Conference Tracks

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Questions? Please contact Sarah Wood by email or by phone at (850) 224-3907. 


Continuing Education Sessions

FHCA's Annual Conference features educational tracks covering the hottest topics in long term care.  Stay tuned for a complete listing of all of the sessions being offered at this year's Conference. 

Assisted Living

Assisted Living Day will be Monday, July 13, and will include four dedicated Assisted Living Sessions, Kick-Off Membership Meeting and entrance into the Trade Show Cocktail Party. Throughout the week there are other CE Sessions designed for both skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, however, this day is designed for assisted living facility members that can only attend one day of Annual Conference.

Clinical/Care Practices

This track emphasizes clinical skills, practice standards and successful care models with a focus on systemic influences on essential medical, nursing, and rehabilitative outcomes.
Audience: Directors of Nursing, Administrators and all Clinical Long Term Care Professionals and Policy Makers.


This track focuses on issues impacting the financial aspects within long term care communities. Topics range from billing, audits, reimbursement and requisite documentation.
Audience: Administrators, CFOs, billing specialists, business office managers, etc.


This track highlights topics related to personnel management, how to lead teams, interacting with people and personalities, shaping workplace culture, and hiring the right people.
Audience: Administrators, Owners, Communication Directors, Department Managers, Directors, Human Resource Personnel, Corporate Staff and anyone interested in becoming a better leader.


This track includes issues related to managing the risks of long term care, including the Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) connection, strategies and communication, survey trends, labor law, and the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule.
Audience: Compliance Officers, Directors of Nursing, Administrators, Owners, Corporate Staff, etc.

Operations/Quality Improvement

This track highlights an array of current federal and state policy changes pertaining to culture change, customer satisfaction, Quality Assurance Performance Improvement implementation, and quality measures.
Audience: Administrators, Owners, Department Directors, Corporate Staff, etc.