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The long Winter is (hopefully!) almost over, and it’s a time for new beginnings! LiveOn NY and the Association on Aging in New York have put together some great webinars that focus on the skills and strategies critical to all professionals who work with older adults.
To view our previous webinars, go to our webinars page at LiveOn NY.
Tuesday, April 14, 2-3 PM ET – The Basics of Health Care and Health Reform, Part 1, Timothy McNeill, JD,MHA, Healthcare Management Consultant. As a result of the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare landscape is changing rapidly. Becoming familiar with the new terminology, understanding healthcare marketplace drivers that are changing the care delivery model, developing collaborations in your local network and creating a strategy for your community-based organization are essential. Click here to register.
April 23, 2-3 PM ET – The Basics of Health Care and Health Reform Part2, Timothy McNeill, JD,MHA, Healthcare Management Consultant. As a result of the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare landscape is changing rapidly. Part of these changes mandate sweeping modifications to the delivery of health care services to provide person-centered care with a greater emphasis on the role of home- and community-based services. Community-based organizations that participate in these initiatives will have expanded opportunities to be partners in the provision of integrated person-centered care and will be well-positioned to add value to the health care system through these partnerships. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
May 13, 2-3 PM ET – Data: Where to Find It and How to Use It, Danylle Rudin, Executive Director, The Florence V. Burden Foundation. Data – we all need it – but how do we use it? Participants will be shown how to find reliable sources of secondary data, how to mine the data, and how to use it to promote their services and programming. This is an introductory workshop on finding and using data and is great for the data novice! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
May 20, 2-3 PM ET – How to Collect and Use Your Own Data, Danylle Rudin, Executive Director, The Florence V. Burden Foundation. Building on the previous webinar, in this presentation participants will learn how to collect and use their own primary data. Learn how to turn that data into outcomes that will showcase your programs in a positive, advantageous, and beneficial way. Attend this workshop to hear concrete examples of using data to enhance development, grow client bases and display effective programming. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.