The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show attracts professionals from around the region; show them what you’ve got! The conference’s Program & Exhibit Hall Guide provides businesses and organizations an affordable opportunity to directly connect print and digital ads to their target audience. Advertising assures your company information gets into the hands of every attendee, vendor, and visitor at NEHCC when they arrive for registration.
There isn’t one type of patient or one type of caregiver that creates the home care difference. The advantage lies in the industry’s ability to adapt quickly and effectively, to respond to changing demands while continually delivering the highest quality care. The industry’s heroic response to COVID-19 proved how valuable that adaptation is for our patients and our communities. The 12th annual New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show at Gurney’s Resort from May 11-13 at Gurney’s Resort in Newport, RI will highlight and celebrate the strength of home care and hospice.
Keynote speakers Bill Dombi, the President of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, and Lindsay Doak, Senior Manager of Home Health Care at Berry Dunn, will delve into the 2021 Best Practices and Future Insights Study, physician and author Lynn Hallarman, MD will speak to the importance of direct caregivers and speaker Tyler Enslin of Direct Development Training will inspire attendees with his message of resilience and thriving in times of crisis.
Data Driven Decisions
We just experienced two of the biggest industry challenges in healthcare history – COVID-19 and a radically new payment system. Agencies who are slow to respond or lack clarity on what to do, may have their viability questioned. Learn from agencies that have tested an array of best practices in staffing, technology, clinical strategies, and operations will come ahead.
Join Bill Dombi and Lindsay to for the data you need to be among the most successful agencies.
COVID-19 kills people, but it also steals their chance to die governed by their own stories and wishes. Lynn Hallarman’s she shares her family’s journey with cargiving during a pandemic , The Great Escape—A Physician Confronts Family Caregiving During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Join Lynn for this powerful presentation that draws on her own family’s experience, caregiver guilt, and how important it is to develop and support our most essential workforce.
Even in challenging times, we still possess the ability to make the best of our circumstances, develop positive habits, and manage our mindset effectively. Join Tyler to learn strategies that can help them to control stress levels, build habits that promote growth, and focus on opportunities. This highly interactive program has been specifically designed to help attendees navigate the issues caused by the COVID19 crisis.
The 12th Annual Conference will feature dozens of speakers for three days of inspiration, reinvention and networking. Topics include leadership, career advancement, financial and regulatory issues, health and wellness, small business and entrepreneurship, social media, branding and more. The nonpartisan, nonprofit conference is New England’s largest professional development event for home care, hospice and palliative care, attracting more than 300 attendees each year.
The Conference Trade Show showcases speakers and companies dedicated to patient health, and exhibits featuring products or services to improve processes and business practices at your agency.
Join Bill Dombi, President of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, and Lindsay Doak, Senior Manager of Home Health Care at Berry Dunn for an in depth look at the 2021 Best Practices and Future Insights Study. Dombi and Doak are keynote presenters at the 2022 New England Home Care Conference in Newport, RI this May.
The healthcare at home industry has gained tremendous momentum in the last year but we must keep moving forward. Review data driven answers on what works, what doesn’t work, and what agencies must do to thrive. This includes positioning agencies for success under the emerging value-based models. Even more importantly, agencies will learn key clinical and operational best practices performed by leading agencies in the country.
By determining where and what resources should be used to achieve the highest clinical, operational and financial outcomes, we strengthen ourselves as an industry and also our ability to become a formidable partner within the healthcare continuum.
We are absolutely moving toward integrated care. We need to look at the episode of care, not just from the home health setting, but from a broader sense. Data driven decisions will be the only way to move toward integrated care successfully.
The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference vendor and sponsor registrations are open now. Attendee registration opens Feb 14. www.nehcc.com
Join us as the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show has its first IN-PERSON event since 2019!
Plan now to join us May 11-13 and get your room reservations early, for the Annual Conference, scheduled for May 2022 at the Gurney’s Newport Resort in beautiful Newport, RI. Although the room reservation deadline isn’t until April 12, 2022, please DO NOT WAIT!
Partner with the 2022 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show
Place your brand in front of agency decision makers at the region’s largest home care and hospice conference this May! Choose from premiere full event sponsorship or one of the other sponsor opportunities. The details are in the downloadable prospectus, then click here for registration and payment options online.
This first year back to in-person learning and networking offers an exciting opportunity for home care industry vendors and affiliates to be front and center at the premier gathering of home health and hospice industry representatives. Your sponsorship commitment strengthens the program and solidifies that important customer feed back loop for your company.
The New England Conference is designed for senior and mid-level management and clinical staff and features multiple keynote sessions, workshops, and intensive programs. The trade show is the largest home health and hospice expo in the Northeast and is major draw for nearly 200 of the country’s leading health care professionals year after year. Several sponsorship levels are available – find just the right package that meets your unique needs.
Don’t miss out on this exciting invitation to build brand recognition among top home health industry leaders, highlight your valued products and services, and stake out a leading role in assuring the success of this prestigious annual conference.
SEEKING: home health & hospice experts and industry leaders to present at the 2022 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show, May 11-13, 2022 in Newport, RI
The Call for Speakers for the New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show is now open. The NEHCC committee welcomes Speaker Presentation applications from a diverse audience of home health and healthcare experts. The 2022 conference is being held from May 11-13 at Gurney’s Newport Resort in Newport, RI!
Proposals will be accepted until NOVEMBER 14, 2021.
Who can submit? Anyone and everyone is welcome to submit a speaking proposal! We love to hear from staff at agencies, consultants, and vendors alike.
The goal of the conference is to provide best practices, proven strategies and case studies for successfully and efficiently operating – and growing – a home health & hospice agency amidst stifling regulatory requirements, staffing shortages, annual payment cuts AND a global pandemic.
We’re seeking professionals and thought leaders with direct experience and proven track records who can discuss in detail their successes and lessons learned.
If chosen as a speaker, you’ll receive:
Professional recognition as a speaker – in our brochure and in conference materials
Complimentary admission to all sessions and networking events
Use this link to submit your proposal by November 14, 2021.
Presentation subjects can include but are not limited to:
Understanding the CMS Value Based Purchasing Model
Survey prep strategies to avoid deficiencies related to new CoPs
Lessons learned from your Emergency Preparedness for COVID-19
Best practices for achieving a 5-star rating
Sales and marketing best practices to grow a home health & hospice agency
How to diversify payer sources
Cost containment and staffing strategies
Ways to recruit and retain staff
Condition of Participation Compliance
Lessons learned in CMS probe-and-educate and pre-claim reviews
Home health’s place/role in the continuum of care
Business growth achieved by new technology adoption
Quality Reporting Program
Presentations should provide concrete solutions that attendees can adapt for use at their companies, as well as quantitative proof of how the solutions worked. When choosing speakers, we will consider the following criteria:
Specificity: No vague, sanitized presentations, please. Our attendees demand objectivity (both successes and setbacks addressed), facts, numbers, dollars saved/earned, mistakes made or avoided and lessons learned.
Originality: We’re looking for fresh yet functional solutions to home health & hospice challenges, revealing real-world agency experiences.
Practicality: We want sessions that speak to the immediate concerns of agency senior leadership, clinicians, therapists, direct care staff and more. You should offer usable strategies that attendees can take home and implement.
Slides, overheads and handouts: We’ll give special attention to presentations supplemented by informative audio/visuals and information-packed handouts that attendees can take home with them.
*Note: Vendors that submit proposals in conjunction with Home Health Agencies tend to be valued more than those who do not.
In 2010, the home care associations of New England decided that they could deliver greater value to their members by combining their separate annual conferences into a single regional meeting. After the success of that first meeting – which brought together more than 400 home care leaders from more than 120 agencies – they decided to continue the collaboration.
In 2022, the conference is heading to Newport Rhode Island.
The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference really found its footing as a virtual event this year. Participants, educators and vendors all commented on the smooth transition to the virtual format. Overall we agree, in person is still better.
While we all prefer in-person events, online education is not going away any time soon. Why not roll with it? Starting this August, the associations of the six New England States will expand offerings to include a few webinars and in-person trainings year round. These offerings are targeted specifically for our industry and region.
Look for upcoming topics like Medicare policy, PDGM, OASIS, staffing recruitment tools, as well as cost-saving ideas, and certification options for PT, hospice, COS and more!
We have partnered with SimiTree for our first three webinar offerings. SimiTree is the newly formed entity from the Simione and BlackTree merger. These leaders in Healthcare consulting are raising the bar for the post-acute setting.
Join us at NEXT WEEK’S conference for Virtual networking!
New to home care and hospice or just want to meet like-minded people in the industry? Maybe you’re looking for someone to partner with or a specific skill set. Whatever your networking goal, the New England Home Care & Hospice Conference is the “place” to be next week!
The virtual New England Home Care and Hospice Conference and Trade Show has a number of sessions set aside for you to interact with your regional colleagues. Learn more about our virtual networking options and then join us! Register today.
The 2021 Virtual conference is unlike anything else for training and virtual networking opportunities. Collaborate with colleagues and learn from regional and national experts while maximizing flexibility and control over your daily schedule. Register today and join us next week!
Our virtual networking groups aim to connect home care and hospice professionals from around New England, without leaving the house or office to participate. Virtual networking can be an amazing resource for you and referral source for your business. Engage your network, drive collaboration, stay up-to-date, and share best practices.
This session is dedicated to peers engagement in facilitated and far reaching discussions. Simply join an existing group session from the list, or create your own topic category.
Make your own cocktail and join fellow attendees for this fun networking event while testing your knowledge with virtual trivia!
This will be an event that tests your trivia prowess. Try your best guesses on general knowledge trivia questions across a plethora of topics: Pop Culture, Music, History, Geography, Sports, Science, and more, nothing is off-limits! Compete with your team for the best score and fabulous prizes. Best of luck!
This event is sponsored by POM and HHAExchange participation is open & complimentary for all conference attendees.
The pandemic has us all dealing with new and unexpected HR issues, including employee engagement, benefits and ensuring more staff have access to the right data and technology tools to do their jobs from anywhere. The HR landscape has changed dramatically.
What will employee compensation, flexible schedules and remote-work policies look like going forward? What legal implications does an agency face when addressing staff vaccination hesitancy? Join our best legal minds as well as your colleagues to discuss for current best practices following the COVID-19 pandemic. Grab a cup of coffee and come with your questions ready at 8:00 am on Thursday, June 3.
Katherine A. Hesse, partner, and associate Rachel Mills of Murphy, Hesse, Toomey & Lehane Attorneys at Law will facilitate the conversation. This session sponsored by Murphy Hesse Toomey & Lehane, LLP
The annual NEHCC is a great opportunity to stay current with upcoming regulatory trends, new technologies to implement for efficiencies, and the impact of the political environment on the home health industry. The conference is packed every year with a rich agenda of national and regional speakers that make this a valuable experience.
Alyson Blanck, MSN, RN, NEA-BC Vice President, Home Care Operations Nuvance Health
The NEHHC offers home health and hospice providers the opportunity to learn about best practices through the educational sessions offered as well as through networking with colleagues. NEHHC also offers providers the opportunity to meet with potential business partners to improve operations, as well as clinical, financial and quality outcomes.
Donna DeBlois, RN, BSW, MSB, MBA, AHCA President MaineHealth Care at Home
The NEHCC is a perfect event to engage industry leaders from across the New England home health and hospice landscape. Its without a doubt one of the best opportunities for participants wishing to talk with potential industry partners or wishing to network/learn from peer experience. The agenda, speakers, balance of insights, discussion and data are always well facilitated.
Theresa Santoro, MSN,RN, CHCA President & Chief Executive Officer RVNAHealth
Diversity measures our ability to share differences, build relationships, and be creative thinkers. Inclusion measures our ability to embrace these differences through participation. Implicit bias limits our ability to be successful in diversity and inclusion efforts without even knowing it.
Join Anita Foster for this captivating look at the dynamics of diversity and inclusion and discover our ability to see the blind spots of implicit bias. Foster will examine how training and mentorship can expedite professional development, engage diverse ideas, and leads to improved customer experiences, faster innovation, and greater staff retention rates.