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BLOOMINGTON, MN--(Marketwired - August 05, 2015) - MatrixCare®, developer of the industry leading EHR for long-term care and senior living providers, today announced that Dr. David Gifford will be delivering a keynote presentation at Directions, MatrixCare's annual user conference. Dr. Gifford is AHCA/NCAL's Senior Vice President of Quality and Regulatory Affairs and is a sought after speaker and participates or chairs numerous national, state and local health-related committees. His keynote will focus on strategies for success in a value based purchasing world and include updates on recent and pending legislation impacting long-term care providers.
John Damgaard, MatrixCare President and CEO, commented, "We are honored to welcome Dr. David Gifford at Directions and look forward to the insights and words of advice he will share with the growing community of MatrixCare users and valued partners."
Directions, MatrixCare's annual user conference, is being held August 31 - September 2 at the Hyatt Regency Reunion Tower in Dallas, Texas. With over 70 breakout sessions, access to product experts in the MatrixCare lab, and dozens of exhibitors, it is the must attend event for leaders in long-term care.
MatrixCare solutions have powered the long-term care continuum for over 30 years. Used in more than 7,000 care settings, MatrixCare is the industry leading, cloud-based EHR across the continuum of care. It helps long-term care and senior living communities deliver superior care, resulting in better clinical and financial outcomes. The MatrixCare Architecture for Long-Term Care includes allows providers to deliver person-centered care while maintaining high occupancy rates, maximizing revenues, reducing readmissions, and integrating with partners and physicians across the continuum of care. Visit www.matrixcare.com for more information.
MatrixCare is a registered trademark of MatrixCare.Media Contact: Kim RossSenior Director of MarketingMatrixCare 952-995-9904NEXT ARTICLE