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2020 Convocation & Expo| May 3-6, 2020| Hilton Riverside in New Orleans

Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award

Each year, ACHCA recognizes the leaders of top-performing Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF's) across the country through the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award (EPFLA).

This year, 1,111 Administrators were nominated based on data-driven criteria used to objectively identify high-performing skilled nursing facilities and the leaders who serve as catalyst for excellence and inspire their leadership teams to consistently exhibit quality care to their residents.   

Only 7% of high performing skilled nursing facilities qualify nationwide. 

Receipt of the notification letter is the first step towards confirming eligibility for the Eli Pick Facility Leadership Award.  Current membership with the American College of Health Care Administrators is required to receive the EPFLA. 

*Nominated Administrators for the EPFLA that are non-members can join the ACHCA Community to receive the award if all other eligibility requirements are met. Lapsed members can renew their membership or send an e-mail to the ACHCA Membership Team to request an updated invoice.

Click here to view attestation instructions for the EPFLA.

2020 Convocation & Expo Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Track

This would be the primary entry point for members wanting to engage in the Performance Improvement Program. Participants learn the tools and roadmaps to clean, define and standardize processes. They would be then be able to return to their home facility and undertake projects to systematically stabilize the operations of their organization; reducing operational noise, improving flows, creating a better resident environment and reducing staff stress.

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ACHCA Convocation Pre-Conference Seminar

Education Sessions include: American Leadership in WWII, Q&A session with ACHCA veterans, Beyond the Boundaries video, and tour of WWII museum.

ACHCA Member: $100 | Non-Member: $125

Leadership in WWII: Lecture will focus on top leaders in the American government, military, and private sector, showing how key leaders contributed to American victory through political, military, and economic strategies and decisions taken from boardrooms to the battlefields.

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