2024 THT Healthcare Governance Conference

Join Texas Healthcare Trustees and more than 400 board members and hospital CEOs from around the state at the Healthcare Governance Conference. Let's talk all things health care including workforce solutions, compliance infrastructure, governance best practices, the rapidly changing political and regulatory environment and much more! THT looks forward to welcoming you and your hospital and health system peers in-person or virtually in July 2024!

Register Here

Featured Speakers

Steve Berkowitz, M.D., Expert in Health Care Consulting, AI, Strategic Planning, Physician Enterprise and Trustee Education 

Amer Kaissi, Ph.D., Professional Speaker and Executive Coach, and Professor, Health Care Administration, Trinity University, San Antonio

Paul Keckley, Health Economist and Leading Expert on U.S. Health Industry Trends and Reform, Washington D.C. 

In-Person Venue
Grand Hyatt San Antonio Riverwalk

600 E Market St, San Antonio, TX 78205

Reduced room rate for conference attendees: $244/night
Reservation cut-off date: July 9, 2024
Phone Reservations: 725/201-7415

THT works with a third-party organization, Connections Housing, to manage hotel reservations. Do not call the hotel direct. Please use the phone number or online link above.

In an effort to ensure that all conference registrants get a hotel reservation at the host hotel, all hotel reservations without an accompanying conference registration will be dropped by May 6, 2024

Agenda

Thursday, July 25 – Pre-Conference

8 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
THT Golf Tournament
The Historic Brackenridge Park Golf Course

7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Registration

7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Exhibit Hall Open

7:30-8:30 a.m.
Networking Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

8:30 a.m.-Noon
New Board Member Orientation & Refresher*

  • 8:30-9:30 a.m.
    Board Member Orientation
    Fletcher Brown, J.D., 
    Partner, Holland & Knight LLP, Austin; and Kevin Reed, J.D., Partner, Reed, Claymon, Meeker & Hargett, PLLC, Austin
    Are you a newly appointed hospital board member? Are you seeking to enhance your knowledge and skills to effectively contribute to the success of your hospital? This session will provide you with a basic understanding of the role of a hospital board member, characteristics of successful boards, and provide strategies and tools for effective governance.
  • 9:30-10:30 a.m.
    Quality 101 for Health Care Boards
    Karen Kendrick, RN, 
    Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety, Texas Hospital Association Foundation, Austin
    This session is a must-attend for new board members or for board members that would like to refresh their knowledge and skills in providing quality oversight to ensure the highest standards of care. Attendees will gain insights into implementing effective quality oversight practices, including how to interpret data and what questions to ask to gain an effective understanding of your organization’s care-delivery performance.

10:30-11 a.m.
Morning Break 

  • 11 a.m.-Noon
    Introduction to Hospital Finance
    Deborah Whitley, 
    Partner, Healthcare, FORVIS, Waco
    This session will cover some of the unique aspects of health care finance and how to better understand key items on the hospital’s financial statements and key financial statement metrics. The presentation will address what board members need to understand about how hospitals are paid for services provided and unique areas of cost.

Noon-1 p.m.
Pre-Conference Luncheon

1-5 p.m.
Advanced Board Strategies Workshop*

  • 1-2:30 p.m.
    Compliance: What’s New (And What’s Not) in Texas Health Care
    Heather De La Garza-Barone, J.D.,
    Associate General Counsel; and Cesar Lopez, J.D., Vice President of Legal Affairs, Texas Hospital Association, Austin
    This session will cover the top legal compliance issues facing hospitals today with insights on new laws and revisions coming out of the 88th Texas Legislative Session that are going into effect during the interim. The speakers will put specific emphasis on areas of high-risk for hospitals and the implications of non-compliance.

2:30-3 p.m.
Afternoon Break

  • 3-4 p.m.
    Advanced Hospital Finance
    Anna Stelter, Vice President of Policy; and Matt Turner, Senior Director of Quality and Payment, Texas Hospital Association, Austin
    This session will dive one step deeper into hospital payment models including Medicare, Medicaid, PPOs and more. In addition, the speaker will review the latest issues having the biggest impact on the current economic environment.
  • 4-5 p.m.
    Ethics in Health Care Governance
    Jeff Wurzburg, J.D., Senior Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, San Antonio
    This session will delve into the ethical challenges in health care governance, identifying the main areas where hospitals and boards commonly encounter trouble. We will review the gray areas of governance, such as conflicts of interest and executive compensation, supported by insightful case studies to illustrate these complex issues.

5-6 p.m.
Welcome to San Antonio Reception

*Separate registration fee applies

Friday, July 26 – Main Conference Day One

7 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Registration

7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Exhibit Hall Open 

7:30-8:30 a.m.
Networking Breakfast and Bite-Sized Education Session

8:30-10 a.m.
Opening General Session
Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: What Health Care Leaders Need to Know

Steve Berkowitz, M.D., Expert in Health Care Consulting, AI, Strategic Planning, Physician Enterprise and Trustee Education

Explore the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence and its profound implications for health care executives and providers. Dr. Berkowitz delves into fundamental AI concepts, including machine learning and neural networks, while highlighting their application in health care. Attendees will gain insight into the present and future impact of AI on patient care delivery, alongside a discussion of the ethical considerations and necessity for regulatory frameworks in navigating this transformative technology.

10-10:45 a.m.
Morning Break in the Exhibit Hall and Bite-Sized Education Session

10:45-11:45 a.m.
Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  • State and Federal Policy Update
    Jennifer Banda, J.D., Senior Vice President of Advocacy and Public Policy, Texas Hospital Association, Austin, and John Henderson, President and CEO, Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals, Austin
    This session will provide a recap of the bills and policies that were passed (and not passed) during the 88th Texas Legislative Session as well as review the interim charges that will inform the 89th Texas Legislative Session. The speakers will put emphasis on the bills most impacting Texas hospitals. Don’t miss this chance to stay informed on the latest developments in Texas health care policy.
  • Getting Past Stop
    Brian Haapala, MHSA,
    CEO, Stroudwater Capital Partners, Portland, Maine
    In this session, participants will explore strategies for capital investments and planning within health care organizations. This session will cover funding methods, long-term strategic integration, critical questions for board members, and practical steps to get started, including best practices and case studies.
  • Questions at the Grocery Store: How to Answer From the Potato Chip Aisle
    Doug Morse,
    Principal, ExecHQ, Des Moines, IA
    This interactive session offers specific tips to help hospital governance leaders answer unexpected questions in unexpected places. Participants will learn to answer questions effectively and appropriately in the community. Case studies and real-world examples will be shared so board members, physicians and anyone with governance responsibilities will be prepared as needed.
  • AdminLeadership: Meeting Minutes, Policies and Open Meetings
    Craig Carter, J.D.,
    Co-Founding Partner, and Brian Jackson, J.D., Co-Founding Partner, Jackson & Carter, PLLC, Austin
    This session aims to equip administrators, governance liaisons or new board members with the essential knowledge to effectively document and manage meeting minutes, ensuring legal compliance and clarity. Additionally, the session will cover the critical governing documents that need regular review and updates, providing foundational knowledge for those stepping into governance roles within their hospitals. Participants will explore risk management strategies, understand the responsibilities of both non-profit and public hospitals, and learn what information should be made publicly accessible post-meeting.
  • Board Chair Track
    Leading with Impact: Best Practices for High-Performing Board Chairs
    Chris Benson, MHA, FACHE, Executive Director, Juniper Advisory, and Todd Linden, MA, FACHE, Partner, Linden Consulting
    This session delves into the essential roles and responsibilities of a board chair, emphasizing the importance of clear distinctions between the chair and other board members. It also focuses on strengthening board-management relations through effective communication and conflict resolution. Additionally, participants will learn techniques for conducting efficient meetings and strategies for crisis management and risk mitigation to ensure the board’s high performance.

Noon-1:30 p.m.
Trustee Awards Luncheon

1:30-2:30 p.m.
Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  • Advocacy 101 for Hospital Board Members
    Joe Gagen,
    Legislative Grassroots Trainer, Austin
    This session is designed to equip attendees with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively advocate for their hospital in the community and with policymakers. Participants will learn best practices for engaging stakeholders, building key relationships, and communicating their hospital’s mission and vision to decision-makers.
  • Minimizing Impact and Restoring Operations: Lessons Learned from Cyberattacks
    Joe Freudenberger,
    CEO, OakBend Medical Center, Richmond; moderated by Fernando Martinez, Ph.D., Chief Strategy Officer, Texas Hospital Association, Austin; additional panelists coming soon
    Cyberattacks continue to rise in today’s environment on both large and small organizations. Join us for a crucial breakout session focusing on navigating through a ransomware event specifically tailored for hospitals. We’ll delve into proactive strategies to fortify your hospital’s cybersecurity defenses, including robust backup systems and employee training protocols. Learn from industry experts and hospital leaders about what to expect when faced with this scenario and key questions board members must ask to safeguard their organization.
  • Navigating Hospital Governance: Understanding Credentialing and Peer Review Processes
    Ellee Cochran, J.D.,
    Partner; and Ashley Todd, J.D., Partner, Husch Blackwell LLP, Houston
    This session will provide a high-level overview of the credentialing and peer review process for hospital board members to understand how the process fits in with overall hospital operations, including the board’s role. The speakers will review the basics of peer review confidentiality and immunity for the hospital and individuals participating in the peer review process. Attendees will be able to review examples of high-risk situations where the peer review process and these concepts come into play.
  • AdminLeadership Track: Best Practices in Governance
    Ashley Bellew,
    Senior Administration Manager, OakBend Medical Center, Richmond; Kara Klement, Director of Governance Services, Texas Health Resources, Dallas; and Annabell Verdusco, Executive Assistant to the CEO, Uvalde Memorial Hospital
    Moderated by Sharon Beasley, Senior Director of Governance, Texas Hospital Association, Austin
    Attend this informative discussion essential session designed for administrative professionals and essential governance staff to explore diverse governance structures, tackle the unique challenges they present and uncover opportunities for improvement. Attendees will gain insights into the pivotal roles and responsibilities of a governance liaison and learn practical tips and innovative strategies that have led to success. Panelists will reflect on lessons learned, share what keeps them up at night, and discuss how they effectively manage their time using various tools and programs.
  • Board Chair Track
    Real World Board Governance: Expert Insights and Open Q&A

    Chris Benson, MHA, FACHE, Executive Director, Juniper Advisory; and Todd Linden, MA, FACHE, Partner, Linden Consulting
    This session provides an opportunity for board chairs to exchange best practices and innovative strategies, enhancing their leadership skills through peer insights. It promotes collaboration and networking, encouraging a culture of openness and mutual learning. Participants will also discuss methods to improve governance and oversight while addressing real-world challenges with practical solutions.

2:30-3:15 p.m.
Afternoon Break in the Exhibit Hall and Bite-Sized Education Session

3:15-4:30 p.m.
Afternoon General Session
Humbitious: The Power of Low-Ego and High-Drive Leadership

Amer Kaissi, Ph.D., Professional Speaker and Executive Coach, and Professor, Health Care Administration, Trinity University, San Antonio

In leadership, humility is not a weakness. It is actually a strength, and it can be a superpower when combined with ambition. Building on his experience as an executive coach, research from organizational and sport teams, and stories of successful (and not-so-successful) leaders, Amer shows why self-aware, appreciative, open-minded and ambitious leaders can lead their teams and organizations to high performance, and why self-centered ones can only have short-term success. He provides specific take-home behaviors for leaders to implement immediately and transform the way they lead.

4:30-5:30 p.m.
Noble Allen Silent Auction and Reception
Attendees, guests and sponsors alike are welcome to attend this special reception and silent auction. Enjoy food and beverages while browsing a variety of items and experiences available at the auction. THT uses funds raised from this auction to continue to provide high-quality governance programs for our members.

 

Saturday, July 27 – Main Conference Day Two

7:30-11 a.m.
Registration

7:30-8:30 a.m.
Certified Healthcare Trustee Breakfast
Paul Keckley,
Health Economist and Leading Expert on U.S. Health Industry Trends and Reform, Washington D.C.

7:30-8:30 a.m.
General Attendee Breakfast

8:30-9:30 a.m.
Concurrent Breakout Sessions

  • Critical Care, Critical Security: Hospital Cyber Defense Essentials
    Ernesto Ballesteros, J.D., MS, CISSP, CISA, Cybersecurity State Coordinator of Texas, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Austin
    Moderated by Fernando Martinez, Ph.D., Chief Strategy Officer, Texas Hospital Association, Austin
    Learn from industry experts about effective incident response plans and communication strategies to mitigate the impact of ransomware attacks on patient care and operations. Walk away equipped with actionable insights and methods to safeguard your hospital’s digital infrastructure and ensure continuity of critical health care services in the face of cyber threats.
  • Equity in Health Care – Understanding Your Market Through a Health Equity Lens
    Lindsay Corcoran, Senior Consultant, Stroudwater Associates
    This presentation delves into the crucial role of understanding market dynamics through a health equity lens. Corcoran will explore why an understanding of the community’s health needs, disparities and social determinates is essential for effective decision-making and improving health outcomes. Attendees will learn the importance of health data and how to leverage that data to inform strategic decision-making, as well as explore strategies for incorporating health equity principles into hospital planning, resource allocation and community engagement efforts.
  • Legal Aspects of Governance vs. Management
    Kenya Woodruff, J.D.,
    Partner and National Chair, Health Care Practice and Deputy General Counsel, Katten
    Navigating the legal landscape between governance and management is critical for hospital trustees. This session will explore the legal liabilities trustees face when delving too deeply into operational matters. The speaker will review CMS and Joint Commission governance responsibilities, including frequently cited tags related to hospital governance. Real-world examples and case studies will be provided to illustrate these challenges and offer practical insights for avoiding legal pitfalls.
  • Governing Board and Contract Management: CMS, TJC, and DNV Requirements
    Laura Dixon, J.D., RN, CPHRM,
    President, Healthcare Risk Education and Consulting, LLC, Denver
    Dixon will review the critical responsibilities and standards mandated by CMS Conditions of Participation for hospital governing boards and C-suite executives. This session explores the parallel requirements set forth by accrediting bodies like The Joint Commission and DNV Healthcare, emphasizing the importance of effective contract management and oversight. Gain insights into ensuring compliance and operational excellence through thorough evaluation processes and performance indicators, vital for maintaining accreditation and meeting regulatory standards.
  • The Leadership Outlook: Five Critical Trends Facing Today’s Leaders
    Jeff Whitehorn,
    Executive Coach/Speaker/Author/Facilitator, Whitehorn Coaching and Consulting
    Leading a team in the right direction is imperative for success. However, leaders must be aware of critical trends within the marketplace that will have a direct impact on their strategic outcomes. These trends, if addressed properly, can provide the leader with a competitive advantage. The speaker will discuss five critical trends that leaders must address in order to achieve success in the current health care landscape.

9:45-11 a.m.
Closing General Session
Megatrends Impacting the US Health Care Industry

Paul Keckley, Health Economist and Leading Expert on U.S. Health Industry Trends and Reform, Washington D.C.

In what is sure to be an informative closing session, Paul Keckley will dive into the transformative forces reshaping the US health care landscape. From regulatory reforms and disruptive clinical innovations to the rise of data-driven health care and new competitors, he will explore key dynamics influencing the industry. Attendees will learn how employer activism, plan growth, consumerism and other industry disruptions are creating new realities and opportunities for Texas hospitals.

11 a.m.
Adjourn

Livestream Agenda

Thursday, July 25 – Pre-Conference

8:30 a.m.-Noon
New Board Member Orientation & Refresher*

  • 8:30-9:30 a.m.
    Board Member Orientation
    Fletcher Brown, J.D., Partner, Holland & Knight LLP, Austin; and Kevin Reed, J.D., Partner, Reed, Claymon, Meeker & Hargett, PLLC, Austin
    Are you a newly appointed hospital board member? Are you seeking to enhance your knowledge and skills to effectively contribute to the success of your hospital? This session will provide you with a basic understanding of the role of a hospital board member, characteristics of successful boards, and provide strategies and tools for effective governance.
  • 9:30-10:30 a.m.
    Quality 101 for Health Care Boards
    Karen Kendrick, RN, Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety, Texas Hospital Association Foundation, Austin
    This session is a must-attend for new board members or for board members that would like to refresh their knowledge and skills in providing quality oversight to ensure the highest standards of care. Attendees will gain insights into implementing effective quality oversight practices, including how to interpret data and what questions to ask to gain an effective understanding of your organization’s care-delivery performance.

10:30-11 a.m.
Morning Break 

  • 11 a.m.-Noon
    Introduction to Hospital Finance
    Deborah Whitley, Partner, Healthcare, FORVIS, Waco
    This session will cover some of the unique aspects of health care finance and how to better understand key items on the hospital’s financial statements and key financial statement metrics. The presentation will address what board members need to understand about how hospitals are paid for services provided and unique areas of cost.

1-5 p.m.
Advanced Board Strategies Workshop*

  • 1-2:30 p.m.
    Compliance: What’s New (And What’s Not) in Texas Health Care
    Heather De La Garza-Barone, J.D., Associate General Counsel; and Cesar Lopez, J.D., Vice President of Legal Affairs, Texas Hospital Association, Austin
    This session will cover the top legal compliance issues facing hospitals today with insights on new laws and revisions coming out of the 88th Texas Legislative Session that are going into effect during the interim. The speakers will put specific emphasis on areas of high-risk for hospitals and the implications of non-compliance.

2:30-3 p.m.
Afternoon Break

  • 3-4 p.m.
    Advanced Hospital Finance
    Anna Stelter,
    Vice President of Policy; and Matt Turner, Senior Director of Quality and Payment, Texas Hospital Association, Austin
    This session will dive one step deeper into hospital payment models including Medicare, Medicaid, PPOs and more. In addition, the speaker will review the latest issues having the biggest impact on the current economic environment.
  • 4-5 p.m.
    Ethics in Health Care Governance
    Jeff Wurzburg, J.D., Senior Counsel, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, San Antonio
    This session will delve into the ethical challenges in health care governance, identifying the main areas where hospitals and boards commonly encounter trouble. We will review the gray areas of governance, such as conflicts of interest and executive compensation, supported by insightful case studies to illustrate these complex issues.

*Separate registration fee applies

Friday, July 26 – Main Conference Day One

8:30-10 a.m.
Opening General Session
Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: What Health Care Leaders Need to Know

Steve Berkowitz, M.D., Expert in Health Care Consulting, AI, Strategic Planning, Physician Enterprise and Trustee Education

Explore the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence and its profound implications for health care executives and providers. Dr. Berkowitz delves into fundamental AI concepts, including machine learning and neural networks, while highlighting their application in health care. Attendees will gain insight into the present and future impact of AI on patient care delivery, alongside a discussion of the ethical considerations and necessity for regulatory frameworks in navigating this transformative technology.

10:45-11:45 a.m.
Breakout Session

  • Questions at the Grocery Store: How to Answer From the Potato Chip Aisle
    Doug Morse, Principal, ExecHQ, Des Moines, IA
    This interactive session offers specific tips to help hospital governance leaders answer unexpected questions in unexpected places. Participants will learn to answer questions effectively and appropriately in the community. Case studies and real-world examples will be shared so board members, physicians and anyone with governance responsibilities will be prepared as needed.

Noon-1:30 p.m.
Trustee Awards Luncheon

1:30-2:30 p.m.
Breakout Session

  • Minimizing Impact and Restoring Operations: Lessons Learned from Cyberattacks
    Joe Freudenberger, CEO, OakBend Medical Center, Richmond; moderated by Fernando Martinez, Ph.D., Chief Strategy Officer, Texas Hospital Association, Austin; additional panelists coming soon
    Cyberattacks continue to rise in today’s environment on both large and small organizations. Join us for a crucial breakout session focusing on navigating through a ransomware event specifically tailored for hospitals. We’ll delve into proactive strategies to fortify your hospital’s cybersecurity defenses, including robust backup systems and employee training protocols. Learn from industry experts and hospital leaders about what to expect when faced with this scenario and key questions board members must ask to safeguard their organization.

3:15-4:30 p.m.
Afternoon General Session
Humbitious: The Power of Low-Ego and High-Drive Leadership

Amer Kaissi, Ph.D., Professional Speaker and Executive Coach, and Professor, Health Care Administration, Trinity University, San Antonio

In leadership, humility is not a weakness. It is actually a strength, and it can be a superpower when combined with ambition. Building on his experience as an executive coach, research from organizational and sport teams, and stories of successful (and not-so-successful) leaders, Amer shows why self-aware, appreciative, open-minded and ambitious leaders can lead their teams and organizations to high performance, and why self-centered ones can only have short-term success. He provides specific take-home behaviors for leaders to implement immediately and transform the way they lead.

Saturday, July 27 – Main Conference Day Two

8:30-9:30 a.m.
Breakout Session

  • Legal Aspects of Governance vs. Management
    Kenya Woodruff, J.D., Partner and National Chair, Health Care Practice and Deputy General Counsel, Katten
    Navigating the legal landscape between governance and management is critical for hospital trustees. This session will explore the legal liabilities trustees face when delving too deeply into operational matters. The speaker will review CMS and Joint Commission governance responsibilities, including frequently cited tags related to hospital governance. Real-world examples and case studies will be provided to illustrate these challenges and offer practical insights for avoiding legal pitfalls.

9:45-11 a.m.
Closing General Session
Megatrends Impacting the US Health Care Industry

Paul Keckley, Health Economist and Leading Expert on U.S. Health Industry Trends and Reform, Washington D.C.

In what is sure to be an informative closing session, Paul Keckley will dive into the transformative forces reshaping the US health care landscape. From regulatory reforms and disruptive clinical innovations to the rise of data-driven health care and new competitors, he will explore key dynamics influencing the industry. Attendees will learn how employer activism, plan growth, consumerism and other industry disruptions are creating new realities and opportunities for Texas hospitals.

11 a.m.
Adjourn

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Pre-Conference Workshops (Thursday, July 25)

Please note, there will be two consecutive workshops on the pre-conference day. The Board Orientation and Refresher (8:30 a.m. – Noon) and the Advanced Board Strategies Workshop (1-5 p.m.). The pricing below reflects the registration cost of each workshop.

Early 
(on or before May 17)
Regular 
(May 18 – June 21)
Late 
(after June 21)
In-Person
Member$195$225$255
Non-Member$265$295$340
Golf Tournament
Individual Golfer$175$175$175
Virtual
Member (Individual)$175$200$225
Non-Member (Individual)$200$230$260
Member (*Group)$325$365$380
Non-Member (*Group)$385$425$450

Main Conference (Friday-Saturday, July 26-27)

Early 
(on or before May 17)
Regular 
(May 18 – June 21)
Late 
(after June 21)
In-Person
Friday Only (Member & Non-Member)$195$235
Member$395$435$475
Non-Member$465$495$525
Virtual
Member (Individual)$375$415$450
Non-Member (Individual)$395$445$475
Member (*Group)$545$585$600
Non-Member (*Group)$585$615$650

*Please Note: Virtual group registration pricing allows for up to 20 individual connections per hospital. Pre-conference workshops, keynote sessions and select breakout sessions will be available to virtual attendees.

Need to register by check or ACH? Please contact [email protected].


Cancellations

The registration fee, less a 20 percent administrative charge, is refundable if notice of cancellation is received in writing by 5 p.m. on July 9, 2024. No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after this date. Should the conference be canceled, there will be a 100% refund of registration price. To cancel, send an email to [email protected] or fax to 512/692-2653.


Transferring to Virtual Registration

Should you need to transfer your in-person registration to a virtual registration, you may do so and be refunded the difference in registration costs if notice is received in writing by 5 p.m. on July 9, 2024. You may still transfer your in-person registration to a virtual registration following this date, but you will not be refunded the registration difference.

If you wish to transfer your in-person registration to an existing virtual group registration, we will refund you the in-person registration fee, less a 20% administrative charge, if notice is received in writing by 5 p.m. on July 9, 2024. You may still transfer your in-person registration to an existing virtual group registration following this date, but you will not be refunded the in-person registration.

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Questions?

Contact the Service Center at [email protected] or 512/465-1057.

THT Golf Tournament

Thursday, July 25 | Brackenridge Park Golf Course
Tee Time: 8 a.m.

Experience golf history at Brackenridge Park Golf Course, home to the Texas Golf Hall of Fame and site of the First Texas Open. The course is registered on the Texas Registry of Historic Golf Courses and the original 18-hole layout was beautifully restored in 2008 to compete with San Antonio’s top golf courses. 

Would you like to add-on the golf tournament to an existing registration? Register via PDF

Sponsor this Event

Featuring presentations from industry leaders and an expansive exhibit hall, this conference provides a unique opportunity to connect with health care leadership teams across the state.

If you are interested in registering as a vendor, download the prospectus below or contact Vicki Dale at [email protected]