WHA Quality Forum:

A Series of Quality Improvement Topics for Wisconsin Hospitals

      • Medical Staff Quality: March 6, 2018 (Rescheduled for May 18, 2018)
      • Survey Readiness: May 17, 2018
      • Meeting External Requirements: July 17, 2018
      • Quality Improvement Basic Concepts: September 25, 2018

Post-Acute Care: Working Together Across the Care Continuum for Positive Patient Outcomes
June 5, 2018
Radisson Paper Valley Hotel
Appleton, WI

WHA, in collaboration with LeadingAge Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Association for Home Health Care (WIAHC), is hosting a statewide conference intended to bring together partners in the continuum of care to share best practices for transitions of patients to post-acute care settings. 

Nationally known transitions-of-care expert Eric Coleman, MD, MPH, professor of medicine and head of the Division of Health Care Policy and Research at the University of Colorado, will provide the opening keynote presentation.

In addition, this important, one-day conference will include representatives from throughout the continuum of care - hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and home health care providers – as presenters on the day’s agenda, sharing their innovative strategies for overcoming obstacles that can impede successful care transitions and result in positive outcomes for discharged patients.

Save the Date: 2018 Wisconsin Association of Directors of Volunteer Services (WADVS) Annual Conference 
June 13-15, 2018
Holiday Inn at the American Center, Madison

WHA Advance Practice Clinician Conference:  A Comprehensive Look at APC Practice Challenges and Opportunities for Integrated Care Delivery in Wisconsin
September 13, 2018

Team based care models utilizing nurse practitioners, physician assistants, certified registered nurse anesthetists and other advance practice clinicians are an increasingly important key to integrated care delivery models in hospitals and clinics that can improve care and reduce cost.

This one-day conference will provide a comprehensive review of key regulations and payment policies, education and training, scope of practice, and onboarding and retention trends to help hospitals and clinics understand and navigate nuances, limitations, and opportunities that can help them maximize the utilization of advance practice clinicians with their organizations. 

WHA Contact:

Jennifer Frank

Vice President

Education and Marketing



For registration questions contact:

Kayla Chatterton

Education Coordinator