BOSTON and LAS VEGAS, Dec. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Seniorlink Inc., a tech-enabled health services company, today announced that President and CEO Thomas Riley, will speak at the Digital Health Summit on January 11, 2018 in Las Vegas.
At the event, Mr. Riley will speak on a panel called, "Meet the Transformers in Digital Health" alongside Dr. Zubin Eapen, Chief Medical Officer of CareMore, and Dr. Reena L. Pande, Chief Medical Officer of AbleTo Inc. The panel will be moderated by Alfred Poor, Editor of Health Tech Insider, a website devoted to wearable and mobile products and services that address digital health issues, and the innovative technologies that support such devices.
The panel brings together leaders from businesses across the care continuum, with diverse perspectives ranging from that of a provider of care collaboration solutions, to a unique primary care model and behavioral health services. The companies selected for the panel are united by a mission to find new ways to improve outcomes and quality while reducing costs for the overall healthcare system.
"At Seniorlink we are taking part in the monumental shift to value-based care, and our approaches to care collaboration are leading to improved outcomes while simultaneously reducing healthcare costs," said Mr. Riley of Seniorlink. "I'm thrilled to be able to share ideas and insights from our work alongside some of the best and brightest innovators in our industry."
For almost a decade, the Digital Health Summit has showcased the latest innovations in digital health. Over the four-day conference, attendees learn from top digital health leaders from across the globe.
The Digital Health Summit is co-located with the Consumer Technology Association (CES) to bring together top healthcare and technology leaders to connect in one space. The conference takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Venetian from January 9-12, 2018. To learn more, visit http://digitalhealthsummit.com/.
About Seniorlink, Inc.
Seniorlink is a tech-enabled health services company that builds care collaboration solutions. The company serves patients and caregivers by partnering with risk-bearing provider and payer organizations to augment existing care management capabilities through solutions that leverage human touch and technology. Seniorlink's team of compassionate, experienced professionals uses a proprietary platform, Vela, to encourage real-time collaboration among the extended care team that results in better outcomes at a lower cost. Backed by nearly two decades of care expertise, Seniorlink leads the way on delivering high quality care. Seniorlink's Caregiver Homes Network is the first Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) provider in the U.S. to receive NCQA Case Management Accreditation with Long Term Services and Support Distinction. More information about Seniorlink can be found at www.seniorlink.com.