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Workforce - What Works!Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/09/2019
Workforce is consistently noted as one of the top challenges that providers face. This course contains a series of short webinars where providers share solutions that have helped them combat some of the top workforce challenges - from recruitment to staff engagement. Additional webinars will be posted throughout the year, so check back for more!
Workforce Shortage……Now What?Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/20/2019
The session will focus on practical strategies in the face of a workforce crisis. Organizational recruitment and retention strategies will be highlighted. In addition, a regional approach for providers working together to effect change in their community will be described.
Key Strategies to Retain New Hires and Reduce Employee TurnoverContains 7 Component(s)
Workforce Person-centered leadership provides a strong basis for improving staff stability, employee satisfaction, and enhancing quality. Research has demonstrated that staff will stay in organizations where they are valued and have strong relationships with their supervisors. Person-centered leadership focuses on engaging others and listening to what is important to them. Strategies used to reduce employee turnover must incorporate a person-centered approach starting before hire at the interview, through the new hire probationary periods, and continued throughout employment.
Payroll Based Journal (PBJ)...Mandatory Staffing Data CollectionContains 6 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/11/2018
Here you will find resources to assist you in preparing for the Mandatory Electronic Staffing Data Collection aka Payroll Based Journal. Including a list of vendors that offer solutions such as American HealthTech, eHealth Data Solutions, Kronos, MatrixCare, Muller Prost, OnShift, Prime Care Technologies, and Smartlinx.
CNA Solutions Using Technology to Solve Workforce ChallengesContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/06/2018
Introducing the Online CNA solution utilizing the AHCA How to be curriculum. This program is approved in the state of South Dakota. Reduced Early Adopter pricing for statewide classes will be discussed. During this program we will discuss: • The workforce challenges that impact the industry • The need for quality trained workforce to meet the growing demand. •Explore the use of a blended learning approach to train staff • How to use the course as tool to attract additional staff into the aging care field. • We will demonstrate the course for ease of use and discuss the three components necessary in order to utilize this method. • We will cover customization, compliance and state certification • We will discuss the career ladder options and the need for partnerships for the delivery into the market. • We will discuss Early Adopter pricing for State classes held bi-monthly (offer good for next 6 months) Speaker: John Reinhart, MBA, CPA
Phase 3: Infection Preventionist Role & Competencies ToolContains 2 Component(s)
Purpose & Intent of §483.80: Designated Infection Preventionist (IP) Role & Competencies. CMS requires each center to designate one or more individual(s) as the infection preventionist(s) (IPs) who are responsible for the center’s Infection Prevention and Control Program.** AHCA has outlined information for centers to consider when developing the role of the Infection Preventionist.
The Generational Shift: Engaging Millennial Members & StaffContains 1 Component(s)
The workforce is changing which means your association staff and members aren't exactly who they used to be. It's now critical for association leaders to evolve with members' changing needs to recruit and retain the younger generation of long-term care leaders.Come hear the inside scoop from an early Millennial herself, who can help you engage more young members and staff to build a stronger voice in your state!
Effective Tools to Engage MembersContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/21/2015
Learn how three state affiliates successfully retain new and returning members through a variety of tools including personal member outreach, new member benefit webinars and welcome packets, customer satisfaction research, and an electronic member directory.
Member Engagement In Theory and PracticeContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/17/2014
Following the lively and invigorating discussion on member recruitment and retention at the State Affiliate education session during the AHCA/NCAL National Convention we will now focus on the concept of the ladder of member engagement as it relates to recruitment. In this follow up webinar, we'll dive more deeply into the concept of member engagement and how it supports the relationship-building that is essential to strong retention.
Understanding and Assessing Employee’s Full-Time Status Under the ACAContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/16/2014
Nicole Fallon of CliftonLarsonAllen will explain how an employer can determine whether an employee is full-time or not using both the monthly measurement and a look-back measurement period safe harbor.
4 Key Strategies to Retain New Hires and Reduce Employee TurnoverContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/23/2013
This webinar will focus on 4 key strategies to help providers improve retention and the working environment.
Workforce Resource Center
Browse resources for LTC organizations to improve overall workforce efforts and ensure staff stability. Also resources for professionals at multiple levels to develop skills and advance your career.