2023 Advocacy Day

Join WHA and nearly 1,000 health care advocates for a day of learning and advocacy at Advocacy Day 2023 on April 19. This will be an in-person only event.
To prepare advocates for Advocacy Day, WHA staff will hold an Advocacy Day Pre-Event Webinar on April 12. This webinar will provide an overview of how legislative visits work, logistics of visiting the State Capitol, why these visits are important, and the topics WHA will ask you to discuss during your legislative appointments. This webinar will be recorded and emailed to all registered attendees. Attend this live webinar to ask your questions. 
While there is no registration fee to participate in Advocacy Day, pre-registration is required. To register, please click here. Online registration will be open until 5 p.m. on April 18. After that, please register on-site at the event. 



2023 Hospital Board Member Education

Every Fascinating Thing You Should Know!

WHA is proud to announce an education learning day for hospital board of directors and their respective CEOs. This dynamic education, offered by WHA Corporate Member Quarles & Brady, will include topics such as:

-Health Care Environment in Wisconsin
-Legal Risks and Protections for Hospital Board Members
-Working with Your CEO - Governance vs. Management
-Oversight of Medical Staff Credentialing and Corrective Action

Please reference Agenda, on the top menu, for a complete agenda and topic list.

Whether you are a new hospital board member or a veteran, this day of learning will enhance your effectiveness and engagement with your hospital.

This is a hybrid event. However, only virtual spots remain open for registration.

This event is for WHA member hospital board of directors and CEOs only. 


2023 Wisconsin Rural Health Conference

The annual Wisconsin Rural Health Conference is the statewide forum designed to highlight public policy and operations issues affecting rural health care, identify how the delivery of and access to rural health care are changing and identify ways in which data, technology and people processes are improving care and access for rural populations.