Center to Advance Palliative Care National Seminar (CAPC)

Starts:  Nov 8, 2018 4:15 AM (ET)
Ends:  Nov 10, 2018 4:15 PM (ET)
The Rosen Centre Hotel
9840 International Dr
Orlando, FL 32819

CAPC National Seminar 2018:
Practical Tools for Making Change

November 8–10

The Rosen Centre Hotel
Orlando, FL

Registration opens May 31

2018 Seminar themes:

  • Leadership Skills and Strategic Planning
  • Measurement and Quality
  • Program Financing
  • Hardwiring Palliative Care into the Organizational DNA

    Pre-Conference Workshops:

    Boot Camp
    Designing Palliative Care Programs in Community Settings: Home, Office/Clinic, and Long-Term Care

    Wednesday, November 7
    Learn more about Boot Camp

    Payment Accelerator
    Financial Sustainability for Community Palliative Care Programs

    Wednesday, November 7
    Learn more about the Payment Accelerator

    Gain the insight and tools necessary to start and sustain a high-quality palliative care program. Our two-and-a-half day conference provides comprehensive, highly practical training in all aspects of planning, implementing, delivering, and growing palliative care services. The 2018 Seminar will feature: 

    • Interactive sessions on cutting-edge topics from the nation's top experts in palliative care delivery, payment, and quality measurement
    • Keynote sessions from an outstanding lineup of national leaders in palliative care 
    • Practical tools and solutions for mission-critical issues such as coordinating services across settings, aligning with new payment models, and getting buy-in for palliative care services
    • CME/CNE/CEs for physicians, nurses, and social workers (number of credits/contact hours pending)
    • Networking lunches to connect with faculty and fellow attendees and share ideas 
    • Office Hours with Seminar faculty for deep-dive Q&A following sessions
    • Poster session and reception featuring outstanding palliative care teams across the country and honoring this year's Circle of Life awardee
    • The CAPC Innovation Award, the field's most distinguished honor focused on innovation in palliative care