Harmony Information Systems to Host the Industry’s Leading Long Term Services and Supports Technology Conference

Long-term Care Professionals to Gather in Cincinnati to Discuss Ways Technology Will Help Lead Change as More Consumers Receive Services Funded by Medicaid and Medicare

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Harmony Information Systems

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The Harmony Users Conference provides a unique and valuable opportunity for human services professionals to discuss ways they can maximize their use of Harmony technology solutions to deliver the highest level of service in the face of expanding demand.

Reston, VA (PRWEB) October 03, 2013

Harmony Information Systems, Inc. (Harmony), the leader in integrated health and human services management, announced today that it will host the 2013 Harmony Users Conference, “Navigating the Tides of Change”, from October 23 through October 25, 2013 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The conference will focus on providing Harmony’s health and human services customers with the resources they need to achieve their missions of delivering high quality long-term care to more people in a rapidly changing landscape.

“Harmony customers are at the center of the change taking place throughout the long-term care industry,” said Joseph Sander, President and CEO of Harmony. “New programs such as Community Care Transitions and the Balancing Incentives Program provide funding mechanisms to help consumers thrive in homes and communities. The 2013 Harmony Users Conference provides a unique and valuable opportunity for those human services professionals to discuss ways they can maximize their use of Harmony technology solutions to deliver the highest level of service in the face of expanding consumer demand combined with dwindling budgets and resources.”

Dr. Eric Coleman, director of the Care Transitions Program will keynote the conference providing an overview of the Care Transitions program and insight into ways community-based organizations (CBOs) can increase the success of care transitions from hospitals to other settings. Dr. Coleman will also offer his view on the role that family caregivers should play in care transitions episodes, the challenges CBOs may face in implementing care transitions, and how organizations can best optimize resources to deliver on this model.

The 2013 Harmony Users Conference will be held at the Hilton Netherland Plaza in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 23-25, 2013.

About Harmony Information Systems, Inc.
Harmony Information Systems Inc., (Harmony), the leader in integrated health and human services management, provides comprehensive solutions that enable organizations to manage growing consumer caseloads with existing resources. The company’s end-to-end solutions manage the delivery of care for elders and intellectually disabled persons, enabling organizations to maximize outcomes while increasing service delivery efficiency, ensuring compliance with funding requirements, and automating Medicaid waiver processes. Harmony products are used by more than 1,000 state, local, and private provider human service organizations to manage both traditional and consumer-directed models of service. For more information on Harmony products and solutions, visit http://www.harmonyis.com or call us at 866.951.2219.