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Georgia Southern Student Chosen as Scholar

SHJiann- Ping Hsu College of Public Health Georgia Southern University Master of Healthcare Administration student, Ms. Songsarae Harley, was one of thirteen American Hospital Association Summer Enrichment Program interns selected to win a scholarship to attend the 24th AHA Leadership Summit on July 17-19, 2016 in San Diego, California. Ms. Harley is completing her practicum at Navicent Health System in Macon, Georgia. Scholars will attend 3 days of educational sessions presented by world leaders. Scholarships include flights, hotel accommodations and conference registration.

The 24th Annual Health Forum/American Hospital Association Leadership Summit offers the insights and ideas that will equip you to lead the transformation of your organization. Combining thought leadership and applied learning, the Summit features renowned speakers from both inside and outside of health care bringing unique perspectives and world views, and hospital and health system leaders sharing their experiences in pursuit of innovation and value.

The Summit examines the elements of a high-performing delivery system through educational tracks focused on the key ingredients for transformation—innovative approaches to advance care coordination and integration, progress with value-based payment methodologies and emerging insurance models, innovations in workforce development, strategies to leverage health information technology and data, new models of quality and population health improvement, and novel tactics for engaging consumers as partners in their own care.

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