Quality Talks - Not Your Ordinary Health Care Conference
WASHINGTON, DC, USA—HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE — FEBRUARY 18, 2022: Quality Talks is a series of stirring, succinct talks by current and emerging health care leaders with ideas about how we can collaboratively improve American health care. In addition to the dynamic and thought-provoking speakers, the event features interactive dialogue among attendees and speakers about advancing the health care system and improving patient care. You will leave this one-day event inspired and energized.
TWO WAYS TO ATTEND
Quality Talks is back this year as a hybrid event. Join us in person in Washington, DC or online on April 21. Enterprise options are available for you and your colleagues to attend at discounted rates. Learn more about the options here.
THIS YEAR'S THEMES
This year's speakers will address a range of trending topics to inspire action to take on pressing issues in our health care system and create a better future:
THIS YEAR'S SPEAKERS
- Artificial Intelligence
- Health Equity
- Care at Home and Remote Patient Monitoring
At Quality Talks, we showcase speakers who have unusual backgrounds and novel perspectives on solving health care's most pressing problems. These speakers have enthralling stories to tell you on April 21.
ATTENDEES ARE TALKING
Thousands of attendees have been inspired and energized by Quality Talks. You don't want to miss this!
Questions? Check our FAQs or contact us at QualityTalks@ncqa.org.
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