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Maryland-National Capital Homecare Association
2023 Annual Conference
May 11, 2023 | Maritime Conference Center | Linthicum Heights, MD

Cultivating Communities of Effort



Edward Tyson
is CEO of PerSynergy Consulting, LLC.

While studying philosophy at Penn State University, he also immersed himself in leadership (and hardship) via the U.S. Marines.  Ed has held a variety of positions with non-profit, private and publicly-traded companies ranging from a dozen to 30,000 employees, holding title such as vice president of strategy and development, vice president of performance improvement, senior director of corporate marketing and strategic development, director of spend management and support services and director of education.

Since founding PerSynergy Consulting, he has worked with companies such as Apple, Southern California Edison, Skilled Healthcare, Allergan and Activision Blizzard on projects ranging from team alignment to executive coaching, strategy development and organizational restructuring.

Ed is an expert in organizational leadership, business strategy, change and team development. He received his Bachelor's in Philosophy from Pennsylvania State University and his Master's in Adult Organizational Development from Temple University.

Ed's Keynote session: Cultivating Communities of Effort
Ed's breakout session: Your Leadership SOPs Playbook


Dr. Tricia Nay

Tricia's session: Revised Residential Service Agencies Application Process

Michelle Kraus

Michelle's session: Revised Residential Service Agencies Application Process

Catherine Love

Cathy's session: Strive to Make a Difference

Michael Holvey

Michael's session: How to Set Up Power BI in a Day: Practical Tips for Semi-Automated Reporting

Angelo Spinola, Esq.

With two decades of legal experience, Angelo Spinola’s practice focuses on employment litigation with a special interest in the home health, home care and hospice industry. Bringing a wide breadth of knowledge across the health care spectrum, he works with an array of home-based care clients, including Fortune 500 organizations and franchisors, small-owned businesses and franchisees across multiple industries. Additionally, Angelo works closely with private equity firms and investment groups with respect to labor and employment issues that may arise during acquisitions and activities in these sectors.

Angelo partners with attorneys in Polsinelli’s Health Care, Corporate and Transactional and Franchise practices to build coalitions that bring a deep bench of experience and industry knowledge to his clients in the home health, home care and hospice industry.

Leveraging technology to better serve clients, Angelo utilizes innovative legal technology platforms designed specifically for franchise systems and home health, home care and hospice clients. The platform serves as a source for industry information and substantive legal resources where employers have direct access to the tools, documents and knowledge needed to reduce their legal spend as their business needs grow throughout the corporate lifecycle and franchise process. Angelo also utilizes client portals to share confidential, proprietary client documents to allow clients and Angelo to seamlessly manage matters or case-specific documents.

Angelo has litigated various types of discrimination cases on behalf of employers in federal and state courts and administrative tribunals throughout the United States, including age, disability, race, national origin, sex, harassment and retaliation. Additionally, Angelo assists employers to promote an issue-free work environment through counseling, training and other preventive strategies. He conducts training on employment-related matters for management personnel, lawyers and human resources professionals and is a regular speaker before business organizations and human resource groups on a wide variety of employment law topics.

Angelo's session: Latest Legal Developments Impacting the Maryland Home Care Industry

Phil Feldman

Phil's session: The Wrap-Around Impact of RCM on the Home Care Agency Mission

Daniel Roth

Daniel Roth is a Healthcare Executive with a flair for the entrepreneurial spirit. Never satisfied with the status quo, constantly seeking to maximize efficiency and promote growth.  His meticulous attention to detail and his steadfast perseverance to stay on track are exemplary. Daniel is personable, ethical and a strong team player. He is a paragon of patience, has a calm demeanor and is a wonderful role model for his staff and his beautiful family. 

Daniel's session: Aging In Place: The New Collaborative Approach to Home-Based Care

Noson Weisbord

Noson Weisbord is an enthusiastic healthcare management guru who believes that every patient should have the right to age in place with the best care possible. As Executive Director of Ennoble Care Maryland, a mobile primary care practice serving patients in the home and/or Assisted Living setting, Noson leads the day-to-day operations and builds strategic partnerships within the Maryland healthcare community. With 15 years in the Medicare-certified home health and DME arenas, at LHC Group, VNA of Maryland, and Advanced Medical Concepts, Mr. Weisbord brings passion, experience and creative thinking to every situation he encounters.

Noson has served on MNCHA’s Board of Directors and Executive Board for several years and in many capacities, including President, Secretary, and Board Member at large. He chaired, co-chaired, and volunteered on many meaningful MNCHA committees over the last decade +, and has learned and grown from each experience.

Noson volunteers for and is involved with several community organizations in and around the Baltimore area, while also trying to spend a bit of time with his wonderful wife Aviva, and their three children, Daniel, Samuel, and Ilana. He enjoys traveling, hiking, spelunking, and competitive eating. Noson has been rejected by several prestigious law schools and institutions as a noted guest lecturer and all-around positive influence, and has been physically removed from at least one synagogue.

Noson's session: Aging In Place: The New Collaborative Approach to Home-Based Care

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