Webinar: Long-Term Care Workforce Data Review and Outlook with Carma Matti-Jackson, Dec. 7th

Webinar: Long-Term Care Workforce Data Review and Outlook with Carma Matti-Jackson, Dec. 7th

Long-Term Care Workforce Data Review and Outlook

In this webinar, we will explore workforce data sources and information that may provide some insight to your organizational strategic planning, even though life is very unpredictable right now. We will review data that can help you forecast the demand for services over the next five years, anticipate changes to the employment pool for direct care staff, and plan for wage growth. This data-driven presentation is relevant to all long-term care providers and is intended to stimulate out-of-the-box thinking as you plan for the next five to ten years of service in long-term care. The goal of this session is to provide you practical information and data sets that you can have at your fingertips for planning sessions with your board, executive team, staff, and stakeholders

2 CEs / SHRM Credits

1:00 – 3:00 p.m. – 90 minute presentation / 30 minute panel reaction with Q & A’s

$99. per community

REGISTER HERE

Contact: Pat Sylvia, psylvia@leadingage.wa.org


Guest Speaker:  Carma Matti-Jackson, MBA

CEO, C.Matti Consulting, LLC

Email: Cmattijackson@cmatticonsulting.com

Website: Cmatticonsulting.com

 

Carma Matti-Jackson, MBA, is the CEO of C.Matti Consulting, LLC.  She has over 20 years cumulative experience in research and data analysis, which includes 7 years as a non-partisan senior analyst for the Washington State Legislature, and 3 years with the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services where she served as an assistant chief in rates and finance. She has worked in the areas of social services and long-term care policy since 2004, participating in Caseload Forecast Council staff workgroups, actuary rate setting for Medicaid rates, and the development of staffing models for state hospitals. Most recently, Carma has been focusing on workforce shortages for long-term care. Her work in this area includes recently serving on the data subgroup to Washington State’s Long-Term Care Workforce Steering Committee, and preparing and presenting workforce data for legislators, legislative committees, advocacy organizations, and long-term care providers.   Carma’s foundational knowledge is in business administration with a focus on the relationship between strategic leadership and innovation. 

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