by Stephen Samson, on Sep 19
As we head into the fall iUGO Care will be on the road, showcasing our latest Remote Patient Monitoring and Chronic Care Management solutions and getting up to speed on the latest developments in the industry. We also realize that the community we’re building is every bit as important as the technology we’re creating. Conferences and hackathons are a great opportunity for us to connect with our community and catch up with new and old friends alike. These events often provide the venues where we meet new partners and potential contributors to the iUGO Care platform.
September and October are particularly busy travel months for us. Members of the iUGO team will be attending the following events:
September 26-28: ATA Edge Conference, Austin, Texas
The purpose of Edge is to help innovate, think bigger, & learn from each other. Attendees will walk away inspired with new ideas, learn what their competitive Edge is and gain insight on how to optimize it.
Edge’s new vision and goal is to change the story around virtual care and their events will reflect that. They will curate content and experiences that will be designed to shed new light on timely topics in virtual care and focus on the why.
Starting with EDGE 2018 the theme will be how to begin defining (or refining) an organizations’ growth strategy to incorporate telehealth. They’ll respond to questions like “what is the promise of innovative technology?”, “what is the pathway to success?” and “how does each piece fit together?” Through a series of short talks, interactive sessions, and fun attendees will walk away with the answers to these questions and actionable solutions to push their organization and the industry forward.
October 3-5: National ACO Association Conference in Capital Hilton, Washington, D.C.
ACOs are positioned at the intersection of value-based payments, population health, care coordination, innovation, transformation, and collaborations among Medicare, Medicaid and commercial payers. The NAACOS Fall 2018 Conference will provide the roadmap for ACOs navigating this high-speed, healthcare freeway into the future.
NAACOS conferences are packed with critical insights, strategies and perspectives from national ACO experts, plus case studies, valuable data and lessons learned from leading ACOs around the country. Our Fall 2018 Conference will be a unique opportunity to network with more than 600 fellow ACO stakeholders and establish relationships that will advance your organization along the path forward.
NAACOS conferences are the only events organized exclusively by ACOs with more than 70 percent of attendees employed by ACO. Attendees at the fall conference will be:
- Clinical leaders of ACOs
- Administrators of ACOs
- Executives considering the ACO model
- CMS Officials
- Private Payers
- Industry Partners
October 7-9: 2018 Home Care & Hospice Conference & Expo, Grapevine, Texas
The iUGO Care team with be attending and exhibiting at the NAHC (National Association for Home Care and Hospice) in Grapevine, Texas October 7-9.
We’re looking forward to contributing to the conversation around solutions for chronic disease management. Chronic diseases are one of the leading drivers of the nation’s $2.7 trillion in annual health care costs. iUGO Care’s solution specifically addresses the management, prevention, and reduction of costs associated with chronic diseases. Through the reduction of rehospitalizations and taking away the administrative burden facing care teams, they can focus on what they do best — patient care. Stop by booth #534 for a demo of the iUGO Care platform and chat with us about starting a free trial with us today.
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice represents the nation’s 33,000 home care, hospice and private duty organizations and advocates for the more than 2 million nurses, therapists, aides, and other caregivers who provide in-home services to some 12 million Americans each year who are infirm, chronically ill or disabled. NAHC represents one-out-of every two Medicare-certified home care agencies in the United States. NAHC members include top-level decision makers at regional and national organizations who rely on us for professional development and industry news.
Check out the video below for a teaser of the 2018 conference:
October 10-13: 21st Annual Diabetes Canada/CSEM Professional Conference and Annual Meetings, Nova Scotia, Halifax
We’ll be sending our Diabetes Nurse Specialist to Halifax in October to take part in the Annual Diabetes Conference. The scientific sessions offer researchers and health-care professionals a unique opportunity to share ideas and learn about significant advances in diabetes research, treatment and care. Over the course of four days, participants will receive exclusive access to more than 40 dynamic and innovative sessions, take part in engaging exchanges with industry-leading experts and expand professional networks with over 1,800 attendees.
October 21-24: Pace Conference NPA, Portland
Featured subject areas will include PACE service diversification, the use of DataPACE3 for quality improvement activities, growth strategies for PACE, the use of PACE waiver opportunities, and operational efficiencies.
This year’s conference also will feature a rehab/therapy concentration as part of the overall session offerings. These educational sessions will focus on information exchange and problem-solving.
Sixty-minute roundtable discussions will be held on a variety of hot topics in PACE.
If you’re based in any of those cities or planning on attending any of these events, please reach out. Check back with us for information on where the iUGO Care team will be next. For scheduling demos or meeting with our sales team email email@example.com.