RideScout Register at Cvent for EXPO 2015
EXPO 2015 logo; Tampa, Fla., May 31-June 5

Developing Better Outcomes

Communications Improving Service Delivery Ridesharing Harnessing New Technology Developing Better Outcomes The Changing Role of Community Transportation Tribal Transit
  • Beyond the Silo: Strategies for Effective Health/Transportation Sector Collaboration
    Wednesday, June 3, 9:00-10:30 a.m.
    The Children's Health Fund research and program experience has determined that lack of non-emergency medical transportation, particularly in rural communities, has a significant, demonstrable impact on child health access and severely undermines the potential for appropriately connecting children and families to a medical home. Recognition of the critical role of partnerships with stakeholders, medical and transportation providers will ensure appropriate access to transportation resources that are essential to realization of the goals of national health reform. Join us for an informative conversation about the latest work being undertaken by the Childrens Health Fund and Community Transportation that is bringing medical professionals and transportation providers together.
    Track: Developing Better Outcomes
    Speaker: Dennis Johnson, Children's Health Fund, New York, N.Y.
    Room: Tampa Convention Center, Room 24

  • Nimbleness Gets the Prize: Innovative Strategies for Delivering Health Care Transportation
    Thursday, June 4, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
    Providing health care-related transportation has always been complicated, but is even more so now with changing patterns of health care delivery and emerging new transportation options. Decades-old transportation strategies are no longer a good fit in these new times. In this two-hour session, you will hear directly from a health care provider about her patients' transportation difficulties and solutions she is thinking of, as well as examples of innovative options that transportation providers can build into their business model.
    Moderator: Amy Conrick CTAA, Washington, D.C.
    Speakers: Dale Marsico, CCTM, CTAA, Washington, D.C.; Rex Knowlton, CCTM,, Knowlton Advisors, Cinnamonson, N.J.; Jessica Simpson, Health & Hope Clinic, Pensacola, Fla.; Bob Carr, Common Courtesy, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.; Alan Mandel, Good Wheels, Fort Myers, Fla.
    Room: Tampa Convention Center, Room 21

  • No Senior Left Behind: Providing Premier Transportation Service for Older Adults
    Thursday, June 4, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
    Presentation: Partnerships: We All Profit!
    What are your goals for your senior transportation program? What partners and stakeholders will you need? How do you engage them? Interactive session led by expert panelists. Come with your questions and your own story.
    Moderator: Mary Handley, Delmarva Community Services/Community Transit, Cambridge, Md.
    Speakers: Santo Grande, Delmarva Community Services/Community Transit, Cambridge, Md; Arlene Littleton, CHEER, Georgetown, Del.
    Room: Tampa Convention Center, Room 23

  • Riding the Wave: Building Ladders of Opportunity for Youth with Disabilities through Education & Transit Partnerships
    Thursday, June 4, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
    Presentation: Riding the Wave: Building Ladders of Opportunity for Youth with Disabilities through Education & Transit Partnerships
    Limited knowledge of and access to transportation is a barrier toward the attainment of post highschool goals and the realization of community opportunities related to learning, working, and living independently for youth with disabilities. The US Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration requires communities to implement coordinated transportation systems. Typically, as community planners and transit professionals conceptualize and implement coordinated transportation plans and systems, youth with disabilities, educators, and youth transition professionals are not included in the process. Session attendees will acquire strategies to engage students, educators, youth transition, and other human services professionals to build their capacity to develop inclusive coordinated transportation plans that support ladders of opportunity for youth with disabilities.
    Speakers: Judy Shanley, National Center for Mobility Management/Easter Seals, Washington, D.C.; David Walker, Office of Transit, Ohio Department of Transportation, Columbus, Ohio
    Room: Tampa Convention Center, Room 16