It’s just one month until the Complia Health CARE 2017 Users Conference, and our slate of content for this year’s conference is especially robust.
One unique feature of this year’s conference is our special C-Suite track especially for leaders of Hospice and Home Care businesses. This year features some especially interesting content:
Our Keynote Speaker, Dr. Michael Burcham, CEO of Narus Health will join the C-Suite group for a 1:1 discussion that’s an extension of his keynote talk, the future of home health hospice. Dr. Burcham is a nationally-known speaker and futurist in the home health business and we have arranged for him to share his insights in a small session where you can directly interact, versus the general session.
Thursday’s Keynote Speaker, Dan Crippen, governmental and regulator health care expert and former Executive Director of the National Governor’s Conference, will follow up his keynote discussion with a small-group session with you to discuss upcoming regulatory issues given the change in administration and government in Washington. This is a must-not-miss session that can directly affect the future outcomes of your business with his insights.
Also on Thursday, February 9th, Tim Rowan of Rowan Consulting will moderate a 90-minute C-Suite Session on technology issues facing hospice and home health businesses – like the others, this is your chance to speak directly with an industry expert and share thoughts and ideas with your peers.
Lastly, on Thursday, February 9th, Chris Junker, CEO of Complia Health, will host a session on “Looking Around Corners – what are your biggest concerns you’re facing that Complia Health can help address in future product iterations.”
Our Friday Keynote Speaker, Michael Greenough, a leading healthcare technology entrepreneur and investor, and Complia Health’s board chairman, will lead a discussion on making sound technology investment decisions.
And this is all in addition to the opportunity to network among a large network that includes all types of post-acute care agencies – skilled home care, unskilled/long term home care, pediatrics and more.