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CIBER Expert to Present at 59th Annual Long Term Healthcare Conference

Saturday, October 4, 2008 General News J E 4
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http://www.ciber.com/WHO: Peggy E. Williams WHAT: CIBER expert, Peggy E. Williams, SW, RAC-CT, MS, Project Manager and Master QIS Trainer, will discuss the regulatory and administrative impacts of implementing culture change strategies in the Long Term Healthcare provider industry. WHERE: 59th Annual AHCA/NCAL Conference and Expo. Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, Nashville, TN WHEN: October 5-8, 2008 Ms. Williams will be presenting on Tuesday, October 7 at 10:30am. Session title: Quality Track (Q4): Survey Agency Collaboration with the Long Term Care Culture Change Movement WHY: Over 85% of 291 survey respondents in March 2007 from nursing homes, surveyors, and stakeholders in six Midwest states agreed on the strategies of LTC culture change; however, there was disagreement regarding perceived regulatory barriers to culture change. This presentation will help participants engage in constructive dialogue and will: -- Describe the commonly perceived regulatory barriers to the LTC culture change movement. -- Discover what actions have been taken in South Dakota to develop collaboration across stakeholders in the culture change movement. -- Identify two actions the participant can take to promote collaboration across stakeholders related to culture change strategies. Contacts: Jason Knadler Jennifer Matuschek Media Relations Investor Relations 303-220-0100 303-220-0100 jknadler@ciber.com jmatuschek@ciber.com (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20010927/CBRLOGO)

SOURCE CIBER, Inc.
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