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The Single Most Powerful Business Development Opportunity in Post Acute Care
The buying power and decision-making of executives at Post Acute 360 is unmatched in the conferences market. You'll be surrounded by leading post acute providers over three super-productive days of education, meetings and networking.
120 post acute provider organizations attended in 2018 - approximately half from skilled nursing and senior living and half from home health and hospice.
Attendees must be corporate-level executives from providers with at least $15 million revenue. The median provider size was $100 million in revenue and 56% C-level executives.
Meetings to the Max
We will transform the Gaylord National Resort into a "facilitated meetings fest." Post Acute 360 increased the number of meetings over 2017 by an average of 39%, plus enhanced the decor and "buzz" in the meeting hall.
There are two types of meetings at Post Acute 360:
Chosen by providers
# of Meetings: Average is 8
Chosen by partners
# of Meetings: 8/10/12/16/24 - varies by level and guaranteed
Networking that will Knock Your Socks Off
Outside of meetings, you have 12 networking functions designed to foster connection with providers. And we’ve thought about the quality of those interactions at every meal, every reception, and every coffee break.
Our original content gives you deep insights into providers’ strategic plans—which will benefit your own thought leadership, marketing messaging, and new product development.
Are You Ready to Rock?
You won’t find the breadth of audience, size of providers, senior-level titles, or incredible format of Post Acute 360 anywhere else.
If you are in Skilled Nursing/Senior Care, please contact:
If you are in Home Health/Hospice,
"As a Vendor, this has been a tremendous opportunity to meet some of the premier Providers of Home Care, Hospice and Senior Living all in one setting."
Mike Groom, President, ON HOLD:32
“Overall, this is a well-organized, professional conference that delivers on bringing value to providers and suppliers alike.”
Michele Schlieger, Director of Healthcare, PAC Purchasing Alliance