Sponsoring, exhibiting and advertising are effective ways to highlight your importance in the growing advanced care segment and to elevate your brand.
Don't miss this unparalleled opportunity to harness the Coalition's reach, diversity and trusted reputation among groups focused on advanced care for an aging population. With Summit attendees who lead the way in care transformation among the exhibits, your organization will be ideally placed to connect, learn, make contacts and capture leads. To register for the 2019 Summit as an exhibiting sponsor, please click here. 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.
The exhibition floor will be contiguous to the plenary session theater and will be open during the program times listed on the preliminary schedule. Exhibition hours will not conflict with plenary or breakout sessions. They will provide ample opportunity to fully engage with Summit attendees.
Exhibit spaces are 10' x 10' and will be furnished with one table, two chairs, a standard 7" x 44" identification sign and an electrical hook up. WiFi access will be provided for all Summit participants and will be offered as a sponsorship opportunity. Exhibit set up will begin on Wednesday, October 9 from 12:00pm to the official opening of the Summit at 5:00pm. Exhibitors are expected to be open during noted times with no-breakdown until the closing plenary session at 11:00am on Friday, October 11.
We Thank Our 2019 Exhibiting Sponsors:
Acclivity Health Solutions is a trusted healthcare technology innovator that provides a platform for the provision of connected care communities, which center on patients with advanced illness. Using the Acclivity Connected Care platform, healthcare providers are able to securely connect and collaborate with various disciplines in the care team to provide appropriate and timely services to their shared patient population while at the same time, meet value-based care program requirements. Today, more connected care communities depend on Acclivity's innovative platform to identify patients most suitable for advanced illness interventions such as palliative care or hospice.
To learn more about Acclivity Health, click here.
Aging with Dignity
Aging with Dignity is a national non-profit organization based in Tallahassee, Florida. The stated mission of Aging with Dignity is to "honor the God-given human dignity of the most vulnerable among us".
To learn more about Aging with Dignity, click here.
Curadux provides physician Care Guides to empower Members to make informed and personalized healthcare choices. Care Guides meet with patients and their families via our proprietary video conferencing platform to help navigate an often complex healthcare world. This enables Members to get the care they need and want. Employers subscribe to Curadux as a valued benefit for employees. This increases productivity, reduces stress, saves money, and creates employers of choice.
To learn more about Curadux, click here.
Cyft partners with leading care organizations to identify opportunities to optimize care management efforts for chronic / complex populations. Backed by years of research and development and founded by Harvard Medical School Professor, Dr. Leonard D'Avolio, Cyft is the result of learning from over 10 million chronic / complex cases, and engagements with over 250 hospitals and 25 health plans.
To learn more about Cyft, click here.
C-TAC Interfaith and Diversity Workgroup
Engaging and collaborating with faith communities is a critical aspect of C-TAC’s mission. Faith leaders have deep-rooted relationships within their congregations and are uniquely positioned to provide crucial guidance and resources to those who live with advanced illness and their families. C-TAC formed the Interfaith and Diversity Workgroup to gather both faith leaders and members of diverse communities to ensure that all voices are heard in the discussion on advanced care.
To learn more about the C-TAC Interfaith and Diversity Workgroup, click here.
MCG, part of the Hearst Health network, helps healthcare organizations implement informed care strategies that proactively and efficiently move patients toward health. MCG's transparent assessment of the latest research and scholarly articles, along with our own data analysis, gives patients, providers and payors the vetted information they need to feel confident in every care decision, in every moment.
To learn more about MCG Health, click here.
Acknowledging the recurring, unseen costs as a result of poor communication, Meaningful Trainings creates every experiential engagement within a positive reinforcing framework of communications skills development. The impact (ROI) of our workshops can be measured for effectiveness within the context of practical application.
To learn more about Meaningful Trainings, click here.
MemoryWell is a digital platform for storytelling that brings the skills of professional writers to the challenge of helping elders tell their life story. Our network of more than 600 writers interviews seniors or family members to produce a 500-word story that can be shared with family members or caregivers.
To learn more about Memorywell, click here.
Minnesota Network of Hospice & Palliative Care
Minnesota Network of Hospice & Palliative Care (MNHPC) is the state's leading hospice and palliative care network. We bring providers, business partners, and individuals together to increase knowledge, access services, and strengthen advocacy for people living with a serious illness or experiencing the end of life. Thirty-eight years strong, MNHPC is directed by nurses, doctors, clinicians, and community leaders passionate about the value of palliative and hospice care. Our work is helping to shape the future of how palliative and hospice care services are offered and delivered.
To learn more about MNHPC, click here.
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a)
The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) is a 501(c)(3) membership association representing America's national network of 622 Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) and providing a voice in the nation's capital for the 256 Title VI Native American aging programs. The mission of n4a is to build the capacity of its members so they can better help older adults and people with disabilities live with dignity and choices in their homes and communities for as long as possible.
To learn more about n4a, click here.
Respecting Choices® is an internationally recognized, evidence-based model of advance care planning (ACP) that creates a healthcare culture of person-centered care—care that honors an individual’s goals and values for current and future healthcare.
To learn more about Respecting Choices®, click here.