2011 Home Care 100 Conference Agenda


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2011 Home Care 100 Conference Agenda

  1. 1. Conference Agenda check-in lincoln executive Bookshop Spouse program Please plan to check-in with us at our onsite bookstore offers an See page 15 for complete our Welcome desk during one of eclectic mix of titles selected with Spouse Program details. the times below. healthcare Ceos in mind. Saturday: 12:00 – 8:00 pm monday: 7:00 am – 2:00 pm Sunday: 7:00 am – 4:30 pm tuesday: 7:00 am – 12:30 pm Partner: SaturdaY, FeBruarY 12 11:30 am – 2:00 pm BBQ lunch5:00 – 6:30 pm all are welcome for tasty BBQ fare.early arrivals’ reception Partner:touch base with fellow attendees before heading outto dinner.Partner: 2:30 – 4:45 pm executive mBa program all Hands on deck: 8 essential Lessons for Building a Culture of ownership SundaY, FeBruarY 13 (See Page 5 for the MBA Program Description)7:30 am – 1:00 pmrecreation 5:00 – 5:30 pm(See Page 14 for Recreation Details) executive newcomer’s reception Home Care 100 and its board members would like to invite all first-time executives and their spouses to 7:30 am – 1:00 pm golf tournament this casual cocktail reception. First-time providers and Partner: partners are welcome. Partner: 8:30 am – 12:00 pm outrigger canoeing 5:30 – 7:30 pm opening reception Kick off Home Care 100 with a savory sampling of hors 9:00 am – 12:00 pm newport Walk & Hike d’ oeuvres on the ritz-Carlton dana lawn overlooking Partner: the Pacific. (dinner is on your own this evening). Partner: 9:00 am – 12:30 pm electric Boat Scavenger Hunt 9:15 am – 12:00 pm mission San Juan capistrano tour (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 6 6
  2. 2. Conference Agenda continued mondaY, FeBruarY 14 9:00 – 9:30 am Break7:00 – 8:00 am Partner:BreakfastPartner: 9:30 – 10:30 am concurrent Sessions8:00 – 9:00 am From patient care to managed care:opening Keynote making the leapdo the right thing: How dedicated employees the “personalized medicine” approach is paving the waycreate loyal customers & large profits for a new era of individualized care in a more patient-as Ceo of Southwest airlines during September 11, Jim focused health system that emphasizes prevention,Parker continued the airline’s strong customer-focused positive outcomes, and better coordination of care. thisculture and record profitability during an extremely may happen in a population or for an episode, but there isdifficult time – especially for the airline industry. no question that it will happen. experts will discuss this next phase of home care in the u.S., with a focus on theJim Parker strongly believes that the culture of an different business models involved, and will offer insightorganization can be a great benefit in good economic into the disciplines needed to be successful in this arena.times but is absolutely essential in bad economic times.He stresses the “round earth” principle, which meansdeveloping a strong respect for your employees so thatthey will do the same for your customers on their owninitiative. When times are tough, that respect andappreciation transcend a purchasing consumer’s decisionto save money.Jim will share his experiences and how an employee-first culture, mutual respect and a common missioncontributed to Southwest’s remarkable success and howyou can apply those lessons to home care. Panelists (from l to r; top to bottom): Heather rooney (Moderator), President, Heather L. Rooney About Jim Parker: during Jim’s tenure as Strategy & Marketing Ceo, Southwest was named one of the three Sabine Brent, Regional Director, Sales & Business Development, most admired companies in america by Sentara Home Care Services Sue caputo, President, Home & Continuing Care, Metropolitan Fortune magazine; and airline of the Year by Jewish Health System Air Transport World magazine. Jim was also linda Huffer, COO & VP Operations, American Nursing Carenamed Co-Ceo of the Year in 2001 by Morningstar. Barbara mccann, VP & Chief Clinical Officer, Interim Healthcarecom, and was named to institutional investor’s list Kristy Wright, CEO, VNA of Greater PAof Best Ceo’s in america in 2004. Jim’s proudestaccomplishment, however, comes from the fact thatSouthwest airlines was able to protect the jobs of all of itsemployees, with no furloughs or pay cuts in the aftermathof September 11, while also remaining profitable everyquarter and year during his tenure. Jim presently serves on the Board of directors of the successful texas roadhouse restaurant company, and serves on the advisory Council for the Mit Sloan Business School Leadership Center. He isalso the author of Do the Right Thing – How DedicatedEmployees Produce Loyal Customers and Large Profits. (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 7
  3. 3. Conference Agenda Monday continuedemerging trends and entrepreneurial consolidation, diversification and integration:opportunities in Home care the m&a Scene in Home and Hospice carethis session will present the findings of a virtual Home care was the number one growing industrythink tank conducted in the months leading up to the from 2004 to 2009, averaging yearly increases of2011 conference. Panelists will review the output of more than seven percent. With the uncertainty of thethe 2010 Home Care 100 “Big ideas” think tank and healthcare reform bill now behind us, more companiescomment on the relevance and impact of the ideas a are entering the market in search of acquisitions toyear later in the shadow of reform. either make up for lost revenue and/or to capture greater market share. experts will provide insight into the availability of debt capital, creative financing techniques, and the M&a scene - with a focus on the trend of home health investing in hospice.Participants (from l to r; top to bottom):lisi coleman, CEO, Homesight & LiveAbilityerin denholm, CEO, Centura HealthBob Fazzi, President & Managing Partner, Fazzi Associatesmichael Fleming, CMO, Amedisys Home HealthKathleen griffin, National Director, Post Acute & Senior Panelists (from l to r):Services, Health Dimensions Group les levinson (Moderator), Partner, Edwards, Angell, Palmerpenny milanovich, President, UPMC/Jefferson Regional & Dodge LLPHome Health Simon Bachleda, Principal, Eos PartnersKeith myers, CEO, LHC Group mike gervais, CEO, Gemino Healthcare FinanceJeannee parker-martin, President & Co-Owner, Justin Hand, Managing Director, Provident Healthcare PartnersThe Corridor Group lew little, CEO, Harden Healthcarelou ann robinson, Director of Home Health Clinical Content, Wesley Smith, Managing Director, CIT HealthcareSilverchair Learning Systems michael Wiederhorn, Executive Director, Oppenheimer & Co.amanda twiss, CEO, OCS HomeCareron marshall, VP, Sutter Health (Photo Unavailable) 10:30 – 11:00 am Break Partner:“ As always, a first class conference! The discussions offered unique perspectives from some of the leading minds in our industry. This conference is a must for those who want to be the leaders in the home care industry.” James Newbrough, President, Cambridge Home Health Care (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 8
  4. 4. Conference Agenda Monday continued11:00 am – 12:00 pm capturing the care management Slice of theconcurrent Sessions Healthcare reform pie Chronic care management represents the most costlyHospital Focus group: What Hospitals are segment of the healthcare system, and the segmentlooking for in Home care providers is also considerably fragmented. as reform plays out,in a fast-paced Q&a format, hospital executives and there will be an increasing focus on addressing chronicphysicians will give their feedback on how home health care as well as hospital readmissions to reduce theagencies can become preferred post-acute partners to nation’s healthcare costs. Home care brings a numberhospitals. What is the overall hospital perspective on of competencies to chronic care management, but howhome health agencies? What is on their wish list for can agencies put themselves in the driver’s seat? Howsuccessful partners? What are the biggest mistakes home well prepared is your organization to provide chronichealth operators make with hospital discharges? What care management? this panel will address the strategicdrGs are best suited for home health to capture? Will importance and positioning of this opportunity for boththe growing emphasis on hospital readmissions change the sector and individual agencies.the way hospitals do business with home health? Whathome health clinical and measurement capabilities areon hospitals’ future wish-lists? Presenters (from l to r): Kathy dodd (Moderator), Founder & CEO, The Corridor Group Bill Borne, CEO, Amedisys Home Health Additional Presenter To Be Announced the pursuit of therapy excellence the single most financially impactful and politically charged issue in all of home care is the utilization,Panelists (from l to r; top to bottom): documentation and reimbursement of therapy services.margherita labson (Moderator), Executive Director, Home the growth in both the complexity of cases andCare Program, The Joint Commissionreggie allen, MBA, RN, System Director of Quality and Clinical the documentable need for therapy visits requiresOperations, Christus Health responsible agencies to provide similarly complexJudy amiano, VP Senior Services, Riverside Senior Living therapy offerings. From a leadership perspective, criticallaurie Brown, VP, Chief Nursing Officer, Franciscan Health questions need to be answered:System n What are the key PPS changes and what is the realcatherine giegerich, VP Operations, The Methodist HospitalSteven landers, Director, Center for Home Care & Community impact to agency operations?Rehabilitation, Cleveland Clinic n Given the impact, what strategies are agenciesdavid tam, Chief Administrative Officer, Palomar Pomerado implementing to ensure success for their therapyHospital service programs? Panelists (from l to r): tim ashe (Moderator), Partner, Director of Operational Consulting, Fazzi Associates Additional Presenters To Be Announced (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 9
  5. 5. Conference Agenda Monday continued12:00 – 12:45 pm 2:30 pm – 5:00 pmlunch recreationPartner: (See Page 14 for Recreation Details) Wine tasting Partner:12:45 – 1:45 pmgeneral Session paddle BoardingFrom Washington to Wall Street:a top-down view dolphin expeditionHealthcare policy and economic experts will provide Partner:our attendees with a macro view of reform, focusingon where home care fits within and beyond thehealthcare reform initiatives, as well as the Wall Streetand economic implications that may result. “top chef” cooking experience Partner: coastal cyclingPanelists (from l to r; top to bottom): 6:00 – 10:00 pmBill Simione, Jr. (Moderator), Managing Principal, Simione a taste of californiaConsultantslloyd dean, President & CEO, Catholic Healthcare West 6:00 – 6:45 pmBill dombi, Director, National Association for Home Care & receptionHospice Partner:doug Korey, Managing Director & Partner, ContemporaryHealthcare CapitalKen marlow, Partner, Waller Lansden Dortch Davis, LLPKeith myers, CEO, LHC GroupJohn ransom, Head of Health Care Equity Research, 6:45 – 8:45 pmRaymond James & Associates dinner Partner: 8:45 – 10:00 pm after dinner dessert & Social“ One of the best events in home care annually”. Brandon Ballew, VP Finance, Gentiva Health Services (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 10
  6. 6. Conference Agenda continued tueSdaY, FeBruarY 15 9:00 – 9:30 am Break7:00 – 8:00 am Partner:BreakfastPartner: 9:30 – 10:30 am concurrent Sessions8:00 – 9:00 amKeynote panel accountable care organizations:a confluence of risk, responsibility How Will they Work?and relationships accountable Care organizations (aCos) have beenthis panel will discuss trends and potential changes in anointed as the big solution, with care providersthe broader healthcare marketplace (payment reforms, re-taking center stage, focusing on health improvementaCos, and more) and identify clinical, economic, and and providing the continuum of care to their patients.political challenges posed by reform for the various despite the excitement surrounding the concept of anentities in the continuum of care. they will also focus aCo, what remains unanswered is exactly how aCoson the role that home care and hospice play in solving are going to work and the steps accountable providersthose challenges. among the questions to be considered: must take to ensure success.n What is the appetite in the home care sector for experts from some of the nation’s most prominent moving up the value chain, assuming more risk, healthcare delivery systems actively developing and/or taking on a gatekeeper role? aCos will discuss the essential elements requiredn What other entities are challenging home care in in developing aCos. they will also provide an the role as a solution (long term care, rehab, medical understanding of the various models associated with homes, nursing homes)? this highly touted pilot program (virtual integratedn What might these challengers mean to home care and systems, real integrated systems, hospitals). what changes are necessary in delivery models, payment, and reporting?n What is the emerging role of partnerships, particularly with hospitals, that will forge the clinical integration required for the upcoming era? Panelists (from l to r): Jeff petry (Moderator), VP Business Development, Premier, Inc. tim Barfield, Jr., CDO, Amedisys Home Health Brenda Bruns, Executive Medical Director, Health Plan Division, Group Health Collaborative Ken cohn, MD, MBA, FACS, Founder, HealthCollaboration.com doug Hastings, Member of the Firm, EpsteinBeckerGreenPanelists (from l to r; top to bottom):amanda twiss (Moderator), CEO, OCS HomeCareKent Bottles, MD, Independent Writer & LecturerBrian cloch, CEO, Transitional Care ManagementJeff petry, VP Business Development, Premier, Inc.John richter, Executive Principal, LarsonAllen LLPanne tumlinson, SVP, Avalere Health (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 11
  7. 7. Conference Agenda Tuesday continuedHome care and the post-acute care 11:00 am – 12:00 pmcontinuum closing general Sessionas healthcare reform moves toward bundling the role of Social media in Home carepayments, home care providers will no longer be and Hospicereceiving payment from Medicare, but rather directly Social media, social networks, and onlinefrom hospitals and doctors. the question then communities are changing the way companiesbecomes, how do home care providers become the communicate and engage with customers andattractive prospect for hospitals and doctors to form prospects. Most business experts agree that companiesthese relationships and promote the stability of the in every industry need to embrace social technologiescontinuum. experts will discuss the issues related to or risk facing extinction - and home care is nothe Post acute Care Continuum, focusing on the six exception. regardless of where you are on the socialkey things they must do today: bend the cost curve; technology curve, developing the right strategy,understand and capitalize on strengths; better use deploying the best tools, creating appropriate policies,technology; focus on patients not process; connect and building a stellar internal team of champions arequality to value; and build new relationships. all keys to success on the social web. Learn how home care companies around the country are embracing social media and transforming their websites into connected social hubs.Panelists (from l to r):John richter (Moderator), Executive Principal, LarsonAllen LLPJudy amiano, VP Senior Services, Riverside Senior Livingerin denholm, CEO, Centura Healthed downs, CEO, South Hampton Community Hospital Presenter:Jeff lemon, President, Spectrum Health Continuing Care Brian geyser, Founder, Carenetworks.com10:30 – 11:00 amBreakPartner: about lincoln Healthcare events: Lincoln Healthcare Events has been developing conferences for the past twelve years to provide exceptional leadership, networking and educational programs in the major segments of the healthcare industry. Today, our leadership conferences serve as industry benchmarks. COMMUNITYHOSPITAL100 EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE (203) 644-1712 > homecare100.com 12