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Technology: Now, and Not Yet

August 1 | 9AM-4PM

Ginger Cove, Annapolis, MD

- Offered in collaboration with LeadingAge DC - 

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Bring your team to Summer Symposium on August 1 as we enjoy Ginger Cove's remarkable hospitality.

What:

Our world is rapidly changing. The 2019 Summer Symposium offers a day of insights into the technology solutions and advancements that will continue to change and affect the field of aging services. Not just for technology professionals – this event is designed to provide actionable information for the whole team.Attendees will also have the opportunity to shape the national policy agenda for 2020 at our annual Town Hall in collaboration with LeadingAge national.

 

Who:

This event is for anyone working in the field of aging services. Bring a variety of team members to share knowledge across your organization’s departments. Applicable for those working in administration, operations, clinical, service coordination, property management, compliance, dining, marketing, philanthropy, wellness, finance, spiritual life, and others.  Each team member will gain insights into how technology can help support their role and the mission and vision of the organization. Continuing education available for social workers and nursing home administrators.

CEOs and Executive Directors are invited for an exclusive networking function directly following this event.

 

8:00AM 

Coffee and Networking


9:00AM

Welcome and Introductions
- Bill Holman, President/CEO, Ginger Cove; Jill Schumann, President/CEO, LeadingAge Maryland


9:15AM

Technology Now and Then
This goal of this session, to paraphrase Karl Schroeder, is not to predict the future, but to minimize the surprise when it arrives. More than just "gee-wiz and what will be" we will explore  some of the major forces and trends driving technology, related risks, and suggest ways to embrace an ever increasing rate of change.
- John Grencer, Administrative Manager of Technology Programs, Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network


10:15AM

Break

 

10:30AM What can Aging Services Learn From the Organizational Culture of Silicone Valley?

Learn how Speed, Individualization, and Dematerialization are driving forces across industries and will have lasting impacts on Aging Services. 
- Camille Rousell, CEO, Primrose Intel


11:30AM

Lunch

 

12:00PM

Town Hall 
An opportunity to shape the national policy agenda for 2020 with LeadingAge national


1:00PM Implementing Technology Solutions: Emerging Trends and Case Studies

This practical, interactive session will explore examples of how providers across the country are successfully utilizing a variety of emerging technologies to increase social engagement and promote safety. We will explore a variety of currently available solutions, as well as take a look at what’s coming next and how it could be implemented within our settings.
Scott Code, Associate Director, LeadingAge Center for Aging Services Technologies


2:00PM

Break

 

2:15PM

Beyond “keeping the lights on”: The Role of Technology in Supporting the Mission and Vision of Non-Profit Aging Services Organizations
This session will take an inside look at how local organizations are using technology in strategic and innovative ways to improve their cybersecurity posture, promote partnerships, enhance the resident experience, and meet compliance obligations.
Hartman Executive Advisors


3:30PM

Wrap up


3:45PM Adjourn CEOs and Executive Directors invited to join us from 3:45-4:45 for an exclusive happy hour and discussion

 

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