Friday, February 21 | Post-Acute Care, Thought Leadership

Salute Your Caregivers Today and Every Day

By Netsmart

Your caregivers work tirelessly to care for others. That's why it's important to appreciate them today and every day. Help make their jobs easier so they can focus on providing top quality care. Invest in your caregivers with these top tips. Invest in your caregivers: Recognizing your caregivers' achievements and helping to make their jobs feel easier leads to increased staff satisfaction. Here's how to invest in your No. 1 asset. Invest in Staff Appreciation: Public recognition, Personal recognition, Small gifts, Uplifting community, Flexibility/work-life balance. Invest in Job Satisfaction: Efficient documentation, Easy-to-use technology, Access to analytics, More time with patient, Easier compliance.

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Thursday, June 17 | Thought Leadership

Ernesto Lopez, CEO of Hospice of Washington County, and John Blaschke, chief information officer of Care Synergy, to participate in an interactive conversation led by Mike Dordick, senior vice president of post-acute strategy at Netsmart and president of McBee, about the future of hospice.

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Becoming a Hard Target

Thursday, June 17 | Thought Leadership,Human Services,Post-Acute Care

The healthcare sector continues to be a leading target for ransomware. Don't let your organization fall victim to a ransomware attack. Discover how to keep your cyber backdoor secure through patching efforts and other effective defenses.

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Why Self-Care Matters

Friday, May 28 | Cause Connected,Netsmart in the Community,Thought Leadership

Self-care can look different for everyone – as long as it helps you reenergize, brings you joy, and allows you to listen to what your entire body needs. Need some ideas? Check out these self-care practices you can take with you after mental health month comes to a close.

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