Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Breakfast Event Location: Mattison Corporation
8909 Purdue Road, Suite 130
Indianapolis, Indiana 46268
EWHC Member: $35.00
Non-Member: $50.00 Special Offer: EWHC Members are invited to bring a Non-Member Guest free of charge! Choose the EWHC Member + Guest option when registering.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion regarding the needs of an aging population.
Topics for discussion will include:
Current demographics and trends that providers and family members should be aware of;
Dealing with high rates of chronic conditions;
Addressing the demands of Baby Boomers related to dementia, assisted living, and the effect on senior living;
The stresses and daily considerations of the family members and caregivers that provide assistance;
How the healthcare community can best respond to this aging population and provide assistance to the caregivers.
Speaker: Gary L. Vance, FAIA, FACHA, LEED AP has 38 years of experience in the planning and design of healthcare facilities. Gary focuses his work on healthcare visioning and planning and specializes in communicating with the healthcare and senior housing community.
Registrations accepted through today, Monday, February 6th, at 5:00 PM
You are invited to join us on Tuesday, March 14th for our Annual Awards Celebration and Luncheon being held from 12:00-1:30 PM at the Renaissance North in Carmel.
Keynote Speaker: Allison Barber of WGU Indiana.
Dr. Barber is the chancellor of WGU Indiana, the state’s online, competency-based university. She champions college attainment for working Hoosiers who have some college but have not yet earned a degree. WGU Indiana also offers advanced degrees in business, education, health profession and technology.
An Indiana native, Allison’s portfolio includes more than 25 years of experience in education and public service. Prior to her position at WGU Indiana, Allison was the president of her own firm in the Washington, D.C. area. She was also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, teaching in the master’s program for Public Relations and Corporate Communications. Allison spent more than seven years at the Department of Defense serving as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. She also worked at the White House during the early stages of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Awards Tickets and Event Sponsorships are available as follows:
Supporting Sponsor benefits include recognition in all printed and electronic promotional material; recognition in all printed event material, including program and table signage; and recognition in event powerpoint.
It's not too late to become a
2017 Annual Sponsor:
We have a great opportunity for your company to support EWHC's initiatives and to get your name in front of hundreds of leading healthcare executives in Central Indiana.
As you are aware, EWHC provides informative healthcare events with industry leading sponsors, hosts social networking events and an awards ceremony to celebrate the innovative healthcare initiatives in our community. We count on our Annual Sponsors to make all of these events possible.
Click HERE for a description of Sponsorship levels and benefits available.
Dues payments may be mailed to the EWHC office or paid online via credit card on our website. If you wish to pay by credit card, click the blue banner below. You will be directed to Eventbrite-please click the green Tickets button.
All renewing and new members will receive our EWHC mug that to be picked up at the next event that you attend.