The strategies that are empowering health care leaders to drive the transformation of America’s health care will take center stage July 27-29 at the 25th annual AHA Leadership Summit in San Diego.

This year’s meeting will explore opportunities for advancing care coordination and quality and patient safety, improving population health, driving value through delivery system innovation, managing risk, leveraging health information technology and data for safer and more effective care, integrating workforce innovations, and engaging consumers as true partners in their care.

You also will get a timely Washington update from AHA leaders. Plus, this year’s Leadership Summit will offer special programming for trustees and physician leaders.

And you can help us recognize the hospitals and individuals who are demonstrating a remarkable level of leadership and innovation in moving to the future: the winners of this year’s NOVA, Circle of Life, Most Wired, Dick Davidson Quality Milestone, and Equity of Care awards.

Plan to attend the Leadership Summit. Learn from the leaders at the forefront of change and come away better prepared to build the next generation of care.

Visit for the meeting’s agenda and list of speakers. See you in San Diego!

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