Community Hospital 100 Conference Announces Rebranding

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New 'HOSPITAL 100' Name Reflects Shifts in Acute Care Sector

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... 'community' name no longer reflects the current dynamics of the market, nor the direction we see it heading.

The Community Hospital 100 conference (CH100) has announced its rebranding to HOSPITAL 100, leading into its 5th edition this fall in San Diego.

CH100 launched in 2009 as a conference for the c-suite of community hospitals, including many independent organizations. With the introduction of the ACA and its subsequent implications for the hospital sector, CH100 began its repositioning in 2012 to accommodate a rapidly growing attendee base of mid-range hospitals and health systems.

"We have always gathered the most progressive leaders from throughout the country, and developed the most thoughtful and leading edge content available to both hospitals and health systems. But the 'community' name no longer reflects the current dynamics of the market, nor the direction we see it heading," said Eileen Baird, Managing Director of HOSPITAL 100.

"This rebranding will not change the core premise of our program. Rather, it ensures that our brand is fully aligned with our mission - which is to advance excellence in leadership, strategy, innovation and best practices among leading hospitals and health systems, while improving the effectiveness and efficiencies of our healthcare system. "

Attendance at HOSPITAL 100 will continue to be limited to 100 provider organizations.

October 19 to 21, 2014
Park Hyatt Aviara, Carlsbad, CA

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Founded in 1998, Lincoln Healthcare Group (LHG) has created a successful formula for bringing together senior level executives. Our conferences provide a private environment where business leaders can meet to discuss current trends, challenges and opportunities facing their industry.

Our format features an extensive program where primarily C-level executives present individually or as panelists. The result is exceptional peer-to-peer learning.

Importantly, we are not affiliated with an industry organization and thereby are poised to bring independent analysis. We are supported in large part by leading industry suppliers who recognize the need for this kind of meeting and value being a part of it.

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