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Conference call for presentations

Apply to present at the AAPACN 2023 Conference

Share Your Expertise at the AAPACN 2023 Conference

We are looking for post-acute care experts and leaders to demonstrate improvements in quality outcomes, share the establishment of compliance processes and best practices, and offer support for strong staffing models to improve retention and recruitment. Apply to present at the AAPACN 2023 Conference in Las Vegas, April 19-21, and share your experience and expertise to help your peers navigate the ever-changing post-acute care world.

Call for Presentations

Selected speakers will receive a complimentary conference registration. The deadline to submit your proposal is Friday, Oct. 21, 2022. We seek presentations that address the following topics:

  • Managing SNF QRP, Five-Star, CASPER reports, and Quality Measures
  • PDPM management
  • ICD-10
  • Resident-centered care planning
  • Staff retention
  • Survey compliance and best practices
  • Responding to medical reviews
  • Managing managed care
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Health literacy
  • Section GG coding
  • Quality initiatives
  • MDS changes

Other topics appropriate for LTPAC professionals may be considered. We will offer attendees 75-minute and 90-minute breakout sessions (40 – 500 attendees, depending on the topic). We strongly encourage presentations to include 60-75 minutes of content and 15 minutes of Q&A. If your presentation is selected, we will confirm whether your session will be 75 or 90-minutes. Proposals should not include more than two speakers per session.

The AAPACN conference session task force and content team reviews all submissions, and speakers will be notified in November.

Helpful tips for completing the Call for Presentation form:

  • This web form does not auto-save, so be sure to review all questions and have your answers ready to input at the same time for submission.
  • Be specific with your topic. It is better to cover a smaller topic very well than promise too much and be incomplete.
  • Consultants should present with a client. Real-world examples of program development and implementation partnerships create a unique learning experience that can be more engaging and memorable than a lecture format.

The deadline to submit is Friday, Oct. 21, 2022, and selected speakers will be notified in November.

If you have questions, please contact the conference team at [email protected]. We look forward to your proposal!

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