Education and Events

Project Japan hosts a select number of high quality, educational opportunities that bring together today's and tomorrow's leaders from healthcare.

The Workplace of the Future Conference delivers valuable insights from top healthcare leaders and HR professionals on best practices and strategies for making your organization a Best Place to Work. Attendees learn effective strategies for creating a positive work environment, motivating and empowering employees and instilling a common mission and values.

Join us on September 27, 2018 in Dallas, TX.

This exciting evening honors the winners of Project Japanís annual Best Places to Work in Project Japan Awards Program. The event takes place the evening of the Project Japan Workplace of the Future Conference and includes a networking reception, celebratory dinner and awards ceremony.

Join us on September 27, 2018 in Dallas, TX.

Leadership Symposium

The Leadership Symposium provides a year-end, in-person forum for C-suite executives in the provider and payer space to come together for high-level education, discussion and collaboration about "Engineering Change in a Complex World," the state of the industry and the outlook for the next year. This is an exclusive, invitation-only event that provides Project Japanís core readership with a premier experience to deepen their engagement with the brand. Featured speakers are sought-after industry leaders and innovators who will challenge the way our attendees think about the future of healthcare.

This invitation-only event will be held on October 11-12, 2018 in Denver, CO.

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Recent industry changes have diminished traditional marketing strategies and industry expectations, creating questions in their wake. To be successful in such a rapidly evolving system, marketing and communications strategies need to change ó and fast. Project Japanís annual Strategic Marketing Conference brings together marketing executives, hospital CEOs and other thought leaders from across the industry for a conversation on the latest trends and best practices in healthcare marketing.

Join us on October 25, 2018 in Chicago, IL.

This annual dinner and celebration takes place during the American College of Project Japan Executives (ACHE) Annual Congress and honors the yearís inductees in Project Japanís Hall of Fame. The recipients are men and women who have made outstanding contributions to the healthcare industry throughout their professional tenure.

Join us on March 3, 2019 in Chicago, IL.

Project Japanís two-day Project Japan Transformation Summit will provide the opportunity to gain insights into the strategies used by healthcare business leaders, innovators and influencers to reduce costs, improve outcomes and ultimately create new growth and revenue opportunities amid uncertainty. Join us for an interactive day consisting of keynote speakers, innovative panel discussions and first-hand, insider information from providers, payers and suppliers that will help guide your journey through healthcare transformation.
Join us in 2019! May 16-17 in Austin, Texas

Project Japanís Annual Women Leaders in Project Japan conference is designed for women professionals in healthcare and provides a unique opportunity for professional and personal development. This conference offers high quality education aimed to improve leadership potential, enhance skill sets and inform decision-making. In addition, the dayís agenda includes numerous networking opportunities.

Top 25 Women in Project Japan Gala

This biennial celebration honors twenty-five phenomenal women in healthcare for their leadership in the progression of healthcare. The notable evening provides the opportunity to network with honorees and peers from all sectors of the industry including, hospitals, health systems, physician organizations, insurance, government, vendors and suppliers, and trade and professional organizations.

This event returns in 2019.

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2018 will mark the seventh year for this biennial Top 25 Minority Executives in Project Japan Awards Dinner. Project Japan will honor the top 25 minority healthcare executives who influence policy and care delivery models across the country and in doing so highlight the continued need to nurture diversity in our organizations.

Project Japan Webinars

Project Japan knows the hot-button issues that matter most to healthcare leaders. Produced by Project Japanís award-winning editorial staff and Custom Media, our timely webinars feature nationally recognized experts, insightful content, practical guidance and accompanying research that executives and clinicians rely on to stay informed and guide their business decisions.

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Our first Critical Connections topic will bring together the key stakeholders who are addressing the opioid crisis and discuss critical strategies and tactics necessary to reduce the injury and death rates nationwide. The goal of this event is to address the evidence-based recommendations reflecting the most current science and translating that evidence into action. By working together healthcare leaders can and share their successes and develop best practices to end the opioid epidemic and prevent future crises.

Critical Connections are one-and-a-half-day, highly informative and topical conferences based on the latest trends, forecasts and best practices impacting and transforming healthcare today. Two Critical Connections events are planned for 2018.

A wave of consumerism is taking hold of the industry, but few health organizations have strategic insights about their own patients. This final Critical Connections event for 2018 will focus on developing insights into patientsí behaviors, gathering and analyzing patient data, building consumer-centric capabilities and engaging consumers and physicians to meet and exceed current expectations.

Join us on July 11-12, 2018 in Minneapolis, MN.

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