McKnight's Online Expo starts today!

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Seventh annual McKnight's Online Expo on the way
Seventh annual McKnight's Online Expo on the way

A record-breaking number of participants have signed up for the 6th Annual McKnight's Online Expo, the largest online trade show for the long-term care community. Free registration is still available online by clicking here.

Noted payment and MDS 3.0 expert Leah Klusch will lead the first webcast. Klusch's session, “Making The Most of MDS 3.0,” which will begin at 10 a.m. (ET).

Michael Hargrave, vice president, NIC Market Area Profiles (NIC MAP) will follow Klusch with “Finding Capital in 2012,” at 11:30 a.m. (ET).

Wrapping up today's sessions at 1 p.m. (ET) is Kathy Levee, vice president at Marquis Companies, with “EHR Implementation That Actually Works.”

Each McKnight's Online Expo seminar is worth one continuing education unit. While content from most of the seminars will be available for 90 days following the event, only live attendees are eligible for CEUs. In addition to the five webcasts, the two-day expo features twenty vendor booths, where visitors can learn about products and interact with company representatives. More information is available at www.mcknights.com/expo2012.

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