2016 Senior Housing News Chicago Summit is bringing leading industry executives to provide insight into the most current trends and topics.
The countdown is on to the Senior Housing News Summit on July 14th in Chicago, Illinois and time is running out. In less than 10 days, some of the biggest names in the industry will convene in Chicago for this half-day event you will not want to miss.
The event will feature a lineup of heavy-hitters from some of the top names in the industry, speaking on development trends and winning the war on employment and retention of key personnel in senior living.
Don't miss this half-day event that will bring you business insight and access to leading executives in the senior living industry. Purchase your ticket now before they sell out to ensure you get the opportunity to network with over 200+ fellow senior living executives.
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How Technology is Improving Operators Care & Bottom Line Today
Ginna Baik (Moderator) Senior Care Strategist at CDW Healthcare
Chris Guay President & CEO of Vitality Senior LIving
Marc Gaber Vice President & Chief Information Officer at LCS
Travis Palmquist Vice President & General Manager at PointClickCare
Chet Phillips Chief Information Officer at Enlivant
How to Build & Win the Middle Market Senior Living Product
Dana Wollschlager (Moderator) Senior Vice President at Plante Moran Living Forward
Jamie Timoteo Vice President at Plante Morgan Living Forward
Neil Kraay President & CEO of Leisure Living
Ward Isaacson President of Pope Architects
Entrepreneur Stories: The Struggle & Success of Building Senior Living Powerhouses
Joel Treffert (Moderator) Executive Vice President at Direct Supply Aptura
Lisa M Brush President, CEO & Founder of Symphony Senior Living
Zeke Turner Founder & CEO of Mainstreet
Lynne Katzmann Founder & President of Juniper Communities
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