Reservations for the 2017 NEHCC at the Radisson Hotel Manchester, the largest convention hotel north of Boston are now open. Just one hour north of Boston, the Radisson offers a free Manchester-Boston Regional Airport shuttle, as well as discounted guest parking in an enclosed, indoor parking complex.
The rate is just $134/night for single or double occupancy.
We are pleased to open the call for speakers up to any and all who are interested. The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, December 16th by end of business day.
The NEHCC 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 trade show is the largest home health and hospice expo in the Northeast.
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.
The New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade show will begin May 16 with a half-day pre-conference program, Meeting the Dementia Care Challenge in Home Care. It will be presented by Amy Matthews, a Dementia Coach with the New York City-based professional education firm Engaging Alzheimer’s.
Explore how dementia-related behaviors complicate care and impact health outcomes. Acquire the tools necessary to improve care for your patients.
Clinical and private duty staff will:
Define the various manifestations of dementia
Expand communication skills and behavior interventions
Explore emotional, social, physical and financial impact on the family
Develop techniques to involve families in caregiving and for training agency staff
Engage in interactive modules using real life examples & case studies
Multi-View Incorporated president and CEO Andrew Reed will speak at the Opening General Session on Wednesday, May 18 from 8:30 – 9:30 AM. His address is titled “People Development and the Truth about Quality.”
Organizations can’t become world-class without effective Talent Attraction, Talent Selection, Talent Development and Talent Retention processes. Andrew will discuss how agencies can become successful teaching organizations. He will share many of the practices of agencies that operate in the 90th percentile statistically in terms of quality and financial results.
Reed has worked with nearly 900 hospices during the past 20 years. He is best known for “The Model,” a modern approach to hospice management which creates a high quality, predictable experience that is financially balanced.
Visiting Nurse Associations of America president & CEO Tracey Moorehead will speak at the Closing General Session on Wednesday, May 18 from 12:45 – 2:00 PM. Her address is titled “Ensuring Success in the Value-Based Health Economy”
Tracey Moorehead will report on national policy initiatives, identify best practices, and highlight innovative case studies in home-based care. Her presentation will focus on the key components necessary to achieve high quality outcomes and ensure financial success.
As the leader of the VNAA, Tracey educates, advocates, and promotes nonprofit providers of home-based care services including home health, palliative care, and hospice. She previously served as CEO of the Care Continuum Alliance, Executive Director of the Alliance to Improve Medicare, and Vice President of Government Relations for the Healthcare Leadership Council.
Home Care Pulse’s manager of research integrity JC Weber will speak at the Opening General Session on Wednesday, May 18 from 8:30 – 9:30 AM. His address will be titled “Surveying the Private Duty Landscape – The Future is Today.”
Weber will discuss how the private home care employer model will adapt and thrive due to venture capital backed technology and the underground workforce. He will share recent industry trends and data, successful caregiver recruiting models, and methods for motivating policymakers to work for home care.
Weber specializes in collaborating with team members to create systems and processes that increase efficiency. He graduated magna cum laude from BYU-Idaho with a degree in financial economics and oversees the Home Care Pulse annual benchmarking survey.