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Medical Practice Excellence Conference


Why Attend

10/18 at 8:00 AM to 10/21/2020 at 12:00 PM

Main Stage Events

Practice excellence is possible, and the Medical Practice Excellence Conference pairs your potential with the right mix of experts, insights and perspectives to elevate your organization. Gain invaluable leadership inspiration and immerse yourself in the journey of igniting excellence at the Medical Practice Excellence Conference. 

Rise above with our premier main stage events featuring: ​

GEN01 - Becoming a Future-ready Leader

Oct. 18, 4:00-5:30 pm

Basic | Traditional | Comprehension
Tasha Eurich, organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author 

Speaker Bio

The speed of business in the 21st century can be downright dizzying. With change, innovation, and disruption as permanent fixtures, the best leaders know that success is a moving target—that the decisions, skills and behaviors getting them ahead today won't always be what gets them ahead tomorrow. But for most leaders, change is challenging and stressful. Fortunately, there is one highly learnable skill that all agile, adaptable, and future-ready leaders possess, self-awareness. Participants will leave with several battle-tested tools to improve and newfound confidence not just to survive, but thrive, in a continually changing world. 

This session will provide you with the knowledge to:  

  • Describe the two categories of self-awareness and how they influence our effectiveness, happiness, and change agility. 
  • Identify why power decreases self-awareness and a simple tool to get the feedback they need to succeed. 
  • Explain how self-aware leaders create wildly successful teams and a culture where people tell the truth 

GEN03 - The Spark and the Grind: Ignite the Power of Disciplined Creativity

Oct. 19, 9:50-11:15 am

Jay Shetty MGMA Annual Conference
Basic | Traditional | Comprehension
Erik Wahl, internationally recognized artist, TED speaker and No. 1 bestselling author 
Speaker Bio

If you are not thinking about disruption, complexity and continual innovation in your industry, then you are ignoring a perilous gaping void. If you don't fill it, someone else will. Technology and culture are in a state of continual flux, and today's business demands an environment where innovation is not only welcomed but required. So how can you keep up and instill a disciplined approach to innovation? Erik Wahl, bestselling author, artist and one of the nation's most in-demand keynote speaker, presents the yin and the yang of the creative process. How to create and maintain the flow of ideas and how to execute them. The world is filled with dreamers and doers—but the only way things happen is when dreamers muster the mental tenacity and hard work, and when doers harness their innate creativity and flexibility. 
This session will provide with the knowledge to: 
  • Explain the process and discipline necessary to realize the visions of master creators such as Isaac Newton, Thomas Edison and Martin Luther King, Jr. 
  • Discuss the science of innovation, and how to tap it for your own purposes 
  • Identify the importance of creative culture, regardless of industry, and how to harness it for individual and collective success. 

GEN04 - Balancing the Human Touch with Digital Innovation to Enhance Patient Experience

Oct. 20,  10:30 am-12:00 pm

Basic | Traditional | Comprehension
Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, MBE, Leading pediatrician, entrepreneur, consultant, author, media contributor and online voice 
Speaker Bio

Improving outcomes and lowering costs in healthcare requires a shift from reacting to anticipating patient needs and adapting to emerging technologies. Advanced analytics can help predict and manage appropriate care, but an equally important factor is a strong provider-patient relationship.  It is that relationship that can lead to understanding root cause issues in patient health and can ultimately lead to the best outcomes and superior experience. Drawing on her work and leadership as the Chief of Digital Innovation for Seattle's Children's Hospital, Dr. Swanson will discuss how revolutionizing electronic communication can foster effective provider-patient relationships while maintaining the essential human element. More than ever before, we're learning how to use digital tools to connect with patients, serve their needs with convenience and ease and ultimately enhance the experience for patients and providers. 

This session will provide with the knowledge to: 
  • Discuss how trends in health translation, social media and digital innovation outside health care can guide the practice of healthcare today. 
  • Recognize the importance of personalizing patient experience.  
  • Describe how patient engagement leads to improved outcomes and improved provider practice. 



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