The annual convention and expo of the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living kicks off Sunday in Nashville. Dozens of educational sessions will offer long-term care professionals opportunities to earn continuing education credit and network with peers.
The final stages of preparation are underway for the 2014 American Society of Consultant Pharmacists' (ASCP) annual meeting and exhibition. The gathering of great minds in geriatric medication management takes place November 5-7 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
There's nothing like the first time you get to meet people, attend education sessions and see the exhibit hall at the American Health Care Association, as I found out last week. If you weren't there, you missed a lot.
What do you call a 77-year-old who has worked with — indeed BEEN one of — the most powerful people in the world, traveled the globe extensively, served his country with honor for decades and then charms, compliments and entertains you for over an hour — without the help of a teleprompter? The perfect keynote speaker for your conference, that's what.
A trio of national annual meetings for long-term care stakeholders will take place in the week ahead, and luckily for those wanting to attend, they'll all be at the same location. The American Health Care Association and its companion group, the National Center for Assisted Living, will hold its 65th annual convention in Sunday through Wednesday in Washington, D.C. In conjunction with those two groups' meetings, the National Association for the Support of Long Term Care will be hold its 25th annual meeting Sunday through Tuesday, also at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at National Harbor in the District of Columbia.
LeadingAge will host its annual meeting and expo Sunday through Wednesday at the Dallas Convention Center. Dozens of continuing education credits, as well as countless opportunities to network and see some of the newest technology available will be available. Keynote speakers include athlete and activist Aimee Mullins, nonprofit guru and innovator Dan Pallotta and National Geographic writer and explorer Dan Buettner.
Long-term care operators and top managers will be making their way to Phoenix this weekend through Wednesday to attend the 64th annual AHCA/NCAL exhibition and expo. Hosted by the largest nursing home association in the country, the AHCA show will feature dozens of opportunities to earn continuing education credit through educational sessions; top keynote speakers; and an expansive exhibit hall that opens for a total of six and a half hours Monday and Tuesday.
The AHCA/NCAL Convention App is available for download on mobile devices, the organization said. The national convention will be Oct. 6-9 in Phoenix.
The Assisted Living Federation of America will hold its annual conference and expo Monday through Thursday in Charlotte, NC, with a special speaker on Wednesday. Laura Bush, wife of former President George W. Bush, will address attendees at the ALFA Hero Awards Luncheon. More than 2,000 senior living executives from around the world will be in attendance for idea development, problem solving, networking and intense educational opportunities at the conference.
Providers, especially nonprofits, are willing to invest more than ever before in technology, a leading technical expert said at the LeadingAge convention.
It was a good — no, a great — day for Atul Gawande groupies Monday at the LeadingAge annual meeting in Denver.
The 2012 edition of the LeadingAge annual meeting and exposition kicks off Sunday in Denver and promises a wide variety of educations sessions, activities and special attractions for long-term care providers. Keynote speakers are Nobel Prize winner Tutu on Sunday, surgeon/writer Atul Gawande on Monday and MIT Technology AgeLab director Joseph Coughlin on Tuesday. More than 200 education sessions will be sprinkled in and around exhibition hall hours (12 to 3:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, as well as 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday).
October is for many of us in the long-term care field what December is to others.
The line separating assisted living and skilled care services continues to blur, according to panelists who spoke Wednesday at the Assisted Living Federation of America's 2012 conference and expo near Dallas.
The American Society of Consultant Pharmacists' 2011 annual meeting and exhibition will take place Wednesday through next Friday at the Phoenix Convention Center. Kicking off the event will be a keynote presentation by Bill Thomas, M.D., founder of the Eden Alternative® and the Green House Project®. On Friday, renowned researcher Howard Friedman, Ph.D., will present "Findings from the Longevity Project: Discoveries for Health and Long Life from an Eight-Decade Study." Numerous educational sessions, exhibits and networking opportunities also will take place, as top senior care medication professionals gather to learn from one another.
While this is a particularly challenging time for providers, the American Health Care Association president says he is optimistic about their future.
The American Health Care Association will open its annual convention and expo Sunday at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. The event, which attracts upwards of 5,000 long-term care owners, operators, administrators, directors of nursing and other top managers, will run through Wednesday. Best-selling author Daniel Pink ("Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us"; "A Whole New Mind") will keynote the opening general session at 3 p.m. Monday. Corporate culture expert Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos.com Inc., will be the featured speaker at the closing general session at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Thousands of providers to gather as largest nursing home association opens its 60th annual conventionOctober 02, 2009
The nation's largest nursing home association will kick off its 60th annual convention and expo Sunday at McCormick Place in Chicago. One of the highlights of the American Health Care Association's four-day confab (themed "Quality Care Plus") will be a focus on quality improvement, including the celebration of a record 468 AHCA/HCAL National Quality Award recipients.