Collaborative Care Summit

Collaborative Care Summit

Collaborative Care & Health IT Innovations Summit

Technology Integrating Pre-Acute and LTPAC Services into the Healthcare and Payment Ecosystems

Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor  
300 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland, United States of America, 21202
410 528 1234 
June 23-25, 2018                                                                                                                                                                         

The Collaborative Care & Health IT Innovation Summit, formerly known as Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Health IT Summit, is the premiere health IT conference for executives and information technology leaders from LTPAC sector, as well as acute care providers, payers, and technology vendors serving the older adult and individuals with chronic conditions throughout the continuum of healthcare. As the key conference of Health IT leaders, strategists, policymakers, providers, vendors and professionals, the Summit, co-organized by LeadingAge, LeadingAge CAST and tour partners in the LTPAC Health IT Collaborative, continues to advance initiatives facing the LTPAC sector as well as the interfacing, interacting, and partnering with the acute care and payer’s worlds.

What’s new this year?

This Summit is convened by LeadingAge CAST and will continue to focus on bringing LTPAC providers together with acute care providers, payers, health IT vendors, health information exchange intermediaries, consultants, system integrators, and solution providers to engage in discussing how technology is connecting the healthcare ecosystem in the era of health and payment reforms. The Summit’s keynotes, panels, and breakouts will address innovative care delivery and payment models enabled by technology in general, and the broader health IT, interoperability, and health information exchange modalities in particular. 

Who Should Attend the Summit?

Healthcare strategists and executive leadership, medical directors, directors of nursing of long-term and post-acute care provider organizations, the acute healthcare sector (ACOs, hospitals, urgent care, and physicians groups), as well as payers (health insurance and managed care plans) serving the growing older adult population.  In addition, past attendees included government representatives from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the Office of National Coordinator (ONC) of Health IT, and other health and human services administrators, clinicians (physicians, nurses, therapists, pharmacists and care managers and coordinators), IT professionals including health information and information management specialists, as well as executives, thought leaders and consultants from the technology sector, health IT, and solution vendors serving the older adults and health and care providers serving them. 

Why Attend the Summit?

LTPAC Providers 

  • Understand what payers, acute care, and other care partners expect from you in terms of quality, data, interoperability, information exchange capabilities.
  • Hear how your peers have successfully leveraged technology and partnered with acute care providers and payers to improve care quality, quality of life and boost referrals and bottom line, while reducing costs to partners. 
  • EHRs, telehealth, engagement, care management, care coordination, interoperability, interfacing, and health information exchange solutions.

Acute Care Providers

  • Understand how LTPAC providers can help you manage care for older adults and other populations with post-acute, chronic and long-term care needs including reducing readmission rates, shortening length of stay and improving care quality while reducing your cost.
  • Hear how hospitals, physician groups and ACOs have successfully partnered with innovative LTPAC providers and payers leveraging technology to improve care quality, quality of life and boost bottom line, while reducing cost to payers. 
  • Explore technology solutions that are key to your success, including EHRs, telehealth, engagement, care management, care coordination, interoperability, interfacing, and health information exchange solutions.

Payers

  • Understand how LTPAC providers can help you manage care for older adults and other populations with post-acute, chronic and long-term care needs including reducing readmission rates, shortening length of stay and improving care quality while reducing your cost.
  • Hear how payers have successfully partnered with innovative LTPAC and acute care providers leveraging technology to improve care quality, quality of life and boost bottom line, while reducing cost to payers. 
  • Explore technology solutions that are key to your success, including EHRs, telehealth, engagement, care management, care coordination, interoperability, interfacing, and health information exchange solutions.

Technology Vendors, Businesses, and Consultants

  • Hear about changes in the policy, regulatory, and payment environment affecting the healthcare continuum, and potentially your products and/or services.
  • Gain insights about challenges faced by the care continuum, the needs of providers and payers, and how innovative providers and payers are successfully partnering and leveraging technology to improve outcomes. 
  • Share your successes, approach to addressing challenges, and results achieved in the form of case case-studies, use cases, and demonstrations, and get exposure for your products and services.

Summit Themes and Hot Topics

  • Payment Reforms and Policy Changes
  • Value Based Care and the Role of Data (including Social Determinants of Health) 
  • Provider’s Technology & Health Policy Priorities
  • CMS & ONC Updates
  • Pre-Acute & LTPAC Partnerships with Acute Care 
  • Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) & LTPAC
  • Risk & Gain Sharing Models
  • Data Analytics & Business Insights
  • Managed Care Innovations
  • Provider-Payer Convergence
  • Technology Innovations
  • Patient and Family Engagement
  • Health IT Vendor Strategies 
  • Telehealth & Chronic Care Management
  • Care Coordination
  • Medication Management
  • Interoperability and HIE Success 
  • HIE Sustainability
  • Vendor-Vendor & Vendor-HIE Collaborations on Information Sharing
  • Integrated Care for Older Adults