Long-term care administrators get a leg up in Sin City

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Long-term care administrators have a prime opportunity to learn new insights and perspectives about their profession, including earning continuing education credits and progress toward certification, this weekend. The semi-annual meeting of the American College of Health Care Administrators extends from today through Sunday in Las Vegas.

“Don't stress over a poor economy,” delivered by Joel Weintraub, kicked off the “Winter Marketplace” meeting. Other topics among the 30-plus educational sessions include regulation and payment issues, legal matters, leadership, ethics, use of social media, and quality efforts. The American College of Health Care Administrators holds this meeting each winter, in addition to its main annual conference each spring.


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