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LTC at Home – What Senior Care Operators Need to Know

DATE: Thursday, January 19, 2023
Noon – 1 p.m. CST

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The shift from skilled nursing centers to home was already a trend in post-acute and long-term care (LTC) prior to COVID-19, but the pandemic kicked that trend into high gear. Patients who had typically been discharged from acute to post-acute settings were instead discharged directly from the hospital to home.

The intent was to avoid the elevated risk associated with congregate living settings. But even as those risks were reduced, many of the new referral patterns remained in place. Given that these non-centralized services have shown significant cost savings over institutional models, payers, consumers, and the government are all pushing toward delivering post-acute and long-term care services in the home wherever possible.

As LTC at Home becomes more prevalent, how can brick-and-mortar care providers–both nursing facilities and assisted living communities–adapt? There are certainly challenges, but is there a silver lining as well? Attend this webinar to learn about LTC at Home—the possibilities, limitations, and opportunities.

Join this free webinar to:

  • Identify the market dynamics driving the growth of LTC at Home

  • Explain the basic requirements, limitations, and challenges associated with LTC at Home

  • Describe the role senior care providers can create for themselves in this evolving LTC continuum

Brian joined Forum in 1993, serving as Director of Operations before becoming the company’s President in 2002. Under his leadership, Forum has become one of the most highly respected LTC pharmacies in the country. Drawing on a unique background that combined long-term care, pharmacy, information technology, and business, he has transformed Forum into a vibrant leader in pharmacy services.

Brian’s experience includes hands-on work in LTC as a licensed Nursing Home Administrator. His career as a Registered Pharmacist spans more than 35 years in hospital, retail, and LTC pharmacy consulting and dispensing.

He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and Chemistry from Knox College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Illinois-Chicago, and holds a Master’s in Business Administration, with a concentration in Information Systems, from Roosevelt University.

Brian served on the Illinois Governor’s Advisory Committee on Electronic Healthcare Records (EHR) and is a member of the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists, the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists, the Illinois Pharmacist Association—LTC section, the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP), and the American Society for Automation in Pharmacy.

Currently, Brian is the President and Director of the Illinois Association of LTC Pharmacy Providers and is a Founding Board Member and Vice Chair of the Board of the Senior Care Pharmacy Coalition.

Nursing: This program has been approved for one clock hour of continuing education credit by The Illinois Board of Nursing, an approved sponsor of continuing education by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation.

Administrators: This program has been approved for one clock hour of continuing education credit by the National Continuing Education Review Services (NCERS) of the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) — Approval #20240118-1-A89925-DL.


PLEASE NOTE: Attendees must submit their documentation directly to their respective state boards, associations, or licensing agencies. Forum Extended Care Services provides CE certificates only to attendees.


 Brian Kramer, BS, BA, RPh, MBA
Brian Kramer, BS, BA, RPh, MBA President & Chief Information Officer, Forum Extended Care Services

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