The Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit is coming to Los Angeles
The Home Healthcare Leaders’ Summit from the 3rd - 4th March 2016 is designed to be an exclusive gathering of C Level executives where they can learn, discuss and debate the best practices in the home healthcare industry.
Hosted in Los Angeles, California, the Home Healthcare Summit plans to address the strategic challenges faced by the senior management of 30,000+ home healthcare agencies nationally. The summit will cover a variety of topics including regulatory scenario, upgrades, legal implications and benefits in financial planning.
Speakers confirmed for the 2016 Home Healthcare Summit include:
- Margherita C. Labson, Executive Director Home Care Accreditation Program, The Joint Commission
- Tracey Moorhead, President and CEO, Visiting Nurse Associations of America
- Samuel Heller, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Visiting Nurse Service of New York, New York
- Steve Wallace, CEO, National Nursing & Rehab Inc, San Antonio, Texas
With the stringent rules and regulations around the re-admittance of patients in the hospitals, home healthcare plays a vital role in the economy by providing affordable care in the comfort of your home.
Register to attend the Home Healthcare Summit.
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