Our educational goal is to give you some very sound insights into forces affecting skilled nursing, helping you prioritize your strategy and action plans for the year ahead.

Our 2018 program will be ready in the winter. You can view our 2017 program here.

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Earn ACHE Credits at LTC 100

All healthcare-management education produced by LTC 100 is eligible for Qualified Education credits by the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). This includes face-to-face programming at the annual LTC 100 conference as well as “distance” programming (webinars, think tank calls and more). ACHE credits are not issued directly by LTC 100. Rather, participants are asked to submit educational programming hours directly to ACHE for either advancement toward or recertification of the status of ACHE Fellow (FACHE).

How To Submit for Credits: Please list LTC 100 on your My ACHE page under ACHE Qualified Education credit. The conference will then be evaluated and counted on your account.

For more information about ACHE credentialing, click here.




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“The topics covered provide the general framework and background for debate and deliberation among your team, thus allowing you and your team to create the operational tactics and strategies aimed at resolving your specific issues.”
Keith Helmer
COO, Medical Facilities of America

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