EXETER — Nationally recognized health care and technology experts will speak at a health care services and technology symposium hosted by ChartaCloud Technologies (“ChartaCloud”) a leading health care information technology services company based in Exeter.
The symposium, entitled, “Foundational Home Health Care Services Technologies for Profitability, Performance and Compliance,” will be held in Portsmouth on March 26.
Former Assistant Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Jay Hodes, current President of Colington Consulting, will present on HIPAA compliance, and Rich Chesney, President of Healthcare Market Resources, will address opportunities and threats in home health care.
Specialists from ChartaCloud, Hewlett-Packard, Treeno Software and qliqSoft will also present on the latest technologies for use in health care services.
“We are fortunate to be able to offer such renowned expertise to the home care industry in New Hampshire and New England, said Lauryn Schimmel, Managing Director of ChartaCloud Technologies. “It’s exciting to learn about the latest in home health care research and technology and the information shared will help to improve patient care services in the region.”
One unique learning feature of the symposium will be the “live technologies lab,” which will provide participants with a hands-on opportunity to work with advanced technologies, including European SMART form and digital pen technology that allows for seamless data capture and is transforming data collection in the home health care industry. The symposium will also include an interactive future scenario mapping session to develop and share peer insight on strategic business planning.
There is no fee to attend but seating for the symposium, to be held at The 100 Club located at 100 Market Street in Portsmouth, is limited. Certified and non-certified home health care, hospice, and after care service providers interesting in seating reservations and additional details about the symposium can be obtained by calling 603-580-1088 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org subject line “symposium.”