Join us for this inspiring and motivating event that will unite thousands of health care leaders, visionaries, and front-line practitioners from around the world. It’s a unique opportunity not just to listen and learn, but to be part of changes that will impact the future of health care. IHI’s National Forum will reinvigorate you, expose you to new ways of thinking, and empower you to play an active role in what happens next. This event engages you with a breadth of Learning Labs, Minicourses, keynote presentations, and plentiful opportunities for networking. With the health care industry evolving every day, there’s never been a better—or more critical—time to attend.
Why Attend the National Forum?
"I look forward to it every year...I find it an enriching event where there are many lessons to be learned — some of which I found myself implementing as soon as I got back home. In addition, it's great to be around so many like-minded individuals striving to create a better health care system." — Laurence Karper, Vice Chair, Psychiatry, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Pennsylvania
"With all the rapid changes taking place around health care quality, I have often felt overwhelmed. Attending the National Forum is my lifeline — I always return with wonderful ideas to improve patient care at my organization." — Laurie LaFlamme, Quality Improvement Coordinator, Penobscot Valley
"I just have to tell you how excited [our Medical Director] was upon her return from the IHI National Forum! She had so many new ideas for either establishing new initiatives or improving things we are already doing. She was bursting at the seams as she talked about it!" — Norma Portnoy, Executive Director of Community Health Services, Colorado
"The National Forum sparks a surge of new ideas and allows attendees to think through the whole process of change, with a focus on doing it well." — Lander Cooney, CEO, Community Health Partners, Montana
"The National Forum is excellent, a great venue to learn from the experts, catch up on what’s new, network with colleagues, and get my batteries re-charged!" — Alison L. Hong, MD, Interim Vice President, Quality and Patient Safety, Connecticut Hospital Association