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LAS VEGAS — The Convenient Care Association and Drug Store News have announced the agenda for the Executive and Health Systems Leadership Colloquium for this year’s Retail Clinician Education Congress, which will be held in May in Las Vegas.
The Executive and Health Systems Leadership Colloquium launched in 2011 at the Retail Clinician Education Congress at a time when the retail clinic industry was expanding, both in number of clinics and scope of services. Today, the retail clinic industry is established; consumers like the convenience, price transparency and customer service. Now retail clinic organizations are stepping into the next level of innovation with strategic partnerships and working within their communities to build the healthcare workforce pipeline. The Colloquium will address these topics, as well as what the research says about the clinics and their opportunities, the role of retail clinics in the landscape of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), and what the future looks like for the industry overall. The Colloquium is designed for management, upper management and C-level executives of retail clinic operators, and companies and organizations interested in entering the retail clinic industry. The Executive and Health Systems Leadership Colloquium is supported by athenahealth.
Click below to view the full agenda.
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