The ASC Virtual Forum is a unique way to learn from professionals who do exactly what you do.
MAY 17-19, 2021 | VIRTUAL
Bringing People Together to Help Each Other
The ASC Virtual Forum is three days of uniquely structured interactive roundtable sessions, information sharing and networking - 100% online! Get introduced to dozens of others responsible for ambulatory surgery centers as well as senior representatives from the vendor community who will share how they’re approaching industry issues. The Forum is your opportunity to get insights on an immediate issue, learn what is working for your peers and what isn't, and gain new relationships with colleagues from across North America.
A Custom Agenda Based on Your Needs
The ASC Virtual Forum team reviews your application to understand more about you, your facility, and how we can support your initiatives. Based upon your application and then a selection process that you drive, we will develop a custom agenda that introduces you to the people you’re interested in meeting, and who are interested in meeting with you. You are going to spend three partial days in interactive and topical meetings, roundtable discussions, and networking.
How to Participate
To be eligible for the ASC Virtual Forum, you must direct, manage, or be a decision-maker for a Hospital Outpatient Department or Free Standing ASC facility with a minimum of two ORs. Your title should be Medical Director, Clinical Director, Clinical Manager, Director of Nursing, Administrative Director, Physician/Owner, or you should have a minimum of five years in the industry. You should have challenges that you are interested in sharing, a willingness to help others, and a desire to learn about products or services that can help you in the next 6 to 18 months. You should be comfortable networking with other industry professionals in both structured and unstructured environments.
Don’t take our word for it…
SEE WHAT INDUSTRY LEADERS LIKE YOU HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE THE OR LEADERSHIP SUMMIT.
I’m sure you’ve heard it hundreds’ of times, but it never hurts to promote a good thing. THANK YOU for the opportunity and the experience! Seriously, very well done. I’ve not experienced an event like this before, and it was incredibly beneficial. I hope you ask me back again!
Lance Wilber, Anchorage, AK