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Aging services providers and technology vendors can offer a conference session or showcase their technology solutions during the third AgeTech California Technology Conference and Exposition.
The 1-day conference takes place on Nov. 15, 2012 at the Hilton Pasadena in Pasadena, CA. Deadline for session proposals is July 30.
This year’s conference will address many organizational barriers to adopting new technologies. It will also offer guidance for the sometimes-daunting investment decisions and implementation processes involved in technology adoption.
This year’s theme is “Innovate. Invest. Implement. – Technology Advantage in a Value-Driven Environment.”
The AgeTech California conference is sponsored by Aging Services of California, a LeadingAge affiliate, and the California Association for Health Services at Home (CAHSAH).
The 2 organizations established AgeTech California to advance the delivery of technology-enabled care by aging services and home care providers in California. AgeTech California is an affinity partner of LeadingAge CAST.
July 30 is the deadline to propose your 1-hour or 90-minute presentation or panel session for the conference. Preference will be given to session proposals that include providers and maintain a “technology-agnostic” orientation.
A list of suggested presentation topics can be found on the AgeTech California website.
Proposals may be mailed to AgeTech California:
1315 I Street, Ste. 100Sacramento, CA 95814.
They can also be faxed to 916-428-4250 Attn: Jan Guiliano or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
AgeTech California is also seeking exhibitors for its conference expo. The expo will focus on a variety of technologies and related data systems, including those that enable:
All meals, refreshments and general sessions will be held in the technology expo ballroom.
This will give conference attendees many opportunities to view and discuss technology solutions with exhibitors.
Visit CAHSAH.org for more information and to register as an exhibitor.