Avery Bredice has joined the American College of Health Care Administrators as its director of professional advancement.
Providers are finding their personal and professional relationships with the government tested these days. But before we all grab our torches and pitchforks, let’s take a deep breath.
The 48th Annual Convocation and Exposition of the American College of Health Care Administrators takes place Saturday through Wednesday in Las Vegas. Regulatory, payment, management and marketing issues will be among those highlighted during the 49 educational sessions. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to 20.5 continuing education units/contact hours.
Long-term care administrators have a lot to look forward to in the coming weeks. On Sunday, National Long Term Care Administrators’ Week begins. The sponsoring American College of Health Care Administrators says it is an opportunity for staff, residents and others to thank and honor administrators, who must maintain ongoing educational requirements. Administrators and others have a prime opportunity to satisfy some of those requirements at McKnight’s 8th Annual Online Expo, which runs from March 26-27. The free virtual trade show offers up to five NAB-approved continuing education credits at no cost.
The American College of Health Care Administrators will hold its 20th annual Winter Marketplace meeting today through Sunday in San Diego, CA. Regulatory, legal, staff development, QAPI, OIG reports, the Affordable Care Act and other key topics will be featured in educational sessions. Patty Cisco and Mary Jane Mapes will be the keynote speakers. As many as 15 continuing education requirements can be earned.