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Kim Bennett Murray, LSW

Kim Bennett Murray Instructor Bio:

Kim Bennett Murray is the director of social work at Harbor House, a Bane Care skilled nursing and rehab facility in Hingham, Massachusetts. Prior to that, she served as the director of clinical and client services at the Visiting Angels of the South Shore, a private duty home care agency, for 17 years. Receiving her degree from Gordon College in 1990, she has been a licensed social worker in Massachusetts since 1992. Kim has been providing geriatric services in Boston and the metro South Shore area for the past 30 years. Her extensive experience includes elder protective services and case management in area Aging Services Access Points (ASAPs). She has served as a rehab social worker at skilled nursing facilities and hospital-based rehabilitation services. She also maintains a private geriatric care management practice. She is expert at complex discharge planning, home-based care, and geriatric care management. She is a presenter at national and regional conferences and has been a MedBridge instructor since 2018.

Kim Bennett Murray's Continuing Education Courses

Interdisciplinary Professional Teamwork for Better Outcomes

Interdisciplinary Professional Teamwork for Better Outcomes

Effectively partnering with non-medical, private duty home care, and other community organizations and resources can help insurance-based health care organizations reduce hospital readmissions. Opportunities for coordinated care and…

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Thinking Outside of the Box for Recruitment and Retention

Thinking Outside of the Box for Recruitment and Retention

One major challenge that home care and hospice administrators face is hiring the right staff to meet the needs of clients and patients while planning for future growth. Once good hiring decisions are made, how do you keep good team members?…

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Customer-Centered Home Care: Everyone has a Role

Customer-Centered Home Care: Everyone has a Role

Home care organizations need to determine what their mission is and know how to ensure that employees at all levels understand the mission and carry it out. Regardless of role or title, every employee has a responsibility to create an…

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Assessment of Mood and Behavioral Disorders in Home Care

Assessment of Mood and Behavioral Disorders in Home Care

Video Runtime: 34 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

This course provides home care clinicians information about the differences in mood disorders and how to identify patients who are at risk. Participants will… Read More

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Assessment and Symptoms of Home Care Patients With Depression

Assessment and Symptoms of Home Care Patients With Depression

Video Runtime: 19 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

This course will help the home care clinician identify signs of depression in a patient's environment and in their physical and emotional responses to life… Read More

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Substance Use Disorder in Home Care and Hospice

Substance Use Disorder in Home Care and Hospice

Video Runtime: 30 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 21 Minutes

Clinicians who provide services in the home setting frequently encounter clients and patients who present with substance use and alcohol use disorders that… Read More

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Suicide: Assessment of Risk and Prevention

Suicide: Assessment of Risk and Prevention

Video Runtime: 30 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 16 Minutes

This introductory course presents issues in the assessment and prevention of self-harm in the home care and hospice setting. Determining the seriousness of… Read More

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