Webinar: Growth Strategies Series: The 2020 Forecast Report

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January 2, 2020

Argentum’s third annual report on the impact of workforce, food, and utilities trends is designed to help providers and industry partners better plan how to manage senior living’s three biggest cost drivers.

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Webinar: Tech Enablement Series: Voice-Tech and Wellness

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February 6, 2020

The rapid growth of voice-enabled technologies has extended to senior living. For those considering deployments in their communities, this webinar will provide you with the results of a new report on the topic, as well as first-hand experiences from the perspective of an owner/operator who has deployed voice technology in their communities.

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Webinar: Quality Improvement Series: The Case for Telehealth

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March 5, 2020

According to a Leavitt Partners report for Argentum, telehealth is shaping up to be a senior living system whereby providers offer telehealth services within communities by either contracting with a health system or a telehealth vendor – or by developing their own telehealth platform. This webinar will provide you with an overview of this delivery system, how seniors are adapting to this new system, and introduce you to resources you will need to consult if you are planning to implement a Medicare Advantage reimbursement model for your telehealth services.

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Webinar: Workforce Development Series: Leveraging Generations to Recruit Generations

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April 2, 2020

According to an AARP survey, most people—7 out of 10—like working with generations other than their own. The survey indicated “older workers appreciate younger colleagues’ tech skills, creativity, and new perspectives. And younger employees value older coworkers’ wisdom and experience with navigating the workplace.” The senior living industry demands and depends on successful generational collaboration—for its operational outlook, for the resident experience, and for the future of its workforce. And yet, this is one of the most common problems in our workforce: how do we create workplaces that attract and engage the next generation of potential employees? This webinar will take a two-pronged approach to this problem – from the workforce and resident engagement perspectives.

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