Reflections Webinar Series
Join us for our monthly training sessions focusing on regulatory changes, MDS updates, evidenced-based practice, research and best methods for interdisciplinary team engagement. Our Reflections webinar series is always in synch with “real-world” insights. Our goal is to provide community IDT teams including Administrators, MDS Coordinators, Nurses, and Social Services directors, and therapists with interactive insights on how to effectively assimilate changes in policy and reimbursement with the highest level of patient care.
Invite Only Webinars
As part of our training package, you’ll also be able to attend our “Invitation Only” Webinar events.
Invite Only Webinars
We'll be adding more invite only webinars soon.
Data Speaks is an educational partnership brought to you by Broad River Rehab, the American Association of Post-Acute Care Nursing (AAPACN) and the American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA). This series is designed to help you make sense of the huge amount of data available to you with a focus on building a data-driven organization. These courses often offer NAB credit! Please contact us for more information.
Our webinars answer the question, “What does your data say about you?” Data, in raw form are just numbers and codes on a page. In its purest form, without effective analytics data does not seem to provide much in meaningful input. Data, however, when examined strategically, has a voice, it comes to life, it can in fact speak volumes about you. Data speaks about the care you deliver, it provides insight into your treatment patterns, and data is used deliberately by CMS to compare communities to others in their locality and across the nation.
Data Speaks webinar series allow attendees access to CMS data through a strategic partnership presenters have with the CMS Research Data Assistance Center or ResDAC.
Data Speaks Webinars
Dr. Kendall Brune, PhD, CHP, MBA, LNHA, FACHCA has thirty plus years of experience in senior healthcare executive capacities in the development, construction and operation of ambulatory, pharmacy, senior housing, and care facilities. He currently owns, operates and manages facilities in MO, IL, TN and FL. Dr. Brune is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Family Medicine at Meharry Medical College. He also serves as the District 6 Governor for American College of Healthcare Administrators
Jessie McGill, RN, RAC-MTA, RAC-CTA, is a curriculum development specialist for AAPACN. Previously, Jessie worked as the director of clinical reimbursement for a large long-term care organization overseeing 17 clinical reimbursement consultants across 21 states including nearly 300 living centers. She has more than 19 years of long-term care experience including restorative nurse, MDS coordinator, regional clinical reimbursement specialist, clinical reimbursement trainer, and director of clinical reimbursement. Jessie is passionate about developing the skills of nurse assessment coordinators, restorative nursing, and improving residents’ quality of life and care.
Wes Sperr has over thirty-four years of experience in senior housing and long term care management and over $48M of building construction and project financing experience. His extensive experience in the management of all business activities concerning senior housing and long term care has been with a track record of professionalism, integrity and numerous accolades. His peers have noticed his achievements in both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations including, but not limited to, the American Retirement Corporation of Nashville, TN, BJC Health System, and Washington University School of Medicine, and many others. He began his senior service career with Life Care Services of Des Moines, IA in 1981. During the next nine years he rose from an assistant administrator to a regional administrator. His experience in several states included assignments in rescue marketing efforts, refurbishing aging physical plants, new cottage and assisted living construction, successful lobbying for a state-wide property tax relief bill, negotiating a novel tax increment financing strategy and serving on national quality assurance corporate teams.
Renee Kinder, MS, CCC-SLP, RAC-CT is Executive Vice President of Clinical Services for Broad River Rehab. Additionally, she authors McKnight’s Long Term Care News Rehab Realities Blog, serves as Gerontology Professional Development Manager for the American Speech Language Hearing Association’s (ASHA) gerontology special interest group, is the ASHA STAMP for Kentucky, a member of the University of Kentucky College of Medicine community faculty, and is an alternate advisor to the American Medical Association’s Relative Value Update Committee (RUC) Health Care Professionals Advisory Committee (HCPAC)
Joel VanEaton, BSN, RN, RAC-CT, RAC-CTA, MT is Executive Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs for Broad River Rehab serving facilities in TN, KY, NC, SC, OH, MD and RI. Joel began his career in LTC as an MDS coordinator and worked for many years as the Director of Clinical Reimbursement and RAI for a group of nursing facilities in Tennessee and Kentucky. Joel has contributed to McKnight’s LTC News and the AANAC LTC Leader. He currently serves as a board member on the AAPACN Education Foundation.