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Charting a Course for the Year Ahead
The Argentum Quarterly has just released an eye-opening report reviewing trends affecting the future of the industry. Despite an unstable economy, there are exciting trends emerging in technology, cost management, value-based care, and financing. If you want to stay ahead of the curve, read up on the challenges and opportunities facing this dynamic sector.
Price (Non Members): $350.00
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Learning from Other Industries
Sometimes the best ideas come from outside our industry
It’s not always easy to take a step back and consider what you could be doing differently. How can you do a better job of retaining employees? What can be done to improve your community’s sales and marketing? Are you alone in your situation or are some of your challenges just like those of others? Step outside your comfort zone and gain perspective of what is working in different industries and how these learnings can be applied to the senior living industry. Plus, get an inside look at the current state of the senior living workforce.
How Technology is Shaping the Senior Living Landscape
In this issue of Argentum Quarterly, we take an in-depth look at one of the most talked about technologies of our time - Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its potential impact on senior living. From predictive analytics to assistive technology, AI is already being utilized in various industries and its potential in senior living cannot be overlooked. And that's not all - we are thrilled to present our Senior Living Industry Quarterly Workforce Report, providing an in-depth analysis of the current state of the senior living workforce. This report highlights key trends, challenges, and opportunities that industry professionals are facing in terms of recruitment, retention, and training. We hope you enjoy this issue of Argentum Quarterly and find it informative and thought-provoking. Happy reading!
Many residents and their loved ones have big questions about senior living: Will I be safe in this community? Will I be listened to? Will what’s important to me be understood? Communities and caregivers want to respond with a strong “yes” to every resident. But it takes some education and effort to ensure all residents have a high quality of life. Person-centered care approaches are one way to reach this goal. Hear from leaders at communities that have been successful in understanding different family dynamics and making families, LGBTQ seniors, couples, and all residents truly feel at home.
Price (Non Members): $95.00
Navigating the Post-Public Health Emergency: How Contract Therapy Providers Contribute to Your Success!
The end of the public health emergency has significant implications for SNFs and ALFs. In this webinar, they will learn how to leverage therapy to help them navigate the post-pandemic landscape and ensure their business's success.
Speaker: Leigh Ann Frick, President, Care Navigation Consulting
Presented by: Net Health
Price (Non Members): $0.00
Featuring Dana Mercaldi, Chief Marketing Officer, Mainstay Senior Living
Dana Mercaldi, Chief Marketing Officer at Mainstay Senior Living discusses the challenges faced in the rise to leadership and how it is important to know your worth. She also discusses the importance of supporting other women in the industry, knowing who to grow, and the challenges of recruitment and retention.
Danielle Morgan, President & Chief Operating Officer of Clearwater Senior Living led the February 2023 session, discussing the key qualities of a successful leader, balancing work and home life, and how to plan a career rather than simply work to keep a job.
Jayne Sallerson, COO of Charter Senior Living talks about the significance of a company’s culture, the importance of living and breathing your company’s mission & culture, and the impact employees make when they don’t fit your company’s culture.
Lisa Rogers, President/Chief Clinical Officer of Distinctive Living discusses the importance of building business relationships and taking bold leaps in your career. She also discusses the importance of personalized care to meet the needs of the residents and their families, recognizing and capturing the little successes in the moment, and more.
Doris-Ellie Sullivan, President at Retirement Unlimited, Inc. has served in the senior living industry for almost 30 years following a career as a nurse in the U.S. Armed Forces. In the November 2023 session, Ms. Sullivan discusses how an organization’s systems and discipline define their culture, the importance of your staff representing the community they serve, providing a dignified care setting, and much more.