Who Attends the Financial Management Conference & Expo?

FMC Attendee Demographics

In 2019, more than 500 home care and hospice managers – many of them C-suite – attended the Financial Management Conference. Attendees’ roles in their organizations include:

  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Finance Manager or Director
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Administrator
  • Owner or President
  • Vice President
  • Executive Director
  • Accountant
  • Controller
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Executive Vice President or Senior Vice President

Attendees at the Financial Management Conference represent leaders in the industry with multiple years of experience to share. More than 55% of attendees have 11 years or more experience in home care and hospice, and 39% have worked in the home care and hospice industry for 11-25 years.

Attendees tell us they are interested in meeting with these types of product and service providers:

  • Data Analytics Benchmarking Software
  • Education and Training
  • Data Performance Measurement
  • Telehealth/Technology
  • Business Services
  • Accounting
  • Computer Software/Hardware
  • Consulting
  • Recruitment and Staffing
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Marketing
  • Communications Technology
  • Medical Devices and Supplies
  • Insurance
  • Accreditation
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Publishers

The majority of attendees tell us the main reason they attend is to learn – but not just in the classroom. They also want to learn about the latest products and services that can help them run their agencies successfully.

 

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Role in Organization

40 percent of those attending Financial Management Conference are C-Suite, from owners to CEOs and CFOs.

 

NOTE: DATA FOR CHART:

 

C-Suite (CEO, COO, CFO, Executive Director, Owner, President, etc.)     40%

Senior Management (including Executive/Senior VP, Vice President, Controller, etc.)  13%

Management (Finance Manager or Director, Administrator, etc.)             39%

Other    8%

 

Purchasing Authority

68% of attendees are the final decision maker or have significant influence over purchasing decisions in their agencies.

34%     Final Decision Maker

33%     Significant Influencer

17%      Makes Recommendations

11%      No Role in Purchasing

4%     Researcher