Bringing Back In-Person Education

The moment you have all been waiting for!

After two years of virtual summits, the CALTCM SUMMIT FOR EXCELLENCE is back IN-PERSON!

The CALTCM Education Committee reviewed and incorporated your requests for learning topics and has put together an incredible line up of clinical talks, hot topics, and In the Trenches sessions. We are excited to announce this year’s theme of: “Achieving Excellence Through Person-Centered Care, Culture Change, and Trending Clinical Practices.”

We encourage all CALTCM members and non-CALTCM healthcare providers and leaders in long-term care to attend the Summit.  

Why attend the Summit, you may ask?

1. Enhance your knowledge base: We pride ourselves in designing and delivering a curriculum that offers opportunities to learn the latest leading practices, clinical and care standards to help you deliver the highest quality care to your long term care (LTC) residents and to support your interdisciplinary team members.  As healthcare professionals, we know it is our responsibility to stay current with the latest thinking and to continuously sharpen our professional skill sets. Live conference attendance gives you the chance to engage in an interactive learning environment that you cannot get from reading an article.

2. Professional networking: Attending the Summit will give you the opportunity to meet fellow healthcare professionals and industry leaders from various care delivery settings, areas of focus and backgrounds.  These interactions will offer you the chance to grow on professional and personal levels as you learn from each other’s expertise and experiences.  Your colleagues are a valuable resource for new innovative ideas, best-practices, and insights on how to deliver enhanced levels of care for your patients/residents and how to best support the whole care team, family members, and other individuals engaged in LTC communities.

3. Re-energize and engage in self-care: After years of quarantining, engaging with colleagues in-person and focusing on professional growth and development in a fun and interactive environment is a great way to re-invigorate yourselves and engage in self-care.  The Summit will include various interactive learning components and opportunities to socialize and reconnect with other professionals dedicated to improving quality in post-acute and long-term care. You may even find these experiences an opportunity to reset and recharge from a professional growth standpoint.

4. The Summit focuses on the topics YOU asked for!  Topics include cultural competence and humility; person-centered assessments and care planning; and updates on treatment recommendations and care guidelines.  “Elective” sessions range from delivering medicolegal and policy updates; improving and/or treating medical/mental health diagnoses (e.g., osteoporosis, heart disease, diabetes, mental health); leading and facilitating culture change through consensus leadership and cultural humility; and a host of hot topics identified by our comprehensive learning needs assessment.

Ultimately, if you want to deepen your professional knowledge and stay up-to-date on the latest healthcare best-practices; learn in a live, dynamic, and interactive environment; meet industry experts face to face; stay connected with colleagues and network with new ones; and engage in team-building, join us at this year’s CALTCM Summit for Excellence. 

Please be sure to share the Summit information with your colleagues in LTC clinical and operational leadership and front-line patient-facing roles.  The Summit is designed for all members of the post-acute and long-term care interdisciplinary team as well as your fellow administrator colleagues. We look forward to enriching your knowledge and enabling you to share back what you learned – in the spirit of improving quality care in long-term care settings. 

To register for this year’s CATCM Summit for Excellence, October 6-7, 2022 - Pacific Palms Resort, City of Industry, CA, please click the link below.

CALTCM Summit for Excellence Registration Page

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