Keynote Speaker: Tim Rowan

Founder and President of homecaretechreport.com  Tim Rowan holds a Master of Arts degree in Education from Loyola University, Chicago. After ten years in adult religious education positions, he moved to the computer and network hardware and software industry in the fledgling personal computer era, eventually landing back in adult education for a technical training firm.

“Even today, even in a non-medical home care industry that has been maturing for generations, even with a plethora of technology companies offering providers agency management, EVV, telehealth, and staff recruitment/retention systems, it is still possible to walk the exhibit floor of a home care conference and encounter new startup tech companies unveiling products identical to the many already in use.”  — Tim Rowan

Cyber Security and Patient Records

Jack Windsor ES Consultant

Jack Windsor is a Business Strategist at ES Consulting, Inc and the Founder & Lead Strategist at The Windsor Consulting Group.  Jack brings with him years of experience helping small companies and agencies find success and growth in their businesses.  Jack will be offering a presentation on patient medical records, their organization and management, and how to make sure your record keeping is protected and kept safe in accordance with HIPAA rules and regulations

Cyber attacks are on the rise… stay ahead of the danger with solid record keeping and the finest in cyber security.

EVV Alternatives

Complia Health

EVV (Electronic Visit Verification) has been implemented and there are still a lot of bugs to be worked out and regulations to be written.  While there are a lot of different EVV alternatives out there, how do you know which one is right for you?

Complia Health will be presenting at this year’s Com-Care-Con on the latest rules and regulations for EVV as well as presenting alternatives to keep you in compliance.

Complia Health is a leading global provider of technology and expertise for the long-term and post-acute care market. Nearly 3,000 home health, residential, community care, and hospice organizations count on Complia Health for the clinical, operational, and financial solutions required to deliver quality care. Complia Health’s innovative products—including Procura, ContinuLink, Suncoast, Igea, and Progresa—are supported by a team of global health and technology experts located in the United States, Canada, and Australia.


Wound Care Technology and Artificial Intelligence

Crystal Luna-Anderson, Medline Industries

Medline Industries, Inc. is the largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical

supplies providing products, education, clinical programs and services across the continuum of care with offices in 20 different countries

Crystal Luna-Anderson RN, BSN, CWON, CFCN will be presenting Medline’s new wound care artificial intelligence software that will enable you to use modern technology to gauge the healing progress of a wound and suggest possible therapy and care strategies to aid in the resolution of acute wound care.



Crystal Luna-Anderson RN, BSN, CWON, CFCN
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Telehealth: The Future of Home Health Care

HomeCare Advisory Network Inc

The Future of Home Health Care is in Telehealth.  More visits, more efficiently, telehealth is going to be a way for agencies to meet patients more frequently at lower costs, providing a higher quality of service.

Join Healthcare Advisory Network as they present the most up to date telehealth technology available and how it will not only change the future of home health care, but medicine in general.

“New healthcare technologies are being delivered every day with promises of lowering costs and improving patient care. Join the Healthcare Advisory Group as they present an insightful and simple evaluation process to determine what fits the patient need and the organizations mission. HAN will discuss advancements in telehealth, remote monitoring and patient engagement tools that can be utilized in a patient’s home or in a facility. This discussion will include not only the technology but recent changes in reimbursement announced by CMS and Ohio Medicaid. ” – HealthCare Advisory Network