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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.
Effective scheduling is more and more important to minimize overtime costs, maximize billing, increase employee retention, and boost internal productivity.
Join us for a live demonstration to check out the new employee and task scheduling solutions for contractors.
An improving economy is causing higher turnover and additional overtime as existing staff cover more open shifts. Agencies with group home and HCBS programs have been particularly affected. More effective scheduling can help.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, August 3rd to learn how effective scheduling improves retention and reduces overtime.
Did you know that “honor” “after-the-fact” systems – timesheets, timecards, and other paper forms or ineffective general purpose systems that only do part of the job pose a risk for agencies. This can result in collection difficulties, inaccuracies, manual calculations, spreadsheets, lack of smooth integration, and excessive data entry.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, August 10th to learn how agencies eliminate the costs and risks of paper or ineffective systems with biometric fingerprint readers in group homes, ICFs, and day programs.
More and more contractors are replacing Telephone Timekeeping systems with Web Clock or Biometrics. Join Russ Hylton, Contractor Team Leader at MITC, in a discussion on when and where to still use Telephone Timekeeping and when and why Web Clock with GPS with GEO Fencing might better. Both solutions work, but work better in different situations.
March 17, 2019 is the deadline, per the CMS rule, for states operating a section 1915(c) waiver or a section 1915(i) plan to meet new HCBS requirements. The new requirements include: integrating settings into the community, providing consumers with setting options, ensuring consumers “privacy, dignity and respect, and freedom from coercion and restraint”, providing consumers with autonomy, and providing consumers with service choices and a choice of who provides services.
This gradual shift to HCBS along with greater use of fee-for-service, managed care, and new EVV rules are pushing many provider organizations to consider how to incorporate new technologies and information systems.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, August 24th at 2:00 pm EDT to learn how changes in HCBS rules are driving agencies to adopt new technologies.