NC Behavioral Health Reform Legislation Introduced
North Carolina’s hospitals and health systems, joined by a coalition of state lawmakers and stakeholder groups, have embarked on a strategic plan to address the growing behavioral health crisis in our state. Legislation introduced in the House and Senate proposes important first steps to promote access to evidence-based, coordinated and timely crisis care through full revision and modernization of North Carolina’s Involuntary Commitment (IVC) Statute. Read more here.
Register Now for NCHA Trustee Institute April 28-30
Registration is now open for NCHA's 2017 Trustee Institute, April 28-30, at its new cost-saving, central location — DoubleTree by Hilton, RTP. This annual event is a special learning and networking opportunity open to CEO’s, trustees, senior executives and medical staff leaders of NCHA member hospitals and health systems. This year’s program will provide an overview of the national healthcare climate, top-notch governance education, a variety of networking opportunities, an awards program, and an opportunity to share ideas and be challenged. For agenda details, see the brochure. To register, click here.
Act Now: Limited Booths Remain for Summer Meeting
Want to do business with North Carolina's hospitals and health systems? There’s no better venue than NCHA's Summer Meeting Tradeshow July 19-20 at the Myrtle Beach Marriott at Grande Dunes in Myrtle Beach, SC. Act now by joining the 2017 NCHA Corporate Sponsorship Program. The program provides four tiers with benefits for each level of participation and support. For details, see the brochure. Questions? Contact Pamala Rogers at 919-677-4127 or email@example.com.
NC Hospitals are Here for You When You Need Us
NC Hospitals are here for you when you need us and even when you don’t. Have you ever considered what it takes to make that possible?