McKnight's Super Tuesday webinar focuses on technology

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A roadmap for EMRs: strategies and starting places for long-term care
A roadmap for EMRs: strategies and starting places for long-term care

Earn a free continuing education credit with McKnight's tomorrow with our Super Tuesday Webinar titled “Surveying the technology landscape.”

McKnight's fifth Super Tuesday webcast will start at 3:00 p.m. (Eastern), and feature presenter Linda Spokane, who is director of analytics and technical services at the New York Association of Homes & Services for the Aging.

During this conversation, hosted by McKnight's Editor Jim Berklan and Senior Editor Elizabeth Newman, Spokane will address top technology-related issues in long-term care.

To register for the session, or re-enter the online Expo hall (if you previously registered), click here. As an extension of the Fifth Annual McKnight's Online Expo, access to all McKnight's Super Tuesday past sessions and booths remains free.

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