Webinars. The Consultant shall use webinars as another tool to present TDM services to employers. The Consultant shall also explore webinars to deliver internal training for its staff and to help educate and train TDM practitioners and stakeholders across the state.
Webinars. ● Dedicated company webinars (digital pitch presentations) - at least 4 during the campaign ● Monthly Digital Demo Days - participation in all during the campaign Roadshows ● Invited to all in-person pitch events during the campaign - we host 2 events a month in cities across the country ● Dedicated in-person pitch events for smaller audiences depending on interest and traction ● We promote Reg A+ companies to our close press contacts ● We provide companies with our 250 list of media contacts for company to use during the campaign Exhibit C Excluded Investors Instructions: Provide a list of up to 20 investors with whom you are currently engaged in discussions regarding the Offering. These investors will be excluded from the definition of “Prospect” and therefore qualify as “Excluded Investors”. Investor Name Status of Investor Discussions Ping An & Affiliates Alibaba & Affiliates Microsoft & Affiliates Roche & Affiliates Abbott & Affiliates Siemens & Affiliates Keiretsu Capital Kanter Family Office Maryland Venture Fund (TEDCO) Fluke Capital Chris Lahiji Bold Capital Partners Malidin Capital Ted Driscoll associated fund Button Invest Cavendish Impact Capital BDB Taiwan Jinsuing Science (Korea) Directors, Officers, Employees, and Existing Investors Vendors as of 4/16/2018
Webinars i. The Contractor will conduct webinars specifically designed for housing professionals, local governments, housing advocates, state agencies, not-for-profits public housing authorities, and community-based organizations that participate in the development of affordable housing. Instructors for webinars must be knowledgeable in the subject matter and have experience in the development of affordable housing.
Webinars. The Contractor will provide up to five webinars. Webinars can be attended by up to 500 attendees when they are delivered, and are provided to support ongoing learning for staff after they complete the introductory training. Topics will cover a range of issues, and may be helpful for all staff or may focus on issues that are specific to one type of care management provider’s situation or patient population. Webinars will be recorded and posted on Contractor’s website and the State’s online learning system for use by participants who were not able to attend the live webinar. Depending on guidance and input from the State, these topics may include: Using data to identify people needing services Principles of person centeredness Care coordination by phone Coordinating care for patients with specific chronic conditions such as DM, HTN, heart disease, asthma, and HIV and mental illnesses Navigating the insurance system Risk stratifying patient panels Disability awareness and competency Trauma informed care, crisis management and suicide prevention Other topics as identified by the State and the Contractor