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.
A special McKnight’s webinar will highlight important ways to provide quality care and teach attendees how to use their own data to improve hospital readmission rates. The hour-long event offers CE credit at no cost and will start at 1 p.m. ET on Aug. 28.
A leading expert will address ways operators can spot and treat shingles during a webinar that takes place at 1 p.m. ET on June 27.
Experts will analyze and break down labor force trends and industry benchmarks for long-term care in a special hiring and retention webinar at 1 p.m. ET June 20.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Join us for an informative webinar at 1 p.m. ET on April 19 that will help providers better collect and analyze information that reveals best referral sources, assess ongoing challenges, and identify practices that drive referrals and improve census.
There’s more to managing the flu than chicken soup. Get the answers you need at an April 3 McKnight’s webinar.
Often, new technology is viewed with reluctance or fear, especially in long-term care settings. In a must-attend webinar April 10, an implementation specialist will share best practices for technology upgrades, and veteran long-term care operators will deliver advice and tips from the frontline.
Payroll-based journal data starts affecting Five-Star ratings early this year. A special March 22 McKnight’s webinar on PBJ will challenge providers with the question: “Are you fully ready?” It kicks off at 1 p.m. ET.
Topics will include how post-acute facilities can work with their area hospitals to gain more referrals and how technology can help improve clinical outcomes.
A special McKnight’s webinar on Feb. 27 will explore the connecting between worker retention, culture and how an employee-centered approach will ease worker shortages.
A McKnight’s Super Tuesday webinar at 1 p.m. ET on Feb. 13 will offer strategies for achieving financial, clinical and operational success in the months ahead.
Learn how to implement the main components of an antibiotic stewardship program.
A special McKnight’s webinar on Jan. 17 will offer secrets directly from a master emergency preparedness planner, trainer and driller with a perfect compliance record.
A special Dec. 7 McKnight’s webinar will explore how providers can staff to win by giving employees instant access to schedules, performance feedback, rewards and more.
The second phase of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ new rule for long-term care will be here Nov. 28, and with it new pharmacy-related requirements providers must adhere to.
Leveraging critical vital-sign information to learn long-term care resident trends and provide better care will be the subject of a special McKnight’s webinar Oct. 5. “Predicting resident deterioration: Are we looking at the right data at the right time?” will last approximately 60 minutes and start at 1:30 ET.