Who's Who of long-term care to explore care transitions at 2nd annual Long-Term Quality Alliance meeting

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Providers, academics, policy makers and other key stakeholders in U.S. long-term care will meet Thursday for a day of workgroup updates and educational sessions centered on care transitions. Quality measures and improvement also will be highlighted during the Long-Term Quality Alliance's second annual meeting at the National Press Club in Washington. Leading Age President and CEO Larry Minnix, American Health Care Association Vice President David Gifford and former Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Mark McClellan are among a long list of distinguished presenters.

To learn more about the event, which costs $149 and includes lunch and breakfast, visit the Long-Term Care Alliance website.

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