Lincoln Healthcare Leadership Announces Inaugural Post Acute Link Educational Program

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The first event of its kind, Post Acute Link brings together large providers from all four major post acute sectors – SNF, Senior Living, Home Health, and Hospice.

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Our post acute system is going to go through dramatic change, and you can emerge as a top-tier player in five years. We intend to help you get there.

Lincoln Healthcare Leadership announced the complete 2016 education program today for the inaugural Post Acute Link Conference taking place this June 8-10 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago. This robust educational program contains 26 sessions and serves all four major post acute sectors – SNF, Senior Living, Home Health, and Hospice - with an overall theme of moving into value based care.

“Our post acute system is going to go through dramatic change, and you can emerge as a top-tier player in five years. We intend to help you get there.” said David Ellis, Managing Director of Post Acute Link and President of Lincoln Healthcare Leadership. “One of the things I hear often from CEOs attending our other “100” conferences is ‘David, this is great learning. I only wish I was able to bring my entire senior management team.’ Post Acute Link fills this need and has been designed for the whole senior team.”

The sessions have been designed for senior management in all functional disciplines, and the content covers these topic categories:

  •          New Payment Models
  •          Future Trends
  •          Operations
  •          Policy
  •          IT/Data/Technology
  •          Leadership/Staffing

To register or learn more visit http://www.postacutelink.com.

About Lincoln Healthcare Leadership
Lincoln Healthcare Leadership is an education and networking company serving leading providers in four sectors: hospitals, home health/hospice, long term care and senior living. Our mission is to inspire excellence in leadership, strategy and innovation, and to be a catalyst for aggressive change as providers move from a fee-for-service reimbursement system into a value-based system.

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