Modern Healthcare’s 6th annual full-day Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference is designed for women professionals in healthcare and offers unique lessons and learning opportunities for high-potential leaders. The day’s sessions will provide critical knowledge and timely insights designed to improve leadership potential, enhance skill sets and inform decision-making. In addition, the day’s agenda will include numerous networking opportunities among healthcare leaders.
93% of the 2015 Women Leaders in Healthcare Conference attendees would recommend this conference to a friend. See what attendees had to say about their experience:
“Everything was great! This meeting was amazing and perspective changing. It provided a safe environment for women to discuss challenges they face but also to obtain pearls of wisdom to continue advancing in the healthcare arena.”
“The caliber of speakers was excellent!”
“The conference content was excellent and relevant. Outstanding line-up of speakers and topics!”
“The transformation from a physician-focused space to a patient-focused space is very real and impacting several organizations…loved this panel discussions take on this topic-especially around technology and timing.”
“This was my first time attending. Loved all the different panels and having the ability to ask questions. Very informative. I will be back!”
(Source: 2015 Event Attendee Survey)
Kathleen Sebelius is one of America’s foremost experts on health policy, healthcare reform, human service delivery and executive leadership. From April 2009 through June 2014, she served in President Barack Obama’s Cabinet as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, leading the President’s charge to pass and implement the most significant health reform in half a century. Sebelius served as Governor of Kansas from 2003 to 2009, the only daughter of a governor to be elected governor in American history. She was Kansas’ elected insurance commissioner from 1995 to 2003 and served four terms in the Kansas Legislature.
During her career, Sebelius has led numerous ambitious efforts to provide all Americans with the opportunity to live happier, healthier and more successful lives—from her high-profile on the Affordable Care Act; to her national leadership on early childhood initiatives, women’s health, tobacco control and mental health parity; to her global leadership on HIV/AIDS, polio, prevention of chronic diseases, and global health security.