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Welcome to AOHP 2015 National Conference Agenda page. 

Start planning now to attend the 2015 AOHP National Conference in San Francisco from September 9-12, 2015. It is never too early to make plans and to ensure that your time and expenses are budgeted to attend. If you need help to justify your conference attendance with your supervisor, contact AOHP Headquarters for assistance in articulating the value at info@aohp.org

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avatar for Ann Scott Blouin, RN, PhD, FACHE

Ann Scott Blouin, RN, PhD, FACHE

Ann Scott Blouin, PhD, RN, FACHE, is the Executive Vice President of Customer Relations at The Joint Commission. In this position, she focuses on building external customer and stakeholder relationships, primarily in the hospital and health system market. She gathers customer ideas and feedback, assisting in guiding business development and customer retention strategies. From 2008 to 2012, Dr. Blouin held the position of Executive Vice President for the Division of Accreditation and Certification Operations at The Joint Commission. Her responsibilities included executive leadership of accreditation and certification for more than 20,000 healthcare organizations and programs, including all activities related to surveys, eligibility and application processes, customer account management and federal deeming compliance requirements. The hospital, critical access hospital and laboratory programs reported through this division. Dr. Blouin also administered accreditation and certification policy development, surveyor education and development, survey technology, and the ongoing development and refinement of accreditation process components.