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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 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 latest version of MITC Contractor Workforce Management is designed to help managers be more effective, more productive. and consistently deliver great customer service. myMITC Self-Service for Managers and Employees allows you to use any PC, smartphone, or tablet anywhere to access and manage time and attendance, schedules, service documentation, PTO, training, work orders, inspections, post notes, employee, customer and job information, and more at any time.
Join us on Wednesday, November 1st at 2:00 pm EDT to see the newest features and get some tips/tricks one how to maximize the effectiveness of manager and employee self-service.
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.
MITC understands that effective billing practices are vital to an agency’s well-being. Relying on manual or after-the-fact processes to control authorizations and utilizations can lead to missed billing, over-billing and potential audit failure.
Join us for a webinar on Thursday, November 9th at 2:00 pm EDT to see how agencies like yours are billing effectively with Agency Workforce Management.
Meet with an MITC representative at the 2017 Fall ARRM Business and Finance Forum in Eagan, MN on November 15 and learn how Agency Workforce Management can help contain payroll costs, boost productivity, and ensure compliance with state and DOL regulations.
Join us on Wednesday, November 15th at 2:00 pm EST to see a demonstration of our most recent upgrades and new features designed for security contractors.
Meet with an MITC representative at the 2017 NJACP 34th Annual Statewide Conference in Atlantic City, NJ on November 16-17 and learn how Agency Workforce Management can help contain payroll costs, boost productivity, and ensure compliance with state and DOL regulations.
This day-long event explores how agency executives can meet tomorrow’s challenges by improving the agency workforce management process. Learn how agencies in Illinois are positioning themselves for success.
Everyday agencies are asked to do more with less. Executives face a plethora of new challenges: rising payroll costs, employee turnover, compliance with unfunded mandates such as new overtime regulations, restricted state funding, new HR requirements, fee-for-service, managed care, and more.
Join MITC and other prominent Illinois agencies to:
The cost of the conference is $94 per person. Includes a comprehensive workbook and lunch.
Contact Ryan Carney at 301-228-2105, ext. 848 or [email protected] to register. Act soon, as space is limited.
This gradual shift to day, group home, and HCBS programs 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, November 16th at 2:00 pm EST to learn why the shift from center-based to community-based services is leading providers to adopt agency-tailored solutions.