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Learn how to adapt staffing strategies during Sept. 23 webinar

Experienced workforce professionals will share their latest take on managing labor shortages during a Sept. 23 McKnight’s webinar. During “Innovation in practice: Attacking the workforce crisis with modern staffing strategies,” attendees will learn about a transformative approach to labor management that prioritizes flexibility for employees, streamlines operational processes and maintains high-quality resident care. In this…

Outsmarting workforce shortage, wage inflation and more frame Aug. 31 webinar

Want to know why so many workers are exiting the healthcare market — or better yet, how to get them to stay? Join McKnight’s Long-Term Care News for an Aug. 31 webinar dedicated to reviewing the current workforce crisis, as well as strategies and solutions to help your facility recruit, retain and source staff.  The…

How to respond to growing threat of multi-drug resistant organisms focus of Aug. 24 webinar

Candida auris. Methicillin/oxacillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Vancomycin-resistant enterococci. The growing list of multi-drug resistant organisms is enough to worry any nursing home leader. These superbugs present a global threat to vulnerable patients such as those treated for ailments in long-term care and other healthcare facilities. Treatment options can be limited, even as the number of patients…

Improving resident quality of life with virtual care is focus of July 29 webinar

A series of senior care providers and technology innovators will share how they leverage virtual care solutions to connect seniors to each other socially during an upcoming McKnight’s webinar.  During the July 29 panel discussion, attendees will learn how to improve quality of life within their buildings by using technology that can also make employees’…

Smooth out post-acute transitions with insights from June 23 webinar

Nursing home residents are at greatest risk as they transition through different levels of care, and a McKnight’s Long-Term Care News webinar June 23 highlights potential areas for opportunity and improvement. Starting at 1 p.m. ET, join William Ford, MD, regional medical director of Abington-Jefferson Health system in Pennsylvania for a free, hour-long conversation. Topics…

Vaccinations and quality — what now?: May 20 webinar

A special McKnight’s webinar at 1 p.m. ET May 20 will address how providers can increase staff acceptance of vaccines and integrate immunization plans with clinics, pharmacies, local health departments and others. Free continuing education (CE) credit is available.

April 29: Testing for COVID-19 as variants emerge

A new stage of battling COVID-19 is here, which makes an April 29 McKnight’s webinar, “Testing for COVID-19 as variants emerge and vaccinations progress” a must-attend event. The session starts at 1 p.m. ET.

Using analytics to drive post-COVID-19 referrals highlights April 29 webinar

As the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services drives toward value-based care and bundled payment models, skilled nursing providers have a key opportunity to show hospitals and other potential partners that they are well positioned to help improve patient care.  Performance-driven data and analytics are a critical tool for time- and resource-strapped facilities as they…
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