Who should attend?

The Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference is your source for the latest in operational and quality improvement tools, methods and concepts, including lean, Six Sigma, productivity, benchmarking, simulation and project management.

Anyone working in the healthcare field or related industries should attend, including:

  • Occupational nurses
  • Management engineers
  • Performance improvement specialists
  • Operational planners
  • Industrial engineers
  • Productivity improvement managers
  • Process design engineers
  • Project managers
  • Health/safety researchers
  • Hospital administrators
  • Facilities managers
  • Quality managers
  • Operations director
  • Occupational therapists
  • Strategic Planners

Attendees from the last few years came from hundreds of organizations, including:

  • Centers for Disease Control
  • Centre for Innovation and Complex Care
  • Children’s Hospital Colorado
  • Christie Clinic
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • East Tennessee Children’s Hospital
  • Franciscan St. Francis Health
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Mayo Clinic
  • MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Penn Medicine
  • Piedmont Hospital
  • Templin Management Associates Inc.
  • The Nebraska Medical Center
  • University of Southern California
  • University of Wisconsin Health
  • Western Michigan University

What past attendees have to say

  • "This was a GREAT experience. I learned so much and I want to bring everything I learned to my organization."
  • "It was a great experience for me and I definitely walked out with more than what I expected."
  • "I really enjoy the 'intimacy' of this small meeting. I am able to approach speakers and experts and there is always the time and opportunity to learn from these people."
  • "I got a lot of great ideas from the presenters and fellow conference-goers. Thank you for such a great opportunity to share and collaborate with like minds!"
  • 93 percent of attendees rate the value of the conference as greater than or equal to the cost of registration
  • More than 94 percent of attendees would attend again.