Register for #HealthcareSummit17!

June 19 – 20 2017

The Coaches Club at MetLife Stadium

Open Bar • Buffet Dinner
Up to 6 CEUs for Administrators, SWs and DONs
Approved for all States

Registration is open to LNHAs, CALAs, DONs and SWs, or members of facilities and organizations that have a relationship with LTC Consulting Services.

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What You Need To Know

This year’s Healthcare Summit is bigger than ever. It’s on June 19 – 20 at The Coaches Club at MetLife Stadium. We had a Q&A with Ovadyah Stavsky, Director of Marketing at SPS and LTC, to find out what you need to know to get the most out of the packed agenda.

Q: This is the sixth annual Healthcare Summit. What’s new this year?

We’ve taken the learnings from each of the previous Healthcare Summits and have built them into this year’s event. The Healthcare Summit started outfairly small, but due to overflowing classes and increased success year after year, we’ve scaled the program to a full two-day event. We are offering attendees up to three CEUs per day for a total of six, and all workshops are approved LNHA’s, CALA’s, DON’s and SW’s, and for all states.

The Healthcare Summit is all about appreciation and learning opportunities for our clients and healthcare professionals. I’m sure attendees won’t be disappointed.

Q: Can you tell us about the informative CEU sessions?

On Monday, June 19th, there are two sessions on “Utilization Review Today – Everything You Need to Know…And Then Some!” The UR process controls costs and quality of care, which protects both patients and facilities. Each session earns 1.5 CEUs, for a total of 3 CEUs for the full course.

Tuesday’s two-part program is on a topic that doesn’t receive enough attention: “From High School to Old School: Elders Who Bully and Strategies to Intervene.” Some seniors in facilities undergo the same unfair treatment as high school students. Again, each session earns 1.5 CEUs.

Attendees do not have to go to all sessions to get credits. New Jersey social workers should be aware that they must attend part one and two of a course for three credits. They can’t receive 1.5 for half of a course.

Q: Who are the platinum sponsors?

We are very excited about our platinum sponsors! They are:

Mobilex USA, America’s leading provider of mobile imaging services. Mobilex brings x-ray and sonogram technology to your facility. For over 35 years, they have been serving patients in over 7000 facilities throughout most of the United States.

Brian Patten and Associates specializes in assisting organizations in the explanation in enrollment of core and ancillary employee benefits. Their management team has over 54 years of benefit and rolling and consulting experience, and the service over 1.5 million employees throughout all 50 states.

APS Marketing Group is a full-service marketing agency. They help companies make a good first impression and work with brands on reputation control.

Tech-Keys is your one-stop destination for everything IT. From IT Consulting through system design, implementation and ongoing maintenance, Tech-Keys provides all the technological support your facility or organization needs to stay relevant in today’s digital world.

We encourage Summit attendees to visit with our platinum sponsors during the event.

Q: Bo Dietl is your guest speaker this year. What can attendees expect from his address?

With Bo, one thing I’m sure we can expect is the unexpected. Bo is a force of nature and is always memorable. He is one of the most highly decorated NYPD detectives in the history of the NYPD and he runs one of the most successful private investigation firms in the country. He’s quintessentially New York, and he’s currently running for mayor of New York.

Q: Who should attend the Healthcare Summit?

The daytime courses are designed for healthcare professionals, such as administrators of nursing homes and assisted living facilities, social workers, and directors of nursing. Others in the industry, such as BOM’s etc., will enjoy and benefit from the networking events. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Monday, June 19
1:00 – 3:30   Utilization Review Today – Everything You Need to Know…And Then Some! Part 1
1.5 CEUs for administrators, SWs and RNs
3:00 – 3:30   Light refreshments
3:30 – 5:00   Utilization Review Today – Everything You Need to Know…And Then Some! Part 2
1.5 CEUs for administrators, SWs and RNs
5:00 – 7:00   Eat, drink and network
7:00 – 7:15   Platinum presentations
7:15 – 8:45   Eat, drink and network
8:45 – 9:05   Guest speaker
9:05 – 11:00   Dessert bar, stay and play!

Tuesday, June 20
8:00 – 10:00   Breakfast with the Plats
10:00 – 11:30   From High School to Old School: Elders Who Bully and Strategies to Intervene. Part 1
1.5 CEUs for administrators, SWs and RNs
11:30 – 12:00   Grab-A-Lunch
12:00 – 1:30   From High School to Old School: Elders Who Bully and Strategies to Intervene. Part 2
1.5 CEUs for administrators, SWs and RNs

NJ SWs will need to attend parts 1 & 2 of a course to receive 3 credits. They cannot receive 1.5 for any half.

Park in Lot A and enter through the BudLight Gate.

Hilton Meadowlands
To take advantage of our event rate, please contact
(732) 905-8888

Event Sponsors:

Mobilex  Brian Patten Associates  APS Central   Tech-Keys

Allstate Medical  Fischer Roofing   MobileCare

Patterson Design   Specialty RX  Tender Touch  Towne NursingAll State Pest Management


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Founded in 2006, LTC Ally serves the long-term care industry with an unbound dedication to improving back office and financial operations. With a mission to reduce burdens and increase peace of mind, LTC Ally set out to revolutionize the way facilities handle their revenue cycle management. With a full suite of financial, case management, and contracting solutions for healthcare providers, LTC Ally is your partner in long-term care and skilled nursing.

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