Before you register, please review the options available:
Full conference pass
Scroll down for full conference pass inclusions.
One day pass
Wednesday or Thursday day passes are available, please select when registering.
Canadian customers attending SUMMIT will receive a $50 discount off the individual rate and a $75 discount off the individual rate for registering as a group.
Customers registering 2 or more attendees will receive a $50 discount off the individual rate. Select group registration type within the registration process. Group attendees must be registered together, if you need to add an individual to your group please email: SUMMIT@pointclickcare.com. This option is only available for full conference passes.
Want to bring a guest to SUMMIT? Registered attendees can purchase a guest pass for the Welcome Reception and Gala Event only. All guests must be 21+.
|Pass Type||Super Early Bird
05/17 – 07/05
07/06 – 09/09
09/10 – 10/31
11/01 – 11/04
|Group – Full Conference||$799||$849||$899||$999|
|Canadian Individual – Full Conference||$799||$849||$899||$999|
|Group – Canadian – Full Conference||$774||$824||$874||$974|
* Welcome Reception and Gala Event Only
* Access to General Session and Exclusive Breakout Sessions on Demand, Excluding Pre-Conference Sessions
Pre-Conference Learning Series, Available to In-Person Attendees Only
Customers have the option to add one or two pre-conference sessions to your registration. All session details will be provided within the registration. Pre-conference sessions starting at $249.
*All prices are in USD
Marketplace & Business Partners
You must be a sponsor to attend SUMMIT. For more information on sponsorship packages and a la carte options, check out our sponsor prospectus. Questions? email: email@example.com
Most sponsorships include complimentary and discounted conference passes. Additional passes can be purchased at the rates below.
Technology partners have the option to join SUMMIT as an attendee only. The Technology partner rate is $1,350 USD (does not include Partner Conference).
Pharmacy partners have the option to sponsor or join SUMMIT as an attendee. The Pharmacy partner rate is $1,350 USD if not sponsoring (does not include Partner Conference).
Partner Welcome Reception
In 2019, our Partner Conference was a huge success. We’re bringing that same experience to a new event: The Partner Welcome Reception.
Held on Tuesday, the reception will connect all exhibiting and attending partners to explore the evolution of PointClickCare, business development, where we’re headed in 2023, and to strengthen relationships.
We look forward to connecting with you!
|Pass Type||Standard Rate|
|Discounted SUMMIT Partner Pass (included in sponsorship package)
*Does not include Partner Conference, discount code(s) to be emailed to sponsoring Partners
|SUMMIT Partner Pass (in addition to sponsorship passes)
*Does not include Partner Conference
|Pharmacy Partner SUMMIT Pass (in addition to sponsorship passes)
*Does not include Partner Conference
|Technology Partner SUMMIT Pass – Attending Only
*Does not include Partner Conference
|Pharmacy Partner SUMMIT Pass – Attending Only (not sponsoring)
*Does not include Partner Conference
|Partner Welcome Reception (Nov. 1)||Included with Conference Passes|
SUMMIT Virtual Pass Details
Access to General Session and Exclusive Breakout Sessions on Demand.
List of On-Demand Breakout Sessions Available to Virtual Pass Holders
Learn strategies leveraged by PointClickCare customers to optimize their revenue cycle performance and get paid faster. This comprehensive panel discussion will provide actionable insights covering the following areas:
- Organizational design
- Staffing your revenue cycle operation
- Leveraging technology to drive efficiencies
- Using reporting and analytics to focus your efforts
- Helpful processes to drive consistency and repeatability
Rob MacPhee, Director, Business Development – PointClickCare
Mary Jo Parkins, Principal Solutions Leader, Revenue Cycle Management Services – PointClickCare
Monika Pullen, Vice President of Revenue Cycle Field Operations – Consulate Health Care
Katherine Costanzo, Director of Accounts Receivable – Embassy Healthcare
The unfulfilled promise of telemedicine has left many LTPAC providers disappointed. Technology challenges and poor adoption have resulted in lackluster results and poor clinical outcomes. But now, thanks to EHR integration, LTPAC providers are cracking the telemedicine code with dramatic results.
You’ll hear from Sound Physicians and HSM (Health Services Management) about the power of fully integrated Virtual Health to improve transitions of care to and from your community, treat more patients in place, support anxious patients and family members, and manage necessary returns to acute so residents can return to your community quickly, often without costly readmissions.
We’ll share anecdotes, case studies, data, and ROI information that may change your mind about telehealth. Whether you already have a telehealth solution or just looking to get started, you won’t want to miss this conversation.
- Participants will be able to identify how integrated telehealth can improve clinical outcomes for patients during transitions of care, including admission, emergency department transfers, and discharge, and understand the organizational and financial benefits these improvements bring.
- Participants will understand the change management process for implementing an integrated telehealth program and the impact a program can make on all stakeholders, including frontline nurses, residents, families, referral partners, medical directors/attendings, and operators.
- Participants will be able to differentiate between integrated virtual health and standard telehealth solutions, evaluate the level of integration their current solution provides, and assess what changes they could make to improve the telehealth program in their community.
Brian Carpenter, Chief Medical Officer Telemedicine – Sound Physicians
Brendan McNamara, CEO Telemedicine – Sound Physicians
Kevin Baxter, VP of Operations – HSM
We call it the senior care community, but what does community look like when it comes to those who serve our seniors? If the staff, nurses, leadership, programmers, architects, dining managers, and many more don’t feel belonging or purpose, why would they keep showing up? Join this session to learn how leading with trust, care, and curisotiy can bind your community.
Murry Mercier, Senior Living Market Director – PointClickCare
James Robilotta, CSP, Author, Organizational Culture and Leadership Speaker, Improv Comedian – JamesTRobo LLC
While advanced technology like machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) once felt like tools of the future, these technologies are gaining rapid adoption in software systems utilized by clinicians to assist in the decision-making process. Before these tools land in your clinicians’ hands, staff must understand the similarities and differences between the ways humans and machines use data to make decisions. In this session, the similarities and differences in decision making from a human consultative perspective and an ML perspective will be outlined. The session will also highlight the importance of understanding the interpretability of predictive models and why teaching clinicians how to explain these learnings to lay people is important.
Finally, the session will highlight lessons learned from the introduction of a ML model for predicting return to hospital to the care coordination team of a hospital network and the clinical team in a skilled nursing facility (SNF). A case study will be reviewed to outline the initial challenges, how to gain trust, questions to ask before undertaking implementation of ML, and how these advanced technologies have dramatically impacted care.
Cheryl Field, Group Product Leader – PointClickCare
This session will give participants a chance to understand how data is collected, analyzed, and translated into a best practice workflow which lead to improved Quality Outcomes. Quality outcomes are driven by 3 key areas: Quality Measures, Health Inspection, and Rehospitalizations. To attack each of these key metrics health care workers must understand how, the why, and the now. We learn “how” to gather data from many sources and “why” to analyze the data, so that when we decide what is the best practice, we know that the data we are using is clean. Through workflows that we have now built from our clean data, we are now able to achieve improved Quality Outcomes.
Seth Caldwell, Clinical Informatics Nurse – Brickyard Healthcare
Lisa Chubb, Chief Clinical Officer – Brickyard Healthcare
The nation-wide staffing crisis has impacted long-term care facilities. Facilities must rely on technology to do more with less, including finding ways to streamline processes, increasing efficiencies, and using the PointClickCare system to their advantage.
In this session, attendees will learn how to maximize use of PointClickCare through the lens of Resthaven, a senior health and living organization. Discover how Resthaven works with external facilities to streamline the documentation process, and how Automated Care Messaging, PointClickCare Connect, Clinical Chart, and Secure Conversations increase staff efficiency and decrease workload.
Cassondra Padding, Clinical Informatics Coordinator – Resthaven CCRC
Health care providers are facing novel and more frequent cyberattacks and security breaches. Understanding the threats and creating a strong prevention plan and incident response strategy is key to avoiding the often large expense and compliance headaches that come with a data breach. The responsibility for creating these programs must involve both the IT professionals and the sometimes less tech-savvy members of your operations team.
In this session we will highlight external threats and challenges associated with digital medical records, mobile device usage, email and texting security. We will review ways to incorporate these challenges into an organization’s risk analysis process and best practices and intervention tactics for managing threats that continue to emerge. We will also explore technology solutions that can minimize risk and tips for leveraging PointClickCare modules and tools to better confront compliance challenges. The presentation will cover best practices for IT support, integration of technology professionals, and recommended compliance work plan initiatives related to technology, as well as innovative and interactive training ideas to educate management and staff on the regulatory risks associated with the technologies.
Michael Gray, Vice President of Information Technology & Compliance Officer – Eliza Jennings Senior Care Network
Jennifer Grivea, Chief Human Resources – Eliza Jennings Senior Care Network
A full registration pass includes
- Welcome Reception on Tuesday, November 1
- Gala event on Thursday, November 3
- Access to all keynotes and breakout sessions
- Access to the Partner Marketplace & PointClickCare Showcase
- Access to SmartBar and DemoBar – appointments required
- Tuesday, November 1 – Welcome Reception (light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments)
- Wednesday, November 2 – breakfast, lunch, and Wine and Cheese Reception
- Thursday, November 3 – breakfast, lunch, and Gala Night (a reception-style dining experience)
- Friday, November 4 – grab and go breakfast
Media and Analysts
Media and analysts that have been provided with a complimentary registration code can register via the registration link.
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