Demand for Post-Acute Care Is Exploding
Payment and consumer trends push care closer to the home.
Join provider, distributor, and manufacturer leaders in Chicago to discuss trends impacting home health agencies, nursing homes, assisted living, hospices, and more.
Post-Acute Channel Strategies Conference Highlights:
- Shifting Settings for Care: How will markets evolve as new healthcare policies push more care out of the hospital and closer to the home?
- New Decision-Makers: Who will make the purchasing decisions, and how will their decision-making criteria evolve amid reimbursement changes?
- New Expectations: How are provider needs changing as value-based payment models take hold? And how are consumer expectations impacting post-acute care?
- Manufacturer-Distributor Relationships: How do supply chain partners work together to drive sales in a fragmented market?
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Who Should Attend
- Leaders from healthcare manufacturers, distributors, group purchasing organizations, home care companies, and service providers
- Owners, CEOs, sales executives, category managers, marketing leaders, and anyone else responsible for growing business in the post-acute market
“An excellent learning experience for new and seasoned healthcare professionals. A breadth of insights and many great stakeholders to network with.”
– Rob Russell, McKesson
“Excellent conference with pertinent information.”
– Laura Reline, NDC
“Great forum for staying current on the latest trends plus what’s next.”
– Bryan Bowman, Nestle Health Science
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Tuesday Agenda – May 1, 2018 | Wednesday ↓ * Agenda subject to change.
Post-Acute Advisory Council Meeting • 7:00am–Noon
Council members only
Conference Welcome and Objectives • 1:30–1:45pm
Post-Acute Provider Outlook for 2018: Trends, Forecasts, and Opportunities • 1:45–2:30pm
Jared Landis, Post-Acute Care Collaborative
The Advisory Board Company
• National spokesperson for The Advisory Board Company
• Expert in post-acute market trends, post-discharge care management initiatives, referral development strategy, and provider outreach methods
Changes and Challenges Impacting the Skilled Nursing Facilities Segment • 2:30–3:00pm
Mary Moscato, President
Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center
• Recognized nationally for her advocacy role regarding the impact on federal policy for specialty hospitals and community-based programs
• Hebrew SeniorLife Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Centers is one of the largest employers in Massachusetts, with nine Boston area campuses and communities
Trends Impacting Home Health Providers • 3:00-3:30pm
Kimber Walters, Executive Director, Healthy@Home
Carolinas Healthcare System
• Top challenges for providers
• Impact of changing demographics on consumer/patient expectations
• Increasing regulatory and reimbursement pressures
Panel Discussion with Afternoon Speakers | 4:00 – 5:00pm
Networking Reception | 5:00 – 7:00pm
Wednesday Agenda – May 2, 2018 | * Agenda subject to change.
Networking Breakfast • 7:00–8:00am
Reimbursement and Regulatory Trends Impacting Post-Acute Providers | 8:00 – 8:45am
Linda Rouse O’Neill, Vice President, Government Affairs
Distribution to the Home: Trends and Challenges | 8:45-9:45am
Doug Harper, President, HomeCare Division, NDC
Colton Mason, Senior Vice President, Supreme Medical
Matt Barnes, CEO, Professional Medical, Inc. dba Professional Medical Supply, Inc.
Post-Acute Channel Partnerships: Case Study | 10:00-10:45am
Maria Lugo, Field VP, Homehealth and Hospice, McKesson Medical Surgical
Dave Davis, Vice President, Clinical Operations, AccentCare
Post-Acute Channel Partnerships Panel Discussion | 10: 45-11:45
, Field VP, Homehealth and Hospice, McKesson Medical Surgical
, Vice President, Clinical Operations, AccentCare
, EVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Medical Specialties Distributors
Conference Wrap-up • 11:45am–Noon
Seminar Facilitator: Elizabeth Hilla
- Sr. Vice President, Health Industry Distributors Association
- Executive Director, HIDA Educational Foundation
- 30+ year veteran of the healthcare distribution industry
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