Register for Care to Chat: Bridging the Gaps — Enhancing Transitions in Elder Care

Join us on Thursday, April 18th at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver for an insightful panel discussion on Bridging the Gaps: Enhancing Transitions in Elder Care. This event will shed light on the critical need for improved transitions in care for older adults as they move between community settings, acute care hospitals, and seniors care communities.

Our expert panel will dive into the challenges faced by older adults during these transitions, exploring the impact on their well-being and the healthcare system. A key focus will be on the urgent need for technological solutions, including interoperable electronic health records (EHRs), to streamline information sharing and facilitate seamless transitions. The discussion will address the potential benefits of cohesive, standardized health records in ensuring continuity of care and enhancing client outcomes.

By bringing together professionals from various facets of healthcare — including care providers, government representatives, software experts and other leading industry experts — this event aims to foster collaboration, generate innovative solutions and inspire action to bridge the existing gaps in elder care transitions.

Don’t miss this forward-thinking conversation, featuring:

  • Terry Lake, CEO of BC Care Providers Association & EngAge BC (moderator)
  • Andriana Lukich, Director of Digital Solutions, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton
  • Sharon Parkes, ED of Operations, Providence Living
  • Wendy Scott, Co-Owner & Director of Care, Nurse Next Door – Burnaby
  • Karen Biggs, former CEO of Menno Place & family representative

11:00 AM – 11:30 AM (PST) – Before the Conversation


11:30 AM – 2:00 PM (PST) – Care to Chat

Tickets include a three-course lunch.

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