Annual LTPAC Health IT Summit

LTPAC HIT Summit

11th Annual Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Health IT Summit
Hilton Baltimore on the Inner Harbor
Baltimore, MD

June 21-23, 2015

AGENDA

For over 10 years the Long Term and Post Acute Care (LTPAC) Health IT Collaborative has brought together key healthcare industry stakeholders to provide the premiere LTPAC Health IT Summit. By convening HIT leaders, key policy makers, leading providers, federal and state grantees, and other professionals, this collaborative effort has advanced policies and initiatives aligning with the national healthcare strategy.

In this, the only Summit of its kind, AHIMA, the LTPAC Health IT Collaborative, Strategic Partners, and many other key organizations team up to address the issues facing the LTPAC care setting you need to hear about. This two-day meeting provides thought-provoking, interactive sessions aimed at advancing HIT Priorities; showcases implementation successes; and puts the spotlight on LTPAC technologies. Attendees can utilize early riser sessions, keynote addresses, and individual tracks to coordinate a learning experience meeting their specific needs. Attendees also enjoy multiple networking opportunities with peers, industry decision makers, and policy-makers, allowing them to engage in cutting-edge debates with others to highlight the needs of the LTPAC patients and consumers.

Attendees also have access to an exhibit hall, an interoperability showcase, poster session, and a welcome reception.

Audience: The diverse Summit audience includes policy-makers from key federal and state government agencies, leaders, implementers, and technology vendors.  Attendees include:

  • LTPAC healthcare organization administrative and nursing leadership, corporate leaders, nurse assessment coordinators, and health information managers.
  • Information Officers
  • Medical Directors and Physicians
  • Pharmacists
  • Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement
  • Hospitals and other healthcare organizations working with LTPAC organizations  (including hospitalist, case managers, discharge planners)
  • Federal and State officials – including government agencies, HIT offices, Medicare and Medicaid offices.
  • Housing providers including assisted living, HUD housing, and housing with services
  • Accountable care organizations
  • Technology vendors

Continuing Education Units: 16

In Collaboration With:

ACTS Retirement Life Communities

American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination

American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living

American Health Information Management Association

AMDA - The Society for Post Acute and Long Term Care Medicine

American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association

American Society of Consultant Pharmacists

Alliance for Nursing Informatics

LeadingAge/Center for Aging Services Technologies

Kindred Healthcare

National Association of Home Care & Hospice/Home Care Technology Association of America (NAHC)

National Association for the Support of Long Term Care

National PACE Association

RTI International