Trends and Opportunities in Home-Based Care
July 20, 2023

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Webinar Overview
Hear from one of the most innovative technology companies solving for the challenges of aging-in-place about the trends in home-based care. Daniel Murphy, a senior executive at The Helper Bess and thought leader in the aging-tech space, will share the opportunities in long-term care as healthcare moves to the home, as the aging demographic exponentially grows, and as new entrants are bringing exciting innovations and models to aging in place. In this conversation, we'll cover topics including demographic dynamics driving innovation in home-based care, implications of innovation on workforce, the marriage of high-tech and high-touch including AI, healthcare delivery, improving access to care, empowering family caregivers, and more. The aging-in-place revolution is here. Join us to learn more.

Webinar Presenter

Daniel Murphy, PMP, General Manager-SaaS, The Helper Bees

Daniel Murphy is an accomplished healthcare executive with a proven track record managing large-scale, complex programs and growing client relationships. He has more than 30 years of progressive leadership experience across home-based care and military operations. Prior to his current position as General Manager at The Helper Bees, he Co-founded healthAlign, a company acquired by The Helper Bees in 2021. As healthAlign's Chief Product Officer, he led the build of a robust technology platform and network of more than 20K aging service providers nationally.

The vision for healthAlign and its emphasis on 'aligning care around the home' stemmed from his previous role as National Director of Population Health Product and Strategy for Maxim Healthcare Services, a nationwide home healthcare provider. While at Maxim he managed payer relationships while guiding a product team to develop Community-Based Care solutions delivered across multiple markets nationally.

Daniel came to the private sector following a 20-year Army career which culminated at the highest enlisted grade achievable, Sergeant Major. His last position in the Army was overseeing all Army physician and medical student recruitment and marketing nationally.

Daniel has a passion for tackling complex problems in a systematic and collaborative fashion and prides himself on successfully balancing the "voice of the client" with the "needs of the business." In his current role at The Helper Bees, Daniel drives innovative relationships with enterprise clients to better support older Adults and family caregivers.