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Is your agency always busy? Even with the best of intentions it is all too easy for a manager to miss something, an employee to forget their schedule changed, HR to be late reviewing a PTO request or miss an employee’s birthday, a consumer to forget a visit, or IT to forget to back-up the server.
Join us for this webinar on Thursday, June 15th at 2:00 pm EDT to learn how MITC eNotify automated alerts can help everyone in your agency stay on top of their job.
The latest version of MITC Contractor Workforce Management is designed to help managers be more effective, more productive. and consistently deliver great customer service.
Join Russ Hylton, Contractor Team Leader at MITC, as he presents a live demonstration of our Manager Dashboard. Learn how to deliver your managers all the real-time information they need on time and attendance, no shows, schedules, PTO and FMLA requests, absenteeism, work orders, inspections, post notes, equipment records, training, and more in a single, integrated application on their smartphone.
Every agency needs to know how to survive an audit. Many agencies are unaware of what practices create audit risk and which ones are the most audit secure. Following basic commonsense principles are key to surviving fee-for-service, managed care and EVV.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 22nd at 2:00 pm EDT to learn the best Medicaid compliant practices for agencies serving the disabled.
Managing Day, Supported Employment, Source America, and Vocational programs are getting more difficult and more complex. Tracking client attendance and streamlining billing has never been more important for agencies. Underserving a client can lead to loss of revenue, while over-serving can result in non-reimbursable payroll costs.
Join us for a webinar to learn how other agencies are managing these problems and find out more about how the latest technology for agency workforce management can help.
Join Russ Hylton, Contractor Team Leader at MITC to check out all the ways a Contractor Workforce Management solution provides competitive advantages and builds your unique selling proposition.
Home & Community Based Service programs are being faced with new challenges prompted be new overtime regulations, managed care, and other unfunded mandates. Trying to combat these issues using paper-based or ineffective systems can be expensive and risky.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, July 6th where we will discuss agency best practices for managing HCBS programs, including time & attendance, automated alerts, capturing billing & payroll, and more!
Many agencies are struggling with a labor shortage. With employees looking for higher wages as the economy improves, employers might think dissatisfaction with pay is the main factor behind turnover. However, pay is not the only reason workers leave.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, July 13th where we will discuss hiring and retention tips for agencies.
In response to customer request, MITC has completely redesigned the Daily Report for managers. The all-new Daily Report introduces important new functionality designed to improve visibility into employee daily activity and increase manager productivity.
Join us for a live demonstration on Wednesday, July 19th at 2:00 pm EDT and learn more about this important upgrade.
Several states have introduced electronic visit verification with some mandating it. The 21st Century Cures Act enacted by Congress and signed into law by President Obama contains provisions for expanding the use of Electronic Visit Verification to all states.
Electronic visit verification is widely used by agencies and government entities. Agencies use it for compliance and quality assurance, to verify employee’s locations, complete documentation, verify hours of work for payroll and billing, and streamline payroll and billing.
Join us on Thursday, July 27th to learn all about EVV and the 21st Century Cures Act.