Issue: May 26, 2016

Published on May 1, 2017

Articles in this issue:

NYSHFA/NYSCAL 67th Annual Convention & Trade Show

Author: * Published in Education, Convention

Join Us for the

NYSHFA/NYSCAL 67th Annual Convention & Trade Show

REGISTER TODAY

June 26-29, 2016

The Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing, NY


Brochure & Registration Information


NYSHFA Contact:
Scott Jackson, CMP
Director, Education & Conference Planning
(518) 462-4800 ext. 27


2016 Audio Conference Announcement: Post Acute Strategies

Author: * Published in Education

Join us on Monday, June 27, 2016 for "Post Acute Strategies for Sustaining Partnerships: The Key is Nursing" audio conference from 10:00am - 12:00pm.

Hospitals, ACOs and managed care plans are evaluating post-acute strategic partnerships. This session will explore what you, as a
post-acute provider, need to do to establish and maintain these relationships. The session will explore 10 criteria acute care partners are expecting and what you need to consider in terms of your nursing staff model while preparing your staff for this changing environment. Learn what a successful nurse leader has done to prepare for and maintain relationships and gain the confidence of hospitals and managed care providers. This session will highlight tools for acuity based staffing, strategies for reducing re-hospitalizations, ensuring patient
satisfaction as well as looking at a model for root cause analysis.

Presenters: 

Mary Tellis-Nayak | MyInnerView by National Research Corporation

Ellen Rychlik, RN, BC | Mainstreet Health


2.0 CEUs Approved by NAB for LNHAs and ALAs

Brochure & Registration Information


NYSHFA Contact:
Scott Jackson, CMP
Director, Education & Conference Planning
518.462.4800, ext.27

2016 Audio Conference Announcement- National Update: Assisted Living

Author: * Published in Education

Join us on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 for "National Update: Assisted Living" audio conference from 8:00am - 9:45 am.

This session offers updates on emerging industry trends, state regulatory requirements, changing payment models, Medicaid funding for long term care services and supports, and the implementation of the final rule defining home and community based settings under the Medicaid waiver program. Several initiatives being undertaken by federal departments and agencies that affect assisted living will be presented. Risk management and key quality initiatives that help assisted living providers thrive in a changing marketplace will also
be discussed.

Learning Objectives
Attendees will learn the following: 1) An understanding of what activities federal policymakers are undertaking that impact assisted living; 2) State and national industry, regulatory, and legislative trends and developments; and 3) Current quality initiatives and data collection efforts to help assisted living professionals succeed now and in the future.



Presenter: 

Scott Tittle | Executive Director, National Center for Assisted Living

1.75 CEUs Approved by NAB for LNHAs and ALAs

Brochure & Registration Information


NYSHFA Contact:
Scott Jackson, CMP
Director, Education & Conference Planning
518.462.4800, ext.27

NYSHFA/NYSCAL 2016 Annual Convention - A Day of Education

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"A Day of Education" at the NYSHFA/NYSCAL 2016 Annual Convention will be held on June 28, 2016 at The Sagamore Resort in Bolton Landing, NY.


6.0 CEUs for LNHAs & ALAs.

Up to four additional registrants are FREE!

Recommended for the Following Audiences:
Administrators, Directors of Nursing, Social Workers, Activities Directors, Quality Assurance Coordinators, Nurse Managers.

Brochure & Registration Information



NYSHFA CONTACT:
Scott Jackson
Director, Education & Conference Planning
518-462-4800 x27

AHCA/NCAL 67th Annual Convention & Expo Preliminary Program

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This year’s AHCA/NCAL Convention & Expo Preliminary Program is now available online! You can even read it on your mobile devices. Take a look at what Nashville has in store for you October 16-19 in this easy-to-access, easy-to-read flip book.

This year's Convention & Expo offers national keynote speakers, valuable education, professional networking, exciting exhibits staffed with experts ready to help your company excel, and music, of course! In the spirit of the Grand Ole Opry, the Gala Dinner & Show (separate ticketed event) features three artists, each with their own unique style and sound. You’ll enjoy an evening with award-winning county artists Charlie Daniels, Jo Dee Messina, and Phil Vassar.
 
Once you preview the electronic Preliminary Program, you’ll be inspired to register for the AHCA/NCAL Convention & Expo.  Early bird registration and savings continue through July 22.