IT'S HERE! McKnight's Online Expo kicks off with sessions on innovation, market trends and Medicare maximization

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IT'S HERE! McKnight's Online Expo kicks off with sessions on innovation, market trends and Medicare
IT'S HERE! McKnight's Online Expo kicks off with sessions on innovation, market trends and Medicare
Senior care's first online trade show and educational meeting returns this morning, with three diverse sessions. Individuals can still sign up for their cost-free look and listen regarding the nationally respected line-up of presenters and suppliers. Simply go to www.mcknights.com to register for access.

"Innovations, technology and the future of senior housing" kicks of the 2008 Expo at 10 a.m. Central Time. It will be followed by "Market trends: Know thy competition" at 1 p.m. Central and "Maxing out on Medicare" at 2 p.m. Central.

All sessions, including those taking place tomorrow, are accessible with the use of a computer. Session content will remain available in archived format for at least two months after the show's close. Cost-free registration (www.mcknights.com) is required to access any show material or booth.
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