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Upcoming Education and Event Schedule

PHCA hosts a number of opportunities to earn continuing education credits throughout the year via monthly webinars and in-person learning sessions. 

EARNING CEU CREDITS

Unless otherwise specified, only PHCA members may earn CEU credits by attending our monthly webinars – this is a “member-only” benefit. Future PHCA members may register to attend our webinars but will not receive a continuing education credit for their participation.

To learn more about becoming a PHCA member, click here.

Understaffing and Underfunding Your Compliance Program is Riskier Than Ever

Virtual PA, United States

In this webinar you will find out why an ineffective or underfunded compliance program is riskier than ever and what you can do about it today. With the Department of Justice, the FBI and DHHS beefing up their fraud strike forces along with cyber criminals becoming increasingly proficient at their dirty craft your facility should […]

PHCA Emergency Preparedness and Infection Control Intensive

Virtual PA, United States

A state regulatory change in 2022 now requires nursing home administrators (NHA) to complete 12 hours of acceptable continuing education specific to emergency preparedness and infection control. These 12 hours will be counted toward the 48 required educational training hours that must be achieved by June 30, 2024, for the current biennial licensure renewal period. […]

Operational Success: Building a Cost-Effective Culture

Virtual PA, United States

Building a culture that is focused on fiscal stewardship is key to operational success. More than task-driven activities, it must be interwoven throughout the daily mindset. Strategies will be highlighted to assist with departmental reviews, performance improvement tactics, and cost-control areas to focus on while also bolstering your dining program. Join this session to learn […]

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