2020 Nebraska Rural Health Conference – POSTPONED to September 2, 2020

Dear Sponsors, Exhibitors, Speakers and Participants,  

Due to the rapidly unfurling repercussions of the coronavirus outbreak, the NERHA Board of Directors have decided to delay this year’s Nebraska Rural Health Conference. We have made arrangements to hold the conference at the Younes Conference Center on Wednesday, September 2, 2020

As you know, the cases of the coronavirus are increasing across the United States where they appear poised to peak in the coming months. While Nebraska remains a relatively safe location, the NERHA Board of Directors believes that we must do our part in slowing the spread of disease and also to protect the health of our members. In addition, if the number of cases continue to increase many of our member organizations will be in the middle of caring for our rural communities including, our friends and neighbors. Taken together, the Board felt postponement is the only reasonable option at this time.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and disappointment this brings.We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through these issues of rescheduling the conference. We will have additional information regarding refunds, registrations and other logistical items in the coming days but we want to get everyone notified as soon as possible so that you can plan accordinly.   In the meantime, please direct all questions to John Roberts, Executive Director at jroberts@mwhc-inc.com

Sincerely,
The NERHA Board of Directors
March 12, 2020

BROWSE THE CONFERENCE BROCHURE

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The Nebraska Rural Health Conference is the state's largest conference, created specifically for anyone with an interest in rural health care, including rural health practitioners, hospital administrators, clinic directors and lay health workers, social workers, state and federal health employees, academics, community members and more. The Conference is a statewide forum designed to highlight public policy issues affecting rural health care, identify how the delivery of and access to rural health care are changing, and identify ways in which data and technology are improving care and access for rural populations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The Conference has been designed for rural hospital leadership (CEOs, Chief Financial Officers, Nurse Executives, Quality Managers, Board of Directors) rural physicians and midlevels, policy makers, state and local leaders, public health officials, EMS staff, clinic leadership, and educational faculty just to name a few. Take advantage of the educational and networking opportunities designed for those serving in rural health as well as community leaders, board members and rural health advocates.


Younes Conference Center
Kearney, NE

Conveniently located two blocks off Interstate 80 at Kearney, Nebraska, the Younes Conference Center is the region’s premier
conference and meeting facility. It’s the largest dedicated meeting facility between Omaha and Denver—with more than 48,000 sq. ft. of meeting and conference space.

LODGING

A block of rooms has been reserved for April 8, 2020 and the discounted rate will be available until March 19th or until the group block is sold out, whichever comes first. The Kearney Hampton Inn is a short walk from Younes Conference Center, and has easy access to I-80. They have a heated indoor pool, whirlpool, and fitness center. A free hot breakfast is served daily along with free WiFi.

Contact the Kearney Hampton Inn at:
308-234-3400.



NEBRASKA ANNUAL RURAL HEALTH CLINICS CONFERENCE

is one the fastest-growing events for rural health clinics in the state for a reason. The conference is one of a kind in that it is dedicated strictly to Rural Health Clinics (RHC). Rural health clinic staff find great value in attending this conference, from clinic managers, to physicians, to billers and coders as we offer a variety of topics. Whether you are looking to expand your RHC knowledge or keep up to date on the ever changing coding and billing rules and regulations happening in the RHC world, this conference is for you.

Registration Fees


RURAL HEALTH CONFERENCE

Member – NeRHA ………………………….………$165.00

Non-Member ……….………………………………$200.00

Students …………..…………….……………………$50.00


RURAL HEALTH CLINICS CONFERENCE

Member – NeRHA ………………………………….……$70.00

Non-Member ……………..……………………….……$100.00


2020 Sponsorship and Exhibitor Information

We invite your organization to be a Conference Sponsor of the 2020 Nebraska Rural Health Conference.  This year’s conference will be held on April 9, 2020 at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney, NE.  Sponsors are invited to contribute at different levels.

2020 Conference Sponsorship Information and Registration Form

The exhibit hall will be open Thursday, April 9th from 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM. This includes the Rural Health Award Presentation Luncheon and breaks throughout the day and where your booth will be on display for all of our conference attendees. We are continually trying to improve our participant and exhibitor’s experiences and to ensure an exceptional use of your time.

THE EXHIBITOR BOOTHS
ARE SOLD OUT