2024 Program    Navigating Radical Transformation

Exploring New Frontiers

Growth-focused conversations, innovative business and care models, candid dialogue with MA payers to change the narrative for home care, exploring wins in accountable care, and key insights into the potential impact of new technology…welcome to Home Care 100 Summer.

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Monday, June 3 | Tuesday, June 4 | ​​​​Wednesday, June 5 | ​​​​Thursday, June 6

7:30 - 8:15 am


8:15 - 9:15 am  |  Opening General Session

Navigating Growth: Insights from Bold Leaders

Leaders who are prioritizing aggressive growth will share the pathways they are pursuing: M&A, new service lines, organic growth of existing business, and operational efficiencies to improve capacity. Learn how they are achieving market scale and differentiation amid challenging headwinds.  

Jeanette Lynn
, President, Lincoln Healthcare Leadership
Scott Herman, CEO & Founder, New Day Healthcare
Michael Trigilio, CEO, HouseWorks

9:30 - 10:15 am  |  Concurrent Sessions

Stand-out Growth Case Studies

The spotlight is on twelve providers who are pushing boundaries and driving exceptional growth for their organizations. Presenters will emphasize the economics of their initiatives, including staffing considerations, reimbursement and contributions to the bottom line. 

Sentara Health: New operating model to increase capacity, improve clinical efficiency, and reduce turnover. 
Sherry Kesler, Director, Sentara Home Care Services

Mayo Clinic: Tech-enabled high acuity care in the home, including chemo and chronic care management.
Michael Maniaci, MD, Medical Director of Advanced Care at Home 

Help at Home: Care Coordination for managed Medicaid & dual eligibles.
Julie McCarter, President, Care Coordination

Transitions Life Care: Kidney Care Choices (KCC) as an entry point for hospice in value-based care.
Mary Lucas, VP of Strategy & Growth

Spectrum Healthcare: Value-based bundles that expand the reach of specialist care.
Sandra Ketchen, President & CEO

Vesta Healthcare: A virtual based medical group purpose-built to coordinate home-based services.
Randy Klein, CEO

BoldAge PACE: Facilitating PACE program access through joint ventures with hospice organizations.
Russell Hilliard, Chief Growth Officer

Care Partners at Home: Hybrid clinical and social Transitional Care model to bridge the gap for high acuity.
Jordan Hellman, COO

​​​​​​The Holding Group: Value-based Palliative Care proven to reduce costs and decrease readmissions. 
Bree Owens, Co-Founder & Chief Development Officer

IHCS - Integrated Home Care Services: Tech-enabled, value-based care coordination model.
Christopher Bradbury, CEO

Carda Health: Virtual cardiopulmonary rehab improving engagement and access.
Harry DiFrancesco, CEO & Co-Founder

SOS Healthcare: ED at home - full service, in-home, emergency medicine proven to improve outcomes for post-acute care.
Roderick Bennett, MD, Founder & CEO


— Additional Presenters to Be Announced — 

10:30 - 11:30 am  |  General Session

A Brave New World: M&A Strategies in a Managed Care Future   

As managed care grows, investors are following the money and prioritizing investments in value-based care. Three active private equity investors will offer perspectives on their interest in providers of the full continuum of home care services vs. specialized offerings, and what level of size, scale or differentiation is required for more favorable contracting with payers.  

Brad Coppens
, Senior Partner, InTandem Capital Partners
Dan Gebremedhin, MD, Partner, Flare Capital Partners
Steve Jakubcanin, Executive Partner, Waud Capital Partners
Steve Rodgers, Operating Advisor, Towerbrook Capital Partners 

11:30 am - 12:00 pm  |  General Session

Election 2024: What's at Stake for Home Care?

A timely conversation about the impact of the 2024 election on the future of home-based care, including forecasting implications on key legislative areas: the privatization of Medicare, the future of fee-for-service rates, long term care services in the home, and viability of innovative care models.   

Bill Dombi, President, National Association for Home Care & Hospice
Jeannee Parker Martin, President & CEO, LeadingAge California   

12:00 - 1:00 pm


1:00 - 5:30 pm


Pool Paradise
Executive Golf Tournament
 Dolphin Cruise
 Newport Harbor Duffy Boat Tour
Mixology 101

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6:00 - 7:30 pm

Welcome Reception

Please join us to kick off the conference - grab a drink, greet old friends, meet new colleagues, and enjoy a beautiful view. 

Dinner is on your own this evening.

Tuesday, June 4 | Back to Top

7:30 - 8:15 am


8:15 - 9:30 am  |  General Session

Top Priorities: CEO Perspectives

Scott Powers -CEO, Elara Caring  
Fully leveraging our value proposition will demand new business and care models, a reimagining of our workforce, consumer-centric care, and new technology to drive efficiency and empower caregivers and patients. 

Margaret Haynes – President & CEO, Right at Home; President, HCAOA Board of Directors 
The pace of change in personal care is moving faster than ever, notwithstanding some pretty significant hurdles to overcome.  We’ll explore hot-button topics from compensation to immigration, unionization, and self-directed care implications.  

9:30 - 10:15 am  |  General Session

Keys to Success with Medicare Advantage  

These leaders are bullish about shedding our commodity identity and achieving win-win terms with payers. This panel will consider key dynamics for moving relationships towards true partnerships, from market scale and differentiation to patient access and experience.

Tim Bateman, Managing Director, Lincoln Intelligence Group
Brian Lobley, CEO, Tango
Monique Reese, SVP Clinical Transformation, Government Business, Highmark Health
Daniel Savitt, President & CEO, VNS Health

10:15 - 11:00 am


11:00 - 11:40 am  |  General Session

CMS Vision 2030: Our Central Role

Home Care 100 is sitting down with healthcare model-design expert Amy Bassano, former Deputy Director of CMMI and current Managing Director at Health Management Associates, to forecast the plan for migrating all Medicare beneficiaries into an “accountable care arrangement” by 2030 (as announced by CMS in 2021). We’ll discuss where CMS sees room to drive more episodes of post- and pre-acute care into the home; the role of home care in the pursuit of “value creation” for healthcare overall; and in particular how home care providers can be rewarded for the value-based savings they help create.  

Tim Craig, Managing Director, LTC 100, Lincoln Healthcare Leadership
Amy Bassano, Former Deputy Director, CMMI, Current Managing Director, Health Management Associates

11:40 am - 12:00 pm  |  General Session

Yes, You Can! A Case Study in Full Risk

While most conventional home care provider organizations have limited their exposure to risk-based reimbursement by taking baby steps into CMMI pilots or through partially delegated downside risk, Chapters Health System has fully embraced population health through the creation of an integrated payer/provider platform. The founder of Chapters' population health arm, CareNu will discuss what it takes to conceptualize, operationalize, make profitable and sustain a fully capitated home care business model.

Tim Craig
, Managing Director, LTC 100, Lincoln Healthcare Leadership
Paola Bianchi Delp, President & Chief Business Development Officer, CareNu

12:00 - 1:15 pm


1:15 - 2:15 pm  |  General Session

Home-Based Primary Care: Understanding the Opportunity 

Physician-led, interdisciplinary accountability – this premise is the lynchpin for dramatically reducing overall cost of care for an aging population. Hear from a variety of senior-focused primary care providers about their thoughts on: sustainable models for home-based primary care across FFS and MA; the role of non-physician, home-based care entities in realizing the interdisciplinary part of the vision; and bringing the right assets and resources together to achieve the necessary clinical integration.  

Kristin Ficery, Senior Managing Director, Global Health & Public Service Strategy Group Lead, Accenture
Deena Goldwater, MD, Chief Science Officer, Geriatrician and Cardiologist
David Hatfield, DO, Chief Physician Executive, VillageMD

2:15 - 3:00 pm  |  General Session

Defining "Value" in Value-Based Care

While the term ‘value’ is a moving target, the parameters of, for example, home health VBP are quite clear. The key question for these CEOs: How do you keep your eye on the near-term prize while maintaining a holistic, long-term view of the value imperative? We'll discuss the ongoing efforts of home-based care executives to move their organizations towards a value disposition while serving multiple definitions of value across a variety of care settings.

Tim Bateman, Managing Director, Intelligence Group, Lincoln Healthcare Leadership
Barbara Jacobsmeyer, CEO, Enhabit Home Health & Hospice
Mark McPherson, CEO, Sutter Care at Home
Phillip Ward, President & CEO, Community Hospice & Palliative Care

3:15 - 4:45 pm

Speed Meetings

These rapid-format meetings are your opportunity to connect with eight innovative and thought-leading solution partners in a low-pressure, high-energy setting. You will gain fresh insights for your most pressing business challenges and may even find a valuable new best practice – the most productive and consultative 80 minutes you will ever spend!

6:30 - 9:30 PM

Reception & Dinner: Laguna Chill

Wednesday, June 5 | Back to Top

7:30 - 8:15 am


8:15 - 9:15 am  |  Keynote Session

Keynote: Heads up! How to Prepare as Healthcare Tech Evolves 

To what degree will new technology upend healthcare delivery in the future, and how should home care deploy new tools to better meet changing expectations? Indu Subaiya, MD, Co-founder & President of Catalyst @ Health 2.0, will provide a macro-overview on healthcare technology trends, zeroing in on considerations for the home-based care industry with insight on how to evaluate and prioritize tech investment today to prepare for the future.

Si Luo, CEO, CareXM
Indu Subaiya, MD, Co-Founder & President, Catalyst @ Health 2.0

9:30 - 10:30 am  | Concurrent Sessions

Prioritizing Tech: Four Providers Make Their Case

Providers are leaning in on different applications of technology to optimize the efficiency of their organizations and reduce friction for patients, employees, and partners. Hear how four providers prioritized their investment - and why - and the results they are seeing.    

VNHS: Improving employee engagement and efficiency. 
Jacqueline Blair, Chief Innovation Officer 

Enhabit Home Health: Driving patient engagement in care delivery. 
Bud Langham, EVP, Clinical Excellence & Strategy

Aveanna Healthcare: Growing capacity through highly effective care management. 
Shane Brinkerhoff, President - Home Health & Hospice

New Day Healthcare: Longitudinal care management platform fueling strategic growth. 
David Marchand, CIO

Unlocking the Personal Care Middle Market with Virtual Caregiving

Growth in private duty personal care requires the use of virtual services to overcome the caregiver bottleneck and branch out from a reliance on premium customers. Hear from providers who are actively testing lower-priced bundles of in-person and tech-enabled services to reach previously unserved customers in the price-sensitive middle market. We’ll examine the specific business and technology cases and customer profiles for success in this segment of the marketplace.

Tim Bateman, Managing Director, Intelligence Group, Lincoln Healthcare Leadership 
Todd Houghton, President, Homewatch CareGivers
Peter Ross, CEO & Co-Founder, Senior Helpers
Jeff Salter, Founder & CEO, Caring Senior Service

Building the Hospice of the Future Today 

The pressure is on for hospice providers to enhance and differentiate services. We'll showcase how VNS Health, Guaranteed, and VIA Health Partners are leveraging tech-first approaches to achieve better outcomes and position themselves for value-based success. 

Mike Bolewitz, Vice President & COO, VIA Health Partners
Deanna Heath, SVP of Customer Experience, KanTime
Jessica McGlory, Founder & CEO, Guaranteed 
David O'Malley, SVP Product Strategy, VNS Health

10:30- 11:15 am


11:15 am - 12:00 pm  |  General Session

Provider POV: Workforce Retention Showcase

Hear directly from providers who have invested in technology to address leading causes of turnover. Their investment is paying for itself with the return on major improvements in retention and capacity. Walk away with an implementable solution for your organization.   

Automated Scheduling: Christi Fanning, VP Operational Excellence, Amedisys 

Workplace Safety: Sarah Johnson, Chief Operating Officer, Penn Medicine at Home  

Workplace Safety: Barbara Knott, Vice President, Continuing Care Services, UNC Health at Home  

Workforce Engagement: Marshalina Ramos, President & COO, Premier Home Health Care Services

12:00 - 12:45 pm  |  General Session

Bringing Transformation Home

Leading executives will candidly and thoughtfully reflect on their biggest takeaways from Home Care 100, and the specific next steps they are taking home to their organizations. Get your pens ready to create your own to-do list!  

Tim Hanold, CEO, Care Advantage
Brent Korte, CEO Front Point Health
Cheryl Lovell, COO, Constellation Health Services
Daniel Reese, CEO, IntellaTriage  

12:45 - 1:30 pm


2:30 - 5:30 pm


Spa Massages
Beach Bash
Dana Point Electric Bike Tour
Stand Up Paddleboarding
San Juan Capistrano Mission Tour & Wine Tasting

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6:30 - 9:30 pm

Reception & Dinner: Coachella

Thursday, June 6 | Back to Top

7:30 - 9:00 AM

Farewell Breakfast