DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Elara Caring, the full-scale, multi-state home health provider of clinical and personalized services across the patient continuum, has announced that its CEO and Chairman Scott Powers will be speaking at HLTH 2023, the annual conference curated to accelerate innovation across the healthcare ecosystem. Mr. Powers will be serving on the invitation-only panel, “Home Health’s in Escrow,” focused on enabling longer and healthier independent living, lowering the need for costly facility-based care.
“Events like HLTH offer leaders across the healthcare ecosystem the opportunity to gain new insights on how to best improve outcomes across stakeholder groups,” said Mr. Powers. “By learning from each other and embracing the latest value-based care delivery models and partnerships, we can, simultaneously, take better care of patients, reduce costs and create a better work experience for caregivers.”
Mr. Powers will be joined on the panel by an esteemed group of experts, including Andy Agwunobi, President of the Humana Home Solutions at Humana; Francesca Rinaldo, MD, PhD, and SVP of Clinical Product and Innovation at Sharecare; and Shelly Sun, CEO and Founder of BrightStar Care. The discussion will be moderated by Tom Cassels, President and CEO, Rock Health.
The annual HLTH conference brings together over 1,000 attendees, including more than 2,500 CEOs. It takes place Sunday, October 8th through Wednesday, October 11th at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The “Home Health’s in Escrow” panel is scheduled for Monday, October 9th from 12pm to 2pm on the Sun Stage.
About Elara Caring
Elara Caring is one of the nation’s leading providers of home-based care, offering Skilled Home Health, Hospice, Personal Care Services, Behavioral Health and Palliative Care. With a footprint in 17 states in the Northeast, Midwest and Southwest, it serves more than 60,000 patients and their families across 200 locations. The Elara Caring mission is to deliver exceptional, personalized health care services wherever patients call home. The company accomplishes this by hiring compassionate people who believe in taking care of its patients, clients, care providers and each other. It also offers critical support through the Elara Caring Hospice Foundation, which provides physical, emotional, spiritual and/or social assistance to terminally ill individuals and their families. For more information, visit elara.com.