Year after year, ASHRM’s annual conference continues to be the optimal learning, networking and career-building experience.
ASHRM 2018 is not just any healthcare conference – it’s YOUR conference, structured specifically for healthcare risk management, patient safety, legal, insurance and other healthcare-related professionals. You can tailor education, networking events and speaker sessions to meet your needs and maximize the value of your attendance.
ASHRM 2018 is the ONLY conference of its kind – dedicated solely to risk in the healthcare industry. Whether you’re a veteran healthcare risk manager or new to the field, this year’s conference will help you learn what the future holds for the healthcare risk management profession, earn valuable continuing education credits, and collaborate with informed and engaged peers, just like you!
The ASHRM Annual Conference is the largest gathering in the nation for healthcare risk management professionals, attracting nearly 2,000 attendees each year. The Conference offers nine levels of sponsorship opportunities as well as numerous a la cart exhibition and advertising options. Join us as a sponsor, partner or exhibitor at a level that meets your corporate needs and budget, and connect with influential healthcare risk management leaders from all over the United States.
Established in 1980, the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) is a personal membership group of the American Hospital Association (AHA) with nearly 6,000 members representing risk management, patient safety, insurance, law, finance and other related professions.
ASHRM promotes effective and innovative risk management strategies and professional leadership through education, recognition, advocacy, publications, networking and interactions with leading healthcare organizations and government agencies. ASHRM initiatives focus on developing and implementing safe and effective patient care practices, the preservation of financial resources and the maintenance of safe working environments.
Leaders today don’t require “help” that sounds good in a PowerPoint presentation and fades under the heat and pressure of reality. They need tools that hold up when the stakes are high so that they can be better practitioners of their leadership craft. Using the 33 years of experience in leading America’s sons and daughters and providing the right support in the toughest conditions, Major General Boles delivers to your team 10 battle-tested tools that they can begin using right now to ensure their “best gets better.” Specifically:
4. The 4 Expectations teams have of their leaders
3. The 3 Questions to ask AND answer when leading others
2. The 2 Reasons for stress in an organization
1. The 1 Critical thing to focus on when leading
In 1976, armed with a commission as an Army 2d Lieutenant and a degree from Niagara University, this NY City son of Irish immigrants began his leadership journey. In 33 years of Army service Major General Boles developed his leadership skills and techniques in a number of challenging times. The Cold War; Transition from a draftee force to a volunteer Army; Service in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm; Response to the attacks of 9-11; deployment to and Command of our Logistics forces in Iraq and support of the surges in Iraq and Afghanistan. Each of these endeavors brought out the best in him and the teams entrusted to him.
Selected for promotion to Brigadier General in 2000 his first assignment was management of the nation’s $28 billion ammunition life cycle, from research and development, storage, and use to disposal. Selected for Major General in 2004, assignments included: 5 years as a Commanding General with assignments at home and abroad; in multiple combat operations; training centers and schools and the nation’s Industrial base. His final assignment was in the Pentagon, overseeing Strategic Integration, Readiness and Distribution operations on the Army Staff from 2006-2009.
In 2010 he founded Vincent E. Boles LLC, a leadership and supply chain consulting practice where his focus is about you and your team’s “Best Getting Better” He also serves as an Executive Coach for the US Army and is adjunct professor at the Defense Acquisition University.
He now travels the world sharing his talents and skills to help leaders and their teams, his audiences have included; Fidelity; IKEA; The US Secret Service; USAA and the Global Health Exchange to name a few.
He has released “4-3-2-1 Leadership…What Americas Sons and Daughters Taught Me on the Road From 2d Lieutenant to 2 Star General” that is now in it’s 5th printing.