Something for Everyone at 2018 NEHCC!

March 16, 2018

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There is something for everyone at the 2018 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show. See below just some of the topics that may be suited for you!

Clinical Directors

  • Stop Sepsis at Home: Learn from the Home Care Association of NY on how to equip your clinicians with educational/preventative, screening and follow-up tools to combat sepsis.
  • CoP Compliance: Discuss which key performance indicators have the most impact on quality and client outcomes.
  • Developing and Maintaining a Wound Care Program: Learn about the operational and clinical aspects of creating and/or maintaining your wound care program. Hear real agency examples of using best practices and guidelines and much more!
  • Emergency Preparedness Table Top: Join your peers to take part in a realistic table top simulation.

Quality

  • Communicating with CMS: Get a primer into the new patient-centered language of CMS
  • Metrics for CoP Compliance: Discuss which key performance indicators have the most impact on quality and client outcomes
  • Optimizing Operations Through Data Collection and Dissemination: Examine the changing healthcare landscape and focus on making operational decisions based on data. 

Private Duty

  • How the Age-Friendly Communities Movement Builds Partnerships: Hear local examples of how home care agencies can be involved in the movement to create “Age-Friendly Communities”
  • The Patient Experience: Learn strategies, action items, and tools to enable your agency to achieve improved patient experience while managing all other operational demands.
  • Problem Solving for Clients with Dementia: Learn how to engage direct care staff in active observation of the client, gather information, investigate and examine behaviors, and strategic problem solving. 

CEO

We have carved out an entire CEO track for you to enhance your skills and knowledge as well as engage with panelists, and peers.

  • Employee Recruitment and Retention: Hear successful and unsuccessful strategies to attract and retain top-tier talent.
  • Population Health: Gain the knowledge base you need to make decisions for the population you serve.
  • Home Health Groupings Model (HHGM): Learn from experts on how the final prospective payment system promises to offer the industry direction what what it means for agency strategy and capability heading into 2019.

Therapy

  • Embracing Our Physical Therapy and Occupational Scope of Practice in Home Care: This session will explore how therapy in the home has evolved and expanded and how this impacts you, your patients and your agency. 

Human Resources

  • Employment Law: Examine how various employment laws apply to the home care workforce and understand how to make sure your agency follows these laws and integrates in practice and your employee handbook.
  • Employee Retention: Learn specific approaches on how an agency can better engage the highest performers while still holding the lowest performers accountable and analyze the changing staff dynamics.
  • Engaging the Millennial Workforce: Hear how engaging the growing millennial workforce and understanding their mindset and motivation will be key for your agency in defining duties, assessing skill sets and identifying team leaders.

Finance

  • CFO Panel: Address management concerns, discuss operating efficiencies and internal financial controls and performance indicators.
  • How Population Health and Telemedicine Affect the Bottom Line: Learn how telehealth will show advancement in terms of improved patient satisfaction, increased patient census, reduced cost of care, and decreased nursing visits. 

Hospice & Palliative Care

  • Creating a Pediatric Palliative Care Program: Learn about the interface and collaboration between home care and hospital programs as well as the use of the National Consensus Project to guide current and future program development.
  • The Patient Experience: Learn strategies, action items, and tools to enable your agency to achieve improved patient experience while managing all other operational demands.
  • Ethics of Patient Choice and Aid-In Dying: Discuss how death with dignity/ aid-in-dying laws present new and evolving ethical and legal challenges for agencies in the states where it is legal, or where legislation is pending. 

There are even more break-out sessions to learn from and 5 keynotes not even mentioned! Be sure to take a look at the full brochure to learn about ALL sessions being offered at this years conference!

Go to http://www.NEHCC.com for more information and to register today!

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Something for everyone at NEHCC!

February 27, 2018

Location is everything. 

From the pre-conference programs, to national keynote speakers and the largest trade show in the region, there is just so much to take in at the 8th annual New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show. Be part of the action, or take the scenic route to networking, learning and relaxing.  There truly is something for everyone. Join us!

See our detailed brochure and register today. Keep up with all the conference news by subscribing to our blog, following us on Facebook or on Twitter.

 


2017 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show Speaker Proposal Deadline Approaching!

December 28, 2016

NEHCC SPEAKER PROPOSAL SUBMISSIONS NOW DUE BY DECEMBER 31st!

With the holidays around usNEHCC-2015-Logosm, the NEHCC committee wanted to provide the gift of a deadline extension! To date there have been many qualified and appealing submissions but it is no longer too late to submit your own presentation!

The NEHHC welcomes Speaker Presentation applications from a diverse audience of home health and healthcare experts.

SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL HERE!

The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show is designed for senior and mid-level administrative and clinical staff. The conference features multiple keynote sessions, workshops, and intensive programs. Topics are designed to meet the needs of all agencies, including Medicare-certified, private duty, and hospices. The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show is the region’s premier event for home care and hospice agencies. It’s hosted by the six New England state home care Associations, which collectively represent nearly 400 organizations. This coming year, the conference returns to the Radisson Hotel Manchester May 16 – 18, 2017.

Go to www.NEHCC.com for more information about the conference!

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2016 NEHCC Registration Now Open!

February 2, 2016

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It’s that time of the year again when the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show comes around. Representing more than 375 agencies, the six home care associations of New England are pleased to announce that the 2016 NEHCC will return to Foxwoods Resort & Casino for its 6th annual conference, this time at the the Grand Pequot Tower from May 16-18, 2016.

The line-up will cover keynote speakers such as:

  • Dan Marshall, Author of “Home is Burning: A Memoir”
  • Ellen Breslin, Senior Consultant, Health Management Consultants
  • Andrew Reed, President and CEO, Multi-View Incorporated
  • Peter Ross, CEO and Co-Founder of Senior Helpers

There will also be 10 break-out sessions as well as, new this year, 5 intensives that cover topics on hospice, private duty, HR/nursing, leadership and reform and more!

A special pre-conference training will also be available on Monday, May 16th with Amy Matthews on “Meeting the Dementia Challenge in Home Care”.

Registration is now open and can be done by clicking HERE

For more information on the conference you can go to the website at www.NEHCC.com. New information on speakers will be posted soon! Check regularly for the most up to date information! Hope to see you there


2016 NEHCC Call for Speakers Now Open!

October 16, 2015

The Call for Speakers for the New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show is now open with new opportunities to speak! The grid below provides detailed information about the different options available to potential presenters.

The NEHHC welcomes Speaker Presentation applications from a diverse audience of home health and healthcare experts.

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All proposals can be submitted by clicking below and must be entered by December 18th, 2015 for consideration.Call-Button-Rollover

For more information click HERE.


Join Us For NEHCC 2014 At The Boston Park Plaza

August 26, 2013

The New England Home Care Conference & Trade Show is pleased to officially announce its 2014 venue and dates:

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May 28 – May 30, 2014
Boston Park Plaza Hotel
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116

Considered one of Boston’s finest hotels since it opened its doors in 1927, The Park Plaza features 8 on-site restaurants, a state of the art Fitness Center, Business Center, and full Concierge Service.  It’s located in Boston’s historic Back Bay, just across the Street from the Public Gardens and Common.

To save the date to your calendar, just click here.

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