This year’s MSD Healthcare Innovation + Technology conference is aptly titled “Better Together.” Recognizing the positive shift of post-acute healthcare providers embracing innovative technology solutions to improve patient outcomes, the MSD Better Together conference brings together leaders from across the industry to share their expertise and discuss emerging technology solutions.
Topic: Post-Acute Care
Increased competition, tougher regulations and reduced reimbursements are causing stress in the post-acute care industry. Many company leaders are concerned about growing their business to remain competitive. It may seem to be a strange time to talk about establishing a health and wellness program, but a well-structured program can produce measurable results for both the company and its employees.
Companies of all sizes are making their businesses stronger by including philanthropy in their corporate culture. Philanthropy is intended to make a positive impact on society, but it also results in improving employee loyalty, along with the company’s business connections and standing in the community. For companies in the post-acute care industry, philanthropy can be a natural extension of corporate goals.
If you haven't started using social media to promote your company yet, you’re way behind. With the explosion of sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube, reaching your potential customers through these channels is an opportunity that you simply can’t ignore. By using social media, you can raise awareness about your services, give followers up-to-date information on events you are hosting, and provide patients, clients or referral sources a direct way to interact with you.
The Home Health Technology Summit is just around the corner! It’s being held at The Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans, and while it’s target audience is all home-based services, it is hosted by HME News, one of the top Home Medical Equipment publications in the country.