Post-Acute Care Symposium (PACS)

  

 

2020 Post-Acute Care Symposium (PACS)

Thank you to all that attended & supported our first PACS conference in San Antonio! 

The 2020 Post-Acute Care Symposium (PACS) will be held May 15th & 16th, 2020 in San Diego, CA and will be co-located again with the SAWC Spring/WHS Conference. Regardless of the post-acute care setting, long-term acute care, skilled nursing, home, or hospice, finding the optimal pathway to managing and treating wound and incontinence issues for patients/residents has become ever more challenging. The Post-Acute Care Symposiumis designed exclusively to provide professionals in post-acute facilities the tools they need to meet today’s day-to-day challenges with a curriculum that focuses on the strategies necessary for implementing clinical practice guidelines, protocols, and care pathways for wound and incontinence interventions. This year's meeting will be a multidisciplinary approach and focus on reimbursement changes with PDPM and PDGM. 


PACS CO-CHAIRS:

Diane L. Krasner, PhD, RN, FAAN

Wound & Skin Care Consultant

Co-Editor, Chronic Wound Care: The Essentials e-Book 2018

Co-Chair, Why Wound Care Campaign for Nurses

 “I am honored to be part of the new Symposium on Post-Acute Care, designed exclusively for nurses across the continuum of post-acute care.  The diverse faculty brings broad experiences, paradigm cases and practical insights in a truly interactive setting”

 

Catherine T. Milne, MSN, APRN, CWOCN-AP

Advanced Practice Nurse - Wound, Ostomy, and Continence

Connecticut Clinical Nursing Associates

 “As the Post-Acute setting is now the front and center of our healthcare delivery system, the time has come to provide a practical conference to nursing professionals focusing on day to day realities of the patient with wound and incontinence issues. This Post-Acute Symposium delivers.”

 

Total Paid Attendees (2019 PACS Meeting in San Antonio, TX) 96
Professional Category:  
Nurse (Non-Certified) 44%
Nurse (Certified) 33%
DON/ADON 9%
Other 7%
Industry 3%
PT 2%
PA 1%
MD 1 %
Care Setting:  
LTC 59%
Hospital 20%
Wound Clinic 9%
Home Care 5%
Hospice 2%
Other 2%
LTAC 1%
Private Practice 1%
Industry 1%