Providers can earn up to two continuing education credits today by attending sessions at the McKnight’s Online Expo.
The first is “Engaging staff in reducing readmissions to improve quality” with featured presenter Elaine Healy, M.D., the vice president of medical affairs at United Hebrew of New Rochelle, at 11:30 a.m. ET. The closing session, economist Beth Burnham Mace’s “The state of capital availability,” will start at 1 p.m. ET.
Before, after and between the sessions, attendees are encouraged to click around McKnight’s virtual exhibit hall. Long-term care professionals can use the exhibit hall to browse the latest in products and services and chat with reps — all without ever leaving their home or office.
For more information on the free Expo, or to register if you haven’t already, click here.