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Show Them the Money…and Social Value (Webinar)

Show Them the Money…and Social Value (Webinar)

Thursday, June 2, 2022 (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM) (EDT)

Description

The home care industry in Florida has seen significant changes since COVID-19, and in the coming years, those changes are expected to be transformational. A key strategy for organizations and the home care industry in Florida is to communicate the economic and social benefits that our industry provides to the state. In order to compete with nursing homes and other health care sectors for state and federal monies, it is critical to have hard economic data on the impact of home care. By sharing the collective impact of the Florida home care provider community, we will assist in driving current and future policy decisions that will help our industry grow so it can meet future demands. In this exclusive webinar, Paul Umbach, an international expert in economic design transformation in health care, explains how hard data can be used to drive changes in policy and funding for our industry.

Here’s what attendees will learn during this live webinar:

  • Key trends in the home care industry, both nationally and in Florida, that impact our industry.
  • Comparisons between home care and other industries in Florida.
  • Important economic and social impact metrics that other states have used to communicate the impact of the home care industry.
  • How your organization can leverage impact data and stories to grow partnerships, patients/clients, and funding.

Meet the Speaker

Paul Umbach founded Tripp Umbach in 1990 and serves as President overseeing a skilled team of respected and trusted consultants. Paul has a long history of demonstrated leadership and influence in the field consulting on thousands of projects for prestigious organizations across the nation and globally. His distinguished career is rooted in community assessment, market research, and economic analysis. 

Powered by purpose and inspired by possibility, Paul has centered his life’s work on transforming ideas into action to create impact. This commitment to community health and betterment drives his passion to empower clients and find tangible solutions for the greater good. 

Deeply driven to create change and opportunity, Paul models putting innovative thought into practice. Through his postgraduate research at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Paul developed the field of Economic Design Thinking, using societal impact analysis as a planning tool to bring value to communities throughout the world. 

Paul is a pioneer in the national “healthy community” movement completing community assessments and health improvement plans in more than 500 communities across the nation. As the leading figure nationally for academic medicine consulting, Paul advised the planning and development of more than 30 of the nation’s new medical schools. A significant achievement in itself, he has also provided consulting for more than half of all US medical schools and graduate medical education expansion programs throughout the United States. Paul has led upwards of 500 economic impact assessments for highly regarded clients such as the Association of American Medical Colleges, the Mayo Clinic, the Council of Boston Teaching Hospitals, the Ohio State University, and the National Park Service. Read more here.

Continuing Education

Attendees will receive 1.0 continuing education unit for skilled nursing, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology.

Call for Sponsors

HCAF offers a multitude of ways for home care industry vendors to promote their products and services, including education program sponsorships. Explore the benefits of sponsoring this or another program or contact us for more information.

Pricing

HCAF members receive a discount on registration! Please log in to your profile before registering to receive the discount. The following fees apply for this program:

HCAF Members: $29
Prospective Members: $58

Please log in to the program at least 15 minutes prior to the start time. Additional logins will be charged an additional registration fee. By registering for this event, you are agreeing to our payments, cancellation, and substitution policies.

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