In its 10th year, the OR Business Management Conference, brings together Business Managers, Financial Directors, and other C-Suite Executives involved in running the logistics of a surgical suite. The conference builds on the content developed in each issue of OR Manager, a monthly print and digital publication, providing you with a live learning experience. Earn CEs and explore new technologies with solution providers.
Join us this February as we explore that latest reach and best practices in your choice of 5 breakouts sessions, plus keynotes and networking. Expand your business circle with a niche group of business professionals, most with 10+ years of experience in OR Management. Engage with over 40 exhibitors in the exhibit show floor and connect with some of the brightest minds during any of our networking events in the exhibit hall or receptions.
More than 400 attendees from a variety of facilities, including hospitals and outpatient surgery centers, attend the OR Business Management Conference for education and networking opportunities. Over 85% of attendees are involved with purchasing decisions within their organization.
Job Titles: Business Managers & Directors, Executives/C-Suite, Administrators, and other Perioperative Leadership Professionals involved in management of the OR.
Facilities: Community Hospitals, Academic Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Tertiary Hospitals, Children’s Hospitals, and more attend year after year
Business leaders of the surgical suite attend the OR Business Management Conference every year to get the hands-on education and experience to take back to their organizations. One of the best conferences specialized for periop business managers and directors to receive continuing education credits, engage in networking with their community, and meet with vendors that have the potential to positively impact their organizations.
Educational content is put together by the experienced program planning committee made up of education specialists, directors of surgical services, operating room managers, chief nursing officers, and other perioperative leaders. Attendees leave with tactical take-home tools that they can implement immediately, in addition to being invigorated to return to their facilities and have a valuable impact.