The 15th annual spring McKnight’s Online Expo is fast approaching, offering six webinars and just as many continuing education credits. The event includes a virtual exhibit hall and takes place from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ET March 17 and 18.
As always, attendance and the CEs are all at no cost to registered participants. Registration is ongoing.
Exhibit hall doors open at 10:30, followed by an 11 a.m. session each day. National experts will speak at each session, starting with well-known payment and quality expert Leah Klusch with “Essential operational and clinical tasks for high-quality services and payment in 2021” in the kick-off slot. She will be followed by sessions at 12:30 ET on maximizing wound care efforts and investment, and 2 p.m. on dealing with clinical changes in the long-term care space.
Day 2 begins with “The next steps: Pharmacy-provided vaccination services in long-term care,” which will focus on continuing the flow of COVID-19 inoculations well after the government-sponsored clinics are complete this month. Completing the day will be “Bridging the interoperability gap between referring hospitals and post-acute care providers” and “Hidden risks in your COVID safety and vaccine programs,” the latter a discussion with legal and insurance experts on some of the significant risks providers will be facing.
Attendees will be able to visit live in the exhibit hall with representatives from top providers of long-term care goods and services. They also will have networking opportunities with other participants and be able to take part in a points-earning trivia contest open to all.