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Inquisit Launches Long Term Care Education Series
Date:5/9/2013

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 09, 2013

Amerinet Inc., a leading national healthcare solutions organization, announced the launch of a Long Term Care Education Series, administered through Inquisit®, Amerinet’s strategic education partner.

“Long term care providers are faced with enormous challenges in today’s healthcare environment,” stated Dee Morgillo, vice president of Inquisit. “Demand is increasing as the baby boomer generation ages, yet revenue is declining due to healthcare reform. All the while these facilities must provide quality clinical care, meet regulatory compliance and ensure they deliver the very best healthcare to the patients they serve.”

Each audio conference is a 60-minute program so participants can receive real-time instructional education on important long term care issues facing caregivers, including:

  • Medication Management in LTC on June 20, 2013
Speaker: Sue LaGrange, RN, BSN, NHA, Consultant, Pathway Health Services
  • Effective Infection Control in LTC on July 30, 2013
Speaker: Michelle Stober, RN, BSN, Consultant, Pathway Health Services
  • ZPIC, RAC and MAC Audits – Proactive vs. Reactive Approach on August 20, 2013
Speaker: Louann Lawson, BA, RN-BC, RAC-CT, Consultant, Pathway Health Services
  • ADL – Another Dollar Lost? How to Optimize Your ADL Coding on September 17, 2013
Speaker: Sue LaGrange, RN, BSN, NHA, Consultant, Pathway Health Services
  • MDS 3.0 Scheduling and Operational Strategies for OBRA and PPS on October 22, 2013
Speaker: Louann Lawson, BA, RN-BC, RAC-CT, Consultant, Pathway Health Services

Participants who successfully complete all five programs will receive 5 hours of continuing education. In addition, Amerinet members receive special pri
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