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The 11th Annual CDPAANYS Conference on October 9-10, 2013 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Troy was a huge success, entirely thanks to support from our sponsors, exhibitors, breakout presenters and experts, and conference registrants. A selection of photos from the conference have been posted on our Facebook page. Click here to view the album! […]
This time next week, you’ll either be returning to your office from two great days at CDPAANYS 11th Annual Conference, or you will be hearing about it and saying to yourself, “I should have gone.” The Conference, titled “Under New Management: Realizing the Potential of Managed Care”, will focus on a number of the changes […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information: Bryan O’Malley 518-495-2181 (cell) | 518-813-9537 (work) Advocacy group for people with disabilities and seniors to honor Department of Health ALBANY – The Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Association of New York State (CDPAANYS) announced today that it would be honoring the New York State Department of Health (DOH), particularly […]
Independence Care Systems (ICS), a Medicaid managed long term care company serving residents of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens, has once again demonstrated its commitment to individuals with disabilities and chronic conditions by signing up as a sponsor for this year’s CDPAANYS Annual Conference, titled “Under New Management: Realizing the Potential of CDPA. It […]
We are happy to announce our 11th Annual Conference sponsorship, exhibitor and advertising packages have been finalized and are now posted on the Conference page. Last year’s Conference broke new ground in many ways, with record-breaking attendance numbers meaning room blocks sold out at two hotels, the addition of vendors, and enhanced accessibility for all […]