“Our service industry has evolved and expanded rapidly over the last few years. Staying closely involved with the changes we are experiencing in this industry...demonstrates the dedication our board of directors has for our facility." Sam Boeke, RSL CEO
Eagle Grove, IA (PRWEB) June 09, 2015
Several Board Members of Rotary Senior Living in Eagle Grove recently attended a day long training conducted by the Iowa Health Care Association in Des Moines. The Iowa Health Care Association (IHCA) and Iowa Center for Assisted Living (ICAL) represent more than 650 Iowa nursing homes, assisted living and residential care facilities, home health agencies, hospice, and independent senior living and retirement communities.
The training is designed to provide information on the roles and responsibilities of board members along with a better understanding of the workings of a facility/organization, ethics, compliance, funding, and financial requirements.
Those attending the day-long session held May 20th were Sam Boeke, Rotary Senior Living CEO; Paul Tokheim, Vice President of the Rotary Board; Mel Sampson, Treasurer of the Rotary Board; Del Kramersmeier, Secretary of the Rotary Board, and Chad Foust, Rotary Board Member.
Session topics and discussions covered subjects such as “Expansion of Services”, “Understanding Financial Systems and Capital in Long Term Care”, “Compliance Programs”, and “Protecting Yourself from Medicaid Integrity Issues”. A keynote session focused on board member responsibilities and how to improve results through the building of people, processes and procedures.
“Our service industry has evolved and expanded rapidly over the last few years. Staying closely involved with the changes we are experiencing in this industry, keeps Rotary Senior Living staff and residents they care for the high level of support and attention our board emphasizes. Attending the training demonstrates the dedication our board of directors has for our facility,” states Sam Boeke, Rotary Senior Living CEO.
Rotary Senior Living is located on 22 acres in the small community of Eagle Grove, IA. Rotary Senior Living is a thriving campus based on a continuum of care philosophy, which flows from a full independent living complex to a comprehensive skilled nursing facility. For more information visit the website at http://www.rotaryseniorliving.com and follow us on our Facebook Fan Page.