Webinars

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

Webinars

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…

Dementia-related psychosis featured in March 24 webinar

Looking to better understand how dementia-related psychosis might affect residents? Broaden your perspective during a McKnight’s disease-awareness webinar providing an overview of hallucinations and delusions associated with dementia-related psychosis from the long-term care perspective. The program will focus on the prevalence, impact and proposed neurobiology of hallucinations and delusions across the dementias, as well as…

Mitigating medication-handling risks at March 12 webinar

Providers can meet the challenge of delivering meaningful messaging in caregiving by attending the special McKnight’s webinar “The Stakes are High: Risk Mitigation Protocols for Medication Handling” at 1 p.m. ET on March 12.

Tune in on Dec. 17 to learn about mental health effects of pandemic

COVID-19 has had a major impact on people’s sense of well-being. A McKnight’s webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 17, will provide information on pre- and post-COVID-19 mental health effects and how long-term care providers can become trusted mental health allies. Listeners can receive 1 continuing education credit for attending the webinar. During the presentation, Marjorie Morrison,…

Dec. 16 webinar to offer expertise on staffing, scheduling

Staffing has never been more important than it is now in long-term care. A McKnight’s webinar to take place on Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 1 p.m. ET will provide information to providers on improving staff morale and engagement. Meredyth Thompson, a sales engineer with ABILITY Smartforce, will talk about how to fill shifts faster, eliminate…

Revenue cycle on the menu for Dec. 15 Lunch and Learn

McKnight’s will host a Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 1 p.m. that will offer information about simplifying the revenue cycle at a long-term care facility. Listeners will learn about how to keep revenue on track with one-of-a-kind, integrated access to Medicare, Medicaid and private payer claims, all through a single portal. View…

Dec. 8 webinar to discuss importance of patient data sharing during pandemic

An upcoming webinar will address the importance of patient data sharing during COVID-19 and the flu season. During the presentation, which will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 1 p.m. ET, Brenda Hopkins, chief health information officer for J2 Cloud Services, and Michele Darnell, chief commercial officer for Secure Exchange Solutions, will talk about…
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