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Axxess Home Care Regional Meeting - FREE for Members!
You are invited to attend the Axxess Home Care Regional Meeting for AHHC Members! The first of these meetings will take place January 22 at the Axxess Home Care & Hospice Conference Center at AHHC in Raleigh, NC. Come get to know Axxess and AHHC staff, enjoy lunch, network with your peers and hear two great sessions on Building Your Value Proposition and Recuitment!
See Program for Details
FREE for Members!
This day of learning and networking is designed for home care (personal care, private duty nursing, companion sitter) agencies!
Creating Revenue Streams Through Specialty Programs
This session will cover the following objectives: private duty partners in care for disease management; training caregivers; marketing the program; and a deeper dive into dementia programs.
Employee Value Proposition: Strategies for Employee Engagement Success
For the first time in history five generations can be found working side by side in the workforce. A talent gap is forming as Baby Boomers age into retirement and Millennials climb the corporate ladder. In 2016, 60 percent of all home care workers were part time or part year workers. Learn how to deliver on your value proposition as a recruitment strategy to engage, enable and energize the evolving workforce.
Tammy Ross, Senior Vice President of Operations, Professional Services, Axxess
Tammy Ross is directly responsible for the Professional Services division of Axxess whose goal is to offer practical operational solutions to the home care and hospice industry. She has 30 plus years in the post-acute industry; highly saturated in certified home health. She has lead successful large multi-site and multi- state agencies and contributed to driving down the Medicare spend rate by participating as a certified home health provider in multiple accountable care organizations. She has a successful track history in developing 5 Star agencies and improving patient outcomes through disease management. She is the co-developer of Maintenance Therapy a Palliative Care Approach which is a rehab program based on the premise of the Jimmo verses Sebelius settlement that patients do not have to have rehab potential to receive therapy services. Seeing the value in training and mentoring caregivers that support the desire to allow clients and patients the ability to age in place in the home, Mrs. Ross opened a Certified Nursing Assistant School (CNA School) which had a 98% pass rate for certification exam and was a career path for 50% of students to obtain higher training in the medical field to include nursing, coding, and medical assistance. She opened and owned a private duty agency that employed these next generation CNA’s to deliver specialty programs directed at disease management. The agencies dementia program was highly sought after by referral sources, caregivers, and providers. Prior to her current position at Axxess, she was an international industry consultant focusing on operational management throughout the United States and the Pacific realm. Through her consulting efforts the first Medicare certified Home Health and Hospice was opened in Guam and later in Saipan. A strong supporter of the military, Mrs. Ross is most proud of her work with Congress to promote legislation to bring Women Infant and Children (WIC) Program to military family’s station overseas. Mrs. Ross earned a master’s degree in Health Care Administration from Columbia Southern University and is a bachelors prepared registered nurse. She also has advanced certification in Health Care Case Management and Quality Improvement. When she is not busy at Axxess, she enjoys assisting clients and family in navigating the health care system on a volunteer basis.
Adrian Killebrew, Business Development Executive, Axxess
Adrian Killebrew is a savvy professional whose ability to connect others and build relationships has allowed organizations to establish meaningful business connections nationally. Adrian is a Business Development Executive for Axxess, the fastest growing home healthcare technology company in North America, where he oversees relationships and partnerships with key industry associations, regional consultants, and national vendor partners. Adrian has been delivering organizational management and business development strategies for over 13 years. He brings expertise from the healthcare technology, wireless, and association management industries working for organizations such as Verizon, Dallas Regional Chamber and Axxess. Adrian is currently in the pursuit of a Doctorate in Management with an emphasis in Organizational Leadership.
Adrian is also the Founder and Executive Director of IRON Dallas. His personal brand is in lock-step with his commitment to investing in the community. He believes in the power of mentorship and professional development and puts that belief into action. He is an alum of Leadership Dallas, Mayor’s Star Council, board member of Heart House of Dallas, and serves as the Vice President of the Dallas alumni chapter of his alma mater, Rhodes College. He is not only committed to his own success, but he is equally committed to the success of others.
1/22/2019 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM
AXXESS Home Care & Hospice Conference Center 3315 Scott Futrell Dr, Charlotte, NC 28208 UNITED STATES
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