influence group, a leading producer of intimate, invite-only B2B retreats, is launching a new community and event for the rapidly growing home health care market.
TheHome Care Innovation Forum (HCIF) will bring together home health care CXOs and industry stakeholders through digital roundtables and an annual retreat to reimagine the future of this critical industry.
The inaugural retreat will take place June 4-6, 2023 at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort & Spa in San Diego. It will feature cutting-edge content, business matchmaking, and unforgettable networking experiences.
The initial speaker lineup includes Taco Bell CEO Mark King, who will share lessons on staffing and retention and embracing disruption, and Darryl “DMC” McDaniels of Run-DMC who will inspire home care leaders to take risks and embrace collaboration (like Run-DMC’s unorthodox collaborations with Aerosmith and Adidas).
The program will also feature home care leaders, including Caring Brands International CEO Jennifer Sheets, Lifespark CEO Joel Thiesen, Home Helpers CEO Emma Dickison, Alivia Care President Susan Ponder-Stansel, Intrepid USA CEO John Kunysz, Mission Healthcare CEO Paul VerHoeve, Care Advantage CEO Tim Hanold, and many others.
The event will also include 1:1 business meetings between innovative industry suppliers and attendees and networking excursions such as surfing lessons, hot air balloon rides, and local brewery tours.
The Home Care Innovation Forum is produced by the team behind theSenior Living Innovation Forum, the nation’s premier gathering for leaders in senior housing and care.
“We are excited to build a collaborative space for home health care leaders looking to challenge the status quo,” says executive producer Michael Owens. “HCIF will inspire and provoke imaginative thought about the future of the home health care industry.”
Chris Killian is a Detroit-based content producer and veteran journalist focused on at-home health and its intersection with the business of aging. In his spare time he likes to cook, play guitar, and work on his ’84 worn-out VW Westphalia, Harry, trying to coax him into another open road adventure.
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