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5 Things to Know About FOM/IT 2020

NACHC’s Financial Operations Management and Information Technology conference — aka FOM/IT — will showcase practical tools, cutting edge strategies, and technologies to address financial and operational challenges of today and the future. The conference will highlight high-performing health centers that are innovating and boldly redefining what community health looks like in action and practice. Read on to find out what you can expect at this year’s FOM/IT!

Five things you should know about this year’s FOM/IT conference:

  1. This year’s focus is on what health centers must do to continue to survive and thrive in response and recovery to COVID-19. If you are committed to building resilient organizations, innovative solutions, and successful transformation in response to COVID-19 and beyond – this is the right conference for you.
  2. It’s the only conference designed to meet the operational and technological needs of America’s health centers. This is NACHC’s “Nuts-and-Bolts” conference designed to offer dynamic solutions for health center leaders, financial and operational staff, and industry experts.
  3. What’s the FOM/IT Secret Sauce? Content is generated by peer-submissions! Choose from 21 dynamic education sessions in three tracks:
    • Business Contingency Planning
    • Telehealth/Virtual Health
    • Emergency Management: Preparation, Response, Recovery
  4. The keynote address will be delivered by Farzad Mostashari, MD, co-founder and CEO of Aledade and former National Coordinator for Health IT at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Farzad Mostashari will take a cutting-edge look at healthcare and its future and the future of value-based care.
  5. You’ll receive quality instruction from a faculty of field experts. Speakers include:
    • Dozens of leaders from health centers, HCCNs, PCAs, and NTTAPs
      Subject matter experts from partner organizations such as HIMSS, the Telehealth Resource Centers, academic medical centers.
    • Industry experts from leading firms such as BKD, Coleman Associates, Curt Degenfelder Consulting, CohnReznick, Health Management Associates, PMG, and more.

Learn more about this year’s conference.