26-27 SEP 2018

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We hope you’ll join us at the 2018 IHA Annual Membership Meeting as hospital leaders from across the state come together to network with their peers, hear from inspiring speakers, and work together to shape the future of Indiana health care. ​

At this year’s meeting we’re honored to recognize Rep. Charlie Brown with the John C. Render Award for Health Policy. Brown is stepping down this year from the seat he has held since 1982, and we couldn’t think of a better way to recognize everything he has done for Hoosier hospitals and patients in the last 36 years.

Throughout the meeting, you’ll hear from a number of speakers who will inspire and enlighten you. Topics include a number of timely issues, such as tackling opioid abuse within our employee population and in our communities, the importance of cross-cultural competency, lessons learned from a mass casualty event, and how hospitals can use economic predictors to protect profitability in the future.

New to this year’s programming is the Health Care Management Summit. Designed as a cost-effective way to encourage our members to experience the IHA Annual Membership Meeting as a team, content in the main general session room will continue to focus on leadership strategies at an executive level, while this concurrent programming will feature practical, solutions-based content targeted at both middle and upper management. The complete Health Care Management Summit agenda is included here, and features interactive discussions on risk management, sexual harassment, cybersecurity, and opioid abuse in the health care environment. Each session will be structured to appeal to a wide range of disciplines with our target audience being hospital professionals in human resources, finance, marketing and communications, quality, and technology.

​As always, thank you to our members, corporate sponsors, and Endorsed Business Partners for their continued support. Together, we can make a difference for our hospitals, our patients, and our communities.


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The Indiana Hospital Association invites you to participate in its silent auction, which will take place on September 26-27 at the Westin Indianapolis, as part of the association’s Annual Membership Meeting.

Items from last year's auction included: 

Home & Electronics​
• Apple Watch 
• Amazon Echo
• iPad Mini
• Amazon Fire Tablet
• Nest Learning Thermostat

Food & Wine
• Gourmet Food and Wine Baskets
• Whiskey & Scotch 
• YETI Cooler with Tumblers
• Cooking Classes

Hotel & Travel
• Las Vegas Travel Package for 2
• Golf at Valhalla in Louisville, KY
• Stay at West Baden Springs Hotel


​​Jewelry & Designer Handbags
• Pearl Necklace and Earrings Set
• Tiffany Pendant
• Coach Handbag
• Kate Spade Watch
• Kate Spade Handbag
• Vera Bradley Tote

​Children’s Items
• Toy Gift Basket

Sports & Recreation
• Butler Basketball Tickets
• Indiana Pacers Tickets 
• Indianapolis Colts Tickets
• Autographed Memorabilia ​
• Golf Lessons 



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The silent auction will benefit the Friends of Indiana Hospitals Political Action Committee. Friends plays a vital role in advancing sound health care policy and electing policymakers who understand issues that are important to hospitals and the patients they serve. The success of the auction ​depends on the creative and interesting items we receive as donations from supporters like you.

​In exchange for your donated item(s), your organization will be acknowledged in several IHA marketing materials including the Harmony newsletter, the weekly IHA News emails, as well as recognition in the printed materials provided to each attendee at the Annual Meeting. With over 250 executive level members anticipated to be in attendance at the Annual Meeting, donating to the silent auction is a great opportunity to promote your business. ​​​

Donating is very easy. Simply print or download the PDF​ and fill out the donation form. Unsure of what to donate? IHA's Silent Auction FAQ can help. The FAQ can also be accessed in the referenced PDF.

Should you have any questions about the silent auction or Friends of Indiana Hospitals, please email Laura Mrozinski, PAC coordinator, or call 317-423-7734.


CATEGORIES:
Advocacy; Hospital; Legislative; Member; Patient Safety; Administration; HR; Leadership; Operations; Workforce


​*NEW*

We are excited to introduce some additional programming at this year’s Annual Membership Meeting. The Health Care Management Summit was designed as a cost-effective way to encourage members to experience the IHA Annual Meeting as a team. This concurrent programming will feature practical, solutions-based content targeted at both middle and upper management. Each agenda topic will be structured to appeal to a wide range of ​disciplines.​

Target Audience:
Hospital professionals in human resource​s, finance, marketing and communications, quality, pharmacy, and information technology​

Registration:
The cost to attend the Health Care Management Summit on Sept. 26 is $125 per person, inclusive of ​lunch. ​

If you would like more information on the IHA Annual Membership Meeting, or the Health Care Management Summit, email  Laura Gilbert or call 317-423-7793. 


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Download the HANDBID app, our​ mobile silent auction platform, which allows you to bid from your smartphone.  

Save time at check-in by getting set up and bidding BEFORE YOU ARRIVE!

If you have an iPhone or Android device, you can download the Handbid app.

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Please note we strongly recommend you “Accept notifications from this app” when you open it and join an auction. This will allow you to get push notifications for​ “Outbid” messages during the auction.​​​


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