EDUCATION GENERAL INFORMATION
Amp Up Your Skills with a New Playlist
The 2022 AHCA/NCAL Professional Development Workgroup designed an education program that addresses current and pressing operating and care challenges facing providers today. Critical workforce issues, census rebuilding, reimbursement constraints, regulatory changes and much more set the stage for exceptional performances from the best talent in the industry. It is imperative that providers come to Nashville and learn from experts and peers about the impact of these issues in our sector.
The comprehensive agenda covers all the topics you need to be successful in your community or organization. With an increased focus on workforce challenges, the program offers practical, implementable, real-world solutions to the challenges you face every day.
Carve out the best value by registering for the Premium Package. Included in the Premium Package is a welcome reception, two general sessions, two-day Expo Hall access with lunch, your choice of education sessions beginning with the Sunday Intensives, and, running through Wednesday afternoon, the Quality Award Ceremony, and networking events. The Premium Package provides post-convention access to recorded sessions as well as the opportunity for additional CEs. It also allows for the sharing of materials with your staff.
Note that the following convention education programs require a separate ticket
to be added to your registration:
• NCAL Day
• Rehabilitation Therapy Program (Hosted By AHCA and NASL)
Enhance Your Playlist with CE Credits Administrators:
Continuing education approval has been requested for administrators from the National Association of Boards of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB). All attendees seeking administrator CEs will need their NAB Registry ID to register for convention. The main convention programming begins at 1:00 pm on Sunday, October 9, with the Intensive sessions and runs through Wednesday, October 12. Adding a separate ticketed event (NCAL Day and/or the, Rehabilitation Therapy Program) to your registration will alter your CE count. Nurses:
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by University of Nebraska Medical Center and American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). University of Nebraska Medical Center is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team. ANCC contact hours will be provided.
This activity is designed for facility owners, corporate management, facility specialists, Directors of Nursing (DONs), nurses, administrators, rehab therapists or other health care professionals from nursing facilities, sub-acute/post-acute care, assisted living, and other long term care settings.
Discuss emerging trends and topics impacting the overall quality and value of your organization/facility and how to incorporate new quality improvement approaches within your system.
Identify evidenced-based strategic solutions to improve practice, performance, and/or resident outcomes.
Integrate strategies, procedures, resources, and/or guidelines presented into everyday delivery of quality care including process changes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.There is truly something for every long term care professional of every interest and every specialty. Convention tracks will focus on the goals of the AHCA Quality Initiative, assisted living, clinical care practice, person-centered care, survey and regulatory compliance, the National Quality Award Program, and more.