Cheri Lattimer, National Leader on Transitions of Care to Speak at Public Policy Leadership Conference September 18-19
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
by: VNAA Policy Team

Section: Public Policy and Advocacy

Cheri Lattimer will be one of the keynote speakers at the VNAA Public Policy Leadership Conference (PPLC), which takes place September 18-19, in Washington, DC. Ms. Lattimer is the Executive Director of the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) and leads the NationalTransitions of Care Coalition (NTOCC). At the September conference, Ms. Lattimer will share her insights on changes in managed care, care coordination and the opportunities for home health and hospice agencies.
Don’t miss your chance to gather intelligence from Cheri Lattimer, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC) and Congressional leaders. Hotel rooms are very hard to find in DC so don’t hesitate. Register for the Public Policy Leadership Conference today by clicking here!  
Ms. Lattimer has over 30-years of experience in all areas of the healthcare industry and is a national figure in the advanced care management integration movement. This new model of care supports members and providers alike, in attaining care options and assisting consumers in developing healthcare self-managing skills. To learn more about Ms. Lattimer and her work, please click here.

CMSA is an international nonprofit, multi-disciplinary professional association dedicated to the support of and advancement of the case management profession. To learn more about CMSA, please click here.
NTOCC was founded in 2006 by the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) and Sanofi U.S. to define solutions by addressing the gaps that impact safety and quality of care for transitioning patients. To find out more about NTOCC, please click here.

NTOCC recentlyinvited Tracey Moorhead, VNAA’s CEO and President, to serve on its Advisory Council to provide a home health and hospice industry perspective. The Advisory Council provides strategic recommendations and direction to NTOCC’s Board of Directors.
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