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2014 Aging in America Conference

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If you work in healthcare, you work with older adults. The Aging in America Conference can provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to meet the challenges of an aging society and provide better care for the older adults you serve.

The conference takes place at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego from March 11-15, 2014 and will feature experts who will share best practices that will help you in your work with older adults. Topics of interest to healthcare providers include:

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    The future of aging and the longevity revolution

  • The effect of the Affordable Care Act on older adults
  • Promises and challenges of patient engagement for older adults
  • Care transitions
  • Diabetes self-management
  • Alzheimer’s disease and associate challenges
  • Veterans and their families

And so much more! Click here to search the sessions to see all the sessions in your interest area.

Click here to register, and input discount code TGM25 to save $25.

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