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HHAeXchange Executive to Serve as Judge for Caregiver Accelerator Pitch Competition

Pitches to be Televised Live to Kickoff the Florida Caregiver Conference

Long Island City, New York, May 11, 2016HHAeXchange, a leader in home care software solutions, announced today that Mary Maloney, Senior Vice President for Strategic Accounts, has been selected to serve as a judge for the Caregiver Accelerator Pitch Competition as part of the upcoming Florida Caregiver Conference. The six best pitches from the 20 companies who participated in a recent nine-week pre-incubation business Accelerator Program will be televised live via Periscope on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 2 pm at the Palladium Theatre in St. Petersburg, FL. For a complimentary summary of the Pitch finalist’s healthcare innovations, click HERE.

Ms. Maloney will be serving as part of a distinguished judging panel which includes healthcare leaders Robert Stephen, VP of Health & Caregiving for AARP and Dr. Travis Bond, Founder and CEO of CareSync, a software company providing turnkey chronic care management applications and services.

Ms. Maloney, who has more than 20 years’ experience building global venture capital and private equity-funded B2B healthcare and technology brands, is currently focused on nationwide expansion for the HHAeXchange Payer Management solution. She works closely with Medicaid Managed Care Organizations and State Medicaid programs providing solutions to large complex problems for payers who are at-risk for providing quality home care services.

“I’m honored to serve in this capacity to champion innovative technology solutions for those caring for some of our most vulnerable populations, namely the elderly and people with disabilities,” says Maloney, who founded and sold her own business and also pitched and won over $6 million in early stage financing.

Greg Strobel, President at HHAeXchange congratulated Ms. Maloney on being selected, “Mary is an excellent candidate to participate in this event; her accomplishments and impact she has in the industry are significant and we are proud to have her representing HHAeXchange.”

For more information on the Caregiver Accelerator program or to view the agenda and register for the Florida Caregiver Conference to be held on May 18, 2016 from 8 am to 5 pm at the Hilton Bayfront, St. Petersburg, FL, visit: http://www.caregiveraccelerator.com/home/

For more information on the HHAeXchange innovative Payer Management Solution, visit: https://hhaexchange.com/solutions/payer-management-solutions/

For a complimentary summary of the Pitch finalist’s healthcare innovations, click HERE.

About the Florida Caregiver Conference

The annual Florida Caregiver Conference is designed to empower professional caregivers as well as family members and guardians of people with chronic and palliative conditions, many requiring post-acute in home care.  This conference is for caregivers who are responsible for coordinating care for the elderly, people with disabilities, children and veterans. The full day conference to be held on May 18, 2016 at the Hilton Bayfront will be kicked off with a televised start up pitch session the day before, featuring start up companies that have graduated from a pre-incubation accelerator program that have developed business models to address the complex needs of the caregiver community. Keynote speaker, Major General Tony Taguba, will be presenting “Prepare to Care.” To view the full agenda and register for the pitch program and the full day conference, visit http://www.caregiveraccelerator.com/event/caregiver-conference/.

Kaitlin Olcott, Associate Director of Marketing

(718) 964-6040

kolcott@hhaexchange.com

2016-05-11

About HHAeXchange

HHAeXchange is the premiere homecare management software solution for the Medicaid LTSS population. We act as the single source of truth in connecting payers, providers, and patients through our intuitive web-based platform, enabling unparalleled communication, transparency, and visibility. 

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