Sponsoring, exhibiting and advertising are essential ways to elevate your brand and demonstrate your importance in the serious illness care field.

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Our virtual Summit will allow us to reach a larger, more diverse audience than ever before. As an exhibiting sponsor, your organization will have the opportunity to connect with hundreds of leading influencers and innovators in serious illness care. For more information about exhibiting sponsorship, please download our sponsorship brochure.

If you have any questions, please contact C-TAC Partnership Manager Luke Scuitto at LScuitto@theCTAC.org.

Virtual Exhibition Floor

The virtual exhibition floor will allow you to engage with Summit attendees throughout this three-day event. Showcase your organization's work by making videos, whitepapers, toolkits and other materials available to view and download for attendees. Build connections and relationships by integrating your LinkedIn profile and communicating through our public and private chat functions.

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Exhibitor Specifics

The benefits of your exhibiting sponsorship include:

  • Three (3) Summit registrations
  • Inclusion in C-TAC Summit marketing emails
  • Extensive Post-Summit analytics on your page traffic
  • Dedicated blog post prior to the Summit as part of our "Sponsor Spotlight" series
  • Opportunity to feature an infomercial during Summit programming breaks

We Thank Our 2020 Exhibiting Sponsors:

AARP

AARP is the nation's largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence and nearly 38 million members, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation's largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. Follow @AARP and @AARPadvocates on social media.

To learn more about AARP, click here.

Cyft

Patient identification, weekly measurement of progress, and knowing the financial value of palliative care programs are critical for success. Cyft combines in-house palliative care expertise with leading data science and performance improvement methods to work closely with new and existing palliative care and advanced illness programs to help them meet their clinical and financial goals. Caitlin Brennan NP, PhD, Cyft's VP of Clinical Improvement, is a palliative care clinician with an affiliation with Boston College whose expertise includes 15+ years of clinical, research and quality improvement work. The Cyft analytics platform is the result of over 10 years of R&D led by Leonard D'Avolio, PhD, co-founder and CEO of Cyft and assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and Brigham & Women’s Hospital.

To learn more about Cyft, click here.

Grantmakers in Aging

Grantmakers In Aging (GIA) is an inclusive and responsive membership organization comprised of all types of philanthropies with a common dedication to improving the experience of aging. GIA members have a shared recognition that a society that is better for older adults is better for people of all ages.

To learn more about Grantmakers in Aging, click here.

Headspace

Headspace was created with one mission in mind: to improve the health and happiness of the world. Reaching more than 62 million users in 190 countries, Headspace was one of the first meditation apps in the world and remains a leader in mindfulness and mental training. Headspace is committed to advancing the field of mindfulness through clinically-validated research, having one of the largest research pipelines of any digital health and wellness company.

For more information about Headspace, please click here.

Home Centered Care Institute

The Home Centered Care Institute (HCCI) is a national non-profit organization focused on advancing home-based primary care (HBPC) to ensure that chronically ill, medically complex and homebound patients have access to high-quality care in their home. HCCI works with leading academic medical centers, health systems and industry experts to raise awareness of and advocate for expanding the HBPC model by growing the HBPC workforce through education and training and developing a research-based model for sustainable house call program implementation and growth.

To learn more about HCCI, click here.

Iris Plans

Iris was created in 2015 to transform the experience of serious illness by enabling people to choose the care they want, and avoid the care they don’t want. Iris coordinates with health plans, physicians and families to help people set their goals for living well—and to make care plans that support those goals.

To learn more about Iris Plans, click here.

Prospero

Prospero is a new kind of care company, providing people with complex conditions the holistic support they need to remain living at home, in a place of comfort and connection. Whether dealing with a new illness or a health problem that’s become overwhelming, their team brings supportive care directly day or night with a familiar face and a compassionate touch.

To learn more about Prospero, click here.

Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation

The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation is a grantmaking organization dedicated primarily to sustained investment in the quality of life of the people of Southeast Michigan and Western New York. The two areas reflect Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.'s devotion to his hometown of Detroit and greater Buffalo, home of his Buffalo Bills franchise. Prior to his passing in 2014, Mr. Wilson requested that a significant share of his estate be used to continue a life-long generosity of spirit by funding the Foundation that bears his name. The Foundation has a grantmaking capacity of $1.2 billion over a 20-year period, which expires January 8, 2035. This structure is consistent with Mr. Wilson's desire for the Foundation's impact to be immediate, substantial, measurable and overseen by those who knew him best.

To learn more about the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, click here.

UCB

UCB, Brussels, Belgium is a global biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of innovative medicines and solutions to transform the lives of people living with severe diseases of the immune system or of the central nervous system. With more than 7 600 people in approximately 40 countries, the company generated revenue of € 4.9 billion in 2019. UCB is listed on Euronext Brussels (symbol: UCB). Follow us on Twitter: @UCBUSA

To learn more about UCB, click here.

National Summit on Advanced Illness Care

October 26 (Preconference)
October 27-29 (Summit)

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