2015 Annual Meeting Sponsorship Opportunities
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Dear Colleague:


We invite you to be a sponsor or exhibitor at the 2015 American Academy of Home Care Medicine (AAHCM) annual meeting Delivering on the Promise of Home Based Primary Care.”  The meeting will take place May 14-15 at the Gaylord National Hotel in National Harbor, MD. 


How can you contribute to the delivery of this promise and benefit your organization? 

  • Sponsor one of the Annual Meeting offerings or exhibit to Annual Meeting attendees
  • Interact with Home Care Medicine medical, program, business and policy leaders
  • Meet Home Care Medicine clinicians from around the country who can help you fill your product, market, and network development needs
  • Grow your business through the expanding field of home care medicine 

Academy members determine what services, supplies and technology are used in the home.  They coordinate services of home health agencies, hospices, DME suppliers, electronic medical records, mobile diagnostics, pharmacy and Telehealth.  They also direct use of the ER, hospital, rehabilitation, and skilled nursing facilities for a growing number of patients.


The AAHCM is the leader in advocacy, clinical care, and the business of home care medicine.  Your benefits of supporting the 2015 Annual Meeting include:


Meet 300 plus clinicians and program leaders based in various settings and systems around the country.  These leaders also train the future home care medicine workforce. 


Meet industry leaders of organizations with bottom line evidence that home based primary care is critical to their success and want to share this success.  These organizations include post acute providers, accountable care organizations (ACOs), health plans, and health systems. 

Learn about the Medicare Independence at Home (IAH) demonstration program, Pioneer ACO, and private health plan shared savings programs that make use of home based primary care.  These programs are producing quality outcomes, patient satisfaction and material cost savings. 

Increase service to the growing market of millions of patients who need home-based primary care.  These include the 5% of Medicare beneficiaries who consume nearly 50% of Medicare cost and the members of health plans who reflect the greatest health plan member cost. 

Contribute to the transformation of U.S. health care from institution-based to home-based medical care -- the least costly and most desired location by patients. 

Please review the attached meeting materials and select from the opportunities.  If you have questions, please call Connie Row or Gary Swartz at 410-676-7966 or email edrow@aahcm.org to discuss the benefits of meeting support. Together with your support, we will “Deliver on the Promise of Home Based Primary Care.”





Tom Cornwell, MD,                         Steve Landers, MD, MPH,                   Robert Sowislo,

President, AAHCM                         Program Co-Chair                               Program Co-Chair