HTS Leadership Gains Valuable Insights at the 2023 ADVION Annual Meeting

Pictured: Michaela Sims, Cassie Murray, Sheena Mattingly.

Michaela Sims, one of the top lobbyists in Washington D.C., has developed and implemented successful strategies for nearly twenty years of advocacy in the healthcare industry. Michaela is known for her ability to use plain language when explaining complicated regulatory matters.

HTS leadership had the privilege of attending ADVION’s Annual Conference on October 1 which was a dynamic and insightful experience. ADVION (formerly NASL) is a national organization specializing in legislative and regulatory matters affecting the long-term and post-acute care setting, including rehabilitation therapy. It’s such an energizing experience to be a part of such a powerful group of game-changing leaders in our industry.

The conference was an immersive experience featuring a wide range of seminars and keynote presentations. These sessions covered an extensive array of topics from cutting-edge research in our industry to leadership strategies, and the intersection of technology and long-term care. One of the highlights was a thought-provoking panel discussion with renowned experts on demonstrating the value of effective rehabilitation approaches.

Cassie Murray and Sheena Mattingly also had the opportunity to share feedback with Net Health on functionality. Collaborative discussion is a vital step in ensuring that the software aligns with the needs of both clinicians and healthcare providers which is instrumental in refining the tools and technology that support the critical work of therapists and therapy assistants. Through communication of HTS experience and insight into Net Health’s documentation system, we hope to continue to advocate for improved product offerings. By sharing our thoughts and suggestions, we contribute to the development of more efficient and user-friendly documentation systems. This helps clinicians streamline administrative tasks, allowing them to focus more on what matters most – patient care.

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