Results of latest research on technology in the long-term care workplace to be discussed at free McKnight's webcast Tuesday

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Providers next week will learn how they stack up against others in the profession when it comes to technology efforts. That's when McKnight's will hold its fifth free Super Tuesday webcast. New research on providers' technology habits and goals will be revealed and discussed at 3 p.m. (Eastern) Tuesday. Both registration and the accompanying continuing education credit that comes with the session are free.

 

The Super Tuesday event is an extension of the highly successful annual McKnight's Online Expo. Along with Tuesday's webinar, attendees also will be able to visit vendor booths and a resource center, all from the comfort of their office (or wherever their computer is).

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