LeadingAge Pennsylvania 2017 Annual Conference

Event Info

Hershey Lodge and Convention Center
325 University Drive
Hershey, Pa.

Baker Tilly is a proud bronze partner of LeadingAge PA and the Annual Conference. This annual meeting offers providers and healthcare leaders a unique opportunity to network, learn and share creative ideas, critical updates and emerging trends in the ever-changing healthcare and aging services industry. Connect with Baker Tilly at our speaking sessions, booth and throughout the conference.


Baker Tilly sessions


Triple Check: A Process to Prevent False Claims

Presented by Sophie Campbell, Director of Clinical Advisory Services, Baker Tilly
Thursday, June 22, 2017
12:30 – 2 p.m.

Learn how to recognize the sections of the claim that is used to bill for services in the skilled nursing and long term care facility, identify the most effective team members for the Triple Check Process and the most efficient time period for completion and identify the items that should be included in a Triple Check process and the support documents.


Healthcare HIPAA and Cybersecurity Update

Presented by Jeff Krull, Partner, Baker Tilly
Friday, June 23, 2017
8:30 – 10 a.m.

Learn about cybersecurity trends, risks, recent breaches and recommended program considerations.


Embracing Person Centered Care While Addressing Regulations and Achieving 5 Star Quality Rating

Presented by Sophie Campbell, Director of Clinical Advisory Services, Baker Tilly
Ginny Johnson, NHA, Mennonite Home Communities
Carolyn Tenaglia, Regional Ombudsman Specialist, Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman, Pennsylvania Department of Aging
Ken Beiler, NHA, Wesley Enhanced Living
Brad Norris, Director of Therapeutic Recreation, Homewood at Martinsburg
Friday, June 23, 2017
12:30 – 2 p.m.

This session will include a panel of interdisciplinary team members discussing the implementation of person centered care in multiple areas including meals, activities and medication administration while maintaining compliance with federal and state regulations that impacts the annual licensure and certification survey. The panel will also address the positive impact of the individualized person centered care initiatives on the quality measures.


Visit our healthcare and senior living professionals at booth 63 to learn about Baker Tilly’s accounting and advisory services and discuss the challenges and opportunities for providers in today’s senior living landscape.

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