November 14, 2008
Emerging Trends in Senior Health Services: The Evolution Toward Personalized Medicine, Coordinated Care and Prevention
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a599a4/emerging_trends_in) has announced the addition of the "Emerging Trends in Senior Health Services: The Evolution Toward Personalized Medicine, Coordinated Care and Prevention Audio Conference" report to their offering.
As the need for coordinated care for seniors is expanding, services that help improve the quality of life while maximizing independence and reducing healthcare costs will most likely receive the greatest boost.Senior healthcare and related aging services are seeing an evolution toward personalized medicine, an emphasis on prevention, and an increased focus on keeping seniors in their own homes with new modes of remote caregiving. New partnerships are developing in senior services within the community and between the older adult, the caregiver and the medical team.
How can your organization take advantage of the current market developments?
Join Elderly Health Services Letter and three leaders in senior health services for "Emerging Trends in Senior Health Services: The Evolution Toward Personalized Medicine, Coordinated Care and Prevention," a special 90-minute audio conference and webinar that took place in April 2008.
Who Will Benefit From This Session?
Senior health services providers, long-term care hospitals and providers, hospices and palliative care providers, home health agencies, adult day care services, associations for the aging, geriatric programs, hospitals, health systems with titles like:
President/CEO, Administrator, Executive Director, Director of Senior Services, Home Care Director, Nursing Administrator, Executive Vice President, Program Director, Directors of Patient Services, Directors of Social Services, Community Relations Director, Director of Elder Affairs, Director of Geriatric Program
Key Topics Covered:
-How will health care change over the next decade as baby boomers age?
-Current models of senior care that are lowering costs and improving care quality
-How to reduce the need for unnecessary emergency care and hospitalization
-Best practices for delivering proactive, preventative health care and to improve the quality of life for seniors
-How to finance new senior health programs
-Effective case management systems
-Why patient-centered care is important today
-How multi-cultural outreach can increase your census
-What emerging senior service models seem most promising
-Forging community partnerships to participate in the continuum of care
-Developing evidence-based health promotion programs for seniors
-Question and answer session
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a599a4/emerging_trends_in