Nov. 8 webcast focuses on "The Key to Quality in 2013: Staffing"

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'Pay attention': Free webcast on how retention [of good employees] pays
'Pay attention': Free webcast on how retention [of good employees] pays

The latest in a long line of successful McKnight's webcasts will give listeners "The Key to Quality in 2013: Staffing" on Nov. 8. Attendees of the no-cost event will learn how heavily staffing and labor management can influence the quality of a provider's operation. Best practices, key benefits and more will be offered on issues ranging from overtime to preventing rehospitalizations. This special session also will include answers to questions about staffing and labor management that attendees submitted in the weeks ahead of the event. Shelly Szarek-Skodny, the president and CEO of Legacy Business partners, and Mark Woodka, CEO of OnShift Software, will be the featured speakers. McKnight's Editor James M. Berklan will moderate.

For more information on how to partake in free registration, or access the broadcast for up to 12 months afterward, click here.

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