August 27, 2019 8:39am
CONVERGE Louisville: Collaboration that Drives the Future of Aging Innovation
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (August 27, 2019) — With over $80 billion in revenue, Louisville’s health care sector has the nation’s largest concentration of aging care headquarters and companies. Forbes Magazine named Louisville “America’s Aging Capital” and this unique strength in the industry makes CONVERGE Louisville the perfect driver for the progressive collaborations that are needed to shape the future of aging care. With the over-65 population expected to triple by 2030, it’s imperative that Louisville leads the way in creating the innovative solutions required to meet this challenge.
CONVERGE Louisville, is a one-day conference focused on aging innovations. This year, distinguished presenters will lead sessions in stand-alone and panel discussion formats as we discuss and explore innovative solutions for the social and clinical determinants of health affecting today’s aging population. Clinical and business professionals will convene to discover and ideate innovative and progressive collaborations from both sides of the patient care model at the epicenter of aging innovation. Now in its second year, CONVERGE Louisville is part of Health Enterprises Network’s (HEN) Aging & Innovation theme initiative.
This year’s CONVERGE Louisville sponsors include; AARP, Humana, Resonate Recordings, Round Tower, Vimarc, EdjAnalytics, University of Louisville College of Business, Click IT, and Goodson Clothing and Supply Co.
About CONVERGE Louisville:
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
7:30 am – 8:30 am: Registration & Networking
8:30 am – 4:30 pm: Conference
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm: Cocktail reception
University of Louisville Swain Student Activities Center Ballroom
2100 S. Floyd Street, Louisville 40208
The full conference schedule and list of presenters are available at www.HealthEnterprisesNetwork.com.