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Tampa, FL and Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions, the leading provider of online education, compliance training and record-keeping for the senior care industry, announced it was chosen by Jarlette Health Services, one of Ontarios premier providers of retirement and long-term care communities, to deliver online training and record-keeping to Jarlette Health Services more than 1,550 staff members across 12 long-term care communities and 5 retirement communities. Staff of Jarlette Health Services will have access to more than 500 courses to train both frontline and administrative staff running on the Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions industry-leading Learning and Performance Engine (LMS).
Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions brings a web-based platform with access to an extensive library of educational topics, allowing our staff to grow personally and professionally, while the tracking system provides a central repository to record and manage outstanding and completed course information, noted Julia King, Jarlette Health Services Director Long Term Care Operations.
Jarlette Health Services chose Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions as its sole online training partner in an effort to ensure the training and education they were providing was relevant, current, focused on emerging trends and industry issues, and based on best practices. They also recognized a need to empower each home to personalize and customize the training it provided while standardizing the delivery and trackingall of which was achievable with the Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions system.
With online training and record-keeping from Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions, staff of Jarlette Health Services will have the opportunity to complete education and training using a highly user-friendly online platform. Additionally, each long-term care community and retirement community can customize training for its homes and lodges, incorporating additional materials, policies and specific procedures.
We are excited about bringing Jarlette on to our ever growing roster of Canadian senior care providers. Our robust training library is specifically customized to the unique care demands in Canada and we continue to leverage the markets leading subject matter experts on care, regulatory and service issues to ensure that we are driving consistent and relevant content, noted Tamar Abell, President of Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions.
At Jarlette Health Services, we believe that our staff are our greatest asset and believe that our partnership with Care2Learn/Upstairs Solutions strengthens the education and development programs offered in each of our homes and lodges, creating efficiencies for our staff and managers while providing them with the most current and up-to-date education available, King mentioned. We look forward to our partnership and are confident that this initiative will continue to make an outstanding difference in the lives of our staff, while promoting the best quality care of our residents.
Care2Learn delivers superior online education and training for the senior care industry and holds more than 70 state and national accreditations. Through its award-winning healthcare Learning and Performance Engine, Care2Learn offers individual courses as well as large-scale provider training solutions for healthcare organizations featuring customizable and easily accessible online universities with a full range of tracking and reporting features. With an online library exceeding 500 courses authored by more than 150 subject matter experts, Care2Learn serves more than 4,000 healthcare organizations and more than 500,000 professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada. Founded in 2000, Care2Learn is headquartered in Tampa, Florida and is the recipient of numerous community honors and industry rewards. In 2012 Care2Learn merged with healthcare eLearning and record-keeping provider Upstairs Solutions to provide even more products and services for its online users. For further information, visit http://www.Care2Learn.com or http://www.Care2LearnEnterprise.com.
Minnesota Finalizes Million Contract For Online Health Exchange
The state announced the two-year contract with Maximus, a Virginia-based company, to design and maintain a state-run insurance exchange.
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Ky. governor creates health insurance exchange
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has issued an executive order creating a statewide health insurance exchange, following up on his promise to do so once the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the federal health care overhaul.
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Experts offer strategies on launching exchanges
As states play a game of “beat the clock” to establish their health insurance exchanges by 2014, a panel of experts in Washington discussed some effective strategies to form those marketplaces. Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown served as the first of …
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Originally published: London: P.S. King & Son, 1926. xiv, 330 pp. Reprint of the sole edition. A title in the series Studies in Economics and Political Science. This richly detailed history examines the “origin and development of the contract of Bottomry and Respondentia down to the 11th century A.D., (ii) the traces of methods of insurance other than life known to the Ancients, (iii) The Question whether life assurance was known and practised by the Romans or their predecessors, (iv) The history of the development of medieval insurance in the Low Countries from the family group system and of modern insurance therefrom” (1).” Originally submitted as a thesis to the University of London by the late Dr. C.F. Trenerry, whose intention it was to recast it for publication. Edited by Ethel L. Gover and Agnes S. Paul. cf. Foreword. “Bibliography of some of the authorities consulted”: p. 313-330.
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A $ 100 million contract for the University of Connecticut Health Center to provide care for prisoners faces new scrutiny, with some legislators suggesting the cash-strapped government could reduce the cost by opening it to bids from private entities.
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Advocate Health Care System Signs 2nd Contract with PerfectServe
Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, part of the Advocate Health Care System, recently signed an agreement to utilize PerfectServe’s clinical communications system. This is PerfectServe’s second contract with the 11-hospital Advocate Health Care System, the largest integrated health system in the state of Illinois and one of the nation’s top ten health systems. (PRWeb January 05, 2011) Read the …
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Commentary: The Health-Care Act on Trial
The health-care insurance mandate isn’t a ploy to expand Congress’ power. It’s a way to address unique problems
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Sebelius: Health care law offers freedom
Repealing the new federal health care law will put power back in the hands of insurance companies and take away new freedoms that elderly and other Americans are only now discovering as they receive new benefits, President Obama’s top health official said Tuesday.
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Shares of Siga Technologies Inc. declined Monday after the company said a federal agency determined it is not eligible for small business assistance, meaning it may not receive a smallpox treatment contract worth up to $ 2.8 billion.
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State Healthcare Advocate Kevin Lembo wrote Thursday to the head of Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Connecticut and Hartford Hospital, weighing in on contract negotiations that have failed thus far as the Oct. 31 expiration of the …
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The United States is spending up to $2.8 billion to shore up its defenses against biological warfare, according to a drugmaker who expects to get a government contract to supply smallpox antiviral drugs.
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