ACHE Virtual Leadership Symposium

Date:  10 to 11 October 2022
Host:  IHF

The American College of Healthcare Executives presents a two-day event featuring cutting-edge content and integrated networking opportunities.  

In collaboration with the IHF, the Virtual Leadership Symposium offers content and speakers that explore global challenges, perspectives, and solutions. 

Benefit from solutions-focused hot topics and leadership insights sessions and network with healthcare professionals from your home, office, or wherever is most convenient. 

  • Earn up to 6 ACHE Face-to-Face Education and continuing clinical education credits. 
  • Hear from dozens of faculty and subject matter experts from across the globe. 
  • Gather solutions, tools, and resources to continue advancing healthcare in their communities. 

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