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Today's the day: McKnight's Fall Online Expo offers 3 free CE webcasts

Today's the day: McKnight's Fall Online Expo offers 3 free CE webcasts

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McKnight's second Fall Online Expo takes place today, bringing long-term care professionals three free webcasts for continuing education credit. Experts will discuss regulatory compliance, strategies for working with difficult families and residents, and tips for managed care success.

One day to go: McKnight's Fall Online Expo returns with 3 free CE webcasts

One day to go: McKnight's Fall Online Expo returns with 3 free CE webcasts

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McKnight's second Fall Online Expo will take place tomorrow, featuring three free webcasts on pressing long-term care issues. Attendees can earn continuing education credit while learning about regulatory compliance, strategies for handling difficult families and residents, and tips for finding success with managed care.

McKnight's 2nd Fall Online Expo offers 3 CE webcasts

McKnight's 2nd Fall Online Expo offers 3 CE webcasts

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The McKnight's Fall Online Expo offers three educational webinars on Sept. 9, with each offering continuing education credit. As always, attendance and CE credits are free for attendees. The event comprises webcasts covering compliance, family/resident relationships, and managed care issues at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m., respectively (all times Eastern).

Managed care experts wanted

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Skilled nursing facilities could take major hits to their bottom lines unless a coordinator is on top of managed care contracts, a prominent healthcare consultant said last month at the American College of Health Care Administrators annual meeting in Las Vegas.

Skilled nursing facilities could lose big money if they don't hire a managed care coordinator, expert says

Skilled nursing facilities could lose big money if they don't hire a managed care coordinator, expert says

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Skilled nursing facilities stand to lose substantial sums of money as they increasingly do business with managed care plans, unless a coordinator is on top of exclusions and other contract elements, a prominent healthcare consultant told an audience Monday at the American College of Health Care Administrators annual meeting.