Have you wondered how you can use new technologies within your existing in-home care business while ensuring a return on investment?
FREE Webinar: Why Digital In-home Caregivers will win with a proven ROI
Learn practical knowledge of what caregiving technologies are available, what services you can’t afford to not offer and how technologies can improve your bottom line without disrupting your current service model
This free 45 minute educational session cover how innovations in digital caregiving can redefine productivity and customer satisfaction for home care and hospice providers.
Hear directly from one homecare provider that has successfully used GrandCare and other technologies to improve client care, leverage a bridge to new clients and differentiate from the competition.
Make sure to Register below for a chance to win a Toshiba Tablet!
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM CDT
Do you ever wonder…
- How to set yourself apart from the hundreds of in-home caregiving service providers?
- How do you leverage technology and make money?
- How to ensure client/family peace of mind?
- If a crisis pendant is “peace of mind” enough?
- How to improve staff and family/client communication?
- How to PROVE the integrity of your staff and organization?
- How to make your caregivers more efficient for less cost?
- How to build new client channels without having to add more staff?
- How to provide “zone caregiving” vs. man on man?
- If you answered yes to any of these, this webinar is for you!!
Laura Mitchell, VP Business Development, GrandCare Systems
Laura is a founding member of GrandCare Systems. A significant part of her initial role was to bring the product to market in 2006 through the development of a nation-wide distribution network. She travels nationwide, providing educational presentations on digital home health, social media, using technology to mitigate hospital readmissions, and go-to-market strategies. She has also authored various magazine articles on the digital health market and go-to-market strategy. Laura is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
Daphne Karpan RN, BS, BA, Palliative Care Manager, Knute Nelson Home Care
Daphne is the project coordinator for GrandCare with Knute Nelson. Her previous experience as a home care nurse, home care branch manager, ER nurse, and inpatient staff nurse, as well as her volunteer work as IT manager for a family business, uniquely qualifies her to address the aging client’s medical and technology concerns. Daphne is a member of the national and local chapters of the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from St. Cloud State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies with an emphasis in Jewish Studies from Hamline University.