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Private Duty Sessions During NAHCs Annual Meeting

Posted by Crystal Parks on Sep 19, 2013 10:15:00 AM


This year’s Annual Meeting – being held October 31 – November 3 in Washington, DC – has a wide range of educational sessions for professionals in every segment of the home care and hospice community.

With the Department of Labor recently releasing its Final Rule on the Companionship Exemption, this year it is more important than ever for Private Duty home care professionals to join their colleagues at the NAHC Annual Meeting.

Below is a sampling of the many educational offerings available for those pursing the Private Duty track:

Health System, First Heal Thyself: Five Keys to Home Health and Hospice Growth
The secret to growth and long-term success for health system-based or affiliated home health and hospice agencies lies in looking inward. Discover the five keys to sustainable growth and develop a plan to implement them at your agency to earn more patient referrals from the health system. The strategies provided will be applicable to all agencies regardless of relationship with a health system.

Mergers and Acquisitions: Buying, Selling and Valuing Panel Discussion
This panel will bring together leading M&A experts to discuss updates on the current market conditions - i.e. reduced Medicare reimbursement, health care reform, ACOs, Medicaid and private pay - along with issues that are key to the process of closing transactions. This session will be an open format designed to encourage Q&A.

Enhancing Your Brand
This presentation provides a roadmap to boost your brand’s strategy through key enhancements that relate to your services, your community, and your current marketing efforts. The presenter will share the necessary steps to take when boosting a brand and building recognition in the community.

Insider’s Guide To Measuring Private Duty Financial Success
The presentation will provide the inside track on financial metrics, national industry benchmarks and the best tracking tools for private duty home care. Participants will learn how to measure your agency’s performance against industry data, evaluate which key actions will improve your agency’s business health, and effectively motivate your staff.

To review all of the Private Duty sessions being offered at this year’s Annual Meeting, please click here.

To register for this year’s Annual Meeting, please click here.

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From the NAHC Report article 

Topics: Private Duty, home care industry, NAHC Annual Meeting 2013, hospice industry


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