Conferences, seminars offered on demand

December 2009
Hospice Management Advisor;Dec2009, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p142
The article provides information on the offered conferences and seminars of the Joint Commission Resources Inc. (JCR) through live video on demand and streaming over the Internet. It states that online conferences are beneficial to health care professionals since they can solve time and budget pressures. It notes some of its available programs for 2010 including Home Care Executive Briefings, Home Care Primer and Home Care Accreditation Essentials.


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