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Upcoming Events at MED e-care

By Jing Chen  |  12 October 2017

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Curious about what's happening at MED e-care in the next few months? 

We are scheduling many events which you should know!

Our next 35 QI & RUGs Webinar series will begin next Week. This highly practical series has received rave reviews. This series demonstrates the interrelationship between Risk Indicators under the RAPS, Quality Indicators, Clinical Assessment Protocols, Care Planning, Educational Needs, RUG Resource Grouping and how they are linked to overall funding. To see the detailed schedule and register, please click here.

We are just about to launch our RAI forum, which will allow the sharing of knowledge, skills and experience among those in our network. Please register by clicking www.rai.to or sign up for a 30 min demo if you are not sure where to get started.

Thirdly, our next round of MDS Credentialing & Advanced RUGs sessions will be scheduled October 25th-27th and November 3rd.  Limited seats are available for this highly popular educational opportunity. 

Last but not least, It's the time for our CMI specialist to review your CCRS documentation before your submission in order to maximize your CMI. Our Consulting service is now available to both clients and non-clients with your first quarter's assessment Free of Charge with a guarantee that we will raise your CMI by at least 1 point.

Click the appropriate link to join us for the 35QI webinars, forums, educational sessions and our consulting service. Contact Cynthia Hood via [email protected] or 1.800.387.8903 ext. 236 if you need any further assistance or additional information. 

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Critical Thinking: Strengthening Your Muscles

By Cynthia Hood  |  11 October 2017

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Critical thinking is a skill like any other. It is the ability to focus on an issue, examine all possible and potential solutions, determine the probable impact each solution may create and make a decision accordingly. Compare it to a muscle. The more it is used, the stronger it becomes.

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You are a Family Counselor

By Len Fabiano  |  04 October 2017

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You may not have expected that role when you started working with the elderly. It may not be included in your job description. You probably believe that you don’t have the time to do what is needed. You may not even have the skills to deal with what is experienced. Regardless, you are smack dab in the middle of families in crisis.

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3 Technology Benefits for Social Care Facilities

By Brad Whittaker  |  19 July 2017

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Individuals with conditions that make them vulnerable members of the society receive a lot of benefits as a result of admission to good social care facilities. The vulnerability arises from disabilities, illnesses, poverty or old age. Today, technology has improved the quality of care that such individuals receive from these facilities. With the right kind of technology, both residents and facilities can expect huge benefits in the following areas:

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