Technology, legal matters, wound care, capital, MDS 3.0 and quality indicators featured in free online conference with free CEs

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More registrants than ever are prepping for the fifth annual McKnight's Online Expo, which kicks off Wednesday and Thursday at a keyboard near you. Participants can earn up to five free continuing education (CE) credits by attending the hour-long sessions, which begin with legal expert John Durso's session on technology concerns at 10 a.m. (Eastern) Wednesday. Free registration for all sessions is ongoing.

Other highly popular sessions Wednesday will be “Avoidable and unavoidable pressure ulcers,” led by Karen Lou Kennedy-Evans at 10:30 a.m. (Eastern), and “The changing capital landscape and what it means for you” with speaker Michael Hargrave at 12 (Eastern).

Veteran consultant and payment expert Leah Klusch kicks off Thursday sessions at 10 a.m. (Eastern) with “Leaving Medicare Dollars on the Table?” She'll be followed by “How the QIS is changing quality management,” led by Lori-Ann Griffin at 12 noon (Eastern).

McKnight's Online Expos, presented in conjunction with McKnight's Long-Term Care News, have distributed thousands of free CE credits to long-term care professionals in recent years.

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