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Register for the Quality of Life Summit

Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019

Registration: 8:30 a.m.

Summit: 9-3 p.m.

The 2019 Quality of Life Summit

Join us for a discussion around how we can work together to make a difference before the time of a health crisis and plan for quality of life at all stages of life.

Quality of Life Summit

Thursday,Oct. 17, 2019

Registration: 8:30 a.m. | Summit: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Cape Codder Resort and Spa

1225 Iyannough Road, Hyannis

Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided

The goal of the Quality of Life Care Planning Initiative on Cape Cod is to assist health care providers, professionals, community organizations, and individuals to improve how we share goals, values and preferences across care settings. 

Who should attend?

Physicians, nurses, counselors, clergy, administrators, social workers, attorneys, estate planners, financial planners, policymakers, and other health and community professionals – those at the center of discussions with family, caregivers and others concerning all aspects of their care.

Continuing Medical Education Credits (CME's) offered for Physicians and ContinuingEducation Credits (CEU's), Nursing and LICSW professionals.

Keynote Speakers

Andrew Dreyfus, President and CEO Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Founding Member of the Massachusetts Coalition for Serious Illness Care (MCSIC)

Zamawa Arenas, Founder and CEO of Flowetik Marketing, Strategist working on the MCSIC research and consumer messaging

Speakers will present their research results and how the Massachusetts Coalition for Serious Illness Care (MCSIC) and partner their organizations like Cape Cod Healthcare are leading the way to develop a new model in how engage in conversation and planning.

A panel discussion with leading local experts will address serious illness care, dementia, financial and legal planning.

Why You should attend

Learn the value of your role by engaging individuals, caregivers and families in conversation about "what matters
most" and being better prepared before time of crisis. Also, network with other professionals who are part of these conversation across the community.

For more information, contact Tina Soares at tsoares@capecodhealth.org or call her at 508-862-7661.