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Set yourself up for success at this year’s NHIA conference

Set yourself up for success at this year’s NHIA conference

WASHINGTON – Registration for this year’s 2023 Annual Conference is “booming,” says Jennifer Charron of the National Home Infusion Association, who says it really underscores the value of face-to-face meetings. 

This year’s conference – the second in-person event since the COVID-19 pandemic – will build in extra time for that social interaction, says Charron, COO. 

“We saw last year how grateful people were to be together,” she said. “So, we’ve focused on giving people more time to talk, even if it’s just 15 or 30 minutes of unstructured time to have those conversations.” 

Early bird registration for the conference, which takes place March 25-29 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Washington, D.C., is at an all-time high. Educational sessions are offered across five tracks: clinical, leadership, RN essentials, revenue cycle and sales & marketing, as well as networking events and an exhibit hall. 

The popular Sterile Compounding Clinic is also back and in the spotlight this year, thanks to the publication of long-awaited USP General Chapter <797> standards, says Charron. 

“Providers have until the end of the year to implement a lot of these changes,” she said, “so we are doing a lot of education around this.” 

The conference also includes three general sessions with keynote speakers, including Anthony Trucks, a former NFL athlete, American Ninja Warrior on NBC and international speaker, who will provide a boost of inspiration for attendees, says Charron. 

“He’s very positive in talking about success and changing challenges and obstacles into opportunities,” she said. 

Overcoming challenges and coming up with solutions can also serve as the key takeaway for attendees, says Charron, who wants providers to feel equipped to run their businesses better. 

“They get a chance to network with other colleagues and learn what other organizations have done learn to be successful,” she said. “Come to listen to what others, meet with other providers and suppliers and just really (set themselves up) for a wonderful year.”



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