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Professional Development Update

Posted By Jennifer Gill, Thursday, November 8, 2018


November 7, 2018

As 2018 winds to a close we at LeadingAge North Carolina want to take a moment to thank you for the important work you do. Caring for others is challenging and not always appreciated by the society at large. We value you and we are uplifted by your dedication to your communities and each person you serve.

To support you, LeadingAge North Carolina education programs continue through the year. Check out the Phase 3 RoP webinar series the first Wednesday of each month. It's a great way to learn along with other staff at your community. And if you have a great idea to share, be sure to submit a session proposal(s) by November 30 to present at our 2019 annual conference so that you might share your experience with others who could benefit as well. Please read on for more.


Submit Your 2019 Conference RFP by November 30
At the LeadingAge North Carolina 2019 Annual Conference in Myrtle Beach, SC May 6-9, 2019 we will ask some tough questions.

What if
we empowered our teams to take more strategic risks?What ifwe dreamed without limits?
What ifyou shared your expertise and experiences with the aging services field? What happens? Growth. Understanding. New ways of doing things. We need YOU, your expertise and your experiences to make this happen!We are looking for speakers who:

  • have actionable takeaways
  • create interactive environments
  • present original, thought-provoking content
  • leave audiences inspired and smarter than they were before

Submit your RFP today or by the November 30 deadline. The application is submitted online and is available by clicking here. Based on 2018 conference evaluations, attendees are interested in learning about:

  • finance/accounting
  • technology
  • public policy and regulations
  • workforce issues, successful retention and recruitment programs
  • communicating with family members
  • diversity of staff, board and residents
  • HIPAA compliance

We are seeking a variety of topics relevant to the field. Formats that include multi-disciplinary panels and member communities are encouraged. Submit your RFP today!


NEW!!! Phase 3 RoP: What to Expect; Developing Your Facility Action Plan
Moving Mountains
: SNF Provider Training, Tools, and Insight to Conquer 2019 Industry Changes

Webinar Series
All sessions will be held the first Wednesday of each month from November 2018 to November 2019 at 2pm eastern time (except Jan. 2019)

Registration
Series: $800 members / $1,600 non-members
Individual session: $75 members / $125 non-members

NAB Approved Contact Hours: 1.25 each session

This webinar series will guide providers in implementing a step-wise action plan to manage the industry changes taking effect in 2019 including Phase 3 RoP (Requirements of Participation) and preparing for the reimbursement transition from Medicare PPS RUGs IV to the Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM). Additional sessions may be added in the fall of 2019 based on member feedback and CMS updates.

Target Audience: Director of Nursing, Assistant Director of Nursing, Nurse Manages, Nursing Home Administrators, Nursing Staff & Leaders, RAI Coordinator, QA Director, Social Services, Staff Development Coordinator, Rehabilitation Services, Board Members

Register online today
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LeadingAge North Carolina | 222 N. Person Street, Raleigh, NC 27601
919-571-8333 | info@leadingagenc.org | www.leadingagenc.org


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