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Leading in the New Healthcare

  • Thursday, June 15, 2017
  • 8:00 AM
  • Friday, June 16, 2017
  • 12:00 PM
  • The Saratoga Hilton - 534 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866
  • 75


  • This registration is valid for admittance only to the State Conference sessions on June 15, 2017.
  • This registration is valid for admittance only to the State Conference sessions on June 15, 2017.
  • This registration is valid for admittance only to the State Conference sessions on June 16, 2017.
  • This registration is valid for admittance only to the State Conference sessions on June 16, 2017.
  • Register on or before May 7, 2017.
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Cancellation of conference registration is subject to a $65 processing fee. Cancellations must be faxed or sent via email on or before May 19, 2016. No partial or full refund will be made after this date or for failure to attend.
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Leading in the New Healthcare

The 2017 New York MGMA State Conference

Our Keynote speaker

Laurie Baedke, MHA, FACHE, FACMPE

A sought-after speaker, author, and advisor, Laurie Baedke works with individuals and teams from early careerists to C-Suite executives. She consults with physician groups and hospitals nationwide.

Laurie holds a bachelor's degree in human services and business administration and a master's degree in healthcare administration.

At age 26, she became the youngest individual to achieve board certification as a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). She is also a board certified Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE), and a member of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA). Laurie also holds certification by the Gallup Organization as a Strengths Performance Coach. She currently serves as a faculty member and the Director of Healthcare Leadership at Creighton University.

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Strengths-Based Leadership:  Leveraging Talent for Organizational Outcomes

How can leaders tap in to the true potential of their organization’s greatest asset, their employees?  Today, a company’s market value depends less on its tangible assets and more on its human capital.  Great leaders and great organizations must not only accommodate the fact that each employee is different, they must capitalize on these differences. They must watch for clues to each employee's natural talents and then position and develop each employee so that his or her talents are transformed into bona fide strengths. By changing the way healthcare organizations select, measure, develop, and channel the careers of their people, they can build an entire culture around the strengths of each individual.

During this highly interactive workshop, we will use the results of your personalized StrengthsFinder assessment to learn more about your unique talents and strengths, and understand how to leverage them for performance and engagement.  The program provides leaders with knowledge and strategies to create, implement, and sustain a high-performance culture, wherein they teach all employees to identify, deploy, and develop their strengths, and wherein they design and build each role in the organization to create top performance capacity.


Mastering the Habits of Successful Leaders
This dynamic and interactive session examines the habits and attributes of peak performers gleaned from healthcare leadership studies in healthcare and other industries. Making even modest changes in habits is shown to produce significant performance impact. Attendees will walk away with a practical action plan to put these practices to work to achieve greater success and engagement in their personal and professional lives.

In addition...

“Speed Dating” with your Peers
Discuss challenges and opportunities with your peers. You can “speed date” as many times as you would like during this session, as you choose from a variety of topics.

Top Ten Risks of the Physician Office Setting

There are many risk management strategies that providers and practices can implement to decrease the potential risk of liability and improve patient safety in the office practice setting. Adoption of the recommendations offered during the presentation will assist in the development of a well-rounded risk management program that can reduce the risk of patient injury.

The Final Handoff - How Boomers Can Help the Next Generations Succeed

This session will help you to: identify what critical knowledge a 'soon to retire' healthcare leader has that needs to be passed on to the Millennials and Gen-Xer's; create a modified version of mentoring (and 'reverse mentoring') which can provide 'the vehicle' for establishing a positive environment for the handoff.

Are You Smarter Than a Fellow?

Play the ACMPE Game to see how much you actually know on your way to certification or Fellowship.

The State of Healthcare in America - A Washington Update

Attendees will learn about breaking legislative and regulatory developments affecting medical groups, gaining a deeper understanding of these changes and their impact on the day-to-day activities of medical group practices. Additionally, attendees will learn what resources are available to clarify these federal initiatives.

Our Friday Conference Workshop...

Engaging Providers for Practice Transformation

Lauri Miro, MBA, RN, PCMH CCE
Vice President of Consulting Services
The Halley Consulting Group

This session will focus on engaging providers to drive performance from the practice level up through the organization, sharing best practices and principles.  The discussion will focus on what a transformed practice looks like relative to provider, employee, and patient engagement, service and clinical quality, financial stability. It will cover governance principles which engage providers, and an appropriate implementation management framework. The session will also introduce tools to measure effective collaboration and to manage the performance required for true practice transformation.

Conference Brochure

About the Venue

The Saratoga Hilton hotel puts you right in the heart of the action – located along Broadway, minutes from Saratoga Race Course and steps from vibrant dining, shopping, and nightlife spots.

Overnight Accommodations

Sleep rooms are available at the Saratoga Hilton hotel for Thursday, June 15, 2017. This room block will end May 15, 2017.; Room rates are guaranteed for $169.00/night.

The Saratoga Hilton Hotel is Sold Out.

Saratoga Hilton Hotel - SOLD OUT

Overflow hotel - Courtyard by marriott

Additional sleep room reservations can be made through the Courtyard by Marriott Saratoga Springs Hotel, located at 11 Excelsior Ave, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Reservations can be made through the link below or by calling 1-866-210-9325.

Reserve your hotel room


New York MGMA Members can register additional individuals from their practice to attend the conference at the discounted Member Rate. Simply complete and return all registration forms together.

Earn Continuing Education Units

Earn up to 9.5 continuing education unit hours from ACMPE — The American College of Medical Practice Executives. Our programs are eligible for continuing education units as awarded by other professional associations. We recommend that you contact your professional association for their approval process.

The New York State Education Department, Professional Licensing Services has approved CPEs for Certified Public Accountants.


Self Parking for Hotel Guests is $10.00 per vehicle per night.; Hotel parking is also available for day guests for $5.00 for up to four hours, $10.00 for over four hours.; Prices are inclusive of tax.


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