NAHC’s Annual Financial Management Conference Starts Sunday. Past Attendees Discuss its Value and Importance
There’s still time to register to attend the full conference, or drive in for the day.
July 24, 2013 10:52 AM
With the Financial Management Conference and Exposition kicking off later this week, please see what some of your peers and colleagues say about the importance and value of attending the conference, and make plans to attend this year, as well:
“I find the Financial Management Conference highly valuable for our attendees. We have prioritized it in our budget process over a number of other options. I have been every year and have gotten more out of this conference than a number of other excellent national conferences. In today’s challenging environment, the agenda topics and networking opportunities are even more critical to the performance of our businesses than before. It is worth the spend in the world of declining reimbursement, market changes and ACA preparation.”
Joe Calcutt, Chief Financial Officer, Liberty Healthcare Management
“I want to take this opportunity to invite you to join me and several of my staff members at the upcoming NAHC/ HHFMA Financial Management Conference on August 28 to 30 in Washington, DC. This is one of the most important conferences for our home health and hospice industry. As you know, we are facing extremely challenging financial and operational issues. This conference pairs both knowledgeable consultants with expert providers to create interesting and valuable discussions on the most important financial issues facing your agency. I have always found attendance to give me important tools in dealing with current topics and managing costs. It also provides great opportunities to network with industry leaders willing to share how they are approaching various problem areas. You really cannot get that from any other source.
You do not want to miss this conference. I hope to see you there!”
Walter W. Borginis III, CPA, CGMA, MBA, Executive Vice President- Finance and Administration and CFO, The Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia
“Many of our clients consider the annual Financial Management Conference the most informative and important conference of the year and never miss it! This year’s programs relate directly to the significant changes and opportunities that will affect all home care and hospice providers beginning January 2014. The Notice of Proposed Rule Making for the Rebasing of HHPPS, to be released late June-early July, and the anticipated changes to the Medicare Hospice payment structure will be discussed and should be high on the “need to know” list for all providers. And, don’t forget the networking opportunities with you colleagues. We hope to see you there!”
Pat Laff, CEO, Laff Associates
“Increasing your knowledge of the possibilities and options of today and tomorrow is important for the survival and success of every business and every professional. The NAHC FMC is a terrific education event for these purposes. Additional benefits include networking with faculty, attendees, exhibitors, and learning of the latest updates from Washington DC. I have attended every FMC in this century and strongly recommend it to others.”
Tom Boyd, Principal, Boyd & Nicholas, Inc.