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Join us for a webinar on Tuesday, April 25th at 2:00 pm EDT to learn more about how MITC, PrecisionCare, and Millin are helping agencies in New York succeed with Managed Care.
• Costs and risks of paper or ineffective systems
• Payroll and billing integration
• Automating service documentation
Most contractors think of MITC as a leading provider of workforce management solutions such as time and attendance, scheduling, inspections, work orders, etc. But MITC has also worked with contractors, some continuously for over 20 years, to provide financial and payroll systems they can rely on year after year.
Join us for a webinar and check out MITC’s affordable and effective financial and payroll solutions used by contractors throughout the U.S.
This day-long event explores how agency executives can meet tomorrow’s challenges by improving the agency workforce management process. Learn how agencies in Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania agencies to:
The cost of the conference is $94 per person. Includes a comprehensive workbook and lunch.
Contact Jared Grimm at 301-228-2105, ext. 844 or [email protected] to register. Act soon, as space is limited.
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 MITC on Thursday, April 27th to learn how tablets can be used to track client attendance in day and vocational programs.
The ANCOR Annual Conference brings together hundreds of attendees who represent private community providers of services and supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities around the country. Our attendees are executive-level staff, program managers, and Direct Support Professionals who all come together to discuss the impact of national policies and regulations on services; learn how the latest research findings can influence policymaking; and hear how their peers successfully leverage the latest technology or designed an innovative approach to solve a long-standing challenge.
Each year, ANCOR ensures conference attendees have opportunities to …
… Hear thought-provoking keynote addresses, such as those by former U.S. Representative and Mental Health Advocate, Patrick Kennedy; Andrew Solomon, author of “Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity”; and Dan Barry, New York Times journalist and author of “The Boys in the Bunkhouse”.
… Be inspired by the stories of the men and women we honor and celebrate every year with our DSP of the Year Awards celebration and ANCOR Foundation Legacy Leaders recognition.
… Learn about cutting edge products and services that could potentially save your organization tens of thousands of dollars by visiting with our exhibitors and sponsors.
… Connect with the thought-leaders, decision-makers, and frontline staff from hundreds of provider organizations.
In 2017, providers of services and supports for people with disabilities will be contending not only with the ongoing workforce crisis, but will also have to prepare for potential changes from a new President and Administration. So, we are Taking the Helm!
Join ANCOR in San Antonio, Texas from May 1-3, 2017!
The Financial Managers Association of New York is a 501(c)(6) corporation that promotes communication among financial professionals of not for profit rehabilitation agencies and encourages and develops working relationships with the state funding and regulatory agencies (SED, OMR, OMH, OASYS). The FMA is a resource for its members by providing networking opportunities and educational seminars specific to disability service provider agencies.
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, May 4th where we will discuss agency best practices for managing HCBS programs, including time & attendance, automated alerts, capturing billing & payroll, and more!