Healthcare Symposium 2023
The Healthcare Symposium is a two-day session that will help facilitate discussions by bringing together thought leaders throughout the industry to address the challenges of today and plan for the future of healthcare.
The Thursday, October 26th session is titled, “Future of Healthcare” and primarily planned by the Duval County Medical Society and its Foundation.
The Friday, October 27th session is titled “Opportunities in Healthcare in a Changing Environment” and will address the challenges identified at last year’s symposium.
Please join us for both days at the UNF Adam Herbert University Center for renowned speakers who will discuss the serious issues in healthcare today in a panel format with interactive audience participation.
City of Jacksonville
Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, MD, MPH
American Medical Association
Company Group Chairman
Ethicon Johnson & Johnson MedTec
Executive in Residence
Amy Van Sach
This event been developed and is presented locally by the American College of Healthcare Executives – North, Central, and Western Florida chapters. The American College of Healthcare Executives has awarded 15.0 ACHE in person Face-to-Face Education hours to this program. To receive credit for the entire program, your name MUST appear on each session’s sign-in sheet. For more information, please contact: Wes Marsh, FACHE, Regent, Northern & Western Florida, firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is also approved for 11.5 AMA PRA Category CME Credits by the Florida Medical Association (FMA) Committee on CME & Accreditation. UNF School of Nursing has approved the program for 15.0 CE Credits for Nurses.