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Ankota CEO & CMO to Speak to Maryland Home Care Providers

Posted by Will Hicklen

Feb 28, 2012 2:41:00 PM

February 28, 2012 Baltimore, Maryland   Ankota Co-Founder & CEO Will Hicklen will present to Maryland Home Care Providers at the MayHAC Annual Provider Upgrade Conference on March 8, 2012 1-4pm, at the JHH Mount Washington Conference Center. Also presenting is Dr. J. Hunter Young, Ankota’s co-founder, Chief Medical Officer, and Medical Director of Johns Hopkins HealthCare in Baltimore, Maryland.

This year’s conference, entitled “Improving Accountable Care Practices” promises to help providers assure compliance with new and evolving regulations while learning how to leverage new technology and best practices to grow their businesses more profitably.

Each year, the conference educates providers on new and pending legislation and connects them with key State officials in a collaborative environment. 

In addition to Mr. Hicklen and Dr. Young, MayHAC’s confirmed speakers include MD Secretary of Aging, Gloria LawlahState Inspector General, Thomas RussellAsst. Inspector General, Susan Steinberg, and Department of Aging Community Liaison, Maryam Baharloo.

 “The regulatory environment is becoming increasingly complex and providers are under real pressure to have their houses in order,” says Hicklen. “MayHAC helps providers understand regulations and govern their businesses in ways that make sense, are fully compliant with State regulations, and put patient care first.”

Based in Towson, Maryland, MayHAC is Maryland’s premier Compliance and Marketing firm dedicated to Maryland Health Care Providers, and hosts the event annually for home care providers that are licensed by The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ). Providers are encouraged to register for the event here or visitMayHAC’s web site directly.

Also based in Baltimore, Maryland, Ankota, Inc. is the pioneering company in the field ofHealthcare Delivery Management (HDM) focused on improving the quality and efficiency of home health care. Ankota’s HDM technology organizes healthcare into a “delivery model” to better plan, coordinate and deliver care in the home, with immediate cost savings and productivity improvements for providers.

Topics: Home Care Industry, Private Duty Agency Software, Home Care Best Practices, Care Coordination, transitional care, Home Care Technology, Will Hicklen, Home Care, NPDA, PDHCA, MAYHAC, Dr. J. Hunter Young, Johns Hopkins HealthCare