Renaissance in Women's Health: Service Line Strategy & Business Development
Come be a part of a well-timed revolution in the business of women's health. Join us at Park Nicolett Methodist Hospital & Women's Center in Minneapolis, MN to explore new approaches to the practice of women-centered medicine that include: the business of prevention, rejuvenative medicine, integrative healthcare, VIP and concierge models, community healthcare, and chronic disease management. Hear from the industry's experts on how hospitals, private practices, and other healthcare enterprises are evolving new and more profitable models in the business of women's health WITHOUT huge capital investment or increases in staffing. Sign up today as an EARLY BIRD to receive a FULL 50% off of the conference fee and to join our closed group message board to learn, plan, share, and prepare for an extraordinary conference experience before, during, and after our time in Minneapolis. BACKGROUND In the 1990s, women's health was "in style" at U.S. hospitals. The U.S. government created and funded an Office of Women's Health and the national Institutes of Health championed the application and awarding of Centers of Excellence in Women's Health. Beyond babies and breasts, hospital strategic planners turned their attention to the well-being of women influence of women over the growth of all serevice lines at a hospital. Conferences and publications abounded with insight into success in the business of women's health. Women's health was not just a hospital service line or a marketing strategy but rather an approach to the practice of medicine that could transform the health of the American family along with providing financial stability for U.S. hospitals. Today more than ever, health systems and community hospitals need dynamic solutions for the future and women's health needs a renaissance. WHO SHOULD ATTEND Hospital Executives & Strategic Planners Physicians & Nurses with Women's Health Vision Healthcare Marketing Communication Specialists Nurse Executives Healthcare Enterprise Leaders with a Stake in Women's Health CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES At the end of the conference, attendees will be able to: Identify significant trends in cash-based women's healthcare. Understand the business of prevention and it's potential profitability for U.S. hospitals and clinicians. Name at least 6 new and effective strategies in women's health marketing and communications. Explain the differences between concierge medicine, VIP healthcare, direct primary care, and hybrid women's health models. Discuss the emerging scientific practice of wellness as psychonueroimmunology and its impact on women's health. Recall case studies in women's health as models for community outreach and population health management. List and describe several cash-based wellness and esthetic services that are increasingly being integrated into medical practices and hospitals around the country. Explain the potential for improved health outcomes by including chronic disease management in women's health service line planning. LOGISTICS Thursday June 6, 2019 10 am - 5 pm Friday, June 7, 2019. 8 am - 4 pm Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital and Womens Center, St. Louis Park, Minnesota Over the course of 2 days we will celebrate comprehensive women's health as a strategy for hospital growth while exploring current and future trends in the practical business of women's services. We will hear from hospital CEOs with legendary experience in women's health, industry visionaries with prescriptions for the future, and marketing communication experts on the cutting edge of success in female consumer acquisition and loyalty. Hosted by Parik Nicollet Methodist Hospital and Women's Center in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, participants will experience one of the nation's most successful specialty facilities for integrated women's health and effective community oureach. Tour and presentation is planned
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