Webcasts

Webcasts

Webinars are available on-demand for 12 months following the live event.

Webinars

Todd King, Omnicare

Managing COPD in seniors webinar April 9

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a common disease in older individuals, but it needs vigilant diagnosis and care. The first of two McKnight’s webinars on the condition — “Management of COPD in Older Persons” — will take place at 1 p.m. ET April 9.

Learn about coding clues at March 14 webinar

Providers know that the Patient-Driven Payment Model will become effective on October 1. But questions remain about reimbursement procedures. Skilled nursing providers can have their questions answered on March 14 by MatrixCare Senior Implementation Consultant, Tracey Beattie, RHIT, CCS-P, and AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Training Ambassador. She will discuss  the critical role documentation will play in accurate…
Kim Warnecke, Chief People Officer, Apricity Resources

The year of employee retention: Feb. 26

ong-term care providers will receive plenty of good advice on how to keep valuable employees at a McKnight’s webinar Tuesday, February 26. The hourlong event starts at 1 p.m. ET.
Nancy Losben, Omnicare, a CVS Health company

PDPM and clinical care implications on Jan. 29

A special McKnight’s webinar Jan. 29 will provide thought-provoking questions to help providers get ready for the biggest change in long-term care in decades, the Patient-Driven Payment Model (PDPM).
Tracie Harrison

Learn about managing incontinence plans at Jan. 24 webinar

Quality initiatives in long-term care facilities are a means to a better life for the 1.3 million people residing in facilities. An important metric to indicate quality in the care of community residing elders is their incontinence care plan.  Participants at a Jan. 24 webinar will learn how evidence-based plan of care can make a…
Todd King, Omnicare

Learn about transitions of care on Oct. 17

Providers face increasing challenges in managing post-acute care transitions. From regulatory changes to drug interactions, pressure has increased. But there is help: Omnicare’s Director of Clinical Services Todd King will speak at 1 pm ET on Wednesday, Oct. 17  about steps to improve the future of care transitions and  creating solutions to meet today’s regulatory…

Don’t miss hiring lessons on Sept. 12

Better strategies for attracting staff is on the mind of every long-term care provider. Jim Rubadue, Chief Customer Officer, OnShift, and Shelly Szarek-Skodny, CEO, Century Oak Care Center, will share lessons on best practices on Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Lisa Whited, Washington Odd Fellows Home

‘Real’ workforce strategies that succeed in LTC: June 7

Workforce challenges in today’s senior care market are quite real, and some would say growing. A June 7 McKnight’s webinar will reveal strategies that will help providers better compete, with modernized recruitment, management and retention practices.
Tim Husen, Ph.D, Technical Services Manager, Orkin, LLC

Preventing the wrong kinds of move-ins topic of May 31 webinar

Skilled nursing facilities are at increasing risk of attracting bed bugs and other common pests like ants, flies, cockroaches and rodents — simply because they provide everything vermin need to thrive. “Thwarting the wrong LTC move-ins: Bed bugs, flies and other pests — they’re closer than you know” is the title of a special McKnight’s webinar at 1 p.m. ET on May 31.
Chris Murphy

RoP — still a lot left to know and do: May 22 webinar

Deadlines are looming this year and next, and there are still critical steps to take regarding the latest Requirements of Participation. A special McKnight’s webinar 1 p.m. ET on May 22 will explain what providers still have to do, and how to do it. Free CE is available.
Tracy Cooley, RN, BSN, Vice President of Training, Providigm

Surviving dramatic survey changes April 26

Skilled nursing providers are scrambling to adapt to dramatic changes in their survey process this year, and a special McKnight’s webinar on April 26 will offer proven approaches that will help them succeed. The event starts at 1 p.m. Eastern and offers one free continuing education credit.
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