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Scroll through the MITC events calendar to register for upcoming webinars, Regional Agency Conferences, trainings, and other events.
Meet with an MITC representative at the 2017 GACSB 20th Annual Educational Exchange in Braselton, GA on October 22-24 and learn how Agency Workforce Management can help contain payroll costs, boost productivity, and ensure compliance with state and DOL regulations.
The PAR Solutions Conference offers the unique opportunity to connect with PAR’s valued member organizations. Together, PAR Provider Members provide over $1.7 Billion of community services to individuals who have intellectual disability or autism in Pennsylvania and their families. Our members support tens of thousands of people in nearly 9,000 locations throughout the state and employ over 35,000 Direct Support Professionals.
Meet with MITC representatives at the 2017 PAR Solutions Conference in Harrisburg, PA on October 23-25.
Meet with an MITC representative at the 2017 NW Conference on Professional Development in Disability Services in Eugene, OR on October 24-26 and learn how Agency Workforce Management can help contain payroll costs, boost productivity, and ensure compliance with state and DOL regulations.
Save the Date! The Nebraska Association of Service Providers, along with the ARC, the Nebraska Direct Support Professionals Network, the Association of Community Professionals and APSE invite you to participate in our annual conference.
This year’s event will feature as a keynote speaker Barbara Merrill, CEO of the American Network of Community Resources. She is a long time advocate, attorney, and former elected official who will share insight on national trends and ways that membership organizations, experts, advocates, direct support professionals, and others can contribute to making developmental disability services the best they can be.
Meet with MITC representatives at the 2017 Annual NASP Conference in Kearney, NE on October 26-27.
Many agencies today are disillusioned by failed implementations of time & attendance systems that don’t work in their unique program environments. A long history of working with human services providers ensures that MITC solutions are designed to meet the unique needs of an agency.
Join us on Thursday, October 26th at 2:00 pm EDT to learn how agencies like yours are avoiding the pitfalls of general-purpose vendors.
Meet with an MITC representative at the 38th Annual ACLAIMH Conference in Bolton Landing, NY on November 1-3 and learn how Agency Workforce Management can help contain payroll costs, boost productivity, and ensure compliance with state and DOL regulations.
Meet with MITC representatives at re:con – MARO 2017 Annual Conference in Grand Rapids, MI on November 1-3 and learn how Agency Workforce Management can help contain payroll costs, boost productivity, and ensure compliance with state and DOL regulations.
The current labor shortage is here to stay unfortunately. There are many independent but related reasons for the labor shortage. Even if one or two go away, which is unlikely, the others are sufficient enough to continue to cause problems for agencies. Providers will need to learn to live with a labor shortage for the foreseeable future as best they can.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, November 2nd at 2:00 pm EDT to learn what’s driving the labor shortage and how a two-pronged approach can minimize the disruption and extra costs that are its’ result for providers.
Visit MITC at the 2017 OPEN MINDS Technology & Informatics Institute in Philadelphia, PA on November 7-8, 2017.
The 2017 OPEN MINDS Technology & Informatics Institute is focused on the technology tools and strategies organizations need to maximize performance in a competitive, value-based market. This year, we’re exploring all the tech tools and competencies successful executives must master to build successful and sustainable organizations. For two days, 500+ executives and 30+ innovative technology organizations will gather in Philadelphia, PA to discuss the emerging technology tools executives need to improve outcomes, streamline decisionmaking, and add value to the management and delivery of care for consumers with complex needs.