When you think about securing more referrals for your post-acute business, what do you have planned that’s really going to help you stand out? As you craft your plans for success, it’s important to make sure they go well beyond maintaining a highly polished elevator pitch and honing in on those physicians who have the best potential for quality referrals.
Topic: Trade Shows
This year’s MSD Healthcare Innovation + Technology conference is aptly titled “Better Together.” Recognizing the positive shift of post-acute healthcare providers embracing innovative technology solutions to improve patient outcomes, the MSD Better Together conference brings together leaders from across the industry to share their expertise and discuss emerging technology solutions.
This year’s TAHC&H conference is titled, “be inspired, get connected, shape your future.” It is a message that resonates today more than ever. With new regulations as well as the changes imposed by the IMPACT Act, agencies are looking for guidance and answers. Attendees will learn how to navigate these changes from experts in the field.
Before I tell you about the conference, I want to give you a true, “know before you go” tip. The Renaissance Orlando is fantastic beyond just visiting the tourist sights. It has an incredible waterpark and splash pad as well as a poolside bar with some of the best “loaded waffle fries” you have ever indulged in (and potentially regretted eating later). The hotel rooms are spacious and they feel like a true getaway regardless of if you are attending solo or bringing the family. So what is my tip? Book an extra day and give yourself some time to soak in everything you have learned. You will not regret it.
We are steadily approaching the 16th Annual Gulf Coast Home Care Conference and Exhibition held this year in Point Clear, Alabama. This show brings together members from The Home Care Association of Alabama, The Homecare Association of Louisiana, and the Mississippi Association of Home Care for three days of expert guidance for home health agencies.
The Red Rock Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada is the setting for the National Association of Home Health and Hospice’s Annual Financial Management Conference. This conference is distinctly focused on management, billing, and financial issues facing agencies today. Each year, this conference is very forward-thinking and arms the attendees with the knowledge they need to thrive in a changing healthcare and regulatory landscape.
This year’s Heartland Conference will take place at the convention center, just a short distance from the corporate headquarters of VGM. They go out of their way to provide daily break-away entertainment as well as a deep educational opportunity. A majority of the attendees consider this conference to be absolutely indispensable.
Each year, Hospice Works does a Forum that is usually clinical in nature. This year they decided to go non-clinical and focus on leadership, compliance, marketing, human resources, finance and fund development. This will provide a unique opportunity to focus in on those areas from a unique point-of-view. You will not want to miss out!
The Maryland Hospital Association Leadership Summit will be held at Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City on May 24, and it is shaping up to be a great event! We are excited to be a part of The Maryland-National Capital Homecare Association as a vendor partner. Ann Horton and her team have been helping post-acute care agencies across the spectrum stay ahead of the regulatory changes and working to provide opportunities for their members to succeed.
Last year, there was a buzz about having the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference at Foxwoods. I remember thinking, “what is the big deal about this place?” Well, on May 16th through May 18th, I am about to find out! This conference is an incredible opportunity for nine states to gather, place their collective minds together, and learn how to achieve their goals for the year. It feels like family at this conference and it is one of the few I look forward to above all others.