Staff shortages are one of the biggest challenges facing long-term care providers. In fact, nursing facilities often turn away patients because of the staff shortages. In this webinar, you’ll hear directly from a top executive with the nation’s second-largest nonprofit post-acute organization about:
Christine Boldt is vice president of operations with the Benedictine Health System, the second-largest not-for-profit post-acute provider organization in the U.S. with 38 skilled nursing facilities as well as home care and hospice. In her position, Boldt oversees and directs the operations of 10 long-term care campuses in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Missouri to ensure compliance, high levels of resident, tenant, family and employee satisfaction, profitability and promoting the highest possible outcomes while assuring the mission and values of BHS are maintained. Boldt is the current co-chair of the AHCA Quality Award Board of Overseers and serves on the AHCA Quality Improvement Committee and the Not for Profit Committee. She received the 2014 Minnesota Women in Health Care Leadership Award by the Women’s Health Leadership TRUST. Boldt holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota. She is a Licensed Social Worker and Licensed Nursing Home Administrator.