[Webinar, Jan 26] PBJ quarterly check-in: Critical answers to top questions

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Be sure you’re ready for the Feb. 14, 2022 PBJ deadline!

Payroll-Based Journal (PBJ) reporting for Q1 (Oct. 1–Dec. 31) is due to CMS by Feb. 14. Join us for our live PBJ quarterly check-in webinar as we discuss the latest PBJ updates and answer your top questions in an extended Q&A session.

Our quarterly check-in is a relaxed and informative webinar where we customize the content to attendees needs. It’s an open forum where PBJ professionals can ask our experts their most critical questions before the next reporting deadline.

What you'll learn

  • Latest PBJ updates and regulatory changes
  • Five-Star Staffing calculations
  • PBJ: Back to the basics and best practices
  • And much more

Who should attend

  • Administrators
  • HR personnel
  • DONs and RNs
  • Corporate regional staff
  • Staff members who handle payroll data

[Webinar, Jan 26] PBJ quarterly check-in: Critical answers to your top questions

Jan 26, 2022 | 11:30am CT (12:30pm ET)

Jenn Feige, Co-founder, SimplePBJ
Polly Kirkwood, Sales Executive, SimpleLTC

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About your experts

Jenn Moenck Feige is one of the founders of SimplePBJ, the most comprehensive software system for CMS PBJ data scrubbing, analytics, projections, and submission. Jenn now works closely with SimpleLTC customers, leveraging her extensive PBJ expertise to train thousands of customers on improving PBJ compliance.

Polly Kirkwood has over 30 years of healthcare business development experience, including 20 years specializing in healthcare technology. Polly has held many executive leadership positions for EHRs and has led a successful long-term care tech start-up effort from conception. Polly is a member of the National Association for the Support of Long-term Care and served in the past as its Standards and Regulatory workgroup chair. 

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