VITAL WorkLife Events

VITAL WorkLife participates in numerous conferences, speaking engagements and webinars throughout the year. Below is a comprehensive list of upcoming VITAL WorkLife events and how you can connect with us.

March 2019


AMGA 2019 Annual Conference

March 28-30, 2019
National Harbor, MD

AMGA Logo-1AMGA's Annual Conference is a three-day, interactive forum that brings medical group and health system executives in similar roles together, for solutions to challenges regarding the delivery of high quality, efficient, and affordable patient care.

VITAL WorkLife will once again be exhibiting at the AMGA Annual Conference in 2019! Stop by and visit us at Booth #1635.

April 2019


Becker's Hospital Review 10th Annual Meeting

April 1-4, 2019
Chicago, IL

Becker's Hospital Review LogoBecker's Annual Hospital Review Annual Meeting is the best conference for business-focused, strategic discussions in the healthcare industry. Over 300 hospital and health system executives speak and there are over 4,200 attendees from hospitals and health systems across the nation.

This is the first time VITAL WorkLife is exhibiting and attending Becker's Hospital Review Annual Meeting. Stop by and see us at Booth #1220.

May 2019


Webinar: Organizational Assessment and Analysis as part of your Plan to Address Clinician Burnout

May 15, 2019 from 12:00-1:00 pm CDT
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7649810767046546188?source=VITAL+WorkLife

Assessing your organization’s professional well being is an important step to improving or supporting the satisfaction of your clinicians, as well as your patients. While many health systems are doing individual burnout or engagement assessments and deploying action plans to help them, an organization level analysis will assist leaders in developing a strategic plan for system level redesign and sustainable transformation.

Please join Liz Ferron, MSW, LICSW from VITAL WorkLife and the AMA’s Christine Sinsky, MD, as we present a webinar detailing the AMA’s comprehensive assessment program for healthcare organizations. 

Register here: 

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7649810767046546188?source=VITAL+WorkLife

Speaking Engagement: HHRAM Spring Conference

Thursday, May 16, 2019
Minneapolis, MN

HHRAM LogoLiz Ferron, MSW, LICSW, Physician Practice Lead at VITAL WorkLife, and Kari Olson-Finnegan, Director of Employee Occupational Health and Safety for the Health Partners/Park Nicollet Health Care System will be co-presenting at the HHRAM Spring Conference on the topic of, "Peer Coaching in Healthcare."

 

July 2019


Coalition for Physician Well-Being Annual Conference

July 29-31, 2019
Chicago, IL

Coalition-LogoVITAL WorkLife is exhibiting at the 9th Annual Coalition for Physician Well-Being Conference. The conference focuses on ways that organizations can develop programs and initiatives to enhance the well being of their physicians. This important focus can increase quality patient care and outcomes, lower risk and promote physician satisfaction and engagement. 

VITAL WorkLife Director of Solution Delivery and Senior Consultant, Sarah Prom, MA, LPC, ODCP, will be speaking on our Advocate program at the annual conference.

September 2019


American Conference on Physician Health 2019

September 19-21, 2019
Charlotte, NC

VITAL WorkLife is exhibiting at the American Conference for Physician Health (ACPH) in 2019. The conference will focus on:

  • “Activating health system change to promote physician well-being” as its theme
  • Attract presenters and attendees from around the globe
  • Generate insight, discussion and solutions relevant to many physicians practicing today 
  • Provide tools to help find meaningfulness, self-worth and satisfaction in your medical practice

ASHHRA Annual Conference 2019

September 21-24, 2019
Chicago, IL

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ASHHRA's Annual Conference is the premier event for healthcare human resources professionals. VITAL WorkLife is once again exhibiting at ASHHRA, and we look forward to connecting face-to-face with human resources directors, administrators, vice presidents and CEOs of the nation’s hospitals and healthcare facilities.