McKnight's to hold fourth annual Online Expo next month

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McKnight's' Virtual Trade Show just weeks away
McKnight's' Virtual Trade Show just weeks away

Healthcare reform has been a big topic this year. But not everything demands reform. That could certainly be said for the McKnight's Online Expo.

For the fourth year in a row, McKnight's will bring the latest in market trends, technology, policy, and treatment information directly to you—for free—through your computer. The event, which will be held March 24 and 25, will feature virtual trade vendor booths where participants can interact with company representatives, as well as educational webcasts.

The following webcasts will be available: Quality – Getting from satisfied to very satisfied residents; Wound Care – Become a provider of excellence in wound care; Capital – The prognosis for lending; Payment – Are you ready for changes in the MDS and RUGs?; and Technology – Ways to capitalize on new technologies. Once again, participants can earn up to five free continuing education credits for attending the sessions.

The McKnight's Online Expo only happens once a year. Don't miss this free and easy way to discover all the newest developments in the long-term care field. Register for free online at www.mcknights.com/marchexpo.


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