Online Registration is Now Closed for the TORCH Annual Conference & Tradeshow April 7-9, 2015
Online registration for the TORCH Annual Conference & Tradeshow is now closed. However, you can still register on-site at the conference. The 2015 Annual Conference and Tradeshow will be held at the Hyatt Regency Dallas, 300 E. Reunion Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207. Please call the hotel directly at (888) 421-1442 for room reservations or book your reservations online . PLEASE NOTE: There is limited availability at the Hyatt Regency Dallas. If you are unable to secure a room at the Hyatt Regency-Dallas, you can make a reservation at our overflow hotel. The overflow hotel is the Aloft Hotel, 1033 Young Street, Dallas, TX 75202. You can call the Aloft Hotel(877)462-5638 or book your reservations online . All programs and facilities are accessible to the handicapped. If you require assistance or have special dietary needs, please contact the conference office at (512) 873-0045 prior to the beginning of the conference.
TORCH Annual Conference & Tradeshow Conference Presentations Now Available for Download
Please click the presentation link below to download. We will have limited printed copies of the presentations available at the conference. Please note: Not all presenters have submitted their presentations yet and those that we do not have yet will be posted immediately after the conference.
Tuesday April 7th
Uncertain Futures of Rural America and Health...
Wednesday April 8th
A Bridge to a Better Future
Beyond The Pharmacy
Physician Contract Compliance Program
How to Offer High Quality Stroke Care
Thursday April 9th
The Latest "Must Know" Legal Insights for Rural Hospitals
Regulatory Q&A With CMS and Novitas
Now Available for Download - The 2014-2015 TLMI Fellows Capstone Project
Rob Samsel, from North Texas Medical Center, SuLynn Mester, from Childress Regional Medical Center, and Melissa DeLaGarza, from Hamilton Healthcare System, have successfully completed the 2014-2015 TLMI Fellows program. As part of their fellowship, they participated in a capstone project which focused on the impact a rural hospital closure has on the community. Their capstone project will be used by TORCH and other rural health organizations during the 2015 advocacy efforts at both the state and federal level. Click here to download a copy of the capstone project. Congratulations to Rob, SuLynn and Melissa for a job well done!