2021: January 6, February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1 (Combined with LA)
Our Orange County Healthcare Round Tables meet on the 1st Wednesday of the Month (with the exception of some holidays). We have been meeting via ZOOM since April, and look forward to meeting again in person – once we can do so safely, hopefully early in the New Year.
Getting Ready to Go Back to Work
Best Practices for Leading Through Trauma …that becomes the New Normal
Upping Your Game as an Absentee Leader
Your COVID-19 experience to date: with employees, clinicians, patients, and yourself
Best Practices for Dealing with Payment Reform
Closing "the Sale" After the Contract's Signed
Insights from the JP Morgan Conference - and Your Top Business Goals for 2020
Lessons Learned in Product/Service Line Extension in Healthcare
How You've Achieved Your Company's Top Growth Initiatives
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"ABL meetings cause me to both learn and think about issues that are not necessarily in my lane. The contacts and opportunities that have come from our first year at ABL have been worth many times the dues."
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"I find the insight and input I receive from fellow ABL Members to be extremely valuable."