Home Health Care News (HHCN) is launching a new event this spring to disrupt the traditional conference format.
No trade-show booths, no gigantic conference rooms and no bad, boxed lunch. We’ve put together a one-day, invitation-only event that focuses on the business of payments, data, outcomes and policy defining the new era of home health.
HHCN is creating an environment for providers, insurers, health systems, hospitals, regulatory officials and others to network, learn and share what makes home health one of the fastest growing areas in health care.
The HHCN Capital + Strategy Forum will convene providers driving innovation in the field, advocates shaping the industry’s future on Capitol Hill, and capital providers that can fuel new ideas and greater scale. Panels will focus on ways for at-home care businesses to achieve greater growth and clearer vision, and analyze what is hindering these objectives.
Each of the six panels is designed to provide a deep dive by subject matter experts —- those in the field doing the real work. Each 45-minutes session is moderated by an expert and will include both a basic business case presentation and a structured discussion. Panel topics include:
The event will frame new business opportunities in the context of rapid changes in technology and data, regulatory upheaval, systemic health care reforms and broader economic trends.
The attendees and panelists we are seeking for the Capital + Strategy Forum are a mixture of home health, home care and hospice providers, including publicly traded companies, independent agencies, franchisors, franchisees, as well as providers with partnerships with health systems and insurers. Other participants in the event will be a blend of capital providers (institutional, private equity), regulatory agencies and a select group of vendor partners that can add value to the conversations and panels.
“Our goal was to create a new event, one that isn’t a trade show but allows home health executives to hear and network with their peers in a space to foster discussion and knowledge,” said George Yedinak, Executive Vice President of Aging Media. “Creating a constructive environment for the various participants, and in some areas competitors, in the continuum not only drives great content to share but an ability to listen, learn and take away a greater understanding of the industry today and where it is headed.”
With challenges and opportunities ahead, bringing together these participants will create a unique, intimate environment that isn’t your typical trade show. Connect and network with your industry peers at the HHCN Capital + Strategy event in Washington, DC on April 7, 2019.
Request your invite here.