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We are monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on large gatherings such as VITAL. Please check this website again soon for more updates on the status of our annual meeting of essential hospitals.
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Cancellations must be postmarked, faxed, or emailed to America’s Essential Hospitals byMay 25 for a full refund. Written cancellations made between May 26 and June 8 will be granted, less a $150 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received or postmarked after June 8.

Registrations are transferable among individuals from the same organization at no additional charge through June 8. A $150 processing fee will apply for any transfer requests received after June 8. Complimentary registrations are non-transferable.

All deadlines are through midnight Eastern Time of the specified date.

Questions? Contact membership@essentialhospitals.org.

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Cancellations must be postmarked, faxed, or emailed to America’s Essential Hospitals byMay 25 for a full refund. Written cancellations made between May 26 and June 8 will be granted, less a $150 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received or postmarked after June 8.

Registrations are transferable among individuals from the same organization at no additional charge through June 8. A $150 processing fee will apply for any transfer requests received after June 8. Complimentary registrations are non-transferable.

All deadlines are through midnight Eastern Time of the specified date.

Questions? Contact membership@essentialhospitals.org.

VITAL 2019

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Cancellations must be postmarked, faxed, or emailed to America’s Essential Hospitals byMay 25 for a full refund. Written cancellations made between May 26 and June 8 will be granted, less a $150 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received or postmarked after June 8.

Registrations are transferable among individuals from the same organization at no additional charge through June 8. A $150 processing fee will apply for any transfer requests received after June 8. Complimentary registrations are non-transferable.

All deadlines are through midnight Eastern Time of the specified date.

Questions? Contact membership@essentialhospitals.org.

VITAL 2019

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Cancellations must be postmarked, faxed, or emailed to America’s Essential Hospitals byMay 25 for a full refund. Written cancellations made between May 26 and June 8 will be granted, less a $150 administrative fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received or postmarked after June 8.

Registrations are transferable among individuals from the same organization at no additional charge through June 8. A $150 processing fee will apply for any transfer requests received after June 8. Complimentary registrations are non-transferable.

All deadlines are through midnight Eastern Time of the specified date.

Questions? Contact membership@essentialhospitals.org.

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Fare: $8.95 per person, each way, $3.05 youth, senior or RTC Clipper card, each way
Hours: 4 am–11:45 pm (weekdays), 6 am–11:45 pm (Saturday), 8 am–11:45 pm (Sunday)
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SuperShuttle: Claim your luggage on the lower level. Proceed to the upper level and outside to the outer curb. Follow the blue SuperShuttle signs to their uniformed Airport Guest Coordinators in teal jackets, who will arrange SuperShuttle transportation to the hotel.

Note: From 1–5 am, waits can be 30–45 minutes.
Fare: $17.00 per person. Tickets may be purchased as you board.
415.558.8500/650.558.8500
www.supershuttle.com

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART): The BART station at SFO is located on Level 3 of the International Terminal. The station has two entrances: a “walk-in” entrance on Level 3 and another accessible from “AirTrain,” the airport’s unmanned shuttle train that connects various airport terminals. All domestic and international flights are a short walk (15 minutes or less) from the SFO BART station. Take BART train to the Powell Street station. Walk 3 blocks up Powell St., and the hotel is on the left side.

Fare: $8.95 per person, each way, $3.05 youth, senior or RTC Clipper card, each way
Hours: 4 am–11:45 pm (weekdays), 6 am–11:45 pm (Saturday), 8 am–11:45 pm (Sunday)
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SuperShuttle: Claim your luggage on the lower level. Proceed to the upper level and outside to the outer curb. Follow the blue SuperShuttle signs to their uniformed Airport Guest Coordinators in teal jackets, who will arrange SuperShuttle transportation to the hotel.

Note: From 1–5 am, waits can be 30–45 minutes.
Fare: $17.00 per person. Tickets may be purchased as you board.
415.558.8500/650.558.8500
www.supershuttle.com

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART): The BART station at SFO is located on Level 3 of the International Terminal. The station has two entrances: a “walk-in” entrance on Level 3 and another accessible from “AirTrain,” the airport’s unmanned shuttle train that connects various airport terminals. All domestic and international flights are a short walk (15 minutes or less) from the SFO BART station. Take BART train to the Powell Street station. Walk 3 blocks up Powell St., and the hotel is on the left side.

Fare: $8.95 per person, each way, $3.05 youth, senior or RTC Clipper card, each way
Hours: 4 am–11:45 pm (weekdays), 6 am–11:45 pm (Saturday), 8 am–11:45 pm (Sunday)
www.bart.gov

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SuperShuttle: Claim your luggage on the lower level. Proceed to the upper level and outside to the outer curb. Follow the blue SuperShuttle signs to their uniformed Airport Guest Coordinators in teal jackets, who will arrange SuperShuttle transportation to the hotel.

Note: From 1–5 am, waits can be 30–45 minutes.
Fare: $17.00 per person. Tickets may be purchased as you board.
415.558.8500/650.558.8500
www.supershuttle.com

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART): The BART station at SFO is located on Level 3 of the International Terminal. The station has two entrances: a “walk-in” entrance on Level 3 and another accessible from “AirTrain,” the airport’s unmanned shuttle train that connects various airport terminals. All domestic and international flights are a short walk (15 minutes or less) from the SFO BART station. Take BART train to the Powell Street station. Walk 3 blocks up Powell St., and the hotel is on the left side.

Fare: $8.95 per person, each way, $3.05 youth, senior or RTC Clipper card, each way
Hours: 4 am–11:45 pm (weekdays), 6 am–11:45 pm (Saturday), 8 am–11:45 pm (Sunday)
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Who

Should Attend

VITAL2020 meets you where you are in your career and gives you insights, strategies, and connections to reach a new level of success. Conference attendees represent diverse leaders who shape the future of essential hospitals and the vulnerable people and communities they serve.



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Speakers

VITAL2020 brings together expert speakers to invigorate, inspire, and energize leaders from essential hospitals. These thought-provoking presentations, focused on enduring growth and success in the ever-evolving health care market, are the center of the VITAL2020 conference.

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With rich networking opportunities, you will build relationships that last long after the conference ends. Join a vibrant community of leaders to help shape the future of essential hospitals and their patients.

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About

VITAL2020


Advance quality and improve operations at your hospital by connecting with hundreds of essential hospital and health system leaders to explore behavioral and population health, hospital financing and policy, patient safety, quality improvement, and other key issues. With more than 25 sessions in four tracks forged by member experience—a program unequaled in its focus on mission-driven hospitals—VITAL2020 will arm you with the knowledge you need to keep your hospital on the forefront of innovation.

Learn promising practices from the field, gain valuable insight into the opportunities and challenges unique to mission-focused hospitals like yours, and help your organization shape a strategy for success.


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VITAL2019 provides networking opportunities to reach a new level of success. Conference attendees represent diverse leaders who shape the future of essential hospitals and the vulnerable people and communities they serve procedures.
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Workshops

Essential hospitals undertaking this work rely heavily on data and HIT systems to understand the impact of social determinants of health on patients and communities, to implement and coordinate efforts, and to measure and evaluate progress.
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Phosfluorescently engage worldwide methodologies with web-enabled technology. Interactively coordinate proactive e-commerce via process-centric “outside the box” thinking. Completely pursue scalable customer service through sustainable potentialities. Collaboratively administrate turnkey channels whereas virtual e-tailers. Objectively seize scalable metrics whereas proactive e-services. Seamlessly empower fully researched growth strategies and interoperable internal or “organic” sources.
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Speakers

VITAL 2019 brings the most essential hospital and health system leaders as you explore key issues, including behavioral and population health, hospital financing, patient safety, and quality improvement.
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Opening Keynote Speaker

Marcus Whitney

CEO and Founder of Health: Further


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John Barnes

President and CEO
The MetroHealth System

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John Barnes

President and CEO
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President and CEO
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John Barnes

President and CEO
The MetroHealth System


Additional Speakers

Our 2020 virtual Medicaid Summit also will feature welcome remarks from member leaders and breakout sessions with experts in public policy and Medicaid financing.

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Lauren Aronson

Partner, Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas

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Scott Davis, CPA

Administrative Director, Reimbursement & Revenue Integrity, Memorial Health System

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Eva Johnson, JD

Senior Advisor, Eyman Associates

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Mark Keroack, MD, MPH

President & CEO, Baystate Health

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José Sánchez, LMSW

President and CEO, Norwegian American Hospital

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Rich Silveria, MBA

Chief Financial Officer, University of Chicago Medicine

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Josh Trent

Principal, Leavitt Partners

Additional Speakers

Our 2020 virtual Medicaid Summit also will feature welcome remarks from member leaders and breakout sessions with experts in public policy and Medicaid financing.

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Lauren Aronson

Partner, Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas

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Scott Davis, CPA

Administrative Director, Reimbursement & Revenue Integrity, Memorial Health System

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Mark Keroack, MD, MPH

President & CEO, Baystate Health

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José Sánchez, LMSW

President and CEO, Norwegian American Hospital

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Rich Silveria, MBA

Chief Financial Officer, University of Chicago Medicine

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Josh Trent

Principal, Leavitt Partners

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Lauren Aronson

Partner, Mehlman Castagnetti Rosen & Thomas

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Scott Davis, CPA

Administrative Director, Reimbursement & Revenue Integrity, Memorial Health System

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Mark Keroack, MD, MPH

President & CEO, Baystate Health

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José Sánchez, LMSW

President and CEO, Norwegian American Hospital

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Rich Silveria, MBA

Chief Financial Officer, University of Chicago Medicine

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Josh Trent

Principal, Leavitt Partners

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Jose Sanchez

CEO, Some Company

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Jose Sanchez

CEO, Some Company

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CEO, Some Company

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CEO, Some Company

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CEO, Some Company

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CEO, Some Company


Main venue

Miami Conference Hall

Events are held in the Main hall, workshops in Second floor meeting rooms

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Our VITAL2020 Sponsors

Thank you to our 2020 sponsors:

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Thank you to our 2018 sponsors:

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Become a Sponsor

When you support America’s Essential Hospitals, you invest in the future of high-quality health care for all, especially vulnerable people. You also raise your profile as an organization aligned with our members through a commitment to the best possible care for all people.

Additional Speakers

Our 2020 virtual Medicaid summit will also feature breakout sessions with experts in public policy and Medicaid financing.

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Jose Sanchez

CEO

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From last year

Check out the gallery from our conference held in 2018 in San Francisco.

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