DECEMBER 2, 2021 – Kentucky REC Annual Conference

Hybrid Event with Special Guest Speakers – In Person and Virtual

Lexington Kentucky, Malone’s Prime Events Center 

We are pleased to be hosting our first ever HYBRID event to give our attendees the option to attend either in person* or virtually.

During our day together, we’ll discuss quality initiatives, HIPAA, Telehealth, and more to ensure that clinicians, hospital administrators, and clinic staff are well prepared for the challenges of modern healthcare. Our valued partners at KHIE, the Kentucky Health Information Exchange, will be presenting along with us.

We have an exciting lineup of guest speakers including Vitale Buford, who will present on Overcoming Perfectionism. She will provide our attendees with the tools to take their energy toward perfectionism and turn it into success. All registrants will receive links to session recordings after the event.

Kentucky REC Annual Conference Agenda

Thursday, December 2

8:30 — Registration
9:00 — Welcome
9:05 — Quality Improvement - Kentucky REC Quality Experts & Guest Speaker Jessica Sass, UK HealthCare

Quality Improvement Mindset: Hardwiring Adaptability and High Reliability in Healthcare – Jessica Elliott & Vance Drakeford, Kentucky REC

Implementing Population Health Management at UK HealthCare
Featuring – Jessica Sass, UK HealthCare

11:00 — Break/Networking
11:05 — Bridges to Coordinating Care: the New KHIE!
Andrew Bledsoe, Deputy Executive Director, KHIE
11:45 — Lunch/Networking
12:00 — Special Guest Speaker Vitale Buford, Transformation Coach

Overcoming Perfectionism

2:00 — Break/Networking
2:10 — HIPAA Security: Proper Safeguards are the Key to Passing an Audit
Amy Daley, Kentucky REC
3:10 — Break/Networking
3:20 — Medicare Promoting Interoperability for Hospitals

Kristina Feathers, Kentucky REC

3:50 — Making Telehealth a Permanent Solution

Robin Curnel, Kentucky REC

4:20 — Wrap-up

Questions? Contact us at Kentucky REC or call us at 859-323-3090.

*Masks are required during our in person event based on UK HealthCare COVID guidelines.