The silos of the care continuum have been shattered by the pandemic. Borders between segments of the care continuum are bleeding into each other faster than ever with a greater need for care coordination.

Aging Media Network is bringing all of its verticals together for a special event. We're inviting our C-suite executive audiences from across senior care and healthcare to learn the trends and strategies reshaping how care is delivered to older and complex populations.

Why attend?

Attendees at our events have asked for opportunities to connect outside of their silos and learn about opportunities beyond their immediate point of view, build relationships and have candid, honest conversations about why some barriers still exist and how to overcome them. 

Continuum will feature interactive panel sessions and an expanded breakout sessions that will match your interest with subject matter experts in other parts of the continuum that will inspire, educate and challenge participants. 

These sessions are designed to be interactive and connect executives with others in the care continuum and learn about their perspectives.

Why Attend?

Register your interest below to be notified on our 2023 event

  • Network with other C-Suite and Executives in OTHER parts of the care continuum

  • Build relationships with partners outside of your organization’s silo

  • Listen to pain points and share your experience trying to build better partnerships and referral sources to improve patient experience and outcomes

  • Have concrete discussions on the financial impact of lack of coordination across the continuum

  • Delve into technology and interoperability discussions at the c-suite level 

We want to bring networking opportunities for executives across 
the care continuum, creating the Davos of senior care.

December 11, 2024| Arlington, VA

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Event Details

9:00 am - 3:00 pm ET. Doors open at 8:00 am ET.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Where and when is the 2023 in-person event being held?
The Continuum Conference will be held on December 7, 2023 at Convene, 4th Floor, 600 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005.

What is the refund policy?
Refunds will be available up until 60 days from the event.

Is there a hotel recommendation or block?
We have a room block at the Grand Hyatt Washington, 1000 H St NW, Washington, DC 20001. Click here to access our room blockThe hotel booking deadline is November 6, 2023. 

I can't make it to the live event. Is there a virtual option?
There are no virtual options to view or listen. You will find some coverage on the Aging Media verticals after the event for those that cannot participate at the event.

I have other questions? Who should I contact?
Email us at [email protected].

Interested in Sponsoring?

Email us at [email protected] for more details on 
sponsorship opportunities at this event.

Who Attends?

Companies Include:

  • LHC Group
  • Juniper Communities
  • Majestic Care
  • Generations
  • Alivia Care
  • Senior Helpers
  • Watermark Retirement Communities
  • CareAdvantage

Titles Include:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Executive Chairman
  • Chief Strategy Officer
  • Chief Medical Officer
  • President and Founder
  • and many more....

2022 Speakers:

Matt Nyquist

Chief Population Health Officer


Katherine Suberlak

VP Clinical Services

Oak Street Health

November 30
Networking Reception

All registrants are invited to a networking reception from 5 – 7 PM ET 
on the 4th floor restaurant, Amuse, inside the LeMeridien Arlington.

Investing in the Continuum: M&A vs. Partnerships vs. Building from the Ground Up

Amid the ongoing shift toward value-based care and away from fee-for-service payment models, senior care providers and payers are learning they must work together more closely than ever. But payer-provider relationships can often be contentious, complicated by differing goals and expectations. This panel will analyze the factors that define “healthy” payer-provider partnerships while also exploring the senior care trends shaping contracting dynamics moving forward.


From Silos to Synchronization: C-Suite Outlook on the Future of the Senior Care Continuum 

 Networking Break

Forward-thinking leaders with innovative organizations are executing on strategies to reinvent how care and services are provided to older adults. Hear more about their approaches, biggest accomplishments, top lessons learned, and expectations for the future as silos continue to break down and payment frameworks evolve.

Embracing Technology to Recruit and Retain Caregivers


Risk vs Rates: The financial Perils and Opportunities of Managed Care

The U.S. senior population is becoming increasingly complex, with many older adults living with depression, anxiety and other mental health conditions. At the same time, substance use disorder (SUD) is also on the rise among seniors. As a result, senior care providers across the continuum have had to address behavioral health issues head-on – whether through new internal service lines or via strategic partnerships. This panel will explore exactly how behavioral health fits into the senior care equation.


Katherine Suberlak, VP Clinical Services, Oak Street Health

Joe Cramer, President of Behavioral Health, Elara Caring

Networking Break

Hospital systems are working more closely than ever with senior housing and care providers in their markets to deliver innovative and integrated care, elevating wellness while supporting value-based care frameworks. Hear insider perspectives on some of these transformative efforts.


Angel Vargas, VP of Care at Home, Kaiser Permanente

Janice Hamilton-Crawford, CEO and President, Trinity Health Senior Communities

Program Concludes

Dwight Brown 

Chief Executive Officer

Homebase Medical

Angel Vargas

VP of Care at Home

Kaiser Permanente

Gwen Guillotte

Chief Revenue Officer

LHC Group

Michael Bailey

Chief Executive Officer

American Health Partners

Dr. David Webster

Chief Clinical & Provider Strategy Officer


Opening Remarks from Aging Media Network

 2024 Agenda Coming Soon

Janice Hamilton-Crawford

President and CEO

Trinity Health Senior Communities




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What to Expect in 2024:

  • New format with limited panel time and more general discussion facilitate by Aging Media editors
  • Expanded networking time to connect with colleagues and peers from across the continuum
  • Be prepared to participate by speaking and sharing your thoughts in an open format

1201 Wilson Blvd 30th floor, Arlington, VA 22209

Click here to access our room block at the Grand Hyatt Washington. The hotel booking deadline is November 6, 2023. 

Who Attends
C-suite executives in home health and home care, hospice, behavioral, skilled and post-acute care, and senior living

Ticket Prices
Provider: $650

Vendor: $1000

Clinicians, Provider and Payors, oh my!

Predictive Analytics in Action: How Machine Learning is Driving Successful Outcomes for Value-Based End-of-Life Programs

Sponsored Panel by

Track B

Track A

From AI to RPM: How Technology Is Revolutionizing the Care Continuum

Behavioral Health’s Place in the Senior Care Continuum

Achieving Wellspan: How Wellness is Driving Business Strategies Across the Continuum

Track A

11:00 am - 11:30 am

1:00 - 1:30 pm

Track A

Track B

Track C

9:00 - 9:15 am

9:15 - 9:45 am

9:50 - 10:30 am

10:30 - 11:00 am

Breakout Sessions

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Breakout Sessions

2:15 - 2:30 pm

3:00 pm

Sarah Khalid
Product Manager
Laura Templeton

11:35 am - 12:00 pm

Dealmaking Across The Continuum: How Investors are Reshaping Senior Care

Breakout Sessions

Track B

Track C

Track A

Acuity Creep Across The Continuum: Adapting to Shifting Patient and Resident Profiles

Inside Shifting Referral Patterns: Flow of Patients Changes as Pandemic Wanes

Erin Shvetzoff Hennessey
Joel Theisen
Anne Tumlinson
CEO & Founder
ATI Advisory
Scott Tittle
Managing Dir., Head of Government 
Relations and External Affairs 
VIUM Capital
Arnold Whitman
Formation Capital
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Track C

Susan Ponder-Stansel
Alivia Care

Hear from top executives with organizations that are breaking down barriers across the continuum to create more diversified companies that aim to deliver a more integrated experience for patients and residents, all while positioning themselves for success as the U.S. health care delivery and payment system continues to evolve.

From private equity firms that are assembling portfolios of senior care service providers, to regional operators expanding in the SNF and senior housing world, to blockbuster deals with payers buying home health companies, the M&A market is active and a driving force in shaping the continuum for the future.-click to edit this t

Several trends — including the effects of the pandemic and the reinvention of hospitals — are reshaping patient profiles across the senior care continuum, with many types of providers taking on patients and residents with increasingly acute needs. Learn more about the clinical challenges and financial opportunities and strains created by these trends, and how providers are responding.

Covid-19 led to radical shifts in referral patterns, and now the continuum is going through another period of adjustment. Get the latest data on how patients are flowing through senior care settings, and how hospital bottlenecks, staffing shortages and the end of Covid-era regulations are shaping referral streams.

With Medicare Advantage on the rise and CMS pushing for all beneficiaries to be in a value-based arrangement, providers across the continuum are struggling with prevailing rates. Learn about what the future holds for managed care contracts and the promise and perils of going at risk.

The shift to value-based and population health frameworks has dovetailed with consumers’ embrace of “wellness,” resulting in health care providers rapidly formulating and adopting new models meant to drive older adults’ wellbeing. Learn how providers are harnessing technology, payer partnerships, care coordination and more to drive revenue and quality.

Matt Salmon
Salmon Health
Eric Gommel
Virginia Health Services
Lisa Musgrave
Sr. VP of Post Acute,
At Home Services
Mona Siddiqui
Sr. VP of Clinical Operations
Humana Home Solutions
Brad Coppens
Senior Partner
InTandem Capital Partners
Adam Perry
The John A Hartford Foundation Health 
and Aging Policy Fellows Program
William D. Gammie
Sr. Dir. Post-Acute Utilization
Kaiser Permanente
Matthew Fenley
EVP, Chief Business 
Development Officer
The Allure Group
Lynne S. Katzmann PhD
Founder & CEO
Michael Johnson
President of Hospice 
& Home Health
BAYADA Home Health Care
John Kunysz
President & CEO
Intrepid USA
Devin Woodley
VP of Managed Care Contracting
VNS Health

1:35 - 2:05 pm

Innovating Senior Care: How Changing Payers, Partnerships, Care Models and Technology are Supporting Aging in Place - Sponsored by Netsmart

2:30 - 3:00 pm 

Competing for Staff Across the Continuum: Inside Shifting Worker Preferences, Labor Market Disruption

Workforce pressures have been intense across every part of the senior care continuum. Hear about current recruitment and retention dynamics and whether changing worker preferences make “right care, right place, right time” a harder goal to meet.

Ari Medoff
Fran Casey
Chief People Officer
Goodwin Living
Bill English
Accurate Home Care

Track C

Track A

Melissa Steffan
Evernorth Home-Based Care
Melissa Reilly
Chief Growth Officer, 
Behavioral Health
Evernorth Home-Based Care
Lisa Hogan
Assistant VP of Operations
Unity Psychiatric Care

Track A

Track C

Elevating Care: A Fireside Chat with VyncaCare CEO Darren Schulte, MD

Through the power of partnership and innovation, VNS Health and Compassus have come together to redefine care delivery for individuals transitioning into palliative and hospice care. Harnessing the capabilities of advanced analytics and a deeply person-centered care approach, this collaboration centers on new predictive algorithms that help identify end-of-life needs earlier and ensure that individuals receive the right level of care, at the most appropriate time, during serious illness transitions.

Jordan Holland
VP of Value Based Contracting
Mark Bailes
Dir. of technical Product 
Management & Assessments
VNS Health

During this session, we will explore innovative strategies providers can leverage to maximize caregiver retention in an industry-wide labor shortage.

Guillaume Vergnolle
Sr. Data Scientist
Dexter Braff
President & Founder
The Braff Group

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Leveraging technology to have the right conversations with the right people at the right time. A panel discussion on increasing clinician satisfaction, providers using sales techniques incorporating data and renegotiating payor contracts.

Jon Higginbotham
VP of Business Development 
& Clinical Analyst

 It is widely accepted that one of the most effective approaches to succeed under at-risk alternative payment systems is to create a coordinated continuum of health care services that can seamlessly provide patients with the right care, at the right time, in the right setting.   But how best to accomplish this?  M&A?  Partnership? Or building from the ground up?  In this session, after a brief update on the current M&A climate, we’ll discuss the pros and cons of all three.

Darren Shulte

Welcome Reception
December 10, 2024 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm ET. 

Chris Dawe
Curana Health Medical Group
Lindsey Mack
Client Success Manager
Anthony Spano 
Dir. of Client Development
Chris Booker
Frist Cressey Ventures