Rethinking Readmissions:


Week 7 of Our Boosters & Beyond Series

Join us at 12 noon ET on Tuesday, December 6 for our webinar series: Boosters & Beyond: Rethinking Readmissions. 

This Week's Topic: Falls

In this session, we will:

  • Common causes of falls and potential implications;
  • Best practice strategies to track, monitor, and prevent fall risks; and
  • Steps to implement a Falls Tracking Tool.

The webinar will feature a brief presentation followed by Q & A, during which attendees may speak with our team of experts.

Each "Rethinking Readmissions" webinar is 30 minutes long and offers impactful information to support you and your team.

After Hours

Can't make it on Tuesday? Join us on Wednesday, December 7 at 3:30 pm ET for a live replay of Rethinking Readmissions.

Josh Clodius, LNHA, will be on hand to answer questions and offer support to you and your team.

IP3 Office Hours:

Infection Prevention for

Infection Preventionists by an Infection Preventionist with Melanie Ronda, RN, IP, former NH Director of Nursing.

Thursday, December 8 at 9 am ET

While you’re at your desk trying to catch up on a myriad of issues, jump on the IPRO QIN-QIO Office Hours call to hear what people are experiencing, share ideas, and brainstorm solutions. *This office hour is part of the New Day Nursing Home Education Summit*

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Thursday, December 8

9 am - 3 pm ET

New Day: Nursing Home Education Summit

Nursing homes do extraordinary work every day. At the same time, you may be seeking opportunities to learn and grow to be on the cutting-edge of best practices, especially now. Join the IPRO QIN-QIO for a dedicated day of learning just for you. We’re excited to share the latest updates on vital topics to advance quality and address your needs. New Day features informative presentations and keynotes. Stream New Day in your conference room to allow interdisciplinary teams to attend. 

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