Channel Conference

January 30-31, 2019 | Coral Gables, FL
Conference Speaker

April Anthony
Encompass Health

Conference Speaker

Mark Higley
VGM Group

Conference Speaker

Gov. Mark Parkinson
American Health Care Association

Conference Speaker

Ed McMahon
Sunrise Senior Living

Join provider, distributor, and manufacturer leaders in Miami to discuss trends impacting home health agencies, nursing homes, assisted living, and hospices: reimbursement declines, the movement toward home-based care, the continuing transition to value-based payments, consolidation, and much more.


Post-Acute & Home Care Conference Highlights:
  • Challenges and opportunities facing skilled nursing facilities amid reimbursement cuts and regulatory demands
  • Growing demand for care in the home, and what providers and suppliers are doing to meet it
  • The role of hospice providers and how it’s changing
  • Forces driving change in the home medical equipment segment
  • Channel strategies: How distributors and manufacturers are working together to reach fragmented post-acute market segments, including patients in their homes

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Who Should Attend

• Manufacturers, distributors, group purchasing organizations (GPOs), solutions providers
• CEOs, sales and marketing executives, strategic/national accounts leaders
• Anyone else interested in growing sales in the post-acute or home care markets


...And Why

• Networking with healthcare provider leaders and supply chain partners
• Insights on major trends and policy changes impacting your nursing home, hospice, and home care customers
• Understanding on how these trends are impacting your channel strategies
• Strategies for succeeding in a fast-changing market


Conference Agenda

Agenda | Home Care & Direct-To-Customer Focus | January 30, 2019

Challenges For Home Health and Hospice Providers: Reimbursement, Regulation, And More • 1:45–2:30pm

April Anthony, President & CEO, Home Health and Hospice, Encompass Health
• Founded Encompass Home Health & Hospice, which later merged with HealthSouth to form Encompass Health, an industry leader in the post-acute segment
• Recipient of Ernst & Young’s prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year award based on her creative and innovative approach to home healthcare
• Drives the company’s growth; now with 272 home health and hospice locations in 36 states and Puerto Rico

Trends Impacting Home Medical Equipment Providers • 2:30–3:00pm

Mark Higley, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, VGM Group
• Advises HME suppliers on market trends and governmental, regulatory, and compliance issues
• Insights on the forces driving change in the HME segment and what these changes mean for their manufacturer and distributor partners

Channel Strategies For The Home Care Market • 3:30–4:30pm

• Case studies highlighting success strategies for reaching the growing but fragmented home care market • Direct-to-consumer models and how manufacturers can leverage them

Panel Discussion • 4:30–5:30pm

Networking Reception • 5:30–7:00pm

Agenda | Post-Acute Facilities Focus | January 31, 2019

How Post-Acute Facilities Will Prosper Through Tough Political And Regulatory Times • 8:00–8:45am

Governor Mark Parkinson, President & CEO, American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living
 • Leads the trade association representing more than 12,000 nursing homes, assisted living residences, and centers for the care of people with developmental disabilities
• Served as the 45th Governor of the State of Kansas
• Offers insights on how reimbursement, regulatory, and business challenges are impacting nursing homes and other extended care providers

Top 5 Concerns Facing Post-Acute Facility Administrators • 8:45–9:30am

Ed McMahon, Vice President, Quality Sunrise Senior Living
 • One of the largest post-acute facilities in the U.S, Sunrise Senior Living operates 318 communities in the U.S, Canada, and the UK
• Led the the introduction of Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement strategies into the facility
• Named the recipient of the 2014 Mary K. Ousley Champion of Quality award from the AHCA/NCAL

Channel Strategies For The Nursing Home Segment • 9:45–10:45am

• Case studies in reaching and serving SNF customers
• Insights on group purchasing trends in the post-acute segment
• Strategies for partnering more effectively to serve nursing facility customers

Panel Discussion And Wrap-up • 10:45–Noon

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Registration

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Pricing

All prices are per person.

DISTRIBUTORS

Members

Non-members

One Channel Strategies Conference: $899

One Channel Strategies Conference: $1899

Additional half-day segment: $400

Additional half-day segment: $900

 

MANUFACTURERS & GPOs

Members

Non-members

One Channel Strategies Conference: $1199

One Channel Strategies Conference: $1899

Additional half-day segment: $500

Additional half-day segment: $900


Registration & Cancellation Policies

Space may be limited. Registration is first-come, first-served. Registrations sent without payment will not be processed. Any photos taken at this event are property of HIDA and can be published without permission in HIDA materials. 

Participants must cancel in writing via mail or email in order to request a full refund, less a $35 processing fee. A full refund minus the processing fee will be available prior to December 19, 2018, and a 50% refund will be available between December 20, 2018, and January 10, 2019. While no refunds are available as of January 11, 2019, a company may substitute a registrant at any time without penalty.

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Hotel Reservation Information - Book Today To Save!

The Biltmore Hotel Miami | Coral Gables, FL

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Rate: $289 per night (plus $22 per day resort fee plus 13% occupancy tax) 
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Room Block Cutoff: December 18, 2018 
To receive the discounted HIDA hotel rate, book your hotel room by December 18, 2018
After the cutoff date, rooms will be booked on a space-available basis only and room rates are subject to change.

Hotel Cancellation Policy:  If you cancel 8 or more days before arrival, a $50 cancellation fee is charged; the remainder of the deposit is returned to your credit card.

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  • Back of Badges Sponsor - $2,500
  • Nightly Schedule of Events Email Sponsor - $3,000
  • Education Session Sponsor - $3,500
  • Reception Sponsor - $4,500

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