If you want to prepare for the healthcare revolution,
attend the 13th Annual Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Health IT Summit! This
event provides the opportunity to speak directly with policy makers and
expert leaders in federal, state, and local initiatives, that are challenging
and propelling LTPAC—along with the rest of the healthcare continuum—into the
next era of exchange and innovation. This is more than just a health information
technology (HIT) summit. This is a healthcare summit. Attendees will benefit
from presentations on topics including healthcare transformation and clinical
technology innovations, the different needs for data in expanded healthcare
settings, clarification on privacy and security regulations and from real world
examples on how long term services and supports are evolving.
The LTPAC Health IT Summit is hosted by the LTPAC Health IT Collaborative
including AHIMA, the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination; the
American Medical Rehabilitation Providers Association; the American Health Care
Association; the National Center for Assisted Living; LeadingAge; the Center for
Aging Services Technologies; Healthcare Information and Management Systems
Society; the National Association for Home Care and Hospice; the National
Association for the Support of Long Term Care; the National Pace Association;
the American Society for Consultant Pharmacists; and the Home Care Technology
Association of America.
1. Showcase healthcare transformation and clinical technology innovations
that support clinical processes such as transitions of care, care coordination,
care planning, and the role technology plays in supporting new payment and
value-based care delivery models.
2. Provide examples of how long-term services and supports are evolving to
provide patient care to LTPAC populations and engaging consumers in the
3. Spotlight how health informatics and analytics are improving patient care
4. Address the different needs for data in expanded healthcare settings.
5. Clarify privacy and security regulations including cyber-security.
6. Provide guidance to attendees on how to effectively use information for
organizational decision making, performance improvement, cost management, and
All health IT leaders, policy makers, care provider executives, LTPAC
providers, privacy and security professionals, data analytics and
informatics professionals, vendors and hospital leaders interested in advancing
health information technology (HIT) policies and initiatives aligning with the
national healthcare strategy and widespread interoperability