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Business: Fitzgibbon CFO among 50 to attend national leadership retreat in nation's capitol

Friday, October 5, 2012

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Roberta Nienhueser
Washington, D.C. -- Roberta Nienhueser, CPA, vice president of financial services and chief financial officer at Fitzgibbon Hospital in Marshall, is one of 50 hospital CFOs in the country selected to attend a leadership retreat Oct. 3-5 in Washington, D.C. hosted by the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

The HFMA's Sixth Annual Thought Leadership Retreat will focus on "The Future of Value: Managing Populations, Contracts and Risk" and "Collaborating in an Era of Health Reform."

The retreat convenes key stakeholders to address the accelerating pace of change and trends shaping the future of healthcare.

"I am pleased that Roberta was selected for this prestigious educational session and proud that Fitzgibbon Hospital will be represented at this summit," said Ron Ott, president and CEO of Fitzgibbon. "As a rural provider of healthcare, it is important that decision-makers shaping the future of our system get input from those of us in the Midwest and in rural locations. I am confident she will bring back creative ideas that Fitzgibbon will put to good use as we strategically plan to ensure people in Saline County and the surrounding area have access to quality health care."

Topics for the conference include industry consolidation, physician network development and employment, population management and how providers assume risk. Best practices for efficient utilization of health care resources will be analyzed, as will emerging models of care that deliver higher quality and more cost-effective care.

Keynote speaker for the event is Karen Ignagni, president and CEO of American Health Insurance Plans.

Other industry presenters at the event include McKesson Provider Technologies, Advocate Health Care, Hospital Corporation of America, Aetna Healthcare and Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP.



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