard, OhioHealth
Administrative professionals must proactively manage their careers to be ready for an unexpected job search that might happen for any number of reasons. You need to answer questions like: If your boss leaves the company, what happens to you? In the face of organizational changes, how do you ensure your company wants to keep you? What do you do if a recruiter reaches out because they’ve seen your LinkedIn profile? Even if you aren’t actively searching, you should be ready to discuss new opportunities. There may be an unknown dream job waiting! Get practical advice from a veteran admin who has successfully survived the uncertainty of the executive turnover merry-go-round. The key to success is investing time on a regular basis to have tools in place, including a robust professional social media presence, an updated resume and career portfolio detailing key accomplishments, and knowing how to write a targeted cover letter. The admin who consistently prepares to present their career achievements will be able to confidently position themselves for the future.

Communication Savvy: How Your Communication Creates a Lasting Impression
Cathleen Hanson, The International School of Protocol
For years, social and communication experts have talked about the positive impact of clear and appropriate communication. Recent surveys of employers consistently point to the importance of good communication for career success. Join Cathleen in this interactive, entertaining and useful presentation about how to maximize positive impressions through verbal, nonverbal and written correspondence. In this workshop, participants will learn: tools to improve listening effectiveness; the formula for professional greetings and conversations; how to create emails that are professional, memorable and impactful; protocols for email correspondence; telephone etiquette; how to write thank-you notes that are useful and appropriate and gain confidence in phone interactions.
2:15 pm – 3:15 pm General Session - Microsoft Session To Be Determined
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Optional Event - A Night at the Ballpark ($45 per person)
Experience one of Oriole Park At Camden Yards' best values in the Left Field Club All-Inclusive Picnic Perch! AHCAP members will gather at the hotel before the game and take a 10 minute walk to the stadium to see the Baltimore Orioles take on the Boston Red Sox. Each ticket includes:
  • Access to the exclusive Club Level 
  • A Left Field Club seat in Section 284 
  • Unlimited select food offerings* (through the 7th inning or 3 hours after the scheduled first pitch, whichever comes first)
*Alcohol is NOT included in the offer, but is available for those 21 and over

Space is limited so register today!
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast and Learn with AHCAP Members
Presented by Elisha DeNeal, Mary Washington Healthcare; Josh Russell, Washington State Hospital Association; Tina Turgeon, cHAP, Southern Maine Health Care
In this open forum, a diverse panel from a healthcare facility, a health system and a state hospital association will lead this session to discuss a mixture of tips and topics.
9:00 am – 10:00 am General Session - Microsoft Session To Be Determined
10:05 am – 11:05 am Closing General Session - Perfecting Imperfection
Presented by Lisa Baldino, Turn of Phrase LLC
"Perfecting Imperfection" is a candid, humorous and passionate look at time management, self-confidence, personal growth and making a difference. Audiences will be smiling from the openness and inspired by the tenacity of this presentation. They won't get 10 tips for time management, but they will be encouraged to get off the clock and into their authentic selves. Coming from a presenter who has an incurable, progressive disease that literally slows down movement, you can be sure time management is important. We can win at time management when we learn to move from perfectionism to authenticism, feel comfortable saying no, and know when to ask for help. We become grateful, happy people who can and want to take time to make a difference in other people's lives. This, in turn, helps us to feel good about ourselves. It’s the perfect circle!
11:05 am – 11:30 am Closing Remarks and 2021 Conference Announcement
Lisa Baldino
Turn of Phrase LLCLisa Baldino
A professional writer and strategic marketer, Lisa Baldino created her own business niche by meeting the writing needs of small to mid-sized companies. Turn of Phrase, founded in 2011, combines Lisa’s expertise in both written and spoken words to serve clients in a variety of industries. After graduating with a BA degree in speech communication and journalism from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Lisa launched her career managing high-profile accounts at Pittsburgh and New York agencies. She worked for 12 years in corporate communications and marketing at Sony Electronics in New Jersey and became a freelance writer after moving to Maryland in 2002.
 
She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease at age 44, when her children were ages 4 and 7. Four years later, she fought breast cancer. From these, she has risen to the special challenges of her everyday life. Refusing to let obstacles become roadblocks, she strives to help others overcome their own social and emotional obstacles. She aspires to make a difference in the lives of others by demonstrating positivity and authenticity. Lisa is an active member of the boards of directors for the Chesapeake Professional Women’s Network (CPWN) and Rally Against Parkinson’s – Harford Inc. She is also the chairperson of the University of Maryland ‘s annual “Within Our Reach” Parkinson’s symposium.
Elisha DeNealElisha DeNeal
Mary Washington Healthcare
Elisha DeNeal is the Executive & Administrative Support Manager to the SVP & Chief Information Officer at Mary Washington Hospital in Virginia. Elisha is also the President-Elect of the AHCAP Board of Directors and has been in the field of Administration for over 30 years.
 
Previously, Elisha worked for Advanced Technologies and The Nature Conservancy, but in 1991 healthcare stole her heart when she began working as the Executive Assistant to the President of Mary Washington Hospital. Singing is her passion and she is a proud daughter, sister, wife, mother and Nana!
Sandy GerouxSandy Geroux
WOWplace International, LLC 
International speaker, trainer and author Sandy Geroux has more than 30 years of administrative, business and leadership experience. Since 2000, she has conducted over 125 motivational keynotes, training programs and workshops for 15,000+ administrative professionals, helping them become “invaluable,” create career opportunities and achieve their personal and professional dreams. Her clients include industry associations, Fortune 500 companies and U.S. government agencies.
 
Author of three books, Sandy is a contributor to business publications, including Entrepreneur, ASAP and Executive Secretary magazine. She is also the recipient of sales, professional and community service awards. She has served in leadership roles for the National Speakers Association’s Central Florida Chapter and two Central Florida children’s charities.
 
Sandy combines corporate, entrepreneurial, entertainment and training experience and her programs overflow with practical ideas and tips to help attendees succeed. Her dynamic speaking style has been described as enthusiastic, energetic and extremely motivating!
Cathleen HansonCathleen Hanson
The International School of Protocol
Cathleen Hanson is co-director and founder of The International School of Protocol, a leader in providing training and consultation services to those who want to enhance their interpersonal skills and personal effectiveness in business and social relationships. Cathleen Hanson provides workshops to business executives, corporations, politicians, groups, schools and colleges and has appeared on radio and television talk shows.
 
Prior to founding The International School of Protocol, Cathleen Hanson was a university professor of communication, teaching courses in the area of public speaking, business communication, group communication, and nonverbal communication. As a fully engaging top-notch presenter, her emphasis is on what she considers to be skills for life. Ms. Hanson holds a Masters in Communication Theory and Research, is a founding partner of Road to Success: Career Development Program, and is co-developer of Blind and Socially Savvy. She volunteers with inmates in correctional facilities as a facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project.
Katherine MargardKatherine Margard
OhioHealth
Katherine Margard is an executive assistant to the executive vice president and chief operating officer at OhioHealth, one of the largest healthcare systems in Ohio. She is a passionate advocate for promoting the administrative profession as a viable, meaningful and valuable career choice. She has established and helped grow administrative networking groups at OhioHealth and The Ohio State University.
 
Katherine has been a featured speaker for several organizations and conferences, including APC Canada, the Ohio Hospital Association’s Executive Assistant network event, OSU Administrative Professionals, OhioHealth’s Administrative Professionals Business Resource Group, and Case Western Reserve University’s administrative network. She enjoys mentoring other administrative professionals and is a master at sniffing out free high-quality professional development resources.
Josh RussellJosh Russell
Washington State Hospital Association
Josh Russell is the Executive Assistant to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Cassie Sauer, at the Washington State Hospital Association WSHA. WSHA represents all the hospitals in Washington State and works to improve the delivery, quality, accessibility, and affordability of health care.

Josh has primary responsibility for supporting the CEO with member engagement in WSHA’s work and achievement of strategic goals. He is also the primary liaison to member executives’ assistants. In addition, he provides assistance to WSHA’s Senior Leadership Team, various safety and quality initiatives, national advocacy days, and member database management.

Josh has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education with an emphasis in Sociology from San Diego State University. He formerly was the Executive Assistant to the President and Chief Executive Officer at the Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. and served in the Peace Corps as an Early Childhood Development teacher trainer in the mountain kingdom of Lesotho (Khotso, Pula, Nala).
Christian SouraChristian Soura
South Carolina Hospital Association
Christian L. Soura is Vice President of Policy and Finance at the South Carolina Hospital Association. He previously led the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and was President of the National Association of Medicaid Directors. Earlier, he was Deputy Chief of Staff for Governor Nikki Haley, with responsibility for the state’s Executive Budget and the administration’s policy initiatives.
 
A Philadelphia native, Christian is also a former Secretary of Administration for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He holds graduate degrees from Penn State and the University of Illinois. Christian is also the Chairman of the Nurse-Family Partnership’s board of directors and has held leadership roles in a variety of civic and professional organizations.
Tina Turgeon, cHAP
Tina TurgeonSouthern Maine Health Care
Tina Turgeon is the Executive Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer and the Chief Financial Officer at Southern Maine Health Care in Biddeford, Maine. She has over 25 years of experience as an admin in the non-profit sector, 12 years in healthcare. Tina became a member of AHCAP in 2019 and recently passed the cHAP exam. Prior to working at SMHC, Tina worked at the Maine Society of CPA’s. In her spare time, she enjoys golf and photography.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO PREPARE FOR CONFERENCE

If you have questions about the conference not addressed below, please email AHCAP Headquarters at ahcap@hqtrs.com.

CONFERENCE JUSTIFICATION TOOLKIT

The AHCAP Educational Conference is the only annual educational event dedicated specifically to healthcare administrative professionals. It provides targeted continuing education for healthcare EAs, delivered by healthcare experts. To convince your boss that you need to attend, just use our Conference Justification Toolkit by clicking here.

CONFERENCE ATTIRE/WEATHER

The conference attire is smart casual for the Baltimore heat. Conference rooms can be chilly so a light sweater or jacket is recommended. The average temperature in Baltimore in August is 87. Please dress appropriately so you do not get overheated when exploring the city. Attire for the Orioles Game is ballpark casual. Wear comfortable shoes for the walk to the ballpark.

DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLICATIONS AND PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS

Distribution of brochures, fact sheets, advertising, industry publications and promotional materials is not allowed during the conference except for companies participating in the official conference sponsorship program. Distribution of these materials by sponsors is allowed only within the guidelines of the sponsorship program.

SCHEDULING NON-AHCAP FUNCTIONS

Events that conflict with officially sponsored AHCAP events or educational programming are not allowed during the conference. This includes hospitality suites, special breakfasts, focus groups or similar events.

W-9

To download a copy of AHCAP’s W-9, please click here.

QUESTIONS?

General and Registration Questions – Natasha Pitcock (502) 574-9023 or npitcock@hqtrs.com
Sponsorship Opportunities – Michelle Romero (502) 574-9036 or mromero@hqtrs.com

TRAVEL/HOTEL

BALTIMORE– OUR HOST CITY

Baltimore has a long history as an important seaport. Fort McHenry, birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” sits at the mouth of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Today, this harbor area offers shops, upscale crab shacks and attractions like the Civil War-era warship the USS Constellation and the National Aquarium, showcasing thousands of marine creatures. From family-friendly museums and restaurants that satisfy every palate to exciting nightlife, cultural experiences and spectacular people-watching, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor offers more to see and do than you can imagine.

CONFERENCE HOTEL – HYATT REGENCY BALTIMORE INNER HARBOR

Experience an exceptional stay at our Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel designed for business and vacation travelers. Discover a unique blend of urban luxury and local hospitality with stylish rooms and suites that give you a sense of home and tech-savvy enhancements that keep you productive. Our convenient location makes it easy to walk to area museums, historic landmarks and attractions like the National Aquarium and Camden Yards. Enjoy what happens when convenience meets charm at Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor.

Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor
300 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Hotel Check-In: 4:00 p.m.
Hotel Check-Out: 11:00 a.m.

RESERVATIONS

To make your reservations, please click here. If you need additional assistance, please contact us at 877-803-7534 or click here to find contact information by Region. If the group rate is no longer available, prevailing rates may be offered for some or all of your dates.

TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE HOTEL

The Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor is just 10 miles from Baltimore-Washington Airport (BWI) and conveniently located for Baltimore's public transportation system. Transportation from BWI:
  • Shuttle Service - Take advantage of the Supreme Shuttle service to drive you to our downtown Baltimore hotel. While reservations are not required, advance reservations for trips from the airport may be placed via their website or 24-hour customer service line. Advance reservations benefit both you and Supreme in scheduling shuttles to meet demand. Call 800-590-0000 or click here for pricing information or to reserve in advance.
  • Taxi - Service is available on a first-come, first-serve basis from the lower level curb of all terminals. All taxis are metered. Approximate cost from Baltimore-WashingtonInternational Airport to Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor is $35.00.
  • Local Transportation - The hotel is conveniently located only four blocks from the Metro subway system and only three blocks from the Lightrail. BUS-MTA picks up right outside the hotel, making it easy to explore the area. Stop by the Concierge desk for maps and schedules.

SPONSORS

Sponsorship – Market Your Brand!

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the 2020 AHCAP Conference, please contact Michelle Romero, director of marketing and sponsorship sales at mromero@hqtrs.com or (502) 574-9036 or download the sponsorship forms by clicking here. Thank you to our incredible sponsors for their support of AHCAP and the 2020 Educational Conference. Updated April 1, 2020.

 

HEALTHCARE FACILITY & HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION SPONSORS

LEVEL 3


Cook Children's Health Care System
 
District of Columbia Hospital Association Illinois Health and Hospital Association
Maryland Hospital Association Missouri Hospital Association South Carolina Hospital Association

LEVEL 4

California Hospital Association
Mercy
Tennessee Hospital Association

LEVEL 6

Alabama Hospital Association
Kansas Hospital Association
Minnesota Hospital Association
Ohio Hospital Association
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JOIN US AT THE 2020 AHCAP EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE

Our theme, Together Toward Tomorrow, will focus on how we can grow together and unite as a community of administrative professionals to face the ever-changing landscape of healthcare administration. Attendees will learn how to be leaders in their own right and make valuable interpersonal connections, so that they may insulate themselves from disruption.