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Pre-Conference Information - Tuesday, May 19


NAHAM University

12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Member - $80
Non-Member - $105
NAHAM-Approved Contact Hours - 2.5


Kick off your conference experience with NAHAM University, a unique opportunity to engage in lively, dynamic discussions with your peers on wide-ranging topics suggested by participants during pre-session planning. This course is guaranteed to provide an unsurpassed platform to discover solutions to the issues facing participants’ facilities. Additionally, this session provides a natural opportunity to begin networking with your colleagues during the conference and beyond. This is particularly helpful for first-time conference attendees.

Designed for patient access managers in both academic and non-academic healthcare facilities, NAHAM University is a unique forum that provides multiple perspectives on the issues and will prepare you to return to your hospital with great ideas to drive improvements in key areas.

The curriculum at NAHAM University is up to you! Individuals who pre-register will be contacted before the conference by facilitator Pete Kraus, Business Analyst at Emory University, to determine the issues important to your role at your hospital and the questions you want to ask. Attending NAHAM University qualifies you for 2.5 NAHAM contact hours, so register today and prepare for a great collaborative learning opportunity.

Separate registration fee applies. Lunch is included.


Register now to reserve your spot at this unique session!

Epic User Group

2:45 pm - 5:00 pm

Member - $70

Non-Member - $95
NAHAM Approved Contact Hours - 2.25

New in 2020! We will be hosting our very popular Epic User Group has a pre-conference session. More details to come!

Increasing Awareness and Support of LGBTQ+ Patients

2:45 pm - 5:00 pm

Member - $70

Non-Member - $95
NAHAM Approved Contact Hours - 2.25

Join experienced panelists for an informative discussion on how best to support and provide competent care to LGBTQ+ patients and their families. This session will involve group discussion and will review specific case studies.

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