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Ensocare Sponsors ACMA 2018

by Jill Reeves, MHA on Apr 12, 2018

OMAHA, Nebr. -- Ensocare, a full-line care coordination software company, will participate as a Gold Sponsor for the American Case Management Association's Annual Case Management and Transitions of Care Conference in Houston April 24-27, 2018.

In it's 25th year, ACMA's annual conference welcomes more than 2,000 case management and transitions of care professionals and features networking and educational opportunities. Keynote speaker Daniel Kraft, MD, a Stanford and Harvard trained physician-scientist will share his clinical and biomedical perspective on technology and its future impact on health care.

Ensocare staff will be on hand throughout the day at Booth #420 to demonstrate its discharge, placement and referral solutions and to answer questions surrounding the use of digital technologies for care coordination.

About Ensocare

Ensocare, a CQuence Health Group Company, offers a complete portfolio of care coordination software including: Transition (designed to enable care transition efficiency); Sync (care path tracking and care team communication); Connect (patient/family engagement and education); and Insight (reporting, data analytics and predictive modeling). For more information about Ensocare’s software, or to join its no-cost, nationwide post-acute provider network, visit


Meet the Author

Jill Reeves has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry and has worked exclusively in the fields of market research, statistical analysis and healthcare interactive/digital marketing. Before joining CQuence Health Group as marketing manager, Jill was director of communications and new media for PRC, a nationwide healthcare market research organization. Jill earned a master's degree in healthcare administration from Bellevue University and a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Nebraska in Kearney. She is a published author and avid student of social media and emerging communication trends.


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