Are you an emerging leader in home care and hospice with less than five years of health care experience or are you a clinician who crossed over to management? No matter how you describe yourself you may feel overwhelmed by all there is to know about the business side of the business. After you learn all of the acronyms – HHCoPs and QAPI for example – you need to know what they mean for your agency, best practices, and how to balance quality care delivery with cost savings.
The learning curve is constant in this fast-paced, ever-changing industry but we have a solution that could help you in the short term. Take our special add-on pre-conference session “How to Succeed When You’re New-ish in the Business” at the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo in October. Considered a great value for the money, this class will provide the tools you need to get ahead. Don’t miss out!
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If you’re joining us for the 2017 Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo, check out these special hotel rates.
The Varden Hotel is a European-style boutique hotel. Each room has 9-foot ceilings with tons of natural light and private bathrooms. The hotel is environmentally friendly and uses water-saving features. NAHC has negotiated special rates starting at $189 for this hotel.
The Best Western at the Convention Center offers comfort and convenience and is located just three blocks from the Conference. It has recently been renovated and comes with free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and an outdoor heated pool. NAHC has negotiated special rates starting at $189 for the Best Western.
Click here for online registration and housing. Learn more about the Conference here.
Palliative care has grown into a multidisciplinary team of health-care providers who work in tandem to help relieve a patient’s suffering and improve their quality of life. As this area of medicine has evolved so has its payment system – all payers, bundles, and Value-Based Purchasing to name a few models. That’s why it’s imperative to know how to develop a successful palliative care program that prevents hospital readmissions and improves patient outcomes while also helping your agency remain financially viable.
Explore palliative care across the continuum and its various payment models at the 2017 Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo. Click here to learn more about this year’s conference.
If you’re joining us in Long Beach for the 2017 Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo, you’ll want to check out our special rates at these 9 hotels. We’ll be posting about each one on this blog, so be sure to check back!
The Renaissance Long Beach Hotel is conveniently located across from the Convention Center. It has breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, a heated outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a fire pit.
This smoke-free hotel has 374 rooms and suites, each with a coastal vibe, plush bedding, and pillow-top mattresses. All rooms also have modern technology and amenities including ergonomic workstations and WiFi access.
Dining options include Sip Bar and Lounge – which is urban and upscale – for cocktails and local cuisine, the Promenade Café for casual dining, and a Starbucks.
NAHC has negotiated a special rate of $249 per night at the Renaissance Long Beach. Click here for online registration and housing.
If you’re coming to the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo in October you may be equally excited about the location – sunny Long Beach California! There’s so much to see and do, and you’ll be happy to know we have special rates at 9 hotels for you. We’ll be posting about each one on this blog, so check back each week. First up is the Hyatt Regency Long Beach.
Every room at the Hyatt has a beautiful water view, and the Convention Center is just steps away. The outdoor, heated pool and fire pit has a cool resort vibe, while the high-speed wireless Internet and business center keeps guests connected and productive. There are hundreds of restaurants, shops and entertainment options within walking distance of the area’s only AAA 4 Diamond-rated hotel.
The hotel has 528 non-smoking, modern guestrooms, including rooms that are ADA accessible or hypo-allergenic. All rooms include a 37-inch LCD TV with cable channels, individual climate controls, coffee makers, full-size hair dryers, motion-sensor night lights, deluxe bath amenities, and plush down comforters.
If you want to stay on top of your workouts while you’re away from home, the 24-hour fitness center has top-of-the-line equipment and harbor views.
The hotel has two dining options: contemporary, California-style dining at Tides restaurant and Cove Coffee Bar and Lounge in the lobby, which serves Starbucks coffee and breakfast in the morning and turns into a lounge in the evenings offering specialty drinks, micro-beers and comfort food.
NAHC has negotiated a special rate of $259 per night at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach. Click here for online registration and housing.
If you’re an owner, operator, or manager in home care or hospice you won’t want to miss the Home Care and Hospice Expo, the industry’s largest marketplace of buyers and sellers.
Nearly 200 exhibitors will be there, representing accreditation, technology, benchmarking software, and education and training, to name a few. So, whether you’re looking for software solutions to make your agency more efficient, business consultants who can help you with strategic planning, or recruiting and staffing solutions, you will find it all here, in Long Beach!
“Lots of great exhibitors; everything a home health company would need.”
You’ll have plenty of time to interact with exhibitors, learn about the latest advancements in technology, and examine industry trends. Find the resources you need to run your agency more effectively while enjoying incredible meals and entertainment, giveaways, and the chance to win prizes throughout the Expo.
If you’ve been thinking about a product or service for your agency, view the exhibitor list to see if they’re going to be at the conference. There will be plenty of time to connect! Or, search by keyword or topic to find exhibitors of interest. If you’ve attended the Home Care and Hospice Conference and Expo in the past, be sure to check out the list of new exhibitors.
We’ll provide more info about the Expo as it gets closer, so stay tuned!
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