Save the Date: NHHA & FHC 2023 Annual Meeting

Join Us for the 2023 Annual Meeting!

We look forward to hosting you at the 2023 Annual Meeting to be held in-person at the OMNI Mt. Washington Hotel Sunday, October 15 – Tuesday, October 17, 2023.



Registration for the New Hampshire Hospital Association and Foundation for Healthy Communities’ Annual Meeting is open! The NHHA / FHC Annual Meeting is our premier event that brings together hospital leaders, decision makers and partners to hear from exceptional speakers on ways to move health care forward.  The 2023 Annual Meeting is being held Sunday, October 15th – Tuesday, October 17th at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, NH.  We are very much looking forward to reconvening colleagues from across the state and are working closely with the hotel to ensure the safety of all of our attendees by implementing current guidance and protocols as needed.

Registration for the 2023 Annual Meeting is open for FHC Board Members, NHHA hospital members, corporate members, endorsed partners and sponsors, with non-member registration opening June 5, 2023. Once registered if you haven’t already, you will receive the link to make your hotel reservation in your registration confirmation email. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected].

Register for the 2023 Annual Meeting



We’re pleased to announce our 2023 Keynote Speaker:                                                                                           

Jonathon B. Perlin, MD, PhD, MSHA, MACP, FACMI

President & CEO, The Joint Commission


Jonathan B. Perlin, M.D., Ph.D., M.S.H.A., M.A.C.P., F.A.C.M.I., became the seventh President and CEO of The Joint Commission on March 1, 2022. Previously, as President, Clinical Operations and Chief Medical Officer, HCA Healthcare, Perlin led clinicians, data scientists and researchers in developing a learning health system model for improving care at the system’s 185 hospitals and 2,200 other locations. His team’s work achieved national recognition for preventing elective pre-term deliveries, reducing maternal mortality, increasing sepsis survival, and developing public-private-academic partnerships for improving infection prevention and treating COVID.


Before HCA, Dr. Perlin was Under Secretary for Health in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, where he led the Veterans Health Administration to national prominence for clinical performance. He is a MedPAC Commissioner, a Congressional Budget Office Health Advisor, immediate past chair the National Quality Forum and the VA Special Medical Advisory Group. An elected member of the National Academy of Medicine, he has co-chaired action collaboratives on digital health, combatting opioids and climate change. Board service includes, Meharry Medical College, Columbia University’s Health Policy and Management program, and Vanderbilt University’s School of Engineering. He maintains faculty appointments at Vanderbilt University as Clinical Professor of Medicine and Health Policy and at Virginia Commonwealth University as Adjunct Professor of Health Administration.