Think You Don't Have a Great Idea? Think Again

April 15, 2016
Spotlight

“We’ve found that program participants really enjoy opportunities for audience interaction. They learn from sharing their stories, questions, and concerns, and getting responses from their colleagues, as well as the program presenters,” says Mary Evans, MD, CMD, Chair of the Annual Conference Planning Subcommittee. When thinking about submitting a proposal for the upcoming call for abstracts, she urges the use of tools such as case studies, videos for discussion, and small group breakouts. Success stories and experiences always make powerful programs, Dr. Evans observes. “It is always interesting to see how a facility puts together a plan to address an issue or how the team tackles a challenge or quality improvement goal.” Read more.