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Webinars

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…

Oct. 22 webinar to uncover hidden costs of in-house therapy models

Knowing whether to provide rehabilitation in-house or through a contracted third party can be confusing. A webinar to take place Thursday, Oct. 22, at 1 p.m. ET, may help inform such a decision. The webinar, entitled “Hidden Costs of Managed and In-house Therapy Models” will discuss the financial downsides of in-house rehab. Hidden costs can…
Leah Klusch

Strategic issues for PDPM on Oct. 14

A must-attend webinar on the Patient Drive Payment Model will present an executive review of the key data and compliance issues. The CE-available session starts at 1 p.m. ET Oct. 14 and features well-known educator Leah Klusch

Webinar on Sept. 30 targets staff turnover solutions

It’s not easy to retain long-term care staff. The pandemic has exacerbated the problem. A webinar to take place Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 1 p.m. ET, will discuss a range of tactics to improve retention. Jason McGovern, director of Business Development for WorkSync, will provide information about how to engage and empower employees to retain…

Sept. 23 webinar to address managing dialysis residents during COVID-19

Many health issues can be overlooked during the pandemic. Dialysis should not be one of them. An upcoming webinar offers key information on this topic. “Considerations for Managing Dialysis Residents During the COVID-19 Pandemic” will take place at 1 p.m. EDT on Sept. 23. During the 60-minute presentation, attendees will learn about resident referrals, clinical…

Webinar on Sept. 15 to explore how to maintain certifications under COVID-19

One less-talked about healthcare challenge under COVID-19 is attending training and education sessions. An upcoming McKnight’s webinar will explore how to overcome this.   “Struggling to Maintain Certifications While Socially Distancing” will take place on Sept. 15 at 1 p.m. EDT. John Dymond, associate vice president, simulation solutions, HealthStream, will explain how long-term care workers…

‘McKnight’s’ webinar to address flu season, COVID-19

Providers who are concerned about the upcoming fall, when the flu season will begin to dovetail with the pandemic, will want to tune into an upcoming McKnight’s webinar. “When COVID-19 and Flu Season Converge: What to Anticipate and How to Prepare” will take place on Thursday, Aug. 13, at 1 p.m. EDT. Those who listen…

Medication handling and added concerns with COVID-19 — June 23

Providers should always be careful about challenges and risks when it comes to crushing or compounding medications. Now, however, there are fears of contamination or spreading of COVID-19, as well as ongoing concerns presented by PDPM, USP, NIOSH, OSHA and CMS.  These will all be discussed at a webinar titled “To crush or not to…

McKnight’s ‘Power Panel’ delivers operational strategies Wednesday

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for years. Fortunately, the inaugural McKnight’s Power Panel is here to help providers develop successful strategies for today, and the future. The virtual roundtable of marketplace leaders is titled “Succeeding despite the 2020 pandemic” and will take start at 1 p.m. ET Wednesday, June 10. Five top…
Steven Fogg

McKnight’s tackles leadership, business continuity during COVID-19 in Thursday’s Online Forum

The coronavirus will be the subject of a third McKnight’s Online Forum, to take place this Thursday. McKnight’s will hone in on two particular COVID-19-related subjects during this FREE event: leadership and business continuity. And listeners will be eligible to receive two continuing education credits — one for each webinar — for attending. During the leadership webinar,…
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