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◂  April 2023

HCAM Webinar: Don't Miss Out On These Great Resources (AL)

Published by: Elly Cabral

Did you know that your HCAM membership includes national membership with AHCA/NCAL? Have you used ahcancalED or the other helpful resources that NCAL offers? The AHCA/NCAL website puts great resources right at your fingertips!

ahcancalED is a comprehensive online Learning Management System (LMS) for AHCA/NCAL members and their staff. AHCA/NCAL designed and created this resource to support members who do not have elaborate education departments or time to develop the newest in-service training. It’s a great value-added benefit.

Benefits to you:

  • Provides resources for owners and operators to improve overall workforce efforts and ensure staff stability.
  • Delivers the resources assisted living communities need to provide high-quality care.
  • Helps you find statistics on AL to better understand the impact.
  • Helps you improve care and organizational performance.
  • Provides information about policies that impact assisted living, including state regulations and reimbursement.
  • Provides tools and how-to guides with information needed to advocate both on Capitol Hill and in Lansing.

Join HCAM on April 19 from 3-4 pm for a virtual discussion with NCAL’s Katherine Preede. She will walk through all of the resources and tools you could be using to take it up a notch. Learn how to use NCAL resources to work smarter, not harder, to improve care and organizational performance.

This webinar is free to HCAM members!

* No CE will be provided for this program.

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Speaker: Katherine Preede

As Vice President of Operations for NCAL, Preede ensures the efficient operation of NCAL, coordinating workflow, strategic planning and internal processes. In addition, Preede is responsible for membership growth, retention, and satisfaction. ​

Prior to joining NCAL in December 2012, Preede was on the Corporate Marketing & Communications team at Sunrise Senior Living where she managed marketing and communication initiatives. Previously, she served for more than four years as a public affairs manager for AHCA. In this role, she represented the association and its members with local, state and national media outlets as well as assisted state affiliate public relations professionals on numerous projects and special events. 

Preede also has worked for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and in Congressional offices on Capitol Hill. Preede is a graduate of American University’s School of Public Affairs with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government. 

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