Washington Home Care Association (WAHCA), a state chapter of the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA), hosted its 12th Annual Conference ‘Blooming with the Boomers’ on May 7 and May 8, 2019, at the Lynnwood Convention Center, Lynnwood, Washington. The theme for this year’s conference was camping “Build a Strong Camp to Weather Any Storm”.
A glimpse of Blooming with the Boomers conference:
Blooming with the Boomers was dedicated to home care businesses to give them the right tools to help them address the challenges they face on a daily basis. This two-day annual conference was attended by local and national speakers, private-duty home care agencies, exhibitors, caregivers, and technology solutions providers.
Caresmartz participated in the conference to showcase its flagship solution CareSmartz360 and spread the word among industry enthusiasts and care communities about the unique capabilities of this solution. CareSmartz360 home care software is developed by experts in collaboration with home care agencies, and it is designed to run a home care business end-to-end, whether it is for a start-up, an independent agency, or a franchisor.
Ruby Mehta, Vice President – Sales at Caresmartz Inc., said –“It was great to be able to participate in this event. Conferences like these help to build and foster relationships with industry veterans, learn about home care mandates and legislation on state and federal level, and inspire us to build something new to solve new challenges and roadblocks faced by home care businesses and professionals. With that objective in our priority list, we’ll be exploring the possibilities of further enhancements in our home care solution”.
The highlights of the conference were:
- WAHCA Caregiver of the Year 2019
- Exhibitors including care agencies, home care startups, and software providers
- Networking with influential home care leaders
- Ideas that help to ensure compliance and mandates
- Real-life stories for inspiration and recognition
- Exhibitors showcased their products, solutions, and services
The energy is high now, and we’re committed to continuing to help home care businesses with solutions tailored for their specific needs.
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