IHI Forum

IHI Forum

Format:
In-Person
When:
Dec 08–11, 2024
Where:
Orlando, FL, USA
General Conference Fee:
$1295* (through September 30, 2024)
Livestream Fee:
$345*

Forum Attendees: Access the Forum 2023 Event Lobby Here

Group rates are available, see pricing options

*Prices listed are in USD

The IHI Forum is a four-day conference that has been the home of quality improvement in health care for more than 30 years. Dedicated improvement professionals from across the globe will be convening to tackle health care's most pressing challenges: improvement capability, patient and workforce safety, equity, climate change, artificial intelligence, and more.
2024 Forum Early Bird Pricing: Register by September 30, 2024 and save $300 on general conference registration! 

Agenda

2024 Agenda will be posted at the end of July, 2024.

View the Agenda for IHI Forum 2023

IHI Forum Topic Tracks

​Building Improvement CapabilityStrengthen capability for improvement by embedding a culture of continuous improvement throughout a system. 
Chief Quality Officer​​Collaborating with peers to explore the systems and structures fortifying strategic quality initiatives. Delve into the influential forces of people, policies, and practices shaping the forefront of the field.
Digital Today, Digital TomorrowRecognizing in today's rapidly evolving health care landscape, technology is more than just a tool; it's a catalyst for unprecedented change. Sessions address how AI, advanced analytics, and digital technologies are disrupting and enhancing every facet of health care, including actionable strategies to navigate the complexities of the digital health care landscape.
​Equity 
 
Improving systems changes to ensure everyone has the opportunity to attain their full health potential, including improving access, quality, and/or health and well-being outcomes with communities that have been systematically marginalized based on characteristics linked to discrimination or exclusion, and improving for all; naming racism and other forms of oppression/advantage, how they impact health outcomes and health care quality, and strategies to address.
​Improvement Science & MethodsMethods focused sessions describing how the concepts, methods, and tools of improvement science and related disciplines (e.g., implementation science) and novel applications (e.g., AI) can be applied to drive meaningful improvements in health and health care.
LeadershipEngaging leaders at all levels in driving results within health and health care. 
Let's Talk About MoneyUnderstanding the dynamics of healthcare expenses isn't just an option, it's a necessity in paving the way for a future where quality care is accessible to all. Dive into the labyrinth of rising healthcare costs that grip individuals, families, and entire societies worldwide.
Patient and Workforce Safety 
 
Making the health care continuum safer by improving safety and reducing harm to patients and those who care for them This includes physical, psychological and emotional harm.
​Population HealthImproving the health outcomes of a community involves not only improving individual well-being but also ensuring equitable distribution of these outcomes among its members. Sessions reflect work in the fields of maternal and child health, behavioral health and well-being, as well as linkages and collaborations between sectors.
Workforce Well-BeingProviding proven methods and resources to enable the workforce to truly thrive — not just persevere.

Continuing Education

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Jointly Accredited Provider Interprofessional Continuing Education

In support of improving patient care, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

 

As a Jointly Accredited Organization, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved under this program. Regulatory boards are the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. Social workers completing this course receive up to 17 general continuing education credits.

 

Continuing Education information for the 2024 IHI Forum will be posted soon.

Fees

In-person: Orlando, FL, USA

General Conference (December 10–11)

Early Bird: $1295 (through September 30, 2024)

Regular Price: $1,595

Pre-Conference (December 8): $445

Pre-Conference (December 9): $645

Forum Livestream: $345 

Review our Cancellation Policy
 

Groups of 3 or more benefit from a discounted rate on the full IHI Forum price. Group discounts do not apply to pre-conference registrations. 

Note: The group discount is for the regular rate and does not apply to the early bird rate.

​Group Size​In-Person General Conference Rate
​350​$1,295 per person
​51100​$1,276 per person
​101250​$1,196 per person
​251500​$1,117 per person
​500+​$1,037 per person

If you are registering three or more people, the group rate will automatically apply to your rate. To register a group of 51 or more people, fill out this Group Registration form.

Prices listed are in USD.

Logistics

The IHI Forum will take place at:

Orlando World Center Marriott 
8701 World Center Drive 
Orlando, FL, USA 
32821

IHI Forum 2024 room block rate information and booking link coming soon!
 

Local Hotels

Courtyard Orlando Lake Buena Vista in the Marriott Village

Springhill Suites Orlando Marriott

Fairfield Inn & Suites Lake Buena Vista in the Marriot Village

Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center

Caribe Royale

Buena Vista Suites

Airport Shuttle Service

IHI will provide complimentary shuttle service from the Marriott World Center to Orlando International Airport on the last day of the Forum, Wednesday, December 11, from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Shuttles will depart from the main Convention Center Entrance.

Code of Conduct

View the IHI Forum 2024 Code of Conduct.

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Accessibility Information

IHI strives to design events that feel safe, inclusive, and accessible to all. During the Forum we want to create the best experience for everyone. The following information will help you plan your Forum experience and answer questions you may have about accessibility.

Who to contact during the Forum:
If you need assistance while attending, including audio assistance, or picking up a scooter or wheelchair, you can contact us in the following ways:   

  • At the Forum badge pick-up desk, located in Convention Center Foyer  
  • At the onsite registration desk, located in the Cypress Rotunda

You can also look out for members of the Forum team who’ll be wearing blue IHI polo shirts and a white name badge.

Jerilyn L. Crain

Patient Advocate,​​ Kaiser Permanente

Patient Advocate,​​ Kaiser Permanente

"It is m​y favorite event of the ye​ar.”

Angela Kramer

Director, Ba​yCare Health System​​

Director, Ba​yCare Health System​​

“The best conference in health care.”

Gaye Hay

Director Accreditation, Hendrick Health System

Director Accreditation, Hendrick Health System

"I [attend] every opportunity I​ get."

Kenneth Boren

Pre​sident,​ Boren Family Foundation

Pre​sident,​ Boren Family Foundation

"Enjoyable and soul enriching."

Need Help?

Email info@ihi.org

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