National Events

AMGA offers several opportunities for leaders to participate in national conferences and meetings throughout the year.  At a national event, you’ll have the opportunity to network with peers from across the country to enhance your role and skills as healthcare leaders. Unless otherwise indicated, each of these national meetings is open to AMGA members and non-members.

Corporate partners are encouraged to participate as well and should contact Colleen Stern to learn more about the benefits of sponsorship of these meetings.

AMGA Annual Conference

AMGA’s Annual Conference is the preeminent forum for medical groups and health system executives to discuss their challenges and successes, and to learn about best practices for healthcare management and delivery.

Save the Date for our 2023 Annual Conference!
March 28-31, 2023 
Hyatt Regency Chicago
Chicago, IL

Innovation, Quality & Leadership Conference

Over the past two years, care equity, healthcare delivery models, and technological advancements have come into focus, and healthcare executives are now implementing lessons learned to build next-generation, high-performing medical groups. These thought leaders will share their experiences with the impactful changes they’ve made that are both sustainable and scalable for future success, as well the disruptive factors sparking transformation in the healthcare industry.

September 28-October 1, 2022
Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center
Grapevine, TX (Dallas area)

Capitol Hill Day

AMGA advocates in Washington, DC, for programs and legislation that support health care providers across the country. This is an opportunity to meet face-to-face with your elected representatives and their staff to discuss issues vital to your success.

June 8-10, 2022
Phoenix Park Hotel
Washington, DC

Annual Compensation & Operations Improvement Conference

This event is designed for medical group and health system executives, physician leaders, compensation directors, general counsel, and related leaders considering compensation plan modifications as part of their strategy or responsible for medical group performance.

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