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Maine Hospice Council Retreat
The Maine Hospice Council will be holding its annual fall retreat at the Rangeley Inn, 2443 Main Street, Rangeley, on the weekend of October 14 - 16, 2016. Registration for the event is $185 plus room fees. (Most rooms are between $200-300 and will accommodate 2 or 3 people.) This event is popular and rooms will likely sell out. All of you are invited to attend this full weekend of learning, fun, and entertainment. If you would like to attend, you will need to make your own reservations. FMI or to register, contact Sarah Swift at the Maine Hospice Council, 626-0651, or at email here.
Free Fall Online Expo hosted by McKnight's
SESSION 1 / 11:00 A.M. ET: QUALITY TRACK HOW COMPETENCY-BASED ACTIVITIES CAN PROMOTE LEARNING AND BETTER DECISIONS
The challenges of competency-based learning/evaluations in the LTC setting
The value of incorporating competency-based activities into hiring process
The value of incorporating competency-based activities to promote learning for clinical staff
Selecting competency-based activities to promote learning and support decision-making
SESSION 2 — 12:30 P. M. ET: PAYMENT TRACK USING HEALTHCARE CLAIMS TO SUPPORT FACILITY DECISIONS
Discussing objectives of the Improving Post-Acute Care Transformation Act of 2014 related to claims data
Breaking down demographic data related to healthcare claims and how it can play a role in post-acute care settings
Understanding how data can support market decisions based on geographic differences
SESSION 3 — 2:00 P.M. ET: TECHNOLOGY TRACK HEALTH IT SAFE PRACTICES: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Identifying the safety risks and benefits associated with health IT
Learning how to recognize and report health IT-related patient safety issues
Focusing on a multi-stakeholder approach to safe practices
Adopting strategies and tools to address health IT-related safety issues
To register for these free webinars please click here
It is important to remember the mission of Hospice Volunteers of Somerset County, which is: Is to care for those with a life limiting illness, provide support and solace to the grieving, and to educate the community.
Also it is important to remember that, all our services are provided at no charge to all of the residents that we serve.