New: McKnight's Super Tuesday webcasts to offer free CEUs

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The next McKnight's Super Tuesday webcast — which will be held on Tuesday, May 3 — can earn long-term care managers and executives in attendance continuing education credit. Registration, participation and the CEU process are all FREE.

The May 3 webcast will discuss payment and reimbursement issues in long-term care. Featured speakers will be McKnight's “Ask a Payment Expert” Pat Boyer, as well as McKnight's editors.

Super Tuesday webcasts are an extension of the 2011 McKnight's Online Expo, and will run once a month through September. Upcoming topics include technology, quality, survey and MDS 3.0. Register for the webcast here.

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