Events & Webinars

On Demand Webinars

  • Join HCP's CSO, Chris Magleby, Chief Clinical Officer, Linda Leekley, and Director of Marketing, Amanda Sternklar as they share how you can save more than $58,000 per year in recruitment and retention by simply retaining employees past the first 100 days.

  • Join Chris Magleby and Sarah Dirks as they break down Pinnacle Quality Insight’s CMS-approved CoreQ surveys and what you need to know to prepare. 

  • In an increasingly competitive job market, with nearly 100% of post-acute care businesses feeling the impact of workforce shortages, it’s crucial to understand how you can make the most of your hiring process and get more applicants to the finish line.

  • Join Wendie Colvin, HCP’s Senior Nurse Educator, and Hospice Pioneer Barbara Karnes, as they navigate the complexities of the dying process, discuss the importance of training, and share how to effectively provide end-of-life care.

  • Are you putting all of your eggs in one basket? When post-acute care businesses integrate a diversified payer mix, there's substantial room for growth in how your business meets industry demands and delivers superior care.

  • As agencies throughout the country strive to provide outstanding care, we're proud to recognize hundreds of them with the industry's most prestigious awards.   

  • Changing policies, technology, and employee conditions in the home-based care industry are requiring us to think differently - and those that do are redefining the continuum of care.

  • Join Rachel Gartner, CEO of CareWork, as she breaks down the key data and metrics home care agencies should be tracking to improve recruitment, and how they can help to solve caregiver shortages.

  • Join HCP President Todd Austin and Chief Clinical Officer Linda Leekley as they discuss the results of the 2022 State of Training report.

  • Being a health care leader frequently means navigating treacherous terrain: regulatory updates.  The impacts of some updates are an easy stroll, like a small change in a quality metric, while others are a significant undertaking that impacts the whole organization, like a change in payment structure. 

  • We surveyed 80,000 employees last year, asking them to rate their agency in 7 categories. Training received was the second lowest score.  Considering the current state of the workforce, the takeaway is clear: Home-based care becomes a high-turnover industry when employees don't see their place in it long-term.  

  • As an industry, we’re losing home-based care workers faster than we can hire them. 57% of employees leave their agency within the first 3 months of employment, and those who do stay are likely to be unengaged, burnt out, or actively seeking new opportunities (sometimes outside of the care continuum).