Healing and Recovery – Role of leaders in crafting a new facility culture
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January 19, 2021
Ohio Health Care Association
The COVID-19 Pandemic has significantly limited a facility’s ability to achieve the long-standing industry ideal of creating a homelike environment of care. In the coming months, the facility culture and the quality of life for all concerned will be shaped by the status of the virus. The manner in which the leaders design and communicate the development of new world order will be vital to a successful transition to the next generation of long-term care.
This program is part of the series "Prepping for Life After the COVID-19 Pandemic". Registration is available for this individual session or the series.
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