Webinars are available on-demand for 12 months following the live event.
A special McKnight’s webinar will focus on interoperability issues at 1 p.m. ET April 1.
Learn evidence-based ways to protect residents from serious harm that can come from the novel coronavirus at a free webinar on Wednesday, March 25.
“Competency is Critical … 2.0” is the title of a March 26 webinar that will help providers on their way to better care and compliance with nursing homes’ Final Rule. The hour long session will give a surveyor’s insight into how new stipulations will be enforced, as well as how providers can create a multidisciplinary…
Increasingly, long-term care providers are aware of the power of technology to make life better for seniors. An upcoming March 24 webcast at 1 p.m. ET will address this topic. During the free webcast, listeners will learn how connected technology can improve seniors’ well-being and socialization. Gary Pederson, MatrixCare’s EVP of Connected Health & Wellness,…
Attracting and keeping qualified staff may be the single largest issue facing long-term care providers. An upcoming webinar on March 5 at 1 p.m. ET will provide providers concrete ideas for tackling this problem. Featured speakers are Angie Keeven, VP of organizational development at Cedarhurst Living, and Peter Corless, EVP of enterprise development at OnShift.…
A special McKnight’s Feb. 12 webinar will delve into new standards for handling meds in long-term care facilities, including the prospect of crushing pills.
A special McKnight’s webinar will outline staff competency needs under the Final Rule, and how to get there, starting at 1 p.m. ET on Oct. 1.
Skilled care operators will learn how to build a transition-to-home program based on best practices during a Sept. 24 McKnight’s webinar.
Real-world advice on how long-term care operators can improve referral and intake management will be the topic of a Sept. 19 McKnight’s webinar.
Operators will learn five key components that they need to understand to be successful during the transition from Prospective Payment System (PPS) to the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) payment process through an August 19 webinar.
Better communication and collaboration will be two of the tools discussed at a special July 25 McKnight’s webinar on PDPM.
Providers preparing for the Patient-Driven Payment model need to master sections of the Minimum Data Set (MDS) will heavily weight the case-mix components and provider reimbursement.
Providers preparing for the Patient-Driven Payment model will learn how to execute collaborative processes to ensure key sections of the MDS are completed accurately, operationalize an enhanced care transitions program for smooth and effective patient hand-offs and implement effective Restorative Nursing Programming to enhance patient outcomes during a June 25 webinar.
As administrators prepare for the Patient-Driven Payment Model, many are still seeking answers to questions around variable per diem adjustment schedule, the PPS MDS schedule, the Interim Payment Assessment and changings to nursing categories. Attendees at the June 13 webinar on “PDPM: Tools to Help You Prosper in Value-Based Care” will learn about these aspects,…
A May 29 webinar will offer expert advice on how managers can help create better connections to engage staff and lower turnover.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a common disease in older individuals, but it needs vigilant diagnosis and care. The second of two McKnight’s webinars on the condition — “COPD Webinar Series Part 2: Management of COPD Exacerbations in Older Persons” — will take place at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, May 21. Speaker Todd King, director…
Providers may be lulled into thinking they’re in better shape than they are when it comes to mandated QAPI programs. Attendees will learn what they still need to do at a May 14 McKnight’s webinar. The event starts at 1 p.m. ET and offers one free CE credit. There’s a reason the Centers for Medicare…
Post-acute care transitions often cause stress for the provider and resident, especially when it comes to interoperability. By learning about how to improve transitions through technology, providers will understand how to better manage residents with behavioral or chronic conditions.
Attendees at a special McKnight’s webinar April 30 will learn from healthcare executives how to significantly reduce sepsis and improve patient care by leveraging technology in real-time.
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.